2019 Annual Research Day

Posted on Wednesday, February 14, 2018

ANNUAL RESEARCH DAY WINNERS 2019

Nadia Mikhael Award for Best Paper presented by a Junior Resident  

Winner: Dr. Kristina- Ana Klaric

SOX10 AS A MARKER OF BASAL LIKE BREAST CANCER

Klaric, Kristina-Ana 1, Karama Asleh-Aburaya2, Xiu Qing Wang2, Tadros Atalla1, Sarah Strickland1, Torsten O. Nielsen2 and Zuzana Kos1

1Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa, ON, Canada

2Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Genetic Pathology Evaluation Centre, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada

2nd Best paper by a Junior Resident

Winner: Dr. Anthea Lafreniere

IMPLEMENTATION OF A DATA-DRIVEN APPROACH TO CONTINUOUS QUALITY IMPROVEMENT IN THE GROSSING LABORATORY

Lafreniere, Anthea, Pyatibrat S, Purgina B, Parks W, Swift, J MLT, Stinson J, Teo IYH

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

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

Winner: Dr. Ashley Flaman

IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL EVALUATION OF GATA3, CK13 AND CK17 AS MARKERS FOR THE DIAGNOSIS OF DIFFERENTIATED VULVAR INTRAEPITHELIAL NEOPLASIA

Flaman, Ashley N, Strickland, S, and Paliga, A.

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

Best Poster Presentation by a Resident

Winner: Dr. Vincent Deslandes

TIME FROM DRAWING TO LOADING OF BLOOD CULTURE BOTTLES, AND TIME TO POSITIVITY IN THE CONTEXT OF LABORATORY CONSOLIDATION: A ONE YEAR RETROSPECTIVE STUDY

Vincent Deslandes1, N. Sant1-2-3 and M. Desjardins1-2-3

1University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON. 2The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute, Ottawa, ON. 3Eastern Ontario Regional Laboratory Association

Best Poster/Platform presentation by an undergraduate/graduate student

Winner: Brittany Ann Ruschkowski

GASTROSCHISIS IS ASSOCIATED WITH PLACENTAL DISTAL VILLOUS IMMATURITY

Ruschkowski, Brittany  Ann, Anthea Lafreniere, Dina El Demellawy, David Grynspan

Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario

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

Winners:

Ashley Esteves, Chloé Rozon, William Phillips

OOCYTE DONATION AND ABNORMAL PLACENTAL PATHOLOGICAL FINDINGS

Ashley Esteves BScH1, Chloé Rozon BScH1, Jennifer Clancy BSc2, Karen Fung Kee Fung MD FRCSC2, Dina El Demellawy MD PhD FRCPC3

1 Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa;

2 Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, The Ottawa Hospital;

3 Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, CHEO

THE RISK OF INTRAUTERINE GROWTH (IUGR) IN OOCYTE DONATION PREGNANCIES COMPARED TO OTHER METHODS OF ASSISTED REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGY (ART) AND NATURAL CONCEPTION: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

1Chloé Rozon, 1Mofeedah Al Shammary, 2Ashley Shaw, 1Vanessa Bacal,    2Danielle Menzier-Toman, 2Arielle Weir, 3Ken Tang, 4Joseph de Nanassy,           2Dina El Demellawy

1The University of Ottawa, 2Department of Pathology; The Children’s Hospital       of Eastern Ontario, 3The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario’s Research        Institute, 4The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario

HIGH LEVELS OF NEUROENDOCRINE DIFFERENTIATION DISTINGUISHESBASALOID VARIANT OF SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA; IMMUNOHISTOCHEMICAL AND MOLECULAR EVIDENCE

Kianoosh Keyhanian, Presented by William J Phillips, Chi Lai, Marcio Gomes, Bryan Lo, Harman S. Sekhon

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

Best Peer reviewed publication in clinical pathology and laboratory medicine sponsored by Dr. Jean Michaud

Winner: Kianoosh Keyhanian

COMBINATION OF MCM2 WITH Ki67 AND P16 IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY CAN DISTINGUISH UTERINE LEIOMYOSARCOMA

Kianoosh Keyhanian MD MSc1, Janice M Lage MD FRCPC FCAP2, Elizaveta

Chernetsova MD3, Harman Sekhon MD MSc PhD FCAP4, Zohreh Eslami MD PhD

FRCPC *5, Shahidul Islam MD PhD FCAP *6

1-4 and 6 Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of Ottawa, Ottawa,

Ontario, Canada

5 The Scarborough Hospital, Pathology Department, Scarborough, Ontario, Canada

Dr. M. Orizaga Award for Best Teacher

Winner: Dr. Aleksandra Paliga

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