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Michigan Medicine Highlights Phlebotomy Research on Podcast

Experts from the Department of Pathology's Phlebotomy Team were featured on Michigan Medicine's "The Wrap" podcast. The podcast focuses on the department's Poke Plan Program at C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, an initiative that helps to alleviate pain and fear among children during the blood draw process [...]

October 20 2020

Host-Microbiota Interactions in Health and Disease: Gabriel Nunez, MD

12:00 pm EST

Join #UMichPath and the University of Pennsylvania's Perelman School of Medicine for a virtual event with department faculty Dr. Gabriel Nuñez, who will be hosting a discussion related to host-microbiota interactions in modern health and disease.

October 20 2020

Bad Bacteria Make Their Own Food to Colonize the Gut

Diarrhea can be the unfortunate but short-lived side effect of bad takeout food, yet it is also a leading cause of death in children under five globally. Scientists continue to investigate how illness-causing bacteria gain a foothold within the digestive tract when they are usually held in check by the protective bacteria collectively known as the gut microbiome [...]

October 16 2020

Understanding Breast Cancer: My Journey as a Physician-Scientist: Celina Kleer, MD

10:00 am EST

Join us for a virtual event featuring the Department of Pathology's Dr. Celina Kleer, who will host a discussion related to her experiences in understanding breast cancer and her journey as a physician-scientist.

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October 9 2020

Research By Dr. Hristov Published in Journal of Cutaneous Pathology

New research from the Department of Pathology and Dr. Alexandra Hristov was just published in the Journal of Cutaneous Pathology. The study focuses on the kappa and lambda immunohistochemistry in situ hybridization of atypical cutaneous lymphoid infiltrates. 

October 1 2020

ASIP Rous-Whipple Award Lecture: Arul Chinnaiyan, MD, PhD

11:30 am EST

Join us for a virtual event featuring the Department of Pathology's Dr. Arul Chinnaiyan, who will give the 2020 American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP)'s Rous-Whipple Award Lecture. 

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October 1 2020

Scientists Develop First Drug-Like Compounds to Inhibit Elusive Cancer-Linked Enzymes

Structural biology techniques helped researchers target the nuclear receptor-binding SET domain family, whose malfunction is associated with several types of cancer.

September 2 2020

Research Surrounding H3K27M-mutant diffuse midline glioma in COVID-19 Published

New research related to H3K27M-mutant diffuse midline glioma with extensive intratumoral microthrombi in young adults with COVID-19 from the Department of Pathology was just published in Acta Neurologica. [...]

July 7 2020

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

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

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

Research Regarding Invasive Squamous Cell Carcinoma Published

The research, which focuses on invasive squamous cell carcinomas and the precursor lesions that demonstrate concordic genomic complexity in driver genes, was just published in Modern Pathology.

May 29 2020
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Diagnostic Biomarkers Uncovered for Rare Kidney Cancer

Researchers have uncovered the gene signature for ChRCC.

April 21 2020
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Department Co-Hosts 2020 Mucosal Immunology Symposium

The event showcased experiemental pathology research.

March 13 2020
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Department Hosts 11th Annual CHAMP Research Symposium

Event showcases clinical and translational research.

February 17 2020
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Anti-Leukemia Compound Induces Complete Remission in Mouse Models

A Phase I clinical trial, using a structurally related analog of the compound, is currently enrolling patients.

February 3 2020

Results of Michigan-Led Study Published in Modern Pathology

Modern Pathology recently published a multi-institutional study led by pathology faculty Dr. Rohit Mehra; other participating centers included The Cleveland Clinic, Emory School of Medicine and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Third year Pathology resident at Michigan Medicine, Alex Taylor, MD, was the first author with other major contributions by Drs. Noah Brown and May Chan. [...]

January 23 2020
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A Simple Twist of Cell Fate

U-M researchers are shedding new light with exciting implications for research and health.

January 15 2020

Dr. Chan Chung Receives Two Grants to Study Brain Cancers

 

Chan Chung, PhD, received two grants in funding from the ChadTough Foundation and Defeat DIPG foundation ($150,000) and the Robert Connor Dawes CERN Pediatric Fellowship ($100,000). [...]

January 9 2020

R01 Granted to Jolanta Grembecka, PhD

We are thrilled to announce that Jolanta Grembecka, PhD, an Associate Professor in Pathology, has been granted an R01 for her research “Development of ASH1L inhibitors for acute leukemia.” [...]

December 20 2019

Updated NIH Policy Statement Emphasizes "Other Support" Reporting

All faculty who serve as the Principal Investigator or one of the key personnel on an NIH award or pending proposal are required to review their new guidance and address the two parts below, as appropriate, by January 20, 2020 [...]

December 20 2019

Abhijit Parolia is Awarded The NCI Predoctoral to Postdoctoral Fellow Transition Award

 

The National Cancer Institute’s (NCI) Predoctoral to Postdoctoral Fellow Transition (F99/K00) Award supports outstanding PhD and other Research Doctoral candidates who complete their dissertation research training (F99 phase) and transition in a timely manner to mentored, cancer-focused postdoctoral career development research positions (K00 phase). [...]

December 2 2019

Results from the Andrew P. Lieberman Lab are Published

Mark Schultz, PhD, and Andrew Lieberman MD, PhD, have published “Synthetic high-density lipoprotein nanoparticles for the treatment of Niemann–Pick diseases” in BMC Medicine. [...]

November 20 2019

From Carrie-Anne to Dr. Malinczak

Carrie-Anne Malinczak, PhD successfully defended her thesis entitled “Long-Term Immune System Alterations Following Early-Life RSV Infection” on October 21, 2019. Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), a ubiquitous human pathogen, infects nearly all children by age two. Severe RSV bronchiolitis in infancy is strongly correlated with the development of recurrent wheezing later in childhood [...]

November 12 2019
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Engaging Our Future

Department faculty outreach to high school students to educate about careers in medicine and research.

November 8 2019

Dr. Surinder Kumar Receives The Pablove Foundation Childhood Cancer Research Grant

Surinder Kumar, Ph.D., has received The Pablove Foundation Childhood Cancer Research Grant for his proposal entitled “The sirtuin SIRT5 as a novel therapeutic target for Ewing’s Sarcoma” [...]

September 18 2019

Dr. Maria Westerhoff Publishes in Gastroenterology

In collaboration with Drs. Luke Nayak and Arjun Sondhi, Dr. Maria Westerhoff published a report in Gastroenterology titled, "A Rare Complication of a Rare Disease" documents a case of erythropoietic protoporphyria, a rare condition that can affect the liver [...]

August 20 2019

Jolanta Grembecka, PhD, Among 14 Inaugural Rogel Scholars

Congratulations to Jolanta Gembecka, PhD, who is one of fourteen in the inaugural class of Rogel Scholars!  As part of the commitment from Richard and Susan Rogel, researchers will have the opportunity and freedom to pursue new directions in their work. Dr. Grembecka's research focus is developing [...]

May 14 2019
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U-M Compounds Show Promise in a Lab Model of Advanced Prostate Cancer

A new study finds that U-M-designed compounds led to significantly smaller, slower-growing tumors.

May 14 2019
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Witnessing the dance of RNAs around droplets of cellular degradation machinery

If a picture's worth a thousand words, a video is perhaps worth much more.

April 3 2019
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Creating Hope

Mark Schultz, PhD strives to create therapeutics for Niemann-Pick disease.

February 18 2019
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Circular RNA Holds Promise as Cancer Biomarker

Unique structure of circRNA makes it an ideal candidate for biomarkers – and it can be detected in blood or urine.

February 7 2019

Work from the Dou and Dressler Labs highlighted in Cancer Cell

The laboratories of Dr. Yali Dou and Dr. Gregory Dressler have collaborated with colleagues at the National Institutes of Health, the Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, and Indiana University to publish HOXA9 Reprograms the [...]

October 9 2018
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Genome's Dark Matter Sheds Light on Prostate Cancer Challenge

Researchers identify a lncRNA that provides insight into a key driver of prostate cancer — and a potential target for future therapy.

June 1 2018