Prof. Stephen Fox to speak at Pathology Horizons 2019

We are delighted to welcome Professor Stephen Fox on to the panel of speakers for Pathology Horizons 2019. Stephen is the Director of Pathology at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre in Australia and Professorial Fellow at the University of Melbourne.

He holds Honours degree and Medical degrees from the University of Bristol, UK and a DPhil in Medicine from the University of Oxford. He has Fellowships of both the Royal College of Pathologists Australasia (RCPA) and UK and is also a Founding Fellow of the Faculty of Science (RCPA). He is an NHMRC Practioner Fellow and a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences. His current focus is development of diagnostic predictive markers of response to therapies in several tumour types using protein and DNA-based assays.

Prof. Stephen Fox will present on ctDNA testing for cancer at Pathology Horizons 2019. Further information on this talk will be announced in the coming weeks.

Pathology Horizons 2019

Pathology Horizons is an annual and open CPD conference organised by Cirdan to discuss what developments lie ahead in Pathology and what we can do to prepare or take advantage of these. This year the conference will take place in the exquisite Heritage Hotel Queenstown, New Zealand. The vistas from Heritage Queenstown are awe-inspiring – soak in the view of the towering Remarkables mountain range, rising from the rippling waters of Lake Wakatipu from the comfort of the hotel. Crafted from centuries-old schist stone and cedar, this comfortable and sophisticated Queenstown hotel is the perfect place to mix business and pleasure.

Heritage Hotel Queenstown, New Zealand.

Early Bird Registration

Early Bird registration opens next week, however you can register here to receive advanced notification and purchase tickets two days before registration officially opens.

Be part of the discussion on the future of pathology! 

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