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.
Learn more about our DEI efforts headed by Dr. Angela Wu.
A glimpse into Karen Barron's role as the Allied Health Education Program manager and helping to create opportunities for young laboratory professionals.
The field of Pathology is changing quickly as technology advances, with deep learning and artificial intelligence expanding into diagnostic arenas.
Leadership at all levels engaged in the fight against COVID; a behind-the-scenes look.
A unique look into Dr. Carmen Gherasim's career and staying afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As COVID closed down research labs, researchers shifted focus.
The SARS-CoV-2 virus brought lab testing to the headlines. Learn how Michigan Medicine Pathology responded to this unprecedented challenge.
Within the Department of Pathology, lives a Communications Team who handle all aspects of departmental promotion. Led by Lynn McCain, the team also features Brent Temple, Camren Clouthier and Carrie Walper on the MLabs side. Learn more about this group of creative-minded individuals and how they help to put the Department on the map.
After 35 years, the Division of Education continues to bring the best pathology education in the country.
Duane Newton, PhD, gives a faculty perspective on what led to the best possible outcome for patients and the department through PRR.
Department faculty outreach to high school students to educate about careers in medicine and research.
Bryan Betz, PhD, was inspired by his late wife, Sharon, to pursue a career in clinical diagnostics.
A look at the artists behind the artwork hung in the newly renovated facility.
A gift from the Silver Family Foundation is funding research at Michigan Medicine.
The Department of Pathology embraces the future while navigating through multiple changes as it settles into its new laboratory home.
A gift from the Finger family targets introducing trainees to the appeal of a career in forensic pathology.
Rohit Mehra, MD—faculty perspective on the need to understand why a patient’s cancer would not respond to treatment.
The story of how Kathleen R. Cho, MD, created a career in which she excels at diagnostics, research, and administration.