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PGY-4 Resident Wins Society of ’67 Scholars Award

Congratulations to Jennifer Ju for winning a 2019 Society of '67 Scholars Travel Award! This award, given to medical students and Pathology residents across the country, is designed to help…

USCAP 2019 Pathology Representation

Title: Financial Health for the Pathology Trainee Speaker: Anne Mills Title: The Great Debate: Pro- p16 Immunostaining as an adjunct in cervical intraepithelial neoplasia diagnosis according to the LAST recommendations.…

CAP18 Annual Meeting

Several residents attended this past CAP18 Annual Meeting in Chicago. In addition to representing UVA residency at the Residents’ Forum (Jennifer Ju, PGY-3, and Jacob Curley, PGY-3), three current residents…

Pathology Fall Welcome Reception

On Saturday, September 8th, the University of Virginia Department of Pathology celebrated its annual Fall Welcome Reception to start the new academic year. This yearly tradition is a highlight for…

2018 Pathology Trainee Graduation

On June 4th, the Department of Pathology celebrated our 2017-2018 graduates of the Pathology residency and fellowship programs. Faculty, staff, and trainees gathered at the Colonnade Club to applaud our…

14th Annual Research Day

UVA Department of Pathology 14th Annual Research Day The Department of Pathology recently hosted its 14th Annual Research Day for Pathology faculty, staff, and trainees. This year, our department was…

USCAP 2018 Representation

UVA Pathology Representation at USCAP 2018 Annual Meeting Histopathologic Characterization of Breast Cancers in Patients with Non-BRCA Germline Mutations (Stowell-Orbison Award) Authors: Alice Meiss, BFA, Martha Thomas, MS, CGC, Lydia…

2018 UVA Pathology Match Day

On March 16th, along with medical schools and residency programs across the country, UVA Pathology gathered excitedly to celebrate our newest group of incoming residents. We are happy to introduce…

UVA Solving the Dietary Salt Question: Why is my Blood Pressure Sensitive to Salt?

Researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine and the George Washington University School of Medicine have discovered how a gene variant found in 48 percent of the population…

2017 UVA Path Report

  Read the 2017 UVA Path Report featuring a message from Christopher Moskaluk, MD, PhD, Chairman of Pathology, updates on publications, awards and more.

Pathology Department Attends the CAP Policy Meeting in Washington DC

UVA Assistant Professor Dr. Anne Mills, resident Dr. Ashley Volaric, and fellow Dr. Brian Willis recently joined the College of American Pathologists (CAP) for the annual CAP Policy Meeting in Washington,…

USCAP 2017 Representation

PD-L1 Expression and Intratumoral Heterogeneity Across Breast Cancer Subtypes: An Assessment of 245 Primary and 40 Metastatic Tumors Authors: Erik Dill, Elizabeth Thompson, Chelsea Gottlieb, Timothy Bullock, Janet Cross, Kristen Atkins,…

Idiopathic nodular glomerulosclerosis is a distinct clinicopathologic entity linked to hypertension and smoking

Authors: Markowitz GS, Lin J, Valeri AM, et al. Publication: Hum Pathol 33: 826-835, 2002 Idiopathic nodular sclerosis mimics diabetic glomerulosclerosis, but occurs in patients with no clinical evidence of diabetes mellitus. …

C3 glomerulopathy: Clinicopathologic features and predictors of outcome

Authors: Medjeral-Thomas NP, O’Shaughnessy MM, O’Regan JA, et al. Publication: Clin J Am Soc Nephrol 9; 46-53, 2014 C3 glomerulopathy is characterized by intensely staining glomerular deposits of C3 in the absence…

Light chain proximal tubulopathy: Clinical and pathologic characteristics in the modern treatment era

Authors: Stokes MB, Valeri AM, Herlitz L, et al. Publication: J Am Soc Nephrol 27: 1555-1565, 2016. Proximal tubular cells contain cytoplasmic monoclonal immunoglobulin in the entity known as light chain…

Mayo Clinic/Renal Pathology Society Consensus Report on pathologic classification, diagnosis and reporting of GN

Authors: Sethi S, Haas M, Markowitz GS, et al. Publication: J Am Soc Nephrol 27: 1278-1287, 2016 This consensus report on classifying, diagnosing and reporting glomerulonephritis (GN) recommends grouping these cases into…

Histology for Pathologists, 4th edition – Dr. Stacey Mills

Author(s): Mills SE Wolters Kluwer Heath, Philadelphia, 2102.

Don Innes Pathology Summer Enrichment Program in Pathology for Rising Second Years

In undergraduate medical education, it is sometimes difficult to gain experience in pathology until the fourth year. This delays students' exploration of the field. The Summer Innes Internship in Pathology…

Tietz Fundamentals of Clinical Chemistry and Molecular Diagnostics, 7th Ed. — Dr David Bruns

Authors: Burtis CA, Bruns DE. St Louis: Saunders/ Elsevier (2015)

Diagnostic Surgical Pathology, 6th edition – Dr. Stacey Mills

Authors: Mills SE, Greenson JK, Hornick TA, Reuter VA (eds) Wolters Kluwer Heath, Philadelphia, 2105.

Atlas of Sellar and Parasellar Lesions-clinical, Radiologic and Pathologic Correlations – Dr. Bea Lopes

Author: Dr. Bea Lopes Editors: Gabriel Zada, M. Beatriz S Lopez, Srinivasan Mukundan Jr., Edward R. Laws Jr. Springer International Publishing, 2016 ISBN 978-3-319-22854-9

Weedon’s Skin Pathology, 4th Edition – Dr. James Patterson

Author: Dr. James Patterson, Churchill Livingstone-Elsevier, 2015 !252pp)

Unique online resource!

Anne Mills, M .D ., has spearheaded a new educational resource - Sound Bite Series The Sound Bite Series is a series of short videos narrated by UVA faculty on a range of diagnostic…

UVA-USCAP 2016 Representation

Chelsea Gottlieb, Emaculate Tebit, Scott Wendroth, Kristen Atkins, Tiffany Pierson, Christiana Brenin, Anne Mills. - Apocrine Carcinomas Represent a Distinct, Androgen Receptor-Positive Clinicopathologic Subset of Triple-Negative Breast Cancers Akeesha Shah, Kristin…