Past Resident Highlights

Dr. William Humphrey was accepted into the American Association of Neuropathologists (AANP) Neurodegenerative Disease Scholars' Program. The program includes a career development workshop each of the next two years to promote neurodegenerative disease neuropathology research and promote the transition of neuropathology trainees into academic research careers. The program includes awards for attendance and travel to the workshops and the national AANP annual meeting. (2023) 

Will Humphrey


Dr. Prajesh Adhikari presented a poster of “Unusual presentation of porphyria cutanea tarda” on February 14th, at the International Society of Dermatopathology meeting in San Diego. (2018)



2nd year resident, ​Ryan Coates, was selected as the recipient of the Rodger C. Haggitt Gastrointestinal Pathology Society Travel Award for 2017. The GIPS Travel Award is given annually by the GIPS to a pathology trainee with a demonstrated interest in gastrointestinal pathology. Factors considered in the evaluation of applicants include exposure or lack thereof to GI pathology subspecialty training and demonstrate interest in GI pathology (as evaluated based on CV, publications/abstracts and/or personal communication). The award comes with free registration to the GI course “Gastrointestinal, Liver and Pancreatic Pathology by Harvard Medical School and up to $500 to cover travel-related expenses. (Mar 2017)



2nd year resident Prajesh Adhikari has been elected to the PIER Leadership Group.  This is a multi-organizational committee (College of American Pathologists, Association of Pathology Chairs - PRODS Section, and Association of Pathology Informatics) responsible for the continued development and adoption of the "Pathology Informatics Essentials for Residents Curriculum." Congrats Dr. Adhikari! (Mar 2017)



From Dr. Laura Greene...a note celebrating the accomplishments of our trainees at the ASDP meeting this past weekend. We had poster presentations by Dr. Tom Rogers, Dr. Agnes Balla, and Dr. Liz Lester. Additionally, Dr. Mustafa Mohammad had a huge honor. His abstract was one of 19 selected for oral presentation. Mustafa did an amazing job and WON 1st PLACE!  Below is a picture of him with his certificate. (October 2016)









Congratulations to Dr. Lauren Pearson, 4th year resident, who was Second Place in the Top Five Resident Abstract Winners at the College of American Pathologists meeting in Las Vegas this week! (Sept.2016)



Recently the College of American Pathologists (CAP) announced their committee assignments and many of our residents were selected: (Spring 2016)

  • Jo Conant– CAP Foundation Grants Committee, graduate of CAP Engaged Leadership Academy
  • Mustafa Mohammad – CAP Political Action Committee
  • Tom Rogers – CAP Resident Forum Delegate
  • Lauren Pearson – CAP Instrumentation Resource Committee and CLSI Document Development Committee
  • Jill Miller – CAP Accreditation Education Committee and CAP Resident Forum Delegate
  • Javier de Luca-Johnson – CAP Autopsy Committee
  • Jessica Crothers – CAP Personalized Healthcare committee