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Alison Gareau, M.S., Ph.D.

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Alison Gareau, M.S., Ph.D.

Alison Gareau, Ph.D., completed her B.Sc. in biology at Lake Superior State University in Michigan. She began her graduate studies at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia where her thesis work in the Department of Pathology focused on the role of B cells and antibody in an experimental model of late cardiac graft rejection. She received a scholarship from the International Society of He... Read full bio

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Congratulations, Allen Valentine!

Allen Valentine

Allen Valentine, the Senior Administrator of Pathology, was presented with the distinguished honor of Ronald R. Peterson Achievement Award. This award is presented annually to a leader who exemplifies exceptional dedication and outstanding career contributions as well as unwavering integrity and enduring mentorship. Congratulations to Allen on a well-deserved award of accomplishment and recognition!

SBP Vivian W. Pinn Award

Marissa White, M.D.

Dr. Marissa White just received the Society of Black Pathologists Vivian W. Pinn award for Excellence in Leadership in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. Congratulations to Dr. White for this well-deserved recognition!

New Teaching Apple iPad App - Appendiceal Pathology

We are pleased to announce that our new teaching App for the iPAD is now available in the Apple App store!

The Johns Hopkins Atlas of Appendiceal Pathology
Volume 8 in the Series:
The Johns Hopkins Atlases of Pathology

Drs. Jacqueline Birkness-Gartman, Elizabeth Montgomery and Kiyoko Oshima have authored a new iPAD application as an educational tool designed to teach practicing pathologists and trainees the pathology of the appendix. This beautifully illustrated app is the eighth in a series of teaching apps produced by the pathology team at Hopkins.