Student Spotlight

Pathology Alumni Spotlight: Tyler Lebner, MS

Tyler Lebner, MS, is a 2023 graduate of the Master of Science in Pathology Laboratory Sciences Program. He currently works on the pathology team at Concord Biomedical Engineering and Emerging Technologies (CBSET) in Lexington, Massachusetts. While at BU, Tyler completed his master’s research at the National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratories (NEIDL), where he focused on […]

PhD Student Spotlight: Anna Tseng

Anna Tseng is a current PhD student in the Department of Virology, Immunology & Microbiology through the Graduate Medical Sciences Program in Biomedical Sciences (PiBS). She graduated in 2022 with a Master of Science in Pathology Laboratory Sciences. Currently, Anna is conducting her PhD research under Assistant Professor of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine Nick Crossland, […]

Alumni Spotlight: Nola Tochukwu Ihejirika, MS

Nola Tochukwu Ihejirika, MS, is a 2021 graduate of the Masters of Science in Pathology Laboratory Sciences program at Boston University Graduate Medical Sciences. She is currently a research technician at the COVID-19 Biorepository and the Biospecimen Archive Research Core at Boston Medical Center, with aspirations to pursue a PhD. While at GMS, Nola performed […]

Steinbuck Thesis Defense

BUSM Pathology & Laboratory Medicine   Dissertation Defense Seminar   Monday, July 18, 2016; 12:00 PM 670 Albany Street – Lobby Level #107/108   Martin Steinbuck PhD Candidate ~~~~~~~~~~~ Will defend his dissertation thesis: “NOVEL T-CELL RECEPTOR MEDIATED MECHANISMS OF NOTCH ACTIVATION AND SIGNALING” ~~~~~~~~~~~                  

Congratulations to Three Recent Graduates!

Hearty Congratulations to: Dr. Parul Agnihotri, Dr. Melody Lun, and Dr. Nicole Stauffer Smith!     Parul Agnihotri, PhD Susan Winandy Lab Parul successfully defended her thesis “The Role of Ikaros in Foxo1-Driven Gene Expression in CD4 T Cells” on Friday, April 8th! Melody Lun, MD/PhD Maria Lehtinen Lab Melody successfully defended her thesis “Coordination of […]

Congratulations to Dr. Atsushi Ebata!

Atsushi Ebata, PhD      successfully defended his thesis: “Development of TDP-43 Granule Inhibitors as Potential Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis/Frontotemporal Lobar Degeneration Therapies”  on Thursday, November, 15th, 2015!