2018 Annual Research Day

Posted on Wednesday, February 14, 2018

ANNUAL RESEARCH DAY WINNERS 2018

 

Nadia Mikhael Award for Best Paper presented by a Junior Resident  

Winner: Dr. Ashley Flaman

 

UTILITY OF CORE NEEDLE BIOPSY IN RETROPERITONEAL LIPOSARCOMA: A FIFTEEN YEAR REVIEW

Ashley N. Flaman, Carolyn Nessim, Denis H. Gravel, Iris Y.H. Teo, Bibianna M. Purgina

Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, The Ottawa Hospital and University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, Canada

 

2nd Best paper by a Junior Resident

Winner: Dr. Osama Khan

 

NEURONAL INTRANUCLEAR RODS IN THE HUMAN SUBSTANTIA NIGRA ACROSS THE AGE SPECTRUM

Osama Khan1 ,  Capitano, M. 1, Fan, S. 1, Paul, A.1, Michaud, J. 2 Woulfe1, J.

1 Division of Anatomical Pathology, The Ottawa Hospital / University of Ottawa, Ottawa, 2 Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario

 

Virbala Acharya Award for Best Presentation by a Senior Resident or Fellow

Winner: Dr. Kianoosh Keyhanian

 

COMBINATION OF CYCLIN D1 AND MCM2 IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY CAN RELIABLY DISTINGUISH UTERINE LEIOMYOSARCOMAS

Kianoosh Keyhanian, Lage J, Chernetsova E, Eslami Z, Islam S.

Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Eastern Ontario Regional Laboratory Association & The Ottawa Hospital, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa.

 

2nd Best paper by a Senior Resident or Fellow

Winner: Dr. Tina Tang

HISTOPATHOLOGICAL STUDY ON THE PATHOGENESIS OF INTRATARSAL KERATINOUS CYST

Tina Tang, Brownstein Seymour, Chen Henry,  Jordan David,  Blanco Paula, Farmer James

Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, The Ottawa Hospital, EORLA and The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, Ottawa, ON, Canada

 

Best Poster Presentation by a Resident

Winner: Dr. Jordan Sim

 

SURFACE GLYCANS: POTENTIAL BIOMARKERS TO DISTINGUISH INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE-ASSOCIATED NEOPLASIA FROM SPORADIC COLORECTAL NEOPLASIA

Jordan Sim, Goo Lee, Sergey Pyatibrat, Alton B Farris, Charles Parkos, Jennifer Brazil

Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Eastern Ontario Regional Laboratory Association & The Ottawa Hospital, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa.

 

2nd Best Poster Presentation by a Resident

Winner: Dr. Anthea Lafreniere and Dr. Mario Capitano

 

VALIDATION OF AN EFFICIENT METHOD FOR APPLYING STEREOLOGY TO CLINICAL PATHOLOGY PRACTICE

Anthea Lafreniere, Zhou Y, Bainbridge S,  Ball CG, Moretti F, Gaudet L, Grynspan D

Division of Anatomical Pathology, The Ottawa Hospital / University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario

 

PANCREATIC NEUROENDOCRINE TUMORS COMPLICATED BY SINISTRAL PORTAL HYPERTENSION: INSIGHTS INTO PATHOGENESIS

Mario Capitano MD1, D. Blair Macdonald MD2, Guillaume Martel MD3, Sergey Pyatibrat1, Goo Lee MD1, Terence N. Moyana MD1

1Dept of Pathology & Lab Medicine, 2Dept of Medical Imaging, 3Division of Hepatobiliary Surgery. The Ottawa Hospital and University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

 

Best Poster/Platform presentation by an undergraduate/graduate student

Winner: Saadia Khiljil

 

INSIGHTS INTO THE REGULATION OF MYOGENIC ENHANCERS IN EARLY MYOBLAST DIFFERENTIATION

Saadia Khilji, Munerah Hamed, Qiao Li

Cellular and Molecular Medicine with specialization in Pathology and Experimental Medicine

 

2nd Best Poster/Platform presentation by an undergraduate/graduate student

Winner: Munerah Hamed

 

REXINOID SIGNALING PROMOTES MYOGENIC DIFFERENTIATION THROUGH A DIRECT REGULATION OF MyoD

Munerah Hamed, Qiao Li

1Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario K1H 8M5, Canada

2Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario K1H 8M5, Canada

 

Dr. M. Orizaga Award for Best Teacher

Winner: Dr. Sergey Pyatibrat

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