11_18_2011 - PATHOLOGY FREE PRESS VOLUME V ISSUE 45...

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for the journal Laboratory Investigation" Congrats to Dr. Jiwang Zhang on his last authored publication titled "TNF-{alpha}/Fas-RIP-1-induced cell death signaling separates murine hematopoietic stem cells/progenitors into two distinct populations." which appears in the October issue of Blood. 2011 Dr. Paul Schreckenberger presented the Annual Sommers’ Microbiology Lecture at the Chicago Society for Pathology Meeting on November 14, 2011. The title of the presentation was: “Improving the Consultative Feel of the Laboratory: Adding Post-Analytical Comments to Your Reports.” The lecture is an annual event held to honor the memory of Dr. Herbert Sommers, M.D., a Chicago Pathologist who spent most of his pro- fessional career serving as Director of the Microbiology Laboratory at Northwestern University Medical Center. Dr. Sommers, together with Dr. Elmer Koneman, conceived the idea of writing the now classic pa- thology textbook entitled: “The Color Atlas and Textbook of Diagnostic Microbiology,” the first edition of which was published in 1979. After serving as a principle author for the first three editions, Dr. Sommers retired and was replaced by Dr. Schreckenberger. Dr. Schreckenberger recalled fond memories of working with Dr. Sommers during the transition of authorship. Several of our Loyola Residents and Fellows were in attendance at the meeting. 1st Edition 1979
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