Sun 25 Sep 2016 - Thu 29 Sep 2016 Congress-Centrum Ost Kolnmesse, Cologne, Germany
The International Academy of Pathology and the European Society of Pathology would like to invite you to Cologne for an exciting and stimulating congress that will reflect recent developments in diagnostic and molecular pathology.
The motto of the Congress – Predictive Pathology, Guiding and Monitoring Therapy – indicates the future role of pathology as a strong partner for the different clinical specialties.
The scientific programme will include science, translational research and clinical application to provide delegates with information on recent research findings, new technologies and up to date education.
In addition to providing an interesting scientific and educational programme the IAP/ESP 2016 meeting will serve as a get-together for pathologists and scientists from all over the world in a friendly atmosphere.
Sat 08 Oct 2016 - Sun 09 Oct 2016 G Hotel, Panang, Malaysia
The International Academy of Patholog Malaysian Division is pleased to inform that they are
having their 3rd Annual Scientific Meeting 2016, focusing on Gastrointestinal
Pathology. It will be held in the beautiful island of Penang, Malaysia. Wide
range of clinical and pathological lectures related to gastrointestinal
diseases will be covered by high caliber speakers. The focus audience are
Clinicians, Surgeons, Pathologists and Trainees.
Wed 26 Oct 2016 - Fri 28 Oct 2016 Seoul The-K hotel, Seoul, Korea
As the first international scientific meeting in the field of laboratory medicine hosted by the Korean Society for Laboratory Medicine in the Asian region, LMCE 2016 is expected to gather over 1,000 participants from all over the world.
Under the theme of "Quality Saves Your Life,” a wide range of scientific programs are being organized which will balance education, policy, research and industry. The programs will include exciting and informative plenary lectures, keynote speeches, symposia, education workshops, oral presentations, poster presentations and exhibition. Moreover, LMCE 2016 will invite speakers from a variety of countries and provide opportunities for the exchange of the most up-to-date information about each country’s efforts to meet quality management and safety for laboratory medicine.
The Australasian Division came into existence as an unincorporated body in 1972. It held its Inaugural Meeting on 30 June, 1973 at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital under the presidency of Dr. Vincent J. McGovern. The Division was incorporated in June 1984