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Welcome to the Department of Pathology and Molecular Medicine of Queen’s University. Our Department is uniquely placed at the interface between basic biomedical science and clinical medicine. Our dedicated faculty deliver a broad array of highly integrated programs in fundamental and translational research, diagnostic laboratory services and education. In doing so, our Department has a distinctive role in the School of Medicine in that it serves as both a basic science department, with its attendant academic responsibilities, and a clinical department responsible for the delivery of complex laboratory services in the teaching hospitals.
Cutting-edge technology comes to Queen's
Posted 2015 January 21
By Anne Craig, Communications Officer
Eight researchers at Queen's University have been awarded $1.3 million through the Canada Foundation for Innovation's (CFI) John R. Evans Leaders Fund. Leading the funding are Stephen Archer (Cardiology) and Neil Renwick (Pathology and Molecular Medicine).
Dr. Renwick is focusing on cancer diagnostics.
"The goal of my CFI project is to transform cancer diagnostics using novel approaches," says Dr. Renwick who received $200,000. "Through the vision of the CFI, I will purchase advanced instrumentation that will allow us to profile ribonucleic acid, a molecule that carries genetic information, and visualize diseased tissues.
I expect these approaches will help pathologists to diagnose and classify cancers, recommend treatments, and predict clinical outcomes at the time of specimen assessment."
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Thursday January 29
12:30-1:30 Grand Round - Richardson Lab Amphitheatre - Dr. Paul Manley
"Gastric Ulcers: Stress, Helicobacter, and Napoleon"
Friday January 30
9:00-9:30 Gross Rounds - Gross Room - Dr. Zanobia Khan
9:30-11:30 Forensic Mini Series - Richardson Lab Rm. 107 -
Blunt Force & Sharp Force Trauma - Dr. Kris Cunningham
1:30-2:30 Medical Legal Work Round - Richardson Lab Amphitheatre
1:30-2:30 Hematopathology Morphology Round - Autopsy Conference Rm
Week of Feb 02-06 - 09:45-13:30 CaRMS Anatomical Pathology Resident interviews
Friday 2015 March 27
CANC499 and PATH499 Poster Day in the Biosciences Atrium
Monday 2015 April 06
CANC499 and PATH499 RESEARCH DAY (Oral Presentations) will be in Biosciences 1102, 1103, 1120.
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