Pathology Horizons 2020

10 - 12 September | Newcastle | N. Ireland

Pathology Horizons 2020

10 - 12 September | Newcastle | N. Ireland

Pathology Horizons 2020

Pathology Horizons is an annual and open CPD conference organised by Cirdan to discuss what developments lie ahead in Pathology and what we can do to prepare or take advantage of these

Why attend?

This unique event will give you the chance to learn about new technologies, procedural developments and lines of research that are driving the future of pathology. You will hear about the possible pros and cons of these developments, how people in supporting disciplines should be preparing for and perhaps directing these changes.

Unlike other larger pathology conferences with multiple conference streams, Pathology Horizons is a boutique conference with just one conference stream. Pathology Horizons provides an opportunity for you to contribute your ideas, interact with innovators from around the world in a relaxed setting, while at the same time allowing you to expand your knowledge and make some new contacts.

Who should attend?

Pathology Horizons is open to anyone interested in the area of pathology e.g. Pathologists, Laboratory Managers, Laboratory Technicians and Biomedical Scientists.

 

Venue

Pathology Horizons 2020 will be taking place in the Slieve Donard Resort & Spa in Newcastle, N. Ireland. Nestling at the foot of the Mountains of Mourne, the Slieve Donard Resort and Spa stands in six acres of immaculate private grounds. A golden strand of beach borders one side while the mighty Royal County Down Golf Links frames the other.  Located just 30 miles south of Belfast and 90 miles north of Dublin, it is a fantastic location to mix pleasure and business at this year’s pathology Horizons event. We have secured a discounted Bed and Breakfast rate for conference delegates and will share these details when registration opens.

Pathology Horizons 2020 Venue

Pathology Horizons 2020 will be taking place in the Slieve Donard Resort & Spa in Newcastle, N. Ireland. Nestling at the foot of the Mountains of Mourne, the Slieve Donard Resort and Spa stands in six acres of immaculate private grounds. A golden strand of beach borders one side while the mighty Royal County Down Golf Links frames the other.  Located just 30 miles south of Belfast and 90 miles north of Dublin, it is a fantastic location to mix pleasure and business at this year’s pathology Horizons event. We have secured a discounted Bed and Breakfast rate for conference delegates and will share these details when registration opens.

Pathology Horizons 2018 Venue

Pathology Horizons 2020 will be taking place in the Slieve Donard Resort & Spa in Newcastle, N. Ireland. Nestling at the foot of the Mountains of Mourne, the Slieve Donard Resort and Spa stands in six acres of immaculate private grounds. A golden strand of beach borders one side while the mighty Royal County Down Golf Links frames the other.  Located just 30 miles south of Belfast and 90 miles north of Dublin, it is a fantastic location to mix pleasure and business at this year’s pathology Horizons event. We have secured a discounted Bed and Breakfast rate for conference delegates and will share these details when registration opens.

2016, 2017 and 2018 Conference Overview Videos

These short videos will give a feel for the conference and provide some insight into the benefits of attending this unique event.

Short Videos

 

2018 – Fermanagh, N. Ireland

Dr. Buckley discusses her work in the application of liquid biopsy in the detection and treatment of Ovarian cancer.

Dr. Wallace discusses his views on what the future holds for radiology and pathology integration along with the challenges that lie ahead in this area.

Prof. Armes discusses the future of genome sequencing and the challenges that lie ahead in the area. She also shares her thoughts on Pathology Horizons.
 
 
 

2017 – Cairns, Australia

Dr. Osipov discusses his experience of attending his first Pathology Horizons conference.

Dr. Ashraf Mina discusses the opportunities and challenges that Big Data presents in health and research.

Rushdi Fadhil discusses his experience of attending his first Pathology Horizons conference.

Dr. Anthony Gill discusses Morphologomics and the challenges he faces in his role.

Dr. Michael Legg discusses pathology informatics – challenges and where he sees the future lying.

Dr. Keith Kaplan discusses the future of digital pathology and highlights what hasn’t worked over the past 15 years.

2016 – Galway, Ireland

Dr. Eric Glassy talks about his experience of the Pathology Horizons Conference.

Dr. Fabio Grizzi discusses how to overcome challenges in clinical research.

Dr. Deon Venter discusses the challenge of big data in pathology.

Prof. Richard Levenson discusses the future of pathology.

Prof. Ian Young discusses future trends in clinical chemistry.

Dr. Glenn Edwards discusses where he believes the future of clinical pathology lies.

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