Natalie Miller, a University of Washington PhD candidate, successfully defended her thesis on June 1, 2016.
Dr. Nghiem was honored to speak about Merkel cell carcinoma at the the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center's 2016 Director's Visiting Lecture Series on April 21 and April 22, 2016.
Dr. Nghiem was pleased and honored to be the keynote speaker at the 6th Annual Harley Haynes Lectureship and Symposium at Harvard Medical School on March 21, 2016. Dr. Haynes had an enormous influence on Dr. Nghiem’s career in terms of becoming a dermatologist and focusing on Merkel cell carcinoma...
The MMIG (Merkel cell carcinoma Multicenter Interest Group) had its annual meeting in Washington, DC, at the American Academy of Dermatology.
Dr. Nghiem and Dr. Bhatia spoke at the 2015 European Cancer Congress in Vienna, Austria.
Recognizing that Merkel polyomavirus-negative MCCs are different and not well understood, the family and friends of Janet Canning have decided to support research that will help us to recognize, understand and manage this distinct and often aggressive sub-type of MCC.
Dr. Paul Nghiem, Professor and Head (Dermatology) has received the 2015 Alfred Marchionini Research Prize (only one prize awarded every four years) for his work on Merkel cell carcinoma. The Alfred Marchionini Foundation was founded in 1976 by Eva and Kurt Herrmann in memory of Alfred Marchionini, f...
MCC posters presented by Nghiem Lab Members at this year's SID meeting in Atlanta are pictured in this post.
American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting San Francisco, CA Prepared by Drs. Erica Shantha & Paul Nghiem Announcements: If anyone is interested in presenting at next year’s MMIG meeting in Washington, DC on March 4th, 2016 (Friday 5 – 7 pm), please send Paul an email (pnghi...
Lab Members gathered together for Pre-Thanksgiving photo-op!
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