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New research shows how heart inflammation can progress into heart failure in miceMarch 16, 2017
Led by Dr. Daniela Čiháková, a new research study reveals that eosinophils are partly responsibe for the progression of myocarditis into heart failure in mice. read more...
USCAP 2017March 10, 2017
We had another wonderful reception at the 2017 meetings of the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology in San Antonio, Texas. Here are more photos from USCAP!
New Surgical Neuropathology app is in the iTunes store!March 4, 2017
Congratulations Drs. Fausto Rodriguez and Charles Eberhart. Their new iPAD application (APP) is now available in the iTunes Store.
This beautiful APP contains over 800 stunning images, and a novel algorthimic approach to the diagnosis of the most common entities encountered in surgical neuropathology. Click here to learn more.
Congratulations Fausto and Charles!
Next: March 27, 2017
Purifying perivascular progenitors: Efforts in bone tissue engineering
-Aaron James, MD, PhD
Pathobiology Journal Club
- Nivi Chowdhury
Faculty Mentor: Ben Larman
Cart Duty: Eva Shrestha & Drew Bell
All meetings occur every Tuesdays in CRBII, Room 111 at 12 noon. (unless otherwise noted)
Pathobiology Thesis Seminar
Using a novel human neural stem cell model of aggressive medulloblastoma to investigate new therapeutic strategies
Speaker: Allison Hanaford
Place: Mountcastle Auditorium, PCTB
Advisors: Dr. Charles Eberhart and Dr. Eric Raabe
Thursday, April 6, 2017 - 4:00 pm
The Role of Cryptic Exon Repression in Neurogenesis and Neurodegeneration
Speaker: Jonathan Ling
Place: Darner Conference Room
Advisor: Dr. Philip Wong
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