Session Types Explained
Special Courses address issues that cross subspecialty borders. These courses range from 2-8 hours.
Evening Specialty Conferences are developed to provide learners with the most current information by examining case materials to illustrate new information about a subject, recent technological advances, and a review of complex topics.
Satellite Symposia are industry-sponsored, CME-certified symposia offered in conjunction with the USCAP Annual Meeting.
Exhibitor Seminars are sessions where exhibitors present their latest research findings and allow for discussion and networking.
The focus of this course is to provide a deep dive into a specific topic. Faculty members will use lectures and interactive case based discussions to review diagnostic challanges and udpates.
Join two of pathology’s most distinguished teachers as they guide you through challenging cases in a virtual slide session. Each will spend 50 minutes sharing diagnostic pearls and cautionary tales while engaging audience members in an open access interactive session.
NEW! These sessions will provide a practical approach to handling cases that routinely pass through the surgical pathology service. These sessions are open to everyone, however they may be most beneficial for trainees and junior faculty members.
These interactive sessions feature presenters from the Stowell-Orbison Poster Session. Each presenter has 5 minutes to discuss their research.
NEW! This session will provide an in-depth assessment of the spectrum of findings that may be seen in “normal” biopsy samples. Faculty will discuss normal anatomy and histology as well as potential pitfalls. This new session is open to everyone at all levels of experience.