Congratulations to the three Winners from the 2017 Winter Resident Research Competition:
First place: Dr. Stehanie L. Skala
University of Michigan, “Foxl1: A Lineage-Specific Marker for Detection of Primary & Metastatic Chromophobe Renal Cell Carcinoma"
Second place: Dr. Eman Abdulfatah
Wayne State University, “Does Loss of Heterozygosity Impact Prognosis in Uterine Serous Carcinoma?"
Third place: Dr. Keshan Khalid
Wayne State University, “Significance of Subtractive Coordinate Immunoreactivity Pattern (SCIP) Approach in Diagnostic Cytology of Serous Fluid"
Congratulations to the three Winners from the 2016 Winter Resident Research Competition:
1st Place – Rahman Chaudhry
Institution: Wayne State University
Title: Triple Negative Breast Cancer in African American Women: Effect of Androgen Receptor and Histone Gene Expression on Survival
2nd Place – Stephanie Skala
Institution: University of Michigan
Title: Use of Clinical Grade FISH Assays for Identification of MiT Family Translocation – Associated Renal Cell Carcinoma (t-RCC) and TFEB Amplified Renal Cell Carcinoma
3rd place – 2 winners
A. Laura Favazza- Henry Ford Hospital
Title: Assessment of the Immune Microenvironment in Estrogen Receptor Positive Early Invasive Breast Cancers and its Correlation to Clinicopathologic Parameters
B. Fayez Daaboul– Wayne State University
Title: Do African Americans with Low Risk Prostate Cancer on Needle biopsy (Eligible for Active Surveillance), Have More Aggressive Pathology in Radical Prostatectomy Specimens Compared to Their European American Counterparts?
Congratulations to the three Winners from the 2015 Winter Resident Research Competition:
Laura Favazza (Henry Ford Hospital)
“Reproducibility of ONCOTYPE Dx recurrence score using Magee equations in breast cancer”
Brie Kezlarian (Henry Ford Hospital)“The presence and expression of AMP-C type and extended spectrum beta-lactamases may lead to false identification of Ertapenem resistant Enterobacteriaceae as a result of lowered CLSI breakpoints”
Amarpreet Bhalla (Detroit Medical Center/WSU)
“ MicroRNA analysis identified PTEN loss in goblet cell carcinoid of appendix in comparison to well-differentiated neuroendocrine tumors”
miRNA analysis iden.fied PTEN loss in goblet cell carcinoid of appendix - 5 MB