Dr. Steven Hrycaj discusses his role as the Technical Director of Immunohistochemistry Laboratory
Batoul Aoun, DO shares her journey from war refugee to Chief Resident
Walk through a 30-year career with Dr. Gabriel Nunez--highlighting his key discoveries, perspectives on work/life balance, and those he mentored.
Nebraska native, David Golden, shucks Scarlet and Cream for Maize and Blue as he moves up the ranks in Pathology.
The Department of Pathology's Specimen Processing Team
A glimpse into Karen Barron's role as the Allied Health Education Program manager and helping to create opportunities for young laboratory professionals.
The Research Scientist Track
...and what do they do?
Dr. Matt Cusick describes the role of the HLA Laboratory in Organ and Bone Marrow Transplantation.
Dr. Richard Miller candidly describes his career progression in aging research.
Both a match in pathology and in their personal lives, our new faculty duo is welcomed in our department.
Meet the members of the Research Administration team within the Department.
Dr. Karen Choi discusses her career path as a GI Pathologist
Reflections on the Future of Pathology
Hear from Dr. Emile Pinarbasi, an Anatomic and Neuropathology Fellow within the Department of Pathology.
"I am very appreciative of the opportunity to work as the Residency Program Administrator in Pathology at the University of Michigan,” stated Laura Jacobus. “I graduated from the University of Michigan Dearborn and always wanted to work for U-M. I am happy and excited to be here.” Jacobus previously worked as a Residency Program Coordinator at [...]
Learn more about what it takes to be a Medical Examiner Investigator (MEI) within the section of Autopsy and Forensic Pathology.
Dr. Anuska Andjelkovic-Zochowski's story
Lisa Neal, Kelly Root, Sierra Onickel, and Camren Clouthier share insights into Forensic and Departmental Photography.
Dr. Chisa Yamada's Perspective
An interview with Kristina Martin and Christine Rigney
Improving systems for better outcomes is the name of the game for Dr. Scott Owens.
The Pathology Desktop Support and Help Desk team provides everyone in Pathology with computing and printing hardware, network access, software portfolio, and support services. Without them, the department could not function [...]
Dr. Chisa Yamada was highlighted by the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB) in their August newsletter. Read more about Dr. Yamada's career within transfusion medicine, her interest in pediatrics, as well as her greatest personal triumphs [...]
Join us in congratulating the 2020-2021 Graduating Class of Residents.
Congratulations to our Graduates!
Dr. Mehra discusses his career path and how he arrived at Michigan Medicine in our latest Careers in Pathology video.
Recently, Department of Pathology faculty member Dr. Laura Lamps appeared on the December 3 episode of the PathPod Pocast's Beyond the Scope. In the episode, Dr. Lamps discusses a varierty of topics including her role as the Director of Gastrointestinal Pathology at Michigan Medicine, her involvement in United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP), personal hobbies and her experience working in medicine overall [...]
Peter Ouillette, MT (ASCP) shares his experience working as the Department's Digital Pathology Operations Manager.
When she's at work, Dr. Laura Lamps is 100% tuned in. Find out how she got here and what she recommends for those considering pathology.
At 23 years old, Jeanette Jeffreys just knew she would work for the University of Michigan “forever.” She was hired by Suzanne Butch to work for the Department of Pathology Blood Bank. When her job was going to be eliminated by a computer, she was asked to stay on in the Pathology Office. [...]
Staff members were recognized for their years of service and for going above and beyond.
Every day at Michigan Medicine’s University Hospital, Lisa Belanger Neal uses a camera to demystify death.
In this episode of Careers in Pathology, Dr. Taeko Noah talks about her work in the Hogan Lab researching food allergies. Dr. Noah is a cellular biologist working as a Research Scientist in Pathology, studying how food crosses the intestinal epithelium to trigger allergic reactions.
In our first episode of Careers in Pathology (#CareersinPathology), Dr. Scott Owens talks about his different roles in the University of Michigan Department of Pathology as a gastrointestinal pathologist, Director of the Division of Quality and Health Improvement, and medical school educator.