Laboratory personnel provide extensive clinical testing and support to all the Michigan Medicine hospitals and clinics as well as the Pathology MLabs reference laboratory program. The division also provides personally designed residency and fellowship training. The division of Education provides many opportunities for trainees within the department. Residents can obtain training in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology.
Clinical Fellowships are offered in 17 subspecialties.
Availability In Stock. Immune hemolytic anemias. Clinical applications generally include diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic applications while striving to be on the cutting edge of qualitative and quantitative nucleic acid analyses for genetics and oncology. The infusion unit is located on the first floor of the Jackson Building, room and provides patients with a safe, comfortable setting. Compatibility report forms are generated by the same laboratory computer used to produce the laboratory-generated label on the blood pack and the two will always match even if the blood is being presented to the wrong patient. Forgot password? The story of how Kathleen R.
Research is a core component of our graduate medical education programs. Graduate students can pursue their PhD in Cellular and Molecular Pathology, while the many research laboratories provide Post-doctoral training. In addition, our faculty are integrally involved in teaching both medical and dental students. Ann Arbor, MI The Experimental Pathology research faculty focus on understanding the pathobiologic basis of human disease from basic science to translational projects and the development of therapies.
Aided by laboratory staff, graduate students and postdocs, the labs work in multiple areas, including cancer biology, development, neuroscience, epigenetics, aging, mucosal biology, immunology and inflammation, and therapeutics. Medical Center Dr. The division of Molecular Pathology strives to unite the multiple molecular diagnostic and research endeavors within the department. Clinical applications generally include diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic applications while striving to be on the cutting edge of qualitative and quantitative nucleic acid analyses for genetics and oncology.
The division of Quality and Health Improvement strives to transform the patient experience for the better by drawing on extensive experience in laboratory science, quality management, change management, information systems and project management. Using a customer-focused approach, the division strives to improve processes and ensure an innovative mindset across the department.
The Department of Pathology is composed of a large and diverse group of faculty, representing all disciplines of Pathology, many laboratory, administrative and research staff, as well as trainees and students.
The focus is always on excellence in service, education and research. Phase Two includes renovations at University Hospital UH creating creation of an automated core laboratory and other critical laboratory and support spaces. Innovation drives this project, which affects about , gross square feet and will drive positive trends related to growth, expenses, and opportunities for collaboration. When fully functional, new laboratories will transform the patient experience and produce better outcomes.
The blood bank provides over , units of blood and components annually, and includes an AABB-accredited Reference Laboratory. The program also provides for experience in perinatal transfusion, coagulation, histocompatibility testing, and HPC processing. Exposure to all aspects of blood procurement is provided through the cooperative participation of the American Red Cross Southeastern Michigan Blood Services.
Graded assumption of responsibility for medical, administrative and instructional activities by the fellow is encouraged. Research opportunities are provided commensurate with the fellow's interest and experience.
Requirements: Candidates must be certified or eligible for certification by the American Board of Pathology or other major specialty board, meet the eligibility requirements of the Department of Pathology and be licensed or eligible for licensure, to practice medicine in the State of Michigan. Applications submitted after the September 30th deadline may be considered at the discretion of the program director.
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National Institute for Clinical Excellence in the UK: Provides national evidenced based guidance for health professionals. Tools to support service redesign and implementation of NICE guidance. National Institute for Health Centre Graduate Medical Education: Training Programs: Has developed a comprehensive portfolio of clinical research training and medical education initiatives.
National Patient Safety Agency: Provides a toolkit of resources to assist with improving patient safety. Has information on safe patient identification and competency assessment for blood transfusion. Assesses and measures the performance of hospitals against these standards. Standards for blood transfusion and the peer review inspection reports are available.
Provides information about alternatives to transfusion. Developed an evidence-based guideline, which aims to maximise patient safety by helping clinicians decide when transfusion is appropriate. Better Blood Transfusion -continuing education programme An elearning programme designed at three levels. Targets all practitioners involved in the clinical transfusion process. Provides resources to assists the UK health sector develop a skilled workforce e. Hillyer D, et al. Blood banking and tansfusion medicine. Basic principles and practice. Churchill Livingstone; Blood Transfusion Task Force.
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