Pathology Horizons Conference Countdown

It is a little over a month to go to Pathology Horizons 2016.  Places are filling so register NOW.

Approved for CPD points and drawing participants from across the globe, this unique and open pathology conference promises an engaging and thought-provoking experience.

The venue is the vibrant city of Galway on the Wild Atlantic Way of the West of Ireland. The dates are 15-17 September 2016.

We are delighted to be able to announce an excellent array of speakers.

What’s ahead for clinical pathologists in the decision support era will be addressed by Prof. Glenn Edwards from Perth, Australia. Also from Australia, Judy Fitzgerald will share her passion for bridging science and IT in an era of rapid and significant change. From Kainos Evovle, Colin Truesdale is to take a look ahead at the building blocks for integrated care.

From Northern Ireland, Professor Ian Young will give his views on future trends in clinical chemistry and related challenges and opportunities. The importance of human-machine interaction principles for user interfaces in healthcare is the subject for Dr Raymond Bond of Ulster University. From the International Collaboration on Cancer reporting (ICCR) organisation and Liverpool , Prof Tim Helliwell  will focus on the impact of  international pathology guidance on the management of patients with cancer.

Dr David Snead of the UHCW Digital Pathology Centre of excellence will review the areas of diagnostic pathology which are likely to be exploited in algorithm development and potential effects on the delivery of diagnostic histopathology services.

Prof Eric Glassy of APMG, Los Angeles is sure to entertain. Along with driverless microscopes, he will outline a likely massive shift in pathology workflow and digital trends that are shaping pathology.

Prof. Richard Levenson of UC Davis, California, will explain a new and fast microscopy method for slide free histology which could replace frozen sections. From Maryland USA, Dr Laura Elnitski  of the National Human Genome Institute will present findings on a potential biomarker for pan-cancer  screening and diagnostics. Prof. Fabio Grizzi of Milan, Italy will talk about future tumor diagnosis in pathology and cytology.

There is also a section for short presentations on a range of topics from our young bursary winners.

Do you want to be apart of it?

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*Please note that there are no conference fees thanks to  sponsors such as Cirdan, Kainos EvolveKainos and Kernel Capital.

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