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 (February 2002 - Present)


Most recent and upcoming lectures

Thursday, December 5
Anatomic Pathology Grand Rounds
"CLL/SLL: Updates with Focus on Immunophenotype"
Sara A. Monaghan, M.D.
Click here to watch it.
Thursday, November 21
Anatomic Pathology Grand Rounds
"Considerations in Follicular Thyroid Neoplasms", "Vulvar Squamous Neoplasia: Current Clinical & Pathological Perspectives"
Vincent Cracolici, M.D., Tiannan Wang, M.D.
Click here to watch it.
Wednesday, November 20
Departmental Seminar
"Altered Telomeres in Cancer"
Christopher Heaphy, Ph.D.
Boston University, Boston, MA
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Thursday, November 14
Anatomic Pathology Grand Rounds
"PRAME REFRAMED: The Advent of PRAME-Based Diagnostics with Review of Potential Impact on the Handling of Melanocytic Neoplasms"
Virginia Miller, M.D.
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Thursday, October 31
Anatomic Pathology Grand Rounds
"Fellow Presentations"
Susan Shyu, M.D., Sarah B. Hugar, M.D.
Click here to watch it.
Wednesday, October 30
Departmental Seminar
"The Development of Curative Therapeutics for Lethal Childhood Disorders of Mineralization Imbalance"
Demetrios Braddock, M.D., Ph.D.
Yale University, New Haven, CT
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