Department of Pathology, Microbiology and Immunology at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Diagnosis to Discovery

Alice Coogan - Department Interim Chair

A Message from the Interim Chair:

Welcome to the Department of Pathology, Microbiology & Immunology at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. This website will give you a glance at our complex, multi-faceted department. We are proud of the cutting-edge research carried out by our faculty and trainees. The work ranges from basic science investigations in microbial pathogenesis, immunobiology and cancer biology to clinical and translational research defining the current and future practice of pathology. Our highly regarded educational programs include a highly sought after residency program in anatomic and/or clinical pathology, PhD granting graduate programs in microbe-host interactions and molecular pathology and immunology, and abundant opportunities for clinical or postdoctoral research training. We also now offer a highly innovative course for undergraduate students at Vanderbilt. Finally, we take great pride in providing state-of-the-art pathology services to the patients of Vanderbilt University Medical Center and beyond.

 


PMI Seminar Series

PMI Seminar is on Mondays at Noon on Zoom.

Click here for Fall 2020 schedule.

 

Next Seminar:

PMI Seminar 10/05 at Noon on Zoom with Justin Balko, PharmD, PhD!

This week:

Monday, September 28

  • PMI Seminar - Resumes 10/5

Tuesday, September 29

  • VI4 Seminar - 10:30 am, Zoom - See Calendar for details
    Jason McLellan, PhD

    “Structure-Function Studies of the SARS-CoV-2 Spike and Development of COVID-19 Interventions”

Wednesday, September 30

  • Surgical Pathology Unknowns Conference - 12:00 pm, Zoom - See Calendar for details
    Mirna Podoll, MD

    “Ovarian Neoplasms”
  • Pathophysiology Journal Club - 1:00 pm, Zoom - See Calendar for details
    Clint Holt

Thursday, October 1

  • AP Seminar - 12:00 pm, Zoom - See Calendar for details
    Shoujun Chen, MD, PhD

    “The potential role of GATA3 in the prognosis of breast cancer in the era of molecular subtype”
  • Molecular Pathogenesis Trainee (MPT) Seminar - 1:00 pm, Zoom - See Calendar for details
    Jing Li (Goettel Lab)
    Victoria Stephens (Osteen Lab)

Friday, September 25

  • Immunology Journal Club - 12:00 pm, Zoom - See Calendar for details
    Ariel Raybuck (Boothby Lab)
  • Lab Medicine Rounds - 12:00 pm, Zoom - See Calendar for details
    TBD

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