Uscap 2016 annual meeting
Asdp: sharon weiss talks about soft tissue pathology and
Cynthia Guy, MD, was one of four invited speakers at the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology’s (USCAP) Liver Specialty Evening Session in Seattle, Washington, in March 2016. Her presentation was a case-based discussion on a particular diagnostic issue that surgical pathologists are currently facing. Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) has become one of the most prevalent chronic liver diseases as a result of the global obesity “epidemic.” Inflammatory markers, such as autoimmune antibodies, are often elevated in NASH patients. It can be difficult to tell the difference between autoimmune hepatitis and NASH. Importantly, these species have vastly different natural histories and clinical treatments, necessitating precise diagnostic classification.
Digital pathology: the past, present, and future
Merkel, Chen D. Human Polyomavirus’s Function in Cell Carcinoma: An Update MOC enduring medical education course, on-line CME AMA PRA tier 1 and American Board of Pathology SAMs; 05/2015-present. Pathologists, Dermatopathologists, Dermatologists, and Trainees from around the world.
Chen D, Rice M, Tworoger S, Clevenger C, Tamimi RM, Hankinson SE, Collins LC. Chen D, Rice M, Tworoger S, Clevenger C, Tamimi RM, Hankinson SE, Collins LC. “Prolactin Levels, Downstream Signal Expression in the Prolactin Receptor Pathway, and Breast Cancer Risk: A Nurses’ Health Study Nested Case-Control Study.” The 2015 USCAP Annual Meeting was held in Boston, Massachusetts.
D. Chen and M.J. Zimarowski. A Case History of a Cutaneous Apocrine Carcinoma with Signet-ring Cell and Histiocytoid Characteristics. San Francisco, CA, 2015 ASDP Annual Meeting Accepted for presentation as a poster (October 2015)
A. Folch, P. VanderLaan, S. E. Higgins, A. Majid, P. Barcos, D. Alape, and E. Folch. Tissue biopsies obtained with two different forceps were compared in terms of cross-sectional area. The International Conference of the American Thoracic Society will be held in San Francisco on May 16, 2016. Session of Posters
Uscap’s 2020 annual meeting – join us in los angeles
United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP) – 105th Annual Meetings is being organized by United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology and will be held at Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, Washington, United States of America from Mar 12 to 18, 2016.
Bartizan’s ileads at 2011 asae annual meeting
Pathologists are the primary target group for this medical event/meeting.
Every year, the Academy works to enhance the quality, diversity, and delivery of educational programs as well as current translational research through a variety of formats geared toward personalized learning. You should anticipate a more improved USCAP experience by attending the Annual Meeting in Seattle, WA, which will take you to the next stage of being a better pathologist.
Uscap interactive learning center facility overview
The 2016 Joint Meeting of the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP) will be held at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle, Washington, from March 12th to the 18th. RMT will show off their iMedHD2TM Telepathology Solutions for Microscope, Grossing, and Remote Robotic Control Microscope. RMT will also demonstrate the most mobile features of their tried-and-true Cart-Based Telepathology Solution for fast on-site evaluations.
Clinicians can instantly share stable, high-definition images with iMedHD2TM Telepathology Solutions for faster communication and decision-making. Prior to the transmission and reception of a live dynamic video stream, there is no pre-load processing or scanning of digital slide files. All RMT products are designed to improve, expand, and secure a medical facility’s previous and existing microscope and grossing station investments. iMedHD2TM Telepathology Solutions offer digital connectivity to those distant pathologists or clinicians who choose to use their own mobile devices, smartphones, and tablets (i.e. iPhoneTM, iPadTM, and AndroidTM devices) in addition to using a regular web browser with PCs and Macs.