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This symposium is intended to address the educational requirements for practicing pathologists, residents, and fellows. Diagnostic problems in Anatomic Pathology will be identified and evaluated using current tools.
The Department of Pathology and the American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP) are proud to host the interactive, abstract-driven 2018 Pathobiology for Investigators, Students and Academicians Conference (PISA), in Ann Arbor, Michigan. This year’s event, Molecular Mechanisms of Disease: Tissue Homeostasis, Immune Responses and Cancer.
A great update for trainees and Pediatric Pathologists and Gastroenterologists, this meeting allows attendees to hear from experts in the field and fosters networking between colleagues via workshops and social events. Special focus will be paid to applying LEAN thinking and principles to your work as well as appropriately utilizing genetic testing and imaging technologies. You’ll leave with knowledge of recent advancements in pediatric pathology and equipped to implement diagnostic and consultative management updates in your practice.
The University of Michigan’s Protein Folding Diseases Initiative will be holding its 5th Annual Symposium on Thursday, October 11, from 8:30 am until 4:30 pm, at the A. Alfred Taubman Biomedical Science Research Building (BSRB), Kahn Auditorium, on the University’s Medical Campus.
The Department of Pathology and the American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP) are proud to host the interactive, abstract-driven 2018 Pathobiology for Investigators, Students and Academicians Conference (PISA), in Ann Arbor, Michigan on October 20-22 [...]
Congratulations to both Sarah Avedschmidt, MD, and Anna (Ania) Owczarczyk, MD, PhD, winners of the outstanding poster award at the first annual poster session for the Advances in Forensic Medicine and Pathology Conference on May 10, 2018! Posters presented at this year’s Advances in Forensic Medicine & Pathology Conference [...]
Michigan Pathology has over 30 pathologists traveling to Vancouver, BC for this year's USCAP 2018. The department is featuring numerous speakers and displaying dozens of posters at this annual meeting. Read more to find out where and when to meet up with our faculty, fellows, and residents.
Kristina Martin, MLS(ASCP)CH will present Document Control for Control Freaks during the Biomedical Laboratory Diagnostics (BLD) Seminar Series at Michigan State University. The series, celebrating its 90th year, invites BLD alumni to share educational lab topics and insights from their careers in health care. Kristina’s presentation is on Tuesday, February 28 at 4:00pm EST in North Kedzie Hall, room N317.