Interview of Pediatric Fellow Nathan Shaller, MD
Rajah Rabah, MD works to make autopsy reports more accessible to families and change the perceptions of pediatric pathology.
Phlebotomists are on the front lines, influencing the patient experience with each blood draw.
A personal breast cancer diagnosis leads to new perspectives on medicine and the patient experience for Laura Cooling, MD.
Dr. Sriram Venneti's lab explores the interface of metabolism, epigenetics and brain development in
order to better understand and eventually treat childhood cancer.
A New Paradigm for Diagnostic Microbiology
Faculty member and former Chair, Peter Ward,
reflects on his decades of service at U-M.
Collaborating to Benefit the Public Interest
Brief history of our Imaging Specialists within the Department
Director of Autopsy and Forensic Services, Dr. Jeffrey Jentzen, reflects on his career
Based on 45 Years of Experience
A Faculty Perspective on Ethics in Pathology
Group photo of a portion of the breast team (left to right) Drs. Celina Kleer, Laura Walters, Judy Pang, Ghassan Allo In 2008, the Division of Surgical Oncology moved outpatient breast surgeries offsite from the University Hospital (UH) to East Ann Arbor Ambulatory Surgery Center (EAA), about 5.5 miles away. While EAA had six operating rooms, there was no surgical pathology lab on-site. Specimens removed during surgery had to be transported to UH . . .