2017 Alumni Newsletter

  • Department News
    • Renovation of Sanger Hall Space 
    • NIPT Testing in cfDNA at VCU Health 
    • Capital Equipment 
    • In Memory of Dr. Margaret Grimes
    • In Memory of Dr. Alphonse Poklis
  • Faculty Spotlight
    • Welcome Mark Mochel, MD, Pathology’s new Dermatopathologist
    • Meet new faculty recruits, Sadia Sayeed, MD and Woon Chow, MD, PhD
  • Residents and Fellows 
    • Program Director’s Message
    • Pathologist in the Making
    • Alumni Survey

Dr. Sanford on CBS 6

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Kimberly W. Sanford, MD, Medical Director of Transfusion Medicine, is featured on CBS 6, Virginia This Morning.  She talks about shortages in blood donations during summertime and offers perks for donating blood.  Click here to view CBS 6 Virginia This Morning: "The American Red Cross needs your help" video



Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney declared August 9 as Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day in Richmond.

On August 9, METAvivor stopped by VCU Massey Cancer Center as part of their Sea to Sea for Metastatic Breast Cancer Advocacy Campaign (S2S4MBC). METAvivor’s founder Dian “CJ” Corneliussen-James and several of the organization’s advocates met with Chuck Harrell, Ph.D., and Paula Bos, Ph.D., both assistant professors in the VCU Department of Pathology and research program members at Massey Cancer Center, to learn more about their METAvivor-funded research exploring new treatment approaches for metastatic breast cancer. The group then hosted an information session for other Massey research program members interested in learning more about METAvivor’s mission and research funding opportunities. 

In honor of METAvivor's visit and to help raise awareness for metastatic breast cancer, Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney declared August 9 as Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day in Richmond. 


USCAP Annual Meeting's Poster Display and Fellowship Fair 

San Antonio, Texas
March 4-10, 2017

 


 

13th Annual VCU Health Resident/Fellow Research Day - June 2, 2016

Two VCU Department of Pathology residents and one fellow had poster presentations during this event

 

 

The United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology Annual Meeting - March 2016

During the week of March 12-18, several Residents and Fellows attended the annual USCAP meeting held this year in Seattle, Washington.  Here they presented original research in either poster or proffered paper format, as well as attended various short courses and lectures to broaden their knowledge on a diversity of pathology topics.  Residents seeking information on fellowships had the opportunity to visit programs at the annual Fellowship Fair and network with pathology leaders during informal roundtable discussions over breakfast and lunch.