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Next: January 23, 2017
AR-V7 as a prognostic marker and therapeutic target in advanced prostate cancer
-Emmanuel Antonarakis, M.D.
Save the Date!June 21, 2017
18th Autoimmunity Day
Tilghman Auditorium and Turner Concourse
Organizers: Mario Caturegli MD, MPD, Director
Daniela Cihakova MD, PhD, and H. Benjamin Larman PhD, Co-Directors
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October 14-15, 2017
17th Annual Current Topics in Gastrointestinal & Liver Pathology
Chevy Chase Bank Conference Center, The Sheikh Zayed Tower
Johns Hopkins Hospital
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Diversity Committee visits Morehouse School of MedicineJanuary 18, 2017
On January 12, 2017 representatives from the Pathology Diversity Committee visited Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta. The visit, led and organized by Dr. Marissa White, was intended to promote the field of Pathology among underrepresented minorities. Additional members of the committee included Drs. Alisha Gordy, Tricia Murdock, and Lysandra Voltaggio... read more »
Check out our new Cytopathology Unknown Conference website!January 6, 2017
The new Cytopathology Unknown Conference website features cases seen in our weekly Division of Cytopathology Unknown Conference, along with explanations. Learn more about Cytopathology today!
You can also view our world-renowned Surgical Pathology Case Conference website for Surgical Pathology cases.
Dr. Tim Amukele's drones featured on front cover of The Baltimore SunJanuary 3, 2017
From The Sun: "Aerial drones could one day ferry life-or-death medical supplies between hospitals now that Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers have figured out how to keep blood, medications and vaccines consistently cool during the flights..."
Read the article & watch the video.