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The Pathologist Names Dr. Genevieve Crane "Trailblazer of the Lab"

Genevieve Crane, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor of Pathology

The Pathologist has named Genevieve Crane, MD, PhD a "Trailblazer of the Lab" in their 2019 Power List. 

“'Pathology provides a truly unique opportunity to build a niche based on your passion and skillsets, directly impacting the field and potentially the lives of others,' says Eve, Assistant Professor of Pathology at Weill Cornell Medicine in New York City. Alongside her research interest in investigating the influence of host and environmental factors on lymphoma development, she is also passionate about education and outreach, especially through social media. With over 5,000 followers on Twitter, she frequently uses her powerful online presence to prompt and engage in discussions surrounding her specialty – diagnostic hematopathology."

Read the full article on The Pathologist.

Dr. Matthew Greenblatt Wins Pershing Square Sohn Prize for Young Investigators in Cancer Research

Dr. Matthew Greenblatt, an assistant professor of pathology and laboratory medicine at Weill Cornell Medicine, has been awarded the 2019 Pershing Square Sohn Prize for Young Investigators in Cancer Research to support his work studying tumor growth in bone.    

Dr. Matthew Greenblatt
Credit: John Abbott

Established in 2013, the prize is awarded each year to New York-based scientists pursuing compelling cancer research and provides $200,000 in funding annually for up to three years. The Pershing Square Sohn Cancer Research Alliance supports innovative cancer research and facilitates collaborations between academia and industry in hopes of contributing to finding cures for cancer. Dr. Greenblatt will receive his award at a reception on May 22 in Manhattan.

“I’m really delighted that the resources this prize provides will let us pursue an exciting research project,” said Dr. Greenblatt, who is also a pathologist at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center. “The award is designed to help you pursue big-picture ideas that may not fall within the scope of traditional National Institutes of Health funding, projects that are ambitious and risky.”

Dr. Nicholas Brady Wins Prize at 12th Annual Multi-Institutional Prostate Cancer SPORE Retreat

Congratulations to Dr. Nicholas Brady, a post-doctoral fellow working in David Rickman’s lab, who won 1st prize for a poster and talk he presented at the 12th Annual Multi-Institutional Prostate Cancer SPORE Retreat.

Nicholas is also a recipient of the NIH/NCI Molecular and Translational Oncology Research (MTOR) Training Program (7/2018 – 6/2020).

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