OMPRN Pathology Matters Meeting

OMPRN Pathology Matters Meeting

When and Where

Date: Wednesday, October 7, 2020 - Thursday, October 8, 2020 (2 days)
Price: Free - open for registration Location: Virtual Online Meeting
Ontario, ON, 1A1A1A View map »

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Registration for the free 2020 OMPRN Pathology Matters Virtual Meeting is now OPEN.
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The annual OMPRN Pathology Matters meeting will be conducted via Zoom over two-days:

  • October 7th, 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
  • October 8th, 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM

The program will highlight the research accomplishments of OMPRN grantees and cancer pathology trainees and feature interactive educational opportunities in molecular pathology. Program includes:

  • Presentations from OMPRN grantees, Dr. Clinton Campbell and Dr. Brendan Dickson
  • Two-minute research project pitches and Q&A panel discussions from cancer pathology researchers, including trainees
  • Interactive "meet the experts" molecular pathology and data science educational workshops with experts Dr. Trevor Pugh, Dr. Kathrin Tyryshkin and Dr. George Yousef
  • Interactive Clinicopathological Conference (CPC) presentations

Participation in this meeting will allow eligible attendees to claim Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Section 1 credits

OMPRN holds an annual Pathology Matters Meeting. The overarching meeting goal is to inform and encourage collaboration among pathologists in the province.


If you have any questions about the 2020 Pathology Matters Virtual Meeting, please contact the Pathology Matters Meeting Team.

 


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About Pathology Matters
The Pathology Matters Meeting is the annual meeting of the Ontario Molecular Pathology Research Network. Pathology Matters brings together practicing pathologists/clinical laboratory scientists and trainees in Ontario who are, or wish to become, engaged in high-quality translational cancer research in the province. The 2019 Pathology Matters Meeting was held at the Canada Science and Technology Museum, and featured presentations from leaders in cancer pathology research, interactive educational workshops in molecular pathology, a poster session with awards, and a networking reception in the museum's Locomotive Hall.

 

 

Pathologists and Researchers who are interested in being part of the OMPRN: