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Springer editor receives Butler Award
Professor Mike Cooke was presented with the Butler Award on March 25, 2009, at the Spring Scientific Meeting of the Society of Irish Plant Pathologists held at the State Department of Agriculture and Food, Backweston Campus, Ireland. (2009-04-20)
New open-source software to remove ID from patient reports
Researchers have developed a new reliable open-source software to remove identifiers from patient reports. (2006-03-05)
Brain changes in Alzheimer's disease are more likely to present as dementia in women than in men
Researchers from the Rush Alzheimer's Disease Center found that plaques and tangles in the brain, the changes seen in people with Alzheimer's disease (AD), are more likely to be expressed as dementia in women than in men. (2005-07-22)
UTHealth's Robert Hunter honored with 2 awards
Robert Hunter Jr., M.D., Ph.D., Distinguished Chair in Molecular Pathology and chair of the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Medical School, has received two prestigious awards. (2015-07-01)
Polverini to receive IADR Oral Medicine and Pathology Award
Dr. Peter Polverini, Professor and Dean of the University of Michigan School of Dentistry (Ann Arbor), has been named the 2006 recipient of the Oral Medicine and Pathology Research Award, conferred by the International Association for Dental Research (IADR), convening here today for its 84th General Session. (2006-06-28)
Plant pathologists from around the world to discuss national agricultural security initiatives
Plans to protect the nation's crops from both intentional and non-intentional plant pathogen introductions and recent technological advances in plant health science will be the focus of the plenary session at the 2003 Annual Meeting of the American Phytopathological Society (APS) in Charlotte, NC, August 9-13, 2003. (2003-07-30)
New crop protection method could save US farmers billions
Naturally occuring microorganisms could be used to control 'scab, ' a fungal disease that has cost US farmers over $3 billion in the last 10 years, researchers reported here today at the 220th national meeting of the American Chemical Society. (2000-08-21)
Pam Henderson receives plant pathology journalism award
The American Phytopathological Society (APS) named Pam Henderson, crops and issues editor, Farm Journal Media, the recipient of the society's first Plant Pathology Journalism Award. (2006-08-21)
SAGE to publish Veterinary Pathology
SAGE is pleased to announce that it will begin publishing Veterinary Pathology, a key international journal of natural and experimental disease, beginning in 2010. (2009-08-04)
The American Phytopathological Society announces 2009 awardees
The American Phytopathological Society is pleased to announce the recipients of its 2009 awards. (2009-08-26)
Study examines association between small-vessel disease, Alzheimer pathology
Cerebral small-vessel disease and Alzheimer disease pathology appear to be associated. (2014-05-12)
Loyola among world's top centers in pathology competition
Loyola University Medical Center ranked among the top hospitals in the world in a recent research competition for pathologists in training. (2010-02-19)
BIDMC's Harvey Goldman, MD, receives distinguished pathologist award
Harvey Goldman, MD, vice chairman of the department of pathology at Beth Israel Deaconess Center (BIDMC) and an international leader in the field of anatomic pathology was presented with the 2006 Distinguished Pathologist Award from the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP) during a ceremony at the organization's annual meeting held recently in Atlanta, Georgia. (2006-03-10)
LA BioMed researcher receives Lifetime Achievement Award
The Los Angeles Society of Pathologists, Inc. presented its Lifetime Achievement Award to Samuel W. (2011-01-20)
Cedars-Sinai Pathology and Laboratory Medicine chair recognized with 2 of the field's top honors
The College of American Pathologists has honored Mahul B. Amin, M.D., F.C.A.P., chairman of the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, with two awards for outstanding leadership and contributions in the field of pathology. (2010-09-27)
International recognition for IUPUI work to improve breast cancer detection
A paper by Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis researchers describing the development of a new methodology to improve identification of breast cancer tissue by pathology laboratories has been selected as the best scientific paper in the (2010-08-18)
LA BioMed researcher to receive national award for career achievements
The American Society for Investigative Pathology will present its highest honor, its Gold-Headed Cane Award, to Samuel W. (2013-03-15)
Oral Medicine & Pathology Research Award presented to Speight
The International Association for Dental Research is presenting its 2008 Oral Medicine & Pathology Research Award to Dr. (2008-06-25)
UAB bone center director wins distinguished service award from clinical pathology society
Jay McDonald, M.D., helped author the current highest standards for laboratory testing of diabetes mellitus samples and has been an international leader in establishing clinical pathology as both a basic research and clinical discipline. (2009-12-08)
Springer founds new electronic journal Head and Neck Pathology
Springer announces the launch of a new quarterly publication Head and Neck Pathology. (2007-12-05)
AMP updates pathology residency curriculum recommendations
Te AMP paper provides residency programs with specific recommendations from subject matter experts on 10 major molecular pathology topics: basic molecular pathology goals and laboratory management; basic concepts in molecular biology and genetics; technology; inherited disorders; oncology; infectious diseases; pharmacogenetics; histocompatibility and identity; genomics, and information management. (2016-02-05)
Plant researchers locate transporter used for nicotine metabolism
A team of Virginia Tech and Purdue University scientists have identified a distinct transporter used by tobacco plant cells for nicotine metabolism. (2011-11-01)
Ewen Callaway named 2009 APS Plant Pathology Journalism awardee
The American Phytopathological Society is proud to announce that Ewen Callaway, a reporter with New Scientist, is the recipient of the 2009 Plant Pathology Journalism Award. (2009-08-28)
BMC resident receives American Society for Clinical Pathology awards
Stephen Hammond, M.D., a fourth-year resident in clinical and anatomic pathology at Boston Medical Center, recently received the highly coveted Resident Leadership Representative Award from the American Society for Clinical Pathology for demonstrating leadership and promoting ASCP membership and resident activities. (2011-12-01)
Survey shows perceptions of stress among pathology residents
Researchers from Boston University School of Medicine conducted a nationwide survey to identify stressors perceived by pathology residents. (2007-11-15)
Discovery of "KiSS" Gene May Help Stop Spread Of Melanoma
Researchers at Penn State's College of Medicine in Hershey have discovered a new gene that suppresses the metastasis--or spread--of melanoma, the often fatal skin cancer (1996-12-04)
Shaw to receive prestigious honor for plant pathology research
The 2009 Alexopoulos Prize will be given to Dr. Brian Shaw, Texas A&M University assistant professor of plant pathology and microbiology. (2009-07-08)
Measuring progesterone receptor expression to improve hormone-receptor-positive cancer management
American and Spanish researchers have found potential ways for doctors to improve the treatment of hormone receptor-positive breast cancer even if they lack access to costly multi-gene tests, as they report at the 4th IMPAKT Breast Cancer Conference. (2012-05-03)
Elsevier announces publishing of the American Journal of Pathology
Elsevier, a world-leading publisher of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, is pleased to announce that as of January 2011 Elsevier will publish the American Journal of Pathology in partnership with the American Society for Investigative Pathology. (2010-10-12)
New study raises questions about the number of people in the UK who could be incubating vCJD
A team of UK scientists found that 3 out of 12,674 stored appendix and tonsil samples showed evidence of the prion protein associated with vCJD, but urge caution about the way these results are interpreted. (2004-05-21)
How fat kills heart cells
Droplets of stored lipids accumulate in the cytoplasm of cardiac myocytes in a variety of cardiomyopathies, ranging from such chronic conditions as diabetes and obesity to the pathology that leads to sudden death in otherwise healthy young people. (2001-03-27)
Springer to publish journals of the Australasian Plant Pathology Society
Starting in 2011, Springer will publish two journals of the Australasian Plant Pathology Society, Australasian Plant Pathology and Australasian Plant Disease Notes. (2010-12-15)
AMP submits comments on SACGHS report
Yesterday, the Association for Molecular Pathology submitted comments on the Draft Report of the Secretary's Advisory Committee on Genetics, Health and Society on Genetics Education and Training of Health Care Professionals, Public Health Providers and Consumers. (2010-06-29)
Scholthof named 2009 American Phytopathological Society Fellow
Dr. Herman Scholthof, professor of plant pathology and microbiology at Texas A&M University, has been named a 2009 American Phytopathological Society Fellow. (2009-07-08)
Alzheimer's disease probably more common than currently recognized
A presentation at the World Alzheimer Congress 2000 today suggests that decline in memory in older persons is frequently due to Alzheimer's disease (AD) pathology. (2000-07-09)
The American Phytopathological Society announces award recipients
American Phytopathological Society (APS) awards were presented recently at the 2000 APS Annual Meeting, in New Orleans, Louisiana. (2000-09-10)
American Society for Investigative Pathology Award presented to David M. Engman
The American Society for Investigative Pathology is pleased to announce that David M. (2008-06-04)
New technique paints tissue samples with light
One infrared scan can give pathologists a window into the structures and molecules inside tissues and cells, enabling fast and broad diagnostic assessments, thanks to an imaging technique developed by University of Illinois researchers and clinical partners. (2015-03-24)
New gene discovered associated with Tau, a common form of brain pathology
Investigators at Rush University Medical Center and the Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston reported the discovery of a new gene that is associated with susceptibility to a common form of brain pathology called Tau that accumulates in several different conditions, including Alzheimer's disease, certain forms of dementia and Parkinsonian syndromes as well as chronic traumatic encephalopathy that occurs with repeated head injuries. (2017-03-24)
The American Phytopathological Society announces 2003 awards
The American Phytopathological Society (APS) is pleased to announce its 2003 award recipients. (2003-10-14)
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