Members of the department took part in the March For Science,
April 22, 2017. Banner carriers: Dr. Debra Leonard, Sara Kwolek &
Dr. Sharon Mount. Also, in view are Doug Taatjes,Ph.D., and Dr. Rebecca
Wilcox. (Apr 2017)
Dr. Yvonne Janssen-Heininger, Ph.D.,
was chosen as the featured Woman in Science by the Society for Redox
Biology and Medicine! She got pretty colorful with some of her answers,
so definitely worth a read. (Mar 2017) Click here to check it out.
Dr. Iwona Buskiewicz, Ph.D., publishes study in Science Signaling, revealing potential key to alternative Lupus treatment. Details...... (Feb.2017)
Genomic Medicine Laboratory Now Open!
read more... (01/2017)
LCOM - Foundations Awards
Pamela Gibson, M.D. won the AMWA Gender Equity Award, which honors a male or female faculty member who promotes a gender-fair environment for the education and training of physicians and gender diversity in the field. Pam is Co-advisor of the Gender and Sexuality Alliance. (01/2017)
Rebecca Wilcox, M.D. won the Foundations Course Director Award, and her Nutrition, Metabolism, and Gastrointestinal System (NMGI) course won Outstanding Foundations Course Award. Rebecca was also nominated for the Foundations Teaching Award. (01/2017)
Mark Fung, M.D., Ph.D. and Andy Goodwin, M.D. were also nominated for the Silver Stethoscope awards, which recognizes the faculty member who had few lecture hours, but made a substantial contribution to students’ education. (01/2017)
Dr.Yvonne Janssen-Heininger receives Inaugural NHLBI Outstanding Investigator Award and her lab team has received an NIH SMART (sequential, multiple assignment, randomized trial) program grant......read more. (Dec 2016)
Professor Emeritus Dr. Nicholas Heintz has been awarded
the 2016 UVM President's Distinguished Citizenship and Service Award,
which recognizes members of the University of Vermont faculty who have
established a consistent and over time outstanding record of service
to the University community. The award is designed to acknowledge
exceptional service by an individual who is recognized as a true
university citizen for contributions to institutional building at the
University. (Sept. 2016)
Dr.Yvonne Janssen-Heininger featured on Obesity and Lung Disease Podcast; from
a series of articles for which Yvonne acted as the editor to
highlight the importance of obesity and lung disease. A number
of her colleagues within the VLC contributed to this series,
including Jason Bates, Anne Dixon and Ben Suratt. (June 2016)
Our department's own Doug Taatjes, Ph.D., has been appointed Editor in Chief for the Americas for the journal Histochemistry and Cell Biology.(Jan. 2016)
Two of our own faculty members were honored at the
UVMMG Annual Awards Reception.....
Dr. Niki Sidiropoulos, M.D. received the Junior Investigator
award, which rewards exemplary performance in representing faculty in the
advancement of medical research.
Dr. Rebecca Wilcox, M.D. received the Graduate Medical
Education Teacher of the Year Award, which recognizes a faculty member
withÂ demonstrated excellence in teaching and mentoring, who goes above and
beyond to stimulate intellectual curiousity, excelling in patient care and
professionalism in the residents she supervises, and serves as a soruce of
inspiration as a person and as a physician.
Congratulations Rebecca and Niki - we are so proud to call you
members of our department! (Dec 2015)
Congratulations to Jan Schwarz...her image of human colonic mucosa, "Surf's Up" won the JEOL monthly image contest for November 2015. Image was taken on the JEOL JSM-1400 TEM. Nice work Jan!!! (NOV 2015)
David Heppner, PhD, a post-doc in Albert van der Vliet’s lab, received the result for his F32 fellowship resubmission to NIH; a priority score of 10, and a 1% ranking. This is the highest possible score! (NOV 2015)
Dr. Russ Tracy, Ph.D., Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, and Interim Senior Associate Dean for Research, has been named a 2015 Distinguished Scientist by the American Heart Association. (OCT 2015) Read more.....
Dr. Pamela Gibson, M.D. has been appointed the Ernest Hiram Buttles Professor of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine in recognition of her commitment to teaching, research, and service. (OCT 2015)
Department Chair, Dr. Debra Leonard, M.D., Ph.D., receives 2015 CAP Lifetime Achievement award in honor of her contributions to CAP in numerous areas. (OCT 2015)
Faculty & Alumni create Pathology Student Fellowship Endowment. (Spring 2015) See story in Vermont Medicine.....