Pathology News Archive: June 2020

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Research Surrounding miR-181a Published

Research from Dr. Analisa Difeo was just published in Nature Communications. The study focuses on miR-181a and how it initiates and perpetuates oncogenic transformation through the regulation of innate immune signaling [...]

June 25 2020

Department Hosts Equality Walk to Celebrate Juneteenth

On Friday, June 19, the Department of Pathology hosted an Equality Walk at NCRC `in observance of the Juneteenth holiday. Here, members from all areas of the department gathered to show their support against racial discrimination and for the Black Lives Matter movement.

June 22 2020
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Congratulations to Our Class of 2019-2020: Residents

Graduating Class of Residents.

June 19 2020
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Congratulations to Our Class of 2019-2020: Fellows and Clinical Lecturers

Graduating Class of Fellows and Clinical Lecturers.

June 19 2020

Forensic Research Regarding COVID-19 Published

The publication takes an in-depth examination of diffuse alveolar damage (DAD) caused by COVID-19 and how it is morphologically indistinguishable from other causes of DAD.

June 18 2020

Frontline Workers in the Backrooms of COVID-19: Caring for the Living and the Dead

Dr. Jeffrey Myers discusses the importance of frontline workers and their caring of patients - alive or deceased - during the COVID-19 pandemic.

June 18 2020

Research Regarding Microcystic Adnexal Carcinomas Published

The research was just published in Modern Pathology and highlights the importance of next-generation sequencing within oncogenic roles for P53 and JAK/STAT signaling in microcystic adnexal carcinomas.

June 11 2020
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Thomas Annesley, PhD, receives award from the IFCC

Congratulations to Thomas Annesley, PhD, on winning the 2020 IFCC Award for Distinguished Contributions in Education.

June 11 2020
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Q&A with Peter Ouillette, Digital Pathology Operations Manager

Peter Ouillette, MT (ASCP) shares his experience working as the Department's Digital Pathology Operations Manager.

June 8 2020

U-M Researchers Home in on Key Player in Pancreatic Cancer Development

The protein Argonaute 2 was found to be critical to the progression from benign lesions into pancreatic cancer, suggesting a therapeutic opportunity.

June 4 2020