Pathology Update 2019 - Personalised Pathology

Country: Australia

City: Melbourne

Abstr. due: 30.11.2018

Dates: 22.02.19 — 24.02.19

Area Of Sciences: Chemistry; Biology; Medicine;

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Organizers: RCPA


On behalf of the College Council, Pathology Update 2019 Overseeing Committee and the eight Scientific Program Committees, it is with great pleasure that we welcome you back to the Melbourne Convention Centre from Friday 22 - Sunday 24 February 2019. Pathology Update 2019 will feature eleven extraordinary international speakers who are leaders in their fields and a contingent of over 140 local Australasian speakers. We would like to thank our international and all of our local speakers for the time and effort involved in preparing their presentations. We also thank the Chairs and Members of the Scientific Program committees who have worked long and hard to develop the scientific programs and to provide something for everyone. Pathology Update is the only Australasian multi-disciplinary pathology scientific meeting and as a delegate you can attend any scientific stream.

As well as enjoying the scientific sessions, please make the most of this opportunity to meet with colleagues and share stories from areas of interest. We invite all delegates to our Welcome Cocktail Party on the Friday evening and also hope you will join us on Saturday evening where we celebrate new College Fellows and Award Winners. A special thank you to all our Sponsors and Exhibitors, and we gratefully acknowledge the valuable contribution from the Major and Supporting Partners. We warmly welcome those who are with us for the first time and a very sincere thank you to all those who continue to support us year after year by their presence and financial contribution to this conference.

This meeting could not take place without continued financial support and we ask you to acknowledge the invaluable input of the sponsors and exhibitors by visiting each of the exhibition booths during your time at the conference. Education is the prime function of the College and this ceremony marks the culmination of years of training for both the new pathologists, scientists and their mentors. We would encourage as many Fellows as possible to attend the DS Nelson and QAP Oral Presentations at and the RCPA Annual Admission and Awards Ceremony for the presentation of their Fellowship.

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