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SAVE THE DATE / Oct 31-Nov 2, 2019

An Update for
Practicing Pathologists

Oct 31-Nov 2, 2019

This symposium is presented by the Department of Pathology, in conjunction with MLabs, and is intended to address the educational requirements for practicing pathologists, residents, and fellows.

At the end of this course, participants will have a better understanding of new methods of diagnosis using current tools and information technology and will be able to implement these in their daily practice.

The impact of discoveries in molecular medicine and bioinformatics and the application of information technology to improve pathology practice are highlighted in plenary lectures and breakout sessions. Case-based presentations using virtual microscopy will address complex diagnostic challenges.

This Year's Opportunities to Learn & Collaborate

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Medical Students Welcome

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More Cases Examined

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Opportunities to Collaborate

Medical Students Are Welcome

If you are a third or fourth-year medical student, we want to welcome you to attend this year’s conference. Not only that but if you sign up to attend, your registration is FREE.

Pathology is an intriguing specialty in medicine and allows you to make a great impact on patients both by finding their diagnosis and through research to prevent diseases such as cancer.

During this conference, you’ll hear directly from some of the nation’s best Pathologists.

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Opportunities to Collaborate

Do you have a case where you would like to get a second or third opinion? Part of the conference's mission is to allow pathologists to come together to collaborate and learn from one another.

Here is your opportunity. Sign up below and let us know to expect you. In turn, we’ll have state-of-the-art microscopes available to allow you freely to examine case slides and discuss them with colleagues.

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More Cases to Examine

As in years past, we will be going through several cases that will highlight some practical updates for pathologists. Get a sneak preview of the cases that will be covered during the conference and see how they might apply to your practice.

Coming Soon

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