Annual Poster Award
On February 26, 2011, the membership of the International Society of Bone and Soft Tissue Pathology (ISBSTP) approved an Annual Award for the Best Poster (vs Abstract) presented at the US-Canadian Academy of Pathology meeting by a trainee (resident or fellow) in Pathology. The selection is performed by a selected group of three judges from the Society, appointed each year from the membership, and carries a monetary sum of US$500.
The ISBSTP Poster Award is intended to stimulate interest in the field of soft tissue and bone pathology and advance our understanding about the diagnosis prognosis and/or pathogenesis of this collection of rare diseases.
Zachary Chelsky, DO, MS (resident)
Integrated Next Generation Sequencing and Gene Expression Analysis of 10 Pleomorphic Rhabdomyosarcoma Cases Reveals Potential Drivers and Druggable Targets
Zachary Chelsky, DO, MS (resident), Vera Paulson, MD, PhD, Eleanor Chen, MD, PhD
University of Washington
David A. Solomon, MD, PhD
Frequent Inactivating Mutations of the Cohesin Complex Gene STAG2 in Ewing's Sarcoma Associated with TP53 Mutations and Poor Outcome
Andrew W. James, MD
Perivascular Stem Cells induce Bone Formation and Vasculogenesis in Ectopic and Bone Injury Models
Erick Jacobson-Dunlop, MD
FBXW7 Mutations in a Subset of Embryonal Rhabdomyosarcoma.
Erick Jacobson-Dunlop, Atiya Mansoor, Christopher Corless, Michael Heinrich, Carol Beadling; Department of Pathology, Oregon Health & Science University.
CE de Andrea
The Pathogenesis of Osteochondroma: Clues from Tracing Proteoglycans in Zebrafish Models and Human Cartilage.
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