Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Residents

Class of 2020

Medical School: University of Damman

Research Publications

Professional Interests: Cytopathology, Bone and Soft Tissue tumors

Medical School: University of Cairo

Research Publications

Professional Interests: My research interests center around the human genome analysis, discovery of new gene-disease associations, de novo genomic events and inherited cancer syndromes using whole exome sequencing (WES), whole genome sequencing (WGS), as well as chromosome microarray (CMA) data to identify potential pathogenic single nucleotide variants (SNVs) and copy number variations (CNVs).

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Resident Education Chief

Medical School: University of Khartoum

Research Publications

ASCP Resident Representative

Medical School: Michigan State College of Osteopathic Medicine

Professional Interests: Hematopathology and Microbiology

CAP Resident Representative

Medical School: Indiana University School of Medicine

Research Publications

Professional Interests: Cytopathology and Genitourinary Pathology

Medical School: University of Louisville School of Medicine

Research Publications

Professional Interests: Head and Neck Pathology and Genitourinary Pathology

Class of 2021

Medical School: Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, Mexicali

Professional Interests: Cytopathology and Dermatopathology

Medical School: Indiana University School of Medicine

Professional Interests: Blood Bank/Transfusion Medicine, Renal Pathology, and Clinical Informatics

I have enjoyed working on a variety of projects to explore subspecialties within pathology including a case report on capsular drop lesions and a research paper on the effects of point mutations in the uromodulin gene where I specifically analyzed collagen deposition within the kidney. I am currently working on a proof of concept study looking at preservation techniques of cerebrospinal fluid for delayed molecular testing.

Paper citation: Ma L, Liu Y, Landry NK, El-Achkar TM, Lieske JC, Wu X-R (2017) Point mutation in D8C domain of Tamm-Horsfall protein/uromodulin in transgenic mice causes progressive renal damage and hyperuricemia. PLoS ONE 12(11): e0186769.

Medical School: Indiana University School of Medicine

Medical School: University of Khartoum

Professional Interests: Cytopathology, Gastrointestinal Pathology, Hematopathology and General Surgical pathology

Medical School: Zhongshan School of Medicine, University of Rochester, Department of Pathology

PubMed Publications

Class of 2022

Medical School: Des Moines University

Medical School: Creighton University

Medical School: Western Michigan University

Medical School: West China School of Medicine

Class of 2023