Molecular Pathology Study Day
Target audience: Trainees and Consultants
The aim of the study day is to provide attendees with theoretical knowledge for how to understand which molecular investigations are appropriate for your cases and how to interpret the results.
Lectures are delivered by experts from all the major pathology specialties, including gynaecological, respiratory and soft tissue pathology. The speakers often use case examples to supplement their talks, and each year they provide additional material which helps to ensure attendees keep up to date with the latest research developments in the field; make sure you attend each year!
The next study day will be held 4th March 2024 in London. Details can be found here.
- Introduction to Molecular Pathology – what do we mean, what do you need to know, and why?
- Gastrointestinal Pathology
- Breast Pathology
- Head & Neck Pathology
- Respiratory Pathology
- Urological Pathology
- Gynaecological Pathology
- Bone and Soft Tissue Pathology
and featuring two new topics in 2022
- RCPath & National Strategies for Molecular Pathology
New for 2023 was a session focussed on making the most of the molecular toolkit, with talks exploring how to approach challenging cases, quality control and exciting new molecular techniques on the horizon.
Approach to Cut Up Study Day
Target Audience: Trainees and Biomedical Scientists
The study day provides an opportunity for attendees to learn more about how to tackle some of the complex specimens that they may encounter in their departments.
The study day will be of benefit to those perhaps just beginning their careers in Histopathology, as well as more senior trainees looking for revision opportunities ahead of the FRCPath Part 2 examination.
Presentations are delivered by top histopathologists in the field with plenty of diagrams, hints and tips to demonstrate important principles.
The next study day will be held 5th March 2024 in London. Details can be found here.
- General Points, Ethos and Tools
- Upper GI
- Lower GI
- Head and Neck
- Macroscopic examination for the FRCPath