Conference Access for Pathology Faculty and Residents

As the Department has grown with many of us away from our Oakland hub, we have recognized a need to provide continuing educational opportunities to department members. To this end we have set-up a system that should allow you to access from remote sites.

Beginning the week of March 4, 2002, we have begun broadcasting our Seminars in Laboratory Medicine/Current Topics in Laboratory Medicine (12:00 Noon, Monday), Departmental Seminar (12:00 Noon, Wednesday), Diagnostic Pathology Conference (12:00 Noon, Thursday). If you miss the talk, the lectures will be archived (Except the SLM lectures and unless the Presenter objects) and can be accessed through the same log on mechanism.

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Archived Lectures by the Year and Month


Most recent lectures

Thursday, May 24
Anatomic Pathology Grand Rounds
“Immune infiltrate in premalignant lesions and the concept of prophylactic cancer vaccination”
Dmitriy W. Gutkin, M.D., Ph.D.
Thursday, May 24
Cytology Educational Activity
“Improving Efficiency, Maintaining Quality: The UPMC Shadyside Telecytology Experience”
Amber E. Koah, SCT
Wednesday, May 23
Departmental Seminar
"Prometheius’ Promise"
Anna Mae Diehl, M.D.
Duke Liver Center, Durham, NC
Thursday, May 17
Anatomic Pathology Grand Rounds
“Wilms Tumour – The Everlasting Fairy Tale of Paediatric Oncology”
Gordan M. Vujanic, M.D., Ph.D., FRCPath
Sidra Medical and Research Center, Doha, Qatar
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Thursday, May 10
Anatomic Pathology Grand Rounds
"Update on the molecular characterization of selected mesenchymal proliferations of the skin”
Jaroslaw Jedrych, M.D., Ph.D.
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Thursday, May 10
Cytology Educational Activity
“Case Presentation”
Russell Silowash, M.D., Bryan Stevens, M.D.
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Thursday, May 3
Anatomic Pathology Grand Rounds
"Hereditary and Sporadic Diffuse Gastric cancer”
Changqing (Cathy) Ma, M.D., Ph.D.
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Wednesday, May 2
Departmental Seminar
"Tissue-Specific Role of LRP1 in Cardiometabolic Disease Modulation"
David Hui, Ph.D.
University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH
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