LSU Health Shreveport has been awarded a five-year, $10.5 million Centers of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) grant by the National Institutes of Health. The current grant raises the total NIH funding to the Pathology Department to $3.7 million in annual funding, which would rank #1 in the state of Louisiana and #41 in the...Read more
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On February 19th, Drs. Guillermo Herrera, Jiamin Teng, & Elba Turbat-Herrera, in collobaration with several other outside clinicians and researchers, co-authored an article on monoclonal immunoglobulin-related renal diseases in Nature Reviews Nephrology. Click here to read the publication....Read more
Roles for Pathology Faculty in the COBRE application:Christopher Kevil, COBRE Principle Investigator A. Wayne Orr, Core Leader, Redox Molecular Signaling Core Shenuarin Bhuiyan, Subcore Leader, Cardiovascular Phenotyping Subcore Xinggui Shen, Subcore Leader, Analytical Redox Biology Subcore
Active/Pending/Completed: Pending (20 Impact Score) Project Number/PI/Role: A.W. Orr, Core Leader (Kevil PI) Source: National Institute of General Medical Sciences, COBRE Title of...
LSU Health Sciences Center Department of Pathology submitted 11 abstracts for USCAP in Vancouver, BC March 17-23, 2018; remarkably all but two were accepted. For a complete list of the titled abstracts and their respective authors please click the following link: presentations-uscap-2018 ...Read more
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