An investment in learning and development sums up Congress exactly. Change continues to happen in pathology at an almost unprecedented pace, and this is a challenge for those needing to broaden their skills and knowledge. This is where Congress ticks so many boxes. Over four days there will be over 300 lectures across 15 different subjects and specialties. The following provides a glimpse of what’s on the scientific programme and more importantly the quality of the speakers contributing to the success of this biennial event.
Disease models and quantitative pathology in liver research: Dr Tim Kendall
Dr Kendall is a Senior Clinical Research Fellow in Pathology at the University of Edinburgh and consultant liver pathologist at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. His research interests are liver fibrogenesis and primary liver cancer, but he also provides histopathological support for other preclinical, translational