Pathology Residency Program Fellow Teaching Awards - 2016
Daniel Long, M.D.
Jonathan Douds, M.D.
Kasia Ludwik, a graduate student in Dr. Deborah Lannigan's Lab, had an abstract chosen for an oral presentation at ENDO 2015: The 97th Endocrine Society Annual Meeting in San Diego. She also received an Endocrine Society Outstanding Abstract Travel Award. Congratulations!
Terumo BCT’s 2014 Advancing Apheresis Awardee
Garrett Booth, M.D., Assistant Professor of PMI
Associate Medical Director, Transfusion Medicine
Dr. Garrett Booth has received a $10,000 global grant to explore the efficacy of a mobile application to educate patients, nurses, clinical providers and transfusion medicine trainees about apheresis.
2015 Mini-Sabbatical Awardees
Program in Microbial Pathogenesis
Joe Alvin, Borden Lacy Lab. Dept of PMI. In collaboration with: Jonathan Schmitz Lab, PMI
Muthukumar Balasubramaniam, Chandravanu (CV) Dash Lab, Meharry Center for AIDS Health Disparities Research. In collaboration with: Chris Aiken Lab, PMI.
Program in Immunology
Diana Contreras, Holly Algood Lab, PMI. In collaboration with: Richard Peek Lab, Depts of Medicine and Cancer Biology
Sudheer Pabbisetty, Eric Sebzda Lab, PMI. In collaboration with: Luc Van Kaer Lab, PMI
Pavlo Gilchuk, Sebastian Joyce Lab. In collaboration with: Doug Green Lab, St. Judes Children’s Hospital, Memphis, TN
Six PMI Faculty elected AAAS Fellows
Left to Right: Agnes Fogo, M.D.; Richard Hoover, Ph.D.; Jay Jerome, Ph.D.; Simon Mallal, MBBS, FRACP, FRCPA; Donald Rubin, M.D.; and James Thomas, M.D.
Six members of PMI's faculty have been elected fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) for this year.
They are among 401 fellows from around the country selected by their peers because of their “scientifically or socially distinguished efforts to advance science or its applications.”
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