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December 2014 
Volume 1 | Issue 2

Happy Holidays!

Welcome to the December edition of PALM Post! From everyone at the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, we wish you a happy holiday and a wonderful new year! 

It's the season of giving:

Food Drive Challenge Recap

The Department embraced the holiday season with our annual donation to the London Food Bank. Hundreds of canned goods and everyday supplies were generously donated.

Commitment to Community

Ronald Mcdonald House: On December 2nd, twelve staff members from University Hospital Pathology prepared and cooked a meal for families staying at Ronald McDonald House. 

Toy Mountain Toy Drive

This year, the staff in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine decided that rather than a traditional gift exchange, we would prefer to contribute to something more meaningful, so we asked everyone for ideas.

News Stories

Update In PathologyClosed for the holidays

December 24, 2014 to January 4, 2015
If you have any questions, please contact Jane O’Brien, AVP Human Resources at extension 84261.View memo from President Chakma. Read more
Update In PathologyEmbracing a personal challenge

When Zia Khan, PhD, received the opportunity to come back to Canada to work at Schulich Medicine & Dentistry, he set some goals focused on teaching and administration. And while it meant he had to step out of his comfort zone, he was committed and has never looked back. Read more
Update In PathologyPublications

All recorded publications credited at our facilities (faulty members and students) for 2014 are now published on the department's website.  Read more
Update In PathologyDepartment clothing now ordered

Department Clothing has now been ordered and will be ready for pickup on January 7, 2014. Proudly represent your department by wearing a department t shirt, hooded sweater, or fleece jacket! While supplies last!  Read more
Update In PathologyEcosystem health research update

Dr. Jack Bend and two of the health researchers from Walpole Island attended the first Indigenous Health Conference: Challenging Health Inequities, held November 20-21, 2014 at the University of Toronto Conference Centre. Read more

Upcoming Events

Update In PathologyNew Faculty Lecture Series - Dr. Lisa Cameron

Role of the PGD2-CRTh2 Pathway in Asthma; From Gene Regulation to Personalized Medicine. 

Friday, January 9, 2015 | Read more
Update In PathologyPathology & Laboratory Medicine Grand Rounds

Recent changes in cervical cancer screening in Canada - The 2014 Canadian Society of Cytology Kulcsar Lecture. 

January 15 , 2104 |  Read more
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