Association for Molecular Pathology

Newsletter

February 2011, Volume 17, Number 1

 

2010 AMP Young Investigator Awards

AMP's Young Investigator Award, sponsored by Luminex, recognizes the best abstracts submitted by Trainees who are AMP members and who present outstanding basic or applied research in poster format at the Annual Meeting. This year the three investigators received their award at the Business/Awards Session. Each work presented had to be original, address a problem in the field of Molecular Pathology, focus on a scientific question, present experiments that are well designed and be able to describe the research and its conclusions orally. This year's recipients are:

 

Neng Chen
Stanford University

Rare-variant-sensitive High Resolution Melting Demonstrates that the His275Tyr Substitution in Pandemic H1N1 Influenza A Virus Appears After Oseltamivir Treatment in Infected Patients

Ruth Ann Luna
Texas Children's Hospital

Clinical Utility of Molecular Typing of Multiply-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa in Children with Cystic Fibrosis

Coren Milbury
Dana Farber Cancer Institute

Ice-COLD PCR: An Improved Version of COLD-PCR that Enriches All Types of Low-prevalence Unknown Mutations Using a Wild-type-blocking Reference Sequence