Category Archives: Winter Meeting

December Meeting 2018

We have another fantastic meeting coming up next month. On Thursday 6th December, the very special Gordon Museum of Pathology will be home to our end of year evening meeting, and we have two more great talks lined up for you.

First up at 6:30pm is a talk entitled Old and New Mummies” from Bill Edwards, the Curator of The Gordon Museum. Following this will be a talk by Jamie Hughes, Deputy Scheme Manager, UKNEQAS, for ICC and ISH entitled “An Overview of the MMR Proteins EQA Module”.

As usual, this event is free, and we will be serving complimentary sandwiches and drinks from 6:00pm. This museum is not open to the public, so please do make the most of this unique opportunity to come and have a good look at the really impressive collections on display.

We want to make sure that everyone is catered for, so please do let us know if you’re going to be joining us. Simply follow this link to our registration page and follow the instructions there.

We would also like to take this opportunity to thank our sponsors, Cellpath, for making this event possible.

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If you have any questions about the event, please leave a comment below and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

We look forward to seeing you there!

 

Winter Meeting 2015

Those darker, colder nights are drawing in again. So, this can only mean one thing! Our annual event at the fantastic Gordon Museum of Pathology is just around the corner, and we’d love for you to join us!

This meeting, on Thursday 10th December, we have two great talks lined up for you:

First up at 7pm is a talk entitled “Medical Museums” from Bill Edwards, the Curator of The Gordon Museum.

Then, at 7:45pm, we have a talk on “Mesothelioma” from consultant thoracic and breast histopathologist, Dr Paul Cane of Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital.

As usual, this event is free, 2 CPD points have been applied for, and we will be serving complimentary sandwiches and drinks from 6:30pm. So, do arrive early for some refreshments and to have a good look at the really impressive collections on display. In-keeping with the theme of our final talk, we will have a special display of mesothelioma specimens for you to have a look at, too.

If you have any questions about the event, please click on any of the “Contact” buttons on this screen to send an email.

We like to make sure that everyone is catered for, so please do let us know if you’re going to be joining us. Simply select the number of tickets you require, click “Register” and follow the instructions.

The meeting will be held in the Hodgkin Building, which is Building G in this detailed map of the campus:

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We look forward to seeing you there!

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