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Pedram Argani, M.D.
Pedram Argani, M.D.
Pedram Argani, M.D.

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Pedram Argani, M.D.

Pedram Argani, M.D., is a Professor of Pathology and Oncology at the Johns Hopkins Hospital, and Associate Director of Surgical Pathology. Dr. Argani is internationally recognized as an expert anatomic pathologist and is on the editorial board of numerous scientific journals. He was the recipient of the prestigious Arthur Purdy Stout Award in Surgical Pathology in 2007. Dr. Argani obtained his ... Read full bio

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USCAP 2024

The 113th annual meetings of the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology was held in Baltimore this year. This provided a wonderful opportunity for our alumni to visit their “old stomping grounds,” see what has changed, and most importantly, to reunite and share stories.

After a tour of the hospital guided by current residents, 100 alumni, friends, and current residents and faculty, gathered in the Armstrong Teaching Building for drinks and dinner.

The highlight of the evening was an entertaining talk “A short history of Pathology,” by Peter Burger.

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.

Congratulations, Dr. Angelo DeMarzo!

Angelo De Marzo, M.D., Ph.D.

Dr. Angelo DeMarzo was the 2022 winner of the School of Medicine’s Professors' Award for Excellence in Teaching in Biomedical Sciences. The award, presented at graduation, was established in 1981 by the Advisory Board of the Medical Faculty and honors a member of the faculty whose teaching is judged to have had a profound effect on students in the School of Medicine.