Department of Pathology News

Spring 2017 Main Page

Monday, May 01, 2017

Recent News 



ZhuHalmos-microscope Teaming Up to Bring Life-Saving Immunotherapy to Cancer Patients Montefiore’s IHC Laboratory and Clinical Oncology Team Up to Bring PD-L1 Testing for Cancer Immunotherapy In-House



Fooksman Visualizing the Immune Response Einstein Researchers Uncover Early Events in Severe Malaria Via Real-Time Video



 



MayaJoining Forces to Validate a Novel Biomarker for Breast Cancer Metastasis. In December 2016, Joseph Sparano, MD, associate chair of medical oncology at the Montefiore Einstein Center for Cancer Care, presented an invited paper at the 39th San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium in San Antonio, TX. Dr. Sparano reported on a study he led to clinically validate MetaSite (MS), a novel biomarker for metastasis in breast cancer. Joining him were two of his coauthors, Joan Jones, MD, and Maja Oktay, MD,PhD—both members of the Montefiore/Einstein Department of Pathology and Einstein’s Department of Anatomy & Structural Biology.



 



COMMENTARIES IN THE NEWS



Michael Prystowsky Michael Prystowsky, MD, PhD, “The People Have Spoken,” Archives of Pathology, February 2017.read the full article 



 



 



Michael PrystowskyDr. Prystowsky is also featured “An Ocean Apart,” a Q & A with leading British and American leaders in the field, on the role of pathology and pathologists. The Pathologist, January 2017.read the full article  



 



James PullmanJames Pullman, MD, PhD, and Jonathan Nylk, PhD, “Finely Tuned Microscopy,” The Pathologist, December 2016. read the full article 




 



RECENT GRANTS



louis-weissLouis Weiss, MD, MPH, was awarded a $2.1 million, five-year grant by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) to continue his efforts to understand how microsporidia—a type of single-celled parasite--infects host cells via a unique invading structure called the polar tube. read more 


 


DavidFooksmanDavid Fooksman, PhD, and Gregoire Lauvau, PhD, received a two-year $250,000 R21 grant from the NIAID to continue their groundbreaking use of in vivo video to shed light on the type 1 interferon pathway, an inflammatory signal that appears to play a pivotal role in severe malaria. (For details, see in Published Research and Cross-Campus Collaborations.)

 



FernandoFernando Macian-Juan, MD, PhD, has received a five-year, $2 million grant from the NIAID to study how chaperone-mediated autophagy (CMA) in T cells regulates the cells’ function. CMA is a degradation system that cells use to break down and recycle their proteins.read more  

 



RachelRachel Hazan, PhD, has received a one-year, $300,000 grant renewal from the Avon Foundation to continue leading a study on the role of cell cycle inhibitor P21 in triple-negative breast cancer, with a focus on metastatic disease. Her project collaborators are Susan Fineberg, MD, and Joseph Sparano, MD.


Research



Experimental pathology aims to define disease in terms of fundamental molecular and cellular processes. Research in our Department is focused on critical issues in multiple disease classes. Areas of focus include 





Research in each of these areas is highly interactive, and the Department strives for a collegial atmosphere in which collaborations can flourish. This effort is conducted through a variety of department-level activities, including regular meetings to discuss work in progress and a departmental retreat at which students, postdoctoral fellows, residents and faculty all have opportunity to present and discuss their research.



Research Funding Program



The Department of Pathology has established a research funding program to encourage residents and fellows to participate in clinical pilot research projects. Up to $2,000 will be awarded per research project, for projects of up to two years in duration.



Research Faculty



Amanda Beck, DVM 



Geoffrey Childs, PhD 



Joan W. Berman, PhD 



Mahalia Desruisseaux, MD, PhD 



Amy Fox, MD  



David Fooksman, PhD  



Rachel Hazan, PhD 



Lawrence Herbst, DVM, PhD 



Huan Huang, MD 



Sunhee C. Lee, MD  



Fernando Macian, MD, PhD 



Maja Oktay, MD, PhD 



Harry Ostrer, MD 



Thomas J. Ow, MD 



Michael B. Prystowsky, MD, PhD 



Moshe Sadofsky, MD, PhD 



Laura Santambrogio, MD, PhD 



Bridget Shafit-Zagardo, PhD 



Herbert Tanowitz, MD 



Louis Weiss, MD 



















































































 


 




AWARDS, HONORS & APPOINTMENTS



FernandoFernando Macian-Juan, MD, PhD, has been granted tenure in the Department of Pathology. Dr. Macian-Juan is a Professor of Pathology. The Macian-Juan laboratory studies the mechanisms that regulate the induction of T cell tolerance and exhaustion; reversal of tumor-induced T cell tolerance as an immunotherapeutic approach; autophagy and T cell function; and aging in the T cell compartment.

 



 



lauraLaura Santambrogio, MD, PhD, has been awarded tenure in the Department of Pathology. Dr. Santambrogio is a Professor of Pathology, of Microbiology & Immunology and of Orthopaedic Surgery. The Santambrogio laboratory investigates antigen processing and MHC class II presentation pathways; pathogenesis of autoimmune response to self antigens; analysis of the lymph formation and lymphatic transport.

 



 



mahaliaMahalia S. Desruisseaux, MD, has been named an Associate Professor of Pathology at Einstein. She also holds the title of Associate Professor of Medicine (Infectious Diseases). Dr. Desruisseaux’s research focus is cerebral malaria: mechanisms of longterm cognitive dysfunction; regulation and activation of vasoactive mediators; and on modulators of blood-brain barrier impairment, and of neuronal and glial cell dysfunction.

Wendy Szymczak, PhD, has been appointed Associate Director of the Clinical Microbiology Laboratory at Montefiore. Dr. Szymczak formerly served as assistant to Laboratory Director Michael Levi, PhD. She also holds the title of Assistant Professor of Pathology at Einstein. Prior to joining Montefiore, Dr. Szymczak completed a post-doctoral research fellowship at Einstein in 2013. She earned her doctorate in molecular genetics, biochemistry & microbiology from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine in 2010.

Emelia Cortez, Phlebotomy Laboratory manager, and her team, received a certificate of RESPECT in January for their outstanding efforts to ensure that patients in the Phlebotomy Unit at Montefiore’s Greene Medical Arts Pavilion received excellent care despite the challenges of a particularly stressful day. The honor, bestowed on the recommendation of grateful patients, recognizes service that “exemplifies the behaviors of the Montefiore Standards of Respect.”


 


RECENTLY PUBLISHED RESEARCH















 


Over the past year, research studies by Pathology Department faculty members have been published in prestigious, peer-reviewed scientific journals.

View a sampling of these articles here. 


 


TRAINEE SPOTLIGHT











  Gloria Ramos-Rivera, MD, chief resident of the Anatomic and Clinical Pathology Program at Montefiore, has been awarded the College of American Pathologists’s Ventana Fellowship. Funded by Ventana Medical Systems, the $5,000 grant will allow Dr. Ramos Rivera to participate in an advanced elective in translational diagnostics. She will travel to Tucson, AZ, in June, for the four-week training. Read more. 


 


 Decoding the Mysteries of a Lethal Parasite
Tatsuki Sugi, DVM, PhD, a postdoctoral researcher in the laboratory of Dr. Louis Weiss, is shedding light on the survival mechanism of Toxoplasma gondii. Read more. 


 


Exploring Low-Intensity Focused Ultrasound’s Potential as Cancer Immunotherapy
Karin Skalina, a predoctoral fellow in the laboratory of Dr. Chandan Guha, is investigating a new application of ultrasound as a non-invasive approach to cancer immunotherapy. Read more. 



Women’s March 2017: Montefiore Pathology Resident Stands Up for Social Justice
Elizabeth Richards, MD, describes her experience as a participant in the Women’s March in Washington, DC, and in a follow-up event in New York City. Read more. 



NEW FACES



We welcome Fabiane Matos dos Santos, PhD, a Visiting Scientist from the Federal University of Espirito Santo (FUES) in Brazil, and Sangeetha Thangaswamy, PhD,  from the Satara Univerity School of Chemical and Biotechnology in India.

Read about Drs. Matos dos Santos and Thangaswamy, and see the roster of our new Pathology residents here. 



 


Recent News 

Cross-Campus Collaborations 

Recent Grants

joan-bermanJoan W. Berman, PhD, professor of pathology and of microbiology & immunology, and the Irving D. Karpas MD Chair of Excellence in Medical Research at Einstein, has been awarded a $3.5 million R01 grant from the National Institute on Drug Abuse to study the opioid derivate Bupenorphine as a potential therapy for neurocognitive symptoms in HIV patients.

 

Thanks to antiretroviral drugs, fewer HIV-infected people experience frank dementia, but more than half of those treated with anti-retrovirals suffer from milder, lifelong HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders, or HAND. Joan W. Berman, PhD, has been awarded two NIH grants totaling $7.4 million to study the sequence of events that lead to HAND; examine how certain drugs of abuse increase the risk for HAND; and develop strategies for preventing the disorder.  

  

Dr. Berman and Susan Morgello, MD, of Mount Sinai Icahn School of Medicine, were awarded a five-year, $3.6 million grant from the National Institute of Mental Health to study a population of white cells known to be responsible for HAND. The researchers will follow the migration of these cells in HIV-positive patients and study the proteins that regulate the transit of white cells across the blood brain barrier. The research may lead to therapies that block HIV-infected white cells from entering the brain. (1R01MH112391-01A1)

 

  

Dr. Berman and Harris Goldstein, MD, have been awarded a five-year, $3.8 million grant from the National Institute on Drug Abuse to study the interactions among methamphetamines and other drugs of abuse, antiretroviral therapeutics and HIV infection. The researchers hypothesize that methamphetamines and some anti-retrovirals weaken the integrity of the blood brain barrier, making it easier for HIV-infected white blood cells to enter the brain. Their research will also use a mouse model of HIV. Dr. Goldstein is professor of pediatrics and of microbiology & immunology and director of the Einstein-Rockefeller-CUNY Center for AIDS Research. He holds the Charles Michael Chair in Autoimmune Diseases at Einstein. (1R01DA044584-01) 

 

chandan-guhaChandan Guha MBBS, PhD, has been awarded a five-year, $2.3 million NIH grant to develop measures to prevent radiation-induced vascular injury (RIVI). In collaboration with Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Dr. Guha and colleagues will test whether the drug Thrombopoietin Mimetic can protect against vascular injuries caused by radiation. Dr. Guha is director of the Einstein Institute for Onco-physics, professor and vice chair of radiation oncology, and a professor of pathology and of urology at Einstein and Montefiore. (1U01AI133608-01) 

 

DavidFooksmanDavid Fooksman, PhDhas received a $417,500 R56 grant from the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute to investigate myeloid-cell regulation of plasma cell engraftment into bone marrow. Dr. Fooksman is an assistant professor of pathology and of microbiology & immunology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. 

Research

Experimental pathology aims to define disease in terms of fundamental molecular and cellular processes. Research in our Department is focused on critical issues in multiple disease classes. Areas of focus include 

Research in each of these areas is highly interactive, and the Department strives for a collegial atmosphere in which collaborations can flourish. This effort is conducted through a variety of department-level activities, including regular meetings to discuss work in progress and a departmental retreat at which students, postdoctoral fellows, residents and faculty all have opportunity to present and discuss their research.

Research Funding Program

The Department of Pathology has established a research funding program to encourage residents and fellows to participate in clinical pilot research projects. Up to $2,000 will be awarded per research project, for projects of up to two years in duration.

Research Faculty

Amanda Beck, DVM 

Geoffrey Childs, PhD 

Joan W. Berman, PhD 

Mahalia Desruisseaux, MD, PhD 

Amy Fox, MD  

David Fooksman, PhD  

Rachel Hazan, PhD 

Lawrence Herbst, DVM, PhD 

Huan Huang, MD 

Sunhee C. Lee, MD  

Fernando Macian, MD, PhD 

Maja Oktay, MD, PhD 

Harry Ostrer, MD 

Thomas J. Ow, MD 

Michael B. Prystowsky, MD, PhD 

Moshe Sadofsky, MD, PhD 

Laura Santambrogio, MD, PhD 

Bridget Shafit-Zagardo, PhD 

Herbert Tanowitz, MD 

Louis Weiss, MD 

 
 

Awards, Honors & Appointments

Michael PrystowskyMichael B. Prystowsky, MD, PhD, FCAP, Professor and University Chair of Pathology at Montefiore Einstein, has received the College of American Pathologists (CAP) President’s Honor. The award, which recognizes “outstanding and dedicated service to Pathology and to the College of American Pathologists,” was presented by Richard C. Friedberg, MD, PhD, FCAP, outgoing CAP President, at the CAP annual meeting in October. Dr. Friedberg thanked Dr. Prystowsky -- a longtime CAP fellow, a governor of the College, and a past chair and current vice chair of its Council on Education -- for his “thoughtful assessments” and “calm and analytical discussion, counsel and debate.” He added, “Michael’s enthusiasm to educate is legendary, and he has been a tremendous asset to the educational mission of the CAP. Residents around the world have benefitted from his analytical mind.”  Photo: Dr. Michael Prystowsky, right, with Dr. Richard Friedberg, immediate past president, College of American Pathologists, at the 2017 CAP annual meeting. 
 

Mark SuhrlandMark J. Suhrland, MD, director of cytology at Montefore and a professor of pathology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, has received the College of American Pathologists (CAP) Foundation’s 2017 Herbek Humanitarian Award. The award was presented to Dr. Suhrland by Karim Sirgi, MD, CAP Foundation President, at the 2017 CAP annual meeting held in National Harbor, MD, in October. The Herbek award is bestowed on a CAP Fellow who provides outstanding direct patient services to individuals in underserved communities through a See, Test & Treat program. The award includes a grant which Dr. Suhrland will use to fund the production of public health brochures aimed at educating parents about the importance of HPV vaccinations for pre-teens and teens. The brochures will be distributed to attendees at Montefiore’s See, Test & Treat event in spring 2018. Photo: Dr. Karim Sirgi, CAP Foundation president, left, presents Herbek Humanitarian Award to Dr. Mark Suhrland, at CAP17.  Read more. 

 laura Laura Santambrogio, MD, PhDprofessor of pathology, of microbiology & immunology, and of orthopaedic surgery at Einstein, has had a busy spring, summer and fall. In May, Dr. Santambrogio was an invited speaker at the American Association of Immunologists annual meeting in Washington, DC, where she also served as leader of the Immunology Teaching Interest Group and organized the Block Symposium on Antigen Processing and Presentation. In July, she was an invited speaker at a Symposium on Proteostasis and Aging, in San Francisco. In September, she served as co-organizer of the 9th International Conference on Annexins, held in Cold Spring Harbor, NY. In October, she was an invited speaker at Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA; Instituto Galeazzi, Milan, Italy; and Instituto Gaslini, Genoa, Italy. 

 

 James_SzymansiRandin NelsonRandin Nelson, MD, and James Szymanski, MD, are recent recipients of the AABB-Fenwal Transfusion Medicine Fellows (TMF) Scholarship Award. Funded by Fresnius Kabi, the TMF Awards Program recognizes professionals with a Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree who are current fellows in a Transfusion Medicine program or training program that includes at least one continuous year in Transfusion Medicine training. Recipients receive a $1,500 honorarium. 

Drs. Nelson and Szymanski are both graduates of the Montefiore Einstein Pathology Residency Program. Dr. Nelson completed his residency in 2014 and went on to do a two-year fellowship in Transfusion Medicine at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, MD. He recently joined Montefiore Einstein as director of the Stem Cell Processing Laboratory and assistant director of Transfusion Services. Dr. Szymanski completed his residency in 2016. He is presently a fellow in Transfusion Medicine at the NIH. 

 

 MayaMaja H. Oktay, PhD, MD, has been promoted to the rank of Professor of Pathology. Dr. Oktay is a co-author of a study recently published in Science Translational Medicine (To read more, see Recently Published Research). 

 

 

 

 Nicole PanarelliNicole C. Panarelli, MD, has been promoted to the rank of Associate Professor of Pathology.  

 


 

 

 

 LeanaSerannoLeana Serrano-Rahman, MPH, (MT) ASCP, (CQA) ASQ, Blood Bank Manager, Moses, Weiler and Wakefield Divisions, is the lead author of a study, “Blood Management: One Hospital System Experience,” which was selected for display at the annual meeting of the AABB, held in San Diego, CA, in October. The study showed how an interdisciplinary committee successfully collaborated to reduce blood-product expenditures at Montefiore by nearly $1M in 2016 (as compared to 2015) despite higher patient volumes and a more complicated patient mix. Ms. Serrano-Rahman’s co-authors are Mallika Gupta, MBA, MPH, senior business operations consultant, Performance Excellence department; Susan Solometo, former vice president, Clinical Services; Ronald P. Walsh, MD, associate director, Transfusion Services; and Joan M.Uehlinger, MD, director of Transfusion Services at Montefiore and professor of pathology and of medicine (hematology) at Einstein. Ms. Serrano-Rahman represented the group in a poster session at the AABB meeting. The abstract will be printed in Transfusionthe AABB journal.   

RECENTLY PUBLISHED RESEARCH

In recent months, research studies by Pathology Department faculty members and trainees have been published in prestigious, peer-reviewed scientific journals.   View a sampling of these articles here.  

 

TRAINEE SPOTLIGHT

 

Matias Jaureguiberry-BravoMatias Jaureguiberry-Bravo, PhD 5th Year:  

Exploring a Novel Approach to Preventing HIV-Associated Brain Disorders    

  

 

NEW FACES

Welcome! 

New Faculty 

 

   

Debora Nautcsh Deborah Nautsch, MD, , has joined the Department of Pathology, in the Division of Surgical Pathology at Montefiore Medical Center, Montefiore New Rochelle and Montefiore Mount Vernon. Dr. Nautsch comes to us from InCyte Diagnostics in Yakima, WA. She earned her medical degree at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 2011, and completed a Pathology Fellowship in GI/Liver at Montefiore in 2016.

 

 

  

Jennifer Oliver Jennifer Oliver-Krasinski, MD, has joined Montefiore Einstein as an attending physician in pediatric pathology, division of surgical pathology.

 

 

  

Shwerta Gera Shweta Gera, MD has joined Montefiore Einstein as an attending physician in cytology. Dr. Gera completed a fellowship in cytology at Montefiore Einstein in June 2017.

 

 

  

Randin Nelson Randin Nelson, MD, a 2014 graduate of the Montefiore Einstein Pathology Department’s residency program, has joined Montefiore Einstein as director, Stem Cell Processing Laboratory, and assistant director, Transfusion Services. 

 

New Residents  

RidinRidin Balakrishnan, MD. Dr. Balakrishnan comes to the Montefiore Einstein from Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar. 

 

 

Angela-BaldwinAngela Baldwin, MD, MPH. Dr. Baldwin earned her medical degree at Howard University College of Medicine and her MPH at University of California San Francisco.

 

 

Mohammad-BarouqaMohammad Barouqa, MD. Dr. Barouqa is a graduate of the University of Jordan Faculty of Medicine in Amman, Jordan.

 

 

George-LominadzeGeorge Lominadze, MD, MPH, PhD. Dr. Lominadze is a graduate of Tbilisi and Ilia State Medical University in Tbilisi, Georgia.

 

 

Lin-WangLin Wang, MD, PhD. Dr. Wang received his medical degree from Heibei Medical University in Shijiazhuange, Heibei, China, and his PhD from the University of California San Francisco.

 

2017 - 2018 Fellows     

 BeamonAgarwa
Beamon Agarwal, MD, PhD
Hematopathology
 
 Abul Azad
Abul Azad, PhD
Molecular Genetics, ABMGG
 
 Aegean Chan Burnett
Aegean Chan Burnett, MD
Dermatopathology
 
 Mohammad Eskandari
Mohammad Eskandari, MD
Molecular Genetics
 
 Sonali Lanjewar
Sonali Lanjewar, MD
Women’s Health
 
 Patricia Raciti
Patricia Raciti, MD 
Dermatopathology
 
 Gloria Ramos-Rivera
 Gloria Ramos-Rivera, MD
Cytopathology
 
 Saed Sadeghi
Saed Sadeghi, MD
Hematopathology
 
 Sheila Segura
Sheila Segura, MD
Cytopathology
 
 Wei Zhang
Wei Zhang, MD, PhD
GI/Liver
 

Welcome Back!  

  

 Bing HanBing Han, PhD, a post-doctoral fellow in Pathology, Division of Parasitology and Tropical Medicine, has joined the Weiss Laboratory. Dr. Han comes to Einstein from the State Key Laboratory of Silkworm Genome Biology, Southwest University, Chongqing, China, where he earned his doctoral degree. He previously trained in the Weiss Laboratory as a visiting student. 

  

Congratulations! 

Newly Minted PhDs  

The following graduate students successfully defended their doctoral theses:

 Nicole AnayannisNicole Anayannis PhD   

Mentor: Michael B. Prystowsky, MD, PhD 

Thesis Topic: “HPV-16 E2 Disruption and E6 and E7 Expression in Relation to Clinical Outcome in Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma”

 

 Nicole AnayannisIgnacio Guerrero-Ros, PhD 

Mentor:  Fernando Macian-Juan, MD, PhD  

Thesis Topic: “Lipid Challenge Negatively Affects Macroautophagy and Results in Reduced CD4 + T Cell Function” 

 

 Mike VeenstraMike Veenstra, PhD  

Mentor: Joan W. Berman, PhD 

Thesis Topic: “Mechanisms of Viral Seeding and Inflammation of CNS: Potential Therapeutics and Biomarkers for NeuroAIDS”

 

 RamaYakubuRama R. Yakubu, PhD   

Mentor: Louis M. Weiss, MD, MPH 

Thesis Topic: “The Arginine Monomethylome of Toxoplasma gondii and an examination of the role of MAG-1”  

Dr. Yakubu, an MD/PhD candidate, is currently working toward his medical degree at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. 

 

Recent Programs and Events  

Welcome Breakfast for New Residents - July 5   

The five incoming residents received a warm welcome from the Pathology Department’s faculty, residents and staff. Click to view photo. 

  

Residents Farewell Dinner - June 8   

Outgoing residents Evan Himchak, MD; Etan Marks, DO; Lauren McLemore, DO; Gloria Ramos-Rivera, MD; and Elizabeth Stuart Richards, MD, were honored at a festive celebration held at the Westchester Country Club in Rye, NY. Michael Prystowsky, MD, PhD, Professor and University Chair of Pathology at Montefiore and Einstein, congratulated the residents, thanked them for their outstanding dedication and service, and wished them well.  

All five residents were accepted to prestigious fellowship programs: Dr. Himchak in hematopathology (ACGME) at City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center, Duarte, CA; Dr. Marks in hematopathology at NYU Langone Health; Dr. McLemore in surgical pathology at MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX ; Dr. Ramos-Rivera in cytology at Montefiore. Dr. Richards is currently completing a fellowship in gastrointestinal and hepatopathology, University of Washington, Seattle. She will begin a second fellowship in general surgical pathology at Stanford University.  

The Davidoff Society Student Award went to Drs. Evan Himchak, Etan Marks and Gloria Ramos-Rivera, for their outstanding service as chief residents. Dr. Amy S. Fox presented the Resident Research Award to Dr. Marks. 

Pathology Department Annual Retreat 2017 - May 30  

Highlights of this year’s Pathology Department Annual Retreat included a poster session featuring the work of 30 students, post-docs, residents and fellows; oral presentations by predoctoral fellows Alex K. Ray (Mentor: Dr. Bridget Shafit-Zagardo), Rama R. Yakubu (Mentor: Dr. Louis M. Weiss), Matias Jaureguiberry-Bravo (Mentor: Dr. Joan W. Berman) and Mike Veenstra (Mentor: Dr. Joan W. Berman). Keynote speaker Alex Y. Huang, MD, PhD, associate professor of pediatrics, pathology, BME and general medical sciences, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, gave an inspiring presentation on “Cdk5 and PD-L1: Modulators of Immune Responses.” Click to view photo gallery.     

See, Test & Treat 2017 - May 13   

Funded by the College of American Pathologists (CAP) Foundation, See, Test & Treat offers uninsured and underinsured women from the Bronx free cancer screenings, onsite test results and referrals to follow up care. The Pathology Department spearheads this annual program at Montefiore in collaboration with the Departments of Radiology and of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Women’s Health. Click to read more and view photos.  

 

 Medical Laboratory Professionals Week 2017 - April 23 - 29   

The Montefiore-Einstein community marked this year’s Medical Laboratory Professionals Week with a series of educational programs and social events. Themed All-Stars Laboratory Team: Teaming Up for Patient Care, activities were held on all campuses to honor the diverse and dedicated group of individuals from the Montefiore-Einstein Pathology Department who staff our medical laboratories. Click to view photo gallery. 

 

 
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