Uveřejněno 7. července 2014
Course in Diagnostic Immunohistochemistry will be held in Krakow, Poland, 16th – 17th October 2014. It is planned as a series of lectures and presentations of seminar cases based on digital images / virtual microscopy.
Polish Society of Pathology and Norwegian Society of Pathology decided to support the organizing of the international course concerning modern approach to the role of immunohistochemistry in diagnostic pathology. The course is also supported by European Society of Pathology, which granted stipendiums (at the amount equal to the participation fee of the course) for 10 specialists in pathology with less than 5 yr working experience and senior residents in pathology.
I am aware that immunohistochemistry has become an indispensable method in modern diagnostic pathology and is often of very high value not only for identification and typing of tumors but also of greater importance in the identification of therapeutic targets in malignant neoplasms. The competence of diagnostic pathologists in immunohistochemistry is like competence in other diagnostic fields and needs to be regularly updated to ensure QA. That is why we decided to assist in organizing the course dedicated exclusively for specialists in pathology and pathologists in training.
This course in Diagnostic Immunohistochemistry will be held in Krakow, Poland, 16th – 17th October 2014. It is planned as a series of lectures and presentations of seminar cases based on digital images / virtual microscopy. It is designed to provide a comprehensive update on the most useful immunohistochemical markers in selected important fields of diagnostic pathology (the draft of the program and course information, including the conditions needed for registration fee free participation enclosed below).
I personally invite You for this course (programme attached). I will be very grateful if you would send this information also to all your colleges, who are members of your Society
Prof. Anna Nasierowska-Guttmejer
President of Polish Society of Pathologists