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Manchester Pathology 2021 - Day 3 Highlights

Manchester Pathology 2021 came to a close today with a third jam-packed day of symposia, poster sessions, keynote lectures and industry sessions. The Pathological Society and BDIAP were delighted to welcome more than 850 attendees to this online edition of the joint virtual meeting over the three days. 

On-Demand Viewing
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Day 3 Highlights

PathSoc Doniach Lecture
Professor Sarah Coupland from The University of Liverpool delivered the PathSoc Doniach Lecture, discussing ‘The 'Seed and Soil' hypothesis and its relevance to eye cancer’.

Prof. Sarah Coupland is a senior Consultant Histopathologist at the Liverpool University Foundation Hospital Trusts with expertise in Ophthalmic Pathology, Haematopathology, Molecular Pathology, Digital Pathology and Biobanking. 

Trainee Workshop
The afternoon featured a dedicated symposia for trainees, featuring a mini-symposium in hepatopancreatobiliary pathology, a slide seminar on lymphoreticular pathology, and a topical mini-symposium on management during the COVID-19 pandemic. The session was wrapped up with a productive Q&A session with speakers offering further insight into their research and work. 

Scientific Sessions
Thursday featured more than 7 symposia covering a range of topics including: 

  • Breast Cancer
  • Liquid Biopsies
  • Medical Education
  • Electron Microscopy (ACEM)
  • Lung Cancer
  • Proton Beam Therapy
  • Advanced Imaging for Diagnosis and Clinical Research

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