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Past Pathology Retreats

NYU Langone’s Department of Pathology hosts an annual retreat to highlight the work of our faculty and trainees. For more details about past retreats, login to our intranet community (Kerberos ID and password required for access).

2019 Pathology Retreat

Our sixth annual retreat, held on June 14, 2019, featured a full slate of researchers presenting their recent findings.

Speakers and Topics

Aravinda Chakravarti, PhD, Director, Center for Human Genetics and Genomics
Keynote Speaker
“The Genetic Pathology of Hirschsprung Disease”

Timothy Chan, MD, PhD, Professor, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Keynote Speaker
“Genetic Foundations of Immunotherapy Response”

Navneet Narula, MD, Professor
“Atheroembolic Basis of Peripheral Artery Disease: Mechanistic and Genetic Considerations”

Christopher M. William, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor
“Dissection of the Genetic Basis for Neurodevelopmental Impairment in Down Syndrome Model Mice”

Matija Snuderl, MD, Associate Professor
“PURE: Analysis of Cancer Cells Using Dielectrophoretic (DEP) Array Capture and Digital Sorting of Single Cells from FFPE”

Rana Moubarak, PhD, Instructor
“The Histone Demethylase PHF8 Epigenetically Regulates TGF Signaling to Promote Melanoma Metastasis”

Sascha Kahlfuss, MD, Postdoctoral Fellow
“Immunodeficiency Due to Mutations in ORAI1 and STIM1”

Odise Cenaj, MD, Assistant Professor
“Molecular Correlates of Dysplasia Subtypes in Sessile Serrated Polyps and Their Relationship to Invasive Adenocarcinoma”

Boris Reizis, PhD, Professor
“Extracellular DNA as an Antigen”

George Jour, MD, Assistant Professor
“c-APM/MAPK Dysregulation and Its Impact on Survival Response to Immunotherapy in Advanced Melanomas”

Aswin Natarajan, PhD, Instructor
“Molecular Determinants Involved in TCR Proximal Signaling”

Deborah F. DeLair, MD, Associate Professor
“Microsatellite Instability Detection Through Next Generation Sequencing”

Sergei B. Koralov, PhD, Associate Professor
“Dissecting Molecular and Environmental Triggers of CTCL Pathogenesis”

Doug Allison, MD, Resident
“Early Onset Colorectal Adenocarcinomas Are More Likely to Have Poor Prognostic Features: In Support of the New ACS Colorectal Cancer Screening Guidelines”

Andrea Hernandez, DO, Clinical Assistant Professor
“Programmed Death-Ligand 1 (PD-L1) Immunohistochemistry on Cytology Cell Blocks in Non-Small Cell Lung Carcinoma”

Matthew Witkowski, PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow
“The Relapsed B-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia Immune Microenvironment”