Category: AMP

Employees encouraged to support the United Way campaign

Employees are encouraged to give their time and financial support to the annual United Way Campaign. Human Resources and the...

Washington University in St. Louis

SoutheastHEALTH to begin pathology partnership with Washington Univeristy

WashU pathologists, Wettach and LaRue will be on site at SEHealth to offer expert pathology services to the region. The...

Southeast Missourian

Dehner, Kyriakos, Maluf, Pfeifer and Ritter on list of Best Doctors in America in 2017

The five Pathology & Immunology faculty are among 449 Washington University physicians who were selected to be on the list...

Washington University School of Medicine

Department welcomes new residents and fellows in 2017

Twelve new residents and 20 new fellows joined the Department of Pathology & Immunology in the beginning of July. Residents...

New imaging technique aims to help surgeons remove cancer

Deborah Novack, MD, PhD is the co-senior author on the study that was published in Science Advances.

Washington University in St. Louis

Department celebrates laboratory professional week

Medical Laboratory Professionals week was observed nationally the week of April 23-29, 2017. The Department of Pathology & Immunology took this...

Grant updates: January and February 2017

Grants totaling nearly $10 million were awarded to faculty and trainees in Immunobiology, Laboratory & Genomic Medicine and Anatomic & Molecular Pathology. Congratulations...

Sanati directs the first international congress of the International Academy of Pathology – Iran division

The congress, held in Tabriz, Iran in November 2016, focused on ‘Recent Updates in Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Breast Cancer’....

Crouch and Edelson receive teaching awards from medical students

Erika Crouch received the Course Master of the Year from the class of 2018 and Brian Edelson received a Distinguished...

Washington University School of Medicine

Gordon receives Beering Award

Honor recognizes pioneering work on the human microbiome

Washington University School of Medicine