An abstract co-authored and entitled, “PD-L1/PD-1 Expression in Wilms Tumor: Analysis of 52 cases” has won the Gordon F. Vawter Pathologist-in-Training Award at the Society for Pediatric Pathology 2020 at its Spring Meeting in Los Angeles, CA. The award recognizes meritorious work presented by Jeff Chen, MD based on research conducted by a group of […]
Ian Hagemann, MD, PhD has been selected as the Carol B. and Jerome T. Loeb Teaching Fellow for the term July 1, 2020 through June 30, 2022. “Ian’s contributions to education in pathology and to the medical school are truly outstanding. Among his accomplishments are numerous Distinguished Service Teaching Awards, selection as a chair for […]
On Tuesday, the culmination of weeks of work for this year’s Trainee Research Day was put on full display via Zoom. Although different than past events, this year still had the air of excitement as trainees presented their research. This year, the department had 24 individuals present. As per the tradition, the Trainee Research Day […]
The Health Professions Fair, sponsored by the Office of Diversity Programs, was held on the Washington University School of Medicine campus on Tuesday, February 4. This career fair for area high school students is designed to expose them to different professions and disciplines within medicine. Fellows, Caroline Franks and Melissa Budelier attended the Health Professions […]
Trainees and faculty from the Pathology & Immunology department will soon be heading to the United States & Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP) annual meeting. The meeting will be held from February 29 – March 5, 2020, in Los Angeles, CA. Click here to see a list of presenters at the event. Click here to see the […]
A number of Pathology & Immunology trainees and a faculty member had the amazing opportunity to present research at this year’s annual meeting of the American Society of Dermatopathology. The meeting was held October 17-20 in San Diego, CA. The experience, according to one trainee, was very educational, with lots of feedback on their work […]
Eight trainees were awarded the Paul E. Strandjord Young Investigator Award, including Adam Bailey and Jonathan Brestoff who were recognized for their outstanding presentations.
The Department of Pathology & Immunology hosted its annual Trainee Research Day which celebrates research by residents and clinical fellows. It featured presentations both oral and poster from trainees.
Jeffrey I. Gordon, MD, of Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, has received the 2018 Copley Medal from the Royal Society in Britain. He is being honored for his studies of human gut microbial communities, which have led to a fundamental shift in the way scientists understand the relationship between microbes, health and […]
The Young Investigator Challenge is an effort to identify promising young academic cytopathologists in the field. The challenge consisted of a call for papers involving original research relevant to cancer cytopathology and molecular cytopathology, and was open to faculty no more than 5 years removed from their fellowship. Christopher Hartley, MD, a Liver & GI Pathology fellow […]
Crouch received Course Master of the Year from the class of 2019; Virgin, Edelson received Distinguished Service Awards. Congratulations to all!
Multiple faculty and post-docs receive grants totaling nearly $8 million. Congratulations to all! Maxim Artyomov, PhD, Assistant Professor of Pathology & Immunology and of Biomedical Engineering, received a five-year $1,906,250 grant from the National Institutes of Health, entitled “Itaconate as Metabolic Regulator of Inflammation”. Takeshi Egawa, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Pathology & Immunology, received […]
The Department of Pathology & Immunology United Way campaign will run from October 1st to October 31st. Faculty, staff and students can contribute through HRMS or through pledge cards throughout the campaign. To thank you for your participation, the department is sponsoring raffles and a cookie social. Don’t miss your chance to win a coffee […]
Employees are encouraged to give their time and financial support to the annual United Way Campaign. Human Resources and the Gephardt Institute again are helping employees find volunteer opportunities in the St. Louis region.
WashU pathologists, Wettach and LaRue will be on site at SEHealth to offer expert pathology services to the region. The hospital will also have access to all WashU pathologists through our telepathology program.
The five Pathology & Immunology faculty are among 449 Washington University physicians who were selected to be on the list this year. Congratulations to all!
Twelve new residents and 20 new fellows joined the Department of Pathology & Immunology in the beginning of July. Residents Heba Abdelal, MD – AP/CP Brooj Abro, MD – AP/CP Zahra Alipour, MD – AP/CP Adam Bailey, MD, PhD – CP/PSTP Jie-Fu Chen, MD – AP/CP Matthew Hedberg, MD, PhD – AP Arjun Raman, MD, […]
Deborah Veis (Novack), MD, PhD is the co-senior author on the study that was published in Science Advances.
Medical Laboratory Professionals week was observed nationally the week of April 23-29, 2017. The Department of Pathology & Immunology took this opportunity to recognize the service and dedication of all individuals who contribute to the missions of the Department. Celebrations consisted of raffles, service awards, a photo contest, a luncheon and more. Download the newsletter for summaries of […]
Grants totaling nearly $10 million were awarded to faculty and trainees in Immunobiology, Laboratory & Genomic Medicine and Anatomic & Molecular Pathology. Congratulations to all! Kyunghee Choi, PhD, Associate Professor of Pathology & Immunology, received a four-year $1,856,628 grant from the National Institutes of Health/National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, entitled “Hemangioblast Development and Regulation”. Marco Colonna, MD, Professor […]
The congress, held in Tabriz, Iran in November 2016, focused on ‘Recent Updates in Prevention, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Breast Cancer’. Souzan Sanati, MD, Assistant Professor of Pathology & Immunology, also presented at the meeting.
Erika Crouch received the Course Master of the Year from the class of 2018 and Brian Edelson received a Distinguished Service Teaching Award from the class of 2019.
Honor recognizes pioneering work on the human microbiome
Membership is one of highest honors that can be awarded to U.S. scientists
Dr. Collins will serve as an executive board member at the 63rd Annual Scientific Meeting for the American Society of Cytopathology. The meeting is head November 2015. Brian Collins, MD is Associate Professor of Pathology & and Immunology, Section Head of Cytopathology and the Program Director of the Cytopathology Fellowship at Barnes-Jewish Hospital.
Samir EL-Mofty, DMD, MS, PhD, Professor of Pathology & Immunology and Section Head of ENT Pathology, has been selected to be a member in the Consensus and Editorial Committee for ‘WHO Classification of Head and Neck Tumors’, 4th edition.