An investment in learning and development sums up Congress exactly. Change continues to happen in pathology at an almost unprecedented pace, and many biomedical scientists are extending their knowledge and skills beyond their own specialty as services and departments merge, technologies are shared across scientific disciplines, and responsibilities are extended. This is where Congress ticks so many boxes. Over four days there will be over 300 lectures across 15 different subjects and specialties. This is science like nowhere else, as the following preview illustrates.
Cellular pathology continues to evolve almost out of all recognition, not only with the introduction of dissection and reporting opportunities, but also with the increasing use and application of molecular biology techniques to routine practice. However, there remains a role for convention technology