Published March 17, 2021
Brandon G. Ginley and Nicholas Lucarelli, two students in the Computational Cell Biology, Anatomy and Pathology doctoral program, received Pathologist In Training Best Abstract Awards.
The Renal Pathology Society announced the awards during its annual scientific meeting, held at the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology annual meeting.
Ginley’s abstract, Prognostic Glomerular Morphmetric Phenotype Discovery via Clustering Across Large Datasets, was selected as one of three to be recognized. Pinaki Sarder, PhD, assistant professor of pathology and anatomical sciences is senior author.
Lucarelli’s abstract, Urinary Proteomics Data Guides AI to Discover New Digital Biomarkers for Diabetic Nephrology Classification, was also recognized by the society. Sarder is senior author of Lucarelli’s abstract as well.
The Renal Pathology Society is a nonprofit organization that is committed to improvement and dissemination of knowledge regarding the pathology and pathophysiology of renal disease.