Laboratory Medicine and Pathology

Department News

Dr. Kristalee Watson, PGY-4 Anatomical Pathology Resident, has won First Place, USCAP Canada Foundation Travel Award for her poster entitled "Molecular Risk Prediction in Crescentic Glomerulonephritis" at the 2018 USCAP Annual Meeting in Vancouver, BC. 

Dr. Klaudia Nowak, PGY-4 Anatomical Pathology Resident, was  awarded a USCAP Foundation Travel Award for her abstract and poster entitled "Risk Stratification of Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor Based on Gene Expression Profiling" at the 2018 USCAP Annual Meeting in Vancouver, BC.

Ms. Lisa Purdy has been appointed as Assistant Dean, Graduate Student Affairs in the Office of Learner Advocacy & Wellness, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry.

Dr. Eric Schloss has been introduced into the "Order of Canada" .  Dr. Schloss is a dermatologist and pathologist by trade who has been involved in humanitarian work both at home and abroad.  He shared his expertise by teaching across Africa and following the 2010 Haitian earthquake, he traveled to the Caribbean nation to give medical assistance.  The Order of Canada is one of Canada’s highest civilian honours.   Recipients are recognized for outstanding achievement and service that betters the country.  See Edmonton Journal story for full details.

 Ms. Anne Halpin received the “Canadian Society of Transplantation (CST) Pediatrics Allied Health Travel Bursary” (1000$) for the 2017 CST annual meeting.

Dr. Anna Füzéry received the “AACC Rocky Mountain Local Section Annual National AACC Meeting Educational Scholarship” ($1,000 USD to attend the 69th AACC Annual Scientific Meeting in San Diego, CA, U.S.A.).  

Dr. Chris Le was invited to serve on the “Advisory Board of Overseas Chinese Scientific Experts Panel, Overseas Chinese Office of the State Council of China”. Dr. Le attended the inaugural Advisory Board celebration and meeting, held in the Great Hall of People, Beijing, on August 22, 2017.