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Important: Pathology Horizons 2021 Update

An update from the event organisers:

After many conversations with various stakeholders and consideration of current global COVID travel guidelines we have taken the decision to cancel the in-person element of this year’s Pathology Horizons and to run a full day virtual event only on Friday 10th September from 09.15am- 18:00 (BST).   

The decision has been a difficult one and has been taken with the best interests of all our speakers and delegates in mind. We want to ensure that the conference remains a valuable event to attend, maximising knowledge sharing and networking. We will still offer a world class speaker list focusing on the future of pathology, and the conference will offer CPD accreditation.

This virtual event will be free of charge and will give you the chance to learn about new technologies, procedural developments and lines of research that are driving the future of pathology. You will hear about the possible pros and cons of these developments, how people in supporting disciplines should be preparing for and perhaps directing these changes.

For those of you who are unable to join us for the live presentations due to time differences, please note that all presentations will be recorded for you to view on demand.

Who should attend?

Pathology Horizons is open to anyone interested in the area of pathology e.g. Pathologists, Laboratory Managers, Laboratory Technicians and Biomedical Scientists.


We are currently in the process of revising the agenda to fit within our full day schedule. The virtual conference is shaping up to be an impressive programme for our virtual event, covering a wide range of topics from an international panel of industry experts and thought leaders.

Here is a glimpse at some of the topics you can expect to hear about:

  • Computational Biomarkers
  • Advances in Digital Pathology
  • Slide free revolutions
  • Combined Spatial Transcriptomics
  • Patient Data from a personal perspective
  • Artificial Intelligence in Medical Imaging


Registration is now open for our virtual event!

You can register for the free conference by submitting your details though the link below.

Keep up to date with the 2021 conference at www.pathologyhorizons.com and via our social media platforms.

If you have any queries relating to Pathology Horizons, please contact Rebecca Fitton directly at rfitton@cirdan.com.

We Look forward to welcoming you to our virtual event!

Stay safe and take care,

Team Cirdan

Grahame Grieve to talk Interoperability at Pathology Horizons 2019

We are delighted to announce that Grahame Grieve from Health Intersections Pty Ltd, Australia will speak on the topic of interoperability at Pathology Horizons 2019.

Grahame Grieve is HL7’s Product Director for “FHIR” – the leading healthcare data exchange standard of the future. Grahame has a background in laboratory medicine, software vendor development, clinical research, open source development and has also conceived, developed and sold interoperability and clinical document solutions and products in the Australian market and around the world. Grahame has worked to develop standards and solutions with several US vendor consortiums, and the national programs of Canada, England, Singapore, Vietnam, and Australia.

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.

If you would like to be notified when Pathology Horizons 2019 registration opens, please click here.