We are pleased to welcome Dr. Evan Farkash as the new section chief for Renal Pathology as of September 1, 2020.
Dr. Farkash has taken over from Dr. Paul Killen who has successfully lead the renal division at the University of Michigan for 3 decades. We are very pleased that Paul will still be staying on with us to be part of the renal team and remains the Director of the Electron Microscopy laboratory.
Evan Farkash, MD PhD joined Michigan Pathology in 2013 after completing a fellowship in Renal and Transplant Pathology at Massachusetts General Hospital. He was awarded a K23 grant from the NIAID to study the diagnosis of C4d-independent antibody mediated rejection, and recently received a DOD grant to study transplantation. Evan is actively involved in several clinical trials in transplantation. At Michigan Medicine he is on the medical school competency and clinical trials advisory committees. In 2020, Evan was elected to be co-chair of the Transplant Diagnostics Community of Practice for the American Society of Transplantation
Please join us in welcoming Dr. Farkash as our new chief for Renal Pathology!