Professor Lee-Way Jin received a $250,000 award from the BrightFocus Foundation for his study “KCa3.1 Blockers for Alzheimer’s Disease Therapy”.
Our Transfusion Medicine fellowship, under the leadership of program director Carol Marshall, received a full 5-year accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical
June 16, 2015 Assistant Professor Dr. Mingyi Chen received a $24,000 Academic Senate Faculty Research Grant for his project "Identification of RBM38 as a genetic and epigentic regulator of diffuse large B-cell lymphoma."
Assistant Professor Dr. Nam Tran received a $32,000 contract with Diazyme Laboratories for a point of care testing clinical feasibility study.
June 5, 2015 Assistant Professor Dr. M. Meighan Tomic has been accepted as a participant in the 2015-16 UC Davis Health System’s Inter-Professional Teaching Scholars Program.
Medical student Dane Jackson received the Stowell Award for Outstanding Student in Pathology, and medical student Mike Spiker was honored with a scholarship in the memory of pathology professor emeritus Simon J. T. Lie at the 2015 Medical Student and Faculty Awards Luncheon on May 29, 2015.
May 26, 2015 Bob Gosselin, Specialist in Clinical and Applied Hemostasis and Thrombosis, has been elected to the Board of the International Society for Laboratory Hematology and has also been appointed as an Associate Editor for the journal, Laboratory Hematology.
May 11, 2015 Three posters from department members were presented at the American Society for Apheresis in San Antonio, May 6-9. Presenters included Transfusion Medicine Fellow, Dr. Sarah Barnhard and Faculty Member, Dr. Leonor Fernando along with mentee, 2014 Edmondson Fellow Adriana Morales.
Hematopathology Fellow, Dr. Rebecca Sonu attend the 2015 Pathology Informatics Summit in Pittsburgh, May 5-8, as the recipient of a Becich Family Trust Travel Scholarship.
April 22, 2015 Assistant Professor Dr. Kristin Olson is the 2015 recipient of the Kaiser Award for “Excellence in Teaching in Clinical Sciences (full-time faculty).” This award recognizes outstanding teaching qualities including enthusiasm, sincere interest in and willingness to help students and house officers, ability to motivate learning and the quality of teaching aids.
Assistant Professor Dr. Nam Tran received a new clinical service agreement from Diazyme Inc. to examine point of care clinical sensitivity.