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Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine: New News Winter 2020-21

Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine: New News Winter 2020-21 Announcements Dennis Jones, PhD, Assistant Professor of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine, has been named the 2021 Dahod Assistant Professor; he will collaborate with Dr. Andrew Emili to identify immunosuppressive molecules contained in cancer cell derived-exosomes and investigate their impact on T cells, a type of immune […]

Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine: New News Fall 2020

Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine: New News Fall 2020 Announcements Anna Belkina has been elected as the 2020-2024 Councilor for the International Society for Advancement of Cytometry (ISAC) Successful CAP Inspection: Dr Beckwith and his inspection team were most complimentary about the work of the department. They recognized the important roles that faculty, support […]

Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine: New News Summer 2020

Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine: New News Summer 2020 Announcements During the 2020 SARS CoV-2 pandemic Pathology Laboratory Sciences graduate students past and present stepped up to support the department in a major way. Manisha Cole (GMS 2021) and recent graduates Kyle de la Cena (GMS 2020) and Morgan Thompson (2017) have been instrumental in setting up and supporting the […]

Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine: New News Spring 2020

Please find below a summary of reported activities in the department. As Summer approaches we are emerging from a most remarkable experience of dealing with the SARS Cov-2 pandemic.  Our clinical laboratory team: Lab Medicine, Pathology and colleagues in the CReM brought clinical testing forward to support the hospital, in record time.  The group worked […]

COVID-19 Essential Service: March 23, 2020

COVID-19 ESSENTIAL SERVICES EXHIBIT A OF THE ORDER OF THE GOVERNOR ASSURING CONTINUED OPERATION OF ESSENTIAL SERVICES IN THE COMMONWEALTH, CLOSING CERTAIN WORKPLACES AND PROHIBITING GATHERINGS OF MORE THAN 10 PEOPLE March 23, 2020 Governor Charlie Baker issued an emergency order requiring all businesses and organizations that do not provide “COVID-19 Essential Services” to close […]

From BMC Communications: COVID-19 Updates; 3/13 @ 8:09 AM

FROM BMC COMMUNICATION: Dear Colleagues, Please read below for today’s updates. A Note about Mask Usage and Conservation No employee should have a mask on as they walk through the hospital unless they are caring for a patient on precautions in that patient’s room, or are transporting a patient on precautions. We need everyone’s help […]

COVID-19 Information; 3/12/2020 @ 6:56 AM

Boston University Medical Campus Office of the Associate Provost GMS Dear GMS Faculty, Staff, and Students, Today’s letters from President Brown is the university’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and how we will make adjustments in the interests of all our BU community members. The change to remote teaching will begin next Monday (March 16th) […]

COVID-19 Information; 3/12/2020 @ 6:54 AM

Dear Colleagues: Study teams should be thinking about possible disruptions as a result of the COVID 19 novel coronavirus.  The IRB has posted a set of FAQs that will be updated frequently.  You can also contact the IRB at or 617-358-5372. Sincerely, John F. Ennever MD, PhD, CIP Director, Office of Human Research Affairs […]

COVID-19 Notice; 03/12/2020 @6:53 AM

  To: BUSM Faculty, Staff and Students From: Karen Antman, MD, BUMC Provost and BUSM Dean Date: March 11, 2020 Re: COVID-19 Update BU President Brown’s letter today explains the University’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. All non-clinical teaching will be online from March 16 through at least April 13, 2020.  Third- and fourth-year MD Students […]

COVID-19 News

Boston University Office of the President One Silber Way Boston, Massachusetts 02215 March 11, 2020 Dear Friends, Over the past few months, our leadership team has closely monitored the growing impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak both internationally and locally. Our first priority is to ensure the health and well-being of our community, while also […]