News in Education
September 17, 2020 in Education
Join us for one of our virtual open houses featuring our Residency Program Leadership and residents. Hear about our specialized research opportunities, clinical and educational environments and what it’s like living in Seattle.
These sessions are purely informational, and intended to give you a chance to get to know us better prior to applying for residency. We look forward to meeting you all and sharing what makes us excited about our program!
Join us in honoring George Martin and Dennis Reichenbach’s deep and lasting commitment to research, education, and the development of new leaders for the discipline of pathology. No depiction of the strength of our department would be complete without noting the impact Dennis and George have had on generations of graduate students, post-doctoral students, and junior faculty. By supporting the George Martin-Dennis Reichenbach Endowment, you are not only honoring the amazing impact of two exceptional scientists, you are enabling early career pathologists to pursue their research interests that fall outside of the traditional focus areas of federal funding programs. In the spirit of the indelible impact Drs. Martin and Reichenbach continue to have on our field, this endowment’s purpose is to foster innovative research and better inform our fight against disease.
We’re pleased to unveil our new website with a modern design and easier-to-find content. The new website is also mobile-friendly so you can view the site from your phone or tablet. We hope you'll find the new website easier to navigate. Please read more for instructions on providing any feedback you may have.
Mitchell Lee, a 4th year PhD student in Matt Kaeberlein's lab, was recently awarded a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Gilliam Fellowship.
The UW Medicine Pathology Accountable Care Organization (ACO) Committee is pleased to announce that Robert Ricciotti, MD and Nicholas Reder, MD have been selected as the ACO April 2015 Award recipients. Dr. Ricciotti’s project is, “Identifying Pathologic and Molecular Features that Distinguish Enchondroma from Chondrosarcoma”. Dr. Reder’s project is, “A Cost-Effective Microscopic Scanner for Rapid Evaluation of Radical Prostatectomy Specimens”.