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National Undergraduate Histopathology and Molecular Pathology Introduction

April 10th & 11th 2017

Clinical Sciences Block
St James’s University Hospital, Beckett Street, Leeds. LS9 7TF
Thackray Medical Museum on St James’s Hospital site

View the event flyer here
Downloadable programme (MS Word .docx)


Leeds National Undergraduate Histopathology and Molecular Pathology School. Funded by the Pathological Society of Great Britain and Ireland in partnership with the Royal College of Pathologists

10th April

13:30   Registration Opens
14:00   President of the Royal College of Pathologists, Dr Suzy Lishman
14:45   President of the Pathological Society of Great Britain and Ireland, Prof Phil Quirke

15:30   Tea/coffee

16:00   Lab tours and demos (1 and 2)
17:00   Research in pathology as an undergraduate, Christian Slater
17:20   My career, Professor Sebastian Lucas
18:00   Key note lecture, Professor Sir Alex Markham
19:00  Viewing of Thackray Medical Museum
20:00   Dinner Thackray Medical museum

22:30   Coach to IBIS hotel

11th April

08:30   Coach to Meeting from Ibis hotel
09:00   Histopathology as a career, Prof Phil Quirke
09:30   GI pathology, Dr Alison Cairns
10:00   Gynaecological pathology, Dr Nic Orsi

10:30   Coffee/tea

11:00   Breast/lung pathology, Dr Eldo Verghese
11:30   Neuropathology, Professor Paul Ince
12:00   Forensic pathology, Professor Mike Green

13:00   Lunch

14:00   Advances in molecular technologies, Dr Caroline Young
14:30   Molecular pathology in application, Dr Nick West
15:00   Digital pathology, Professor Phil Quirke

15:30   Tea/coffee

16:00   Lab tour (1 and 2)
17:00   Close

Coach to railway station

Lab tour and demos 1: Small groups taken round by NHS trainees in Bexley wing
Lab tour and demos 2: Small groups taken round by Academic trainees in WTBB

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