Pathology News Archive: August 2018

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Dr. Pitchiaya earns PCF Valor Young Investigator Award

Sethuramasundaram Pitchiaya, PhD, a research investigator in the lab of Arul Chinnaiyan, MD, PhD, has received the 2018 Keith Frankel, Michael DeAddio, and Thomas H. Lee – PCF Valor Young Investigator Award for his proposal entitled Unraveling Molecular Heterogeneities [...]

August 31 2018
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She Designed a Life She Loves

The story of how Kathleen R. Cho, MD, created a career in which she excels at diagnostics, research, and administration.

August 27 2018

DOP Update: The Door is Open to Possibilities at NCRC

Caring for one another in times of change and stress to bridge the gap from hard, to messy to gorgeous.

August 21 2018

New Faculty Spotlight - Winston Lee, MD, PhD

You have seen his face around Pathology for the past six weeks, but you may not even know his name.  Winston Lee, MD, PhD, joined the Department of Pathology as a Clinical Assistant Professor on June 1, 2018.  Board certified in Anatomic Pathology and Hematopathology, [...]

August 17 2018
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Michigan Medicine Hospitals Ranked No. 5 in the Nation By U.S. News and World Report

Commitments to patient care and innovative technologies earn us top ratings.

August 14 2018

Andi Cani, BS, MS, and Yashar Niknafs, PhD, recipients of the 2018 U-M Precision Health Scholars Award

 
 

Molecular and Cellular Pathology PhD graduate student, Andi Cani, MS and Postdoctoral Fellow Yashar Niknafs, PhD, were among the twelve recipients of the inaugural U-M Precision Health Scholars Award.  This award provides grants supporting precision-health research to applicants whose work reflects the far-reaching potential of precision health at [...]

August 7 2018

An Advocate for Change: Thomas Peterson retires after 38 years of service with the Department of Pathology

 

Thomas Peterson started his career in U-M pathology as the midnight operations supervisor of the Laboratory Data Center. He was primarily responsible for overseeing billing, which was done overnight at the time. After four years, Peterson, who had a degree in chemistry and experience teaching [...]

August 3 2018
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Striving For Zero

Pathology Informatics put together a team to create a new specimen tracking application, in house.

August 2 2018

Lynn Forbes Retires from Apheresis after nearly 31 Years

 

In 1987, Lynn Forbes was taking the first year of medical laboratory technology classes at Eastern Michigan University when she received a letter. The University of Michigan was looking for students interested in filling open positions in Central Distribution, now known as Specimen Processing. Intrigued, Forbes applied. Soon after, she accepted [...]

August 2 2018