DLMP Faculty Receive $6 Million R01 Grant
October 11, 2021 in Research
Drs. Jessica Young, Christine Disteche, and Sumie Jayadev received a five-year, $6 million R01 grant to study the mechanisms of sex differences in risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.
Three Million COVID-19 Tests and Counting
September 08, 2021 in COVID-19
We've run over 3,000,000 COVID-19 tests since the pandemic began in March 2020. We've rounded up more resources to keep you updated on our efforts and recommendations.
Training the Next Medical Laboratory Scientists
August 26, 2021 in Education
Learn about our Medical Laboratory Scientist (MLS) undergraduate program, which provides hands-on education and leads to an exciting career path!
Meet Our Chair, Dr. Geoffrey Baird
July 29, 2021 in General
Congratulations to Dr. Geoffrey Baird, who became our department chair as of July 1, 2021.
Read “The Doctors Who Bet Their Patients’ Lives on COVID-19 Test Results”
May 11, 2021 in COVID-19
DLMP faculty members, Drs. Joshua Lieberman and Ajit Limaye, were interviewed by Dr. Benjamin Mazer for The Atlantic
Celebrating Medical Laboratory Professionals Week
April 05, 2021 in General, COVID-19, Patient care
The Department of Laboratory Medicine & Pathology is excited to celebrate Medical Laboratory Professionals Week from April 18-24, 2021!
One Year of COVID-19 Testing
February 26, 2021 in COVID-19
We’ve run over 2,000,000 COVID-19 tests since the pandemic began in March 2020. We’ve rounded up more resources to keep you updated on our efforts and recommendations.
M3D Students Build Partnership with Denny International Middle School to Promote STEM
February 09, 2021 in Diversity and Equity, Education
A group of M3D students built a partnership with Denny International Middle School to create a "Meet a Scientist"-style after school program. The goal is to show that STEM can be for everyone and that our paths into science aren't all the same.
Article by Dr. Risques’ Team Selected as Most Impactful in the Field of Women’s Health in 2019
January 21, 2021 in Research
Dr. Risques’ Cell Reports article was recognized by the Columbia Hospital for Women Research Foundation as one of the most impactful papers in the field of obstetrical, gynecologic, and breast disease in 2019.
New Multi-Lab Research Program Studies Proteins in Alzheimer’s
November 10, 2020 in Research
Several research labs at UW SOM and Stanford University will be part of a new program that studies cerebrospinal fluid proteins in Alzheimer's & other dementias.