Dec. 6, 2011
-- Dr. Morayma Reyes is an assistant professor for the University of Washington School of Dentistry, one of the leading and most prestigious dental schools in the United States. Dr. Reyes has been teaching at the University since 2005. She began as an instructor in the Department of Laboratory Medicine and in 2006 became an assistant professor with joint appointments in the departments of pathology and laboratory medicine. Currently, Dr. Reyes instructs the course PATH 501 - Pathology Proseminars, supervises and directs the research laboratory, and provides direction and training to students. She is also heavily involved in stem cell research and an active member of the American Society of Hematology, the North American Vascular Association, and the American Society of Human Genetics. Dr. Reyes has authored a number of well-received journals and articles, including, Stable Transduction of Myogenic Cells with Lentiviral Vectors Expressing a Minidystrophin and Immunohistochemical Identification of Multipotent Adult Progenitor Cells from Human Bone Marrow after Transplantation into the Rat Brain. She is highly regarded by faculty for her dedication and wide-ranging knowledge, and credits her success to outstanding mentors as well as perseverance, determination, and a firm educational foundation. Dr. Reyes received a Doctor of Medicine degree and a PhD in microbiology, immunology, and cancer biology from the University of Montana. Equally committed to the betterment of the community, she maintains an active agenda of philanthropic projects and supports several organizations that benefit healthcare. In her spare time, Dr. Reyes enjoys skiing, painting, salsa, and being with friends and family.
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