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Pathology Grand Rounds

About This Series

This core departmental conference brings faculty, residents, fellows, graduate students and staff together for an introduction to new concepts and techniques in both clinical and experimental pathology. It is part of Pathology 504, "Current Topics in Experimental Pathology."

GoldmanThe grand rounds series features reports from within the Department and the University of Rochester Medical Center as well as presentations by speakers from outside the University. Topics include developments in molecular pathology, cancer diagnosis/treatment and clinical quality assurance. 

Grand Rounds presentations take place Mondays at Noon via Zoom. Participants will receive 1 hour of CME credit. 

Contact Us

Amanda Herman, (585) 275-1959, Amanda_Herman@urmc.rochester.edu

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Pathology Grand Rounds

Craig Morrell, DVM, PhD - University of Rochester Medical Center

Megakaryocytes and Platelets - Big and Small They Do It All In Homeostasis and Inflammation - Under appreciated roles for platelets, and their parent cell the megakaryocyte, in hemostasis and inflammation will be discussed.

 Apr 19, 2021 @ 12:00 p.m.

Zoom - registration required

Pathology Grand Rounds

Brynn Levy, M.Sc.(Med)., Ph.D., FACMG. - Columbia University

'Optical Genome Mapping for Assessment of Genomic Aberrations in Acute Myeloid Leukemia: A National Multicenter Evaluation' In this study, we report the performance of OGM in a cohort of 100 AML cases, which were previously characterized by karyotype alone or karyotype and FISH. CMA was performed as an additional test in some cases. Our findings showed that OGM identified all the clinically relevant SVs and CNVs reported by these standard cytogenetic methods (100% concordance). The additional diagnostic yield by OGM will be discussed.

 Apr 26, 2021 @ 12:00 p.m.

Zoom - registration required