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The recently published study led by Dr. Eldad Hod proved wrong the hypothesis that we are harming blood donors by taking blood from them.
Congratulations to our Dr. Markus Siegelin, one of the four Columbia University cancer researchers who have been awarded for their innovative, life-changing cancer research.
The research, led by Dr. Eldad Hod, MD, demonstrated that donor iron deficiency was associated with no harmful effects on either the quality of donated blood or the wellbeing of frequent blood donors.
Joann Li has been at CUIMC for over 30 years. Listen to Joann discuss how her participation in the LBGQT+ resource group has made her a better parent, employee, and manager.
- August 12, 2022
Dr. Detton won the grant in the category of Innovative Course Design for “ Proposal for a Novel Elective Bridging 3D Printing and Medical Educator Skill Development”.
- August 8, 2022
Dr. Lin is one of the two recipients of the 2022 Early Career Development Pilot Grant, awarded by the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center (HICCC).
- August 5, 2022
"First year as an attending pathologist can be overwhelming: Don't be nervous, be thorough, it's ok to pause to take breaks if you're mentally tired." - Dr. Baskota
Source:CUIMC NewsroomJuly 22, 2022
Pathology's Monisha Dhanasekar (first from left) and Anna Pryamkova (second from left) were having a lot of fun at the event!
Source:IICTR NewsroomJuly 14, 2022
Pathology faculty member, Dr. Peter Canoll, is the co-principal investigator on one of the three multi-disciplinary research teams awarded the grant.