Pathology Horizons 2020: The Big Reveal!

“Where the Mountains of Mourne sweep down to the sea…….”

We are excited to announce that Pathology Horizons 2020 will take place at the beautiful Slieve Donard Resort & Spa located in Newcastle, County Down in Northern Ireland. 2020 will be a special year for Cirdan as it will see the organisation celebrate its 10 year anniversary. It was with this celebration in mind that we decided to host our sixth Pathology Horizons conference in Northern Ireland, not far from where the company started back in 2010. 

Nestling at the foot of the Mourne Mountains, this Victorian hotel stands in six acres of immaculate private grounds. A golden strand of beach borders one side while the mighty Royal County Down Golf Links frames the other. It is located just 30 miles south of Belfast and 90 miles north of Dublin, making it very accessible from both airports on the island of Ireland.

Why attend?

This unique conference brings together a panel of expert international speakers to discuss the future of pathology. It provides the opportunity to learn about new technologies, procedural developments and lines of research that are driving the future of pathology and laboratory medicine. Learning is done in a relaxed and fun environment, where all attendees are able to network freely with each other. This combined with the boutique nature of the event make it a conference like no other.

Who should attend?

Pathology Horizons is open to anyone interested in the area of pathology and laboratory medicine e.g. Pathologists, Laboratory Professionals, Laboratory Technicians,  Biomedical Scientists and Pathology IT staff.

Early Bird Registration

Early Bird registration has not yet been opened, but it is possible to pre-register at this stage. **Please note: Due to the boutique nature of the conference places are limited, so if you would like to attend please remember to book early to avoid disappointment.**


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