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21st EuroSciCon Webinar on

Clinical Pathology & Bacterial Diseases

Theme: Exploring the Latest Advancements in Pathology against Covid_19

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EuroSciCon will be hosting the 21st Euroscicon Webinar on Clinical Pathology & Bacterial Diseases during 

May 27, 2021

The main theme of our webinar “Exploring the Latest Advancements in Pathology against Covid_19" with an objective to inspire young minds and their research abilities by providing an opportunity to meet the professionals in the field of pathology.

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The word pathology itself might be utilized comprehensively to allude to the investigation of illness when all is said in done, consolidating an extensive variety of bioscience explore fields and medicinal practices. As a field of general request and research, pathology tends to four segments of ailment: cause, instruments of advancement (pathogenesis), basic adjustments of cells (morphologic changes), and the results of changes (clinical manifestations),in like manner medicinal practice, general pathology is for the most part worried about examining known clinical variations from the norm that are markers or antecedents for both irresistible and non-irresistible illness and is led by specialists in one of two noteworthy strengths, anatomical pathology and clinical pathology. Assist divisions in claim to fame exist based on the included example composes (looking at, for instance, cytopathologyhematopathology, and histopathology), organs (as in renal pathology), and physiological frameworks (oral pathology), and based on the focal point of the examination (similarly as with scientific pathology).

What’s New?

Clinical Pathology & Bacterial Diseases meeting is to discuss about various new upcoming technologies, future and current developments and lines of research determining the future of Clinical Pathology & Bacterial Diseases. Experts from all over world will discuss the pros and cons of all the developments and how the upcoming technologies or procedures will change the face of Pathology, Pathologists, Researchers, Scientists and Lecturers. Also, it is a platform, where everyone can share their ideas and interact with global experts to expand their knowledge in the arena of Clinical Pathology & Bacterial Diseases and to build new contacts creating collaborative research opportunities in the sector of Pathology and related disciplines.

Sessions & Tracks

Track 1: Pathology

Pathology may be a subspecialty within the field of drugs which deals with the study of diseases. The word Pathology derives its origin from the Greek words “Pathos” meaning “disease” and “Logos” meaning “study”. A pathological condition is that the one that's caused by a disease, instead of occurring physiologically. Pathology includes the cause, epidemiologypathogenesis, morphogenesis, and manifestations of the disease the main role of a pathologist is the prognosis, diagnosis, treatment of the disease and patient care using novel techniques. There are four main types of disease: infectious diseases, deficiency diseases, genetic diseases (hereditary and non-hereditary), and physiological diseases. Pathology is a vast field and there are many branches such as Anatomical Pathology, Clinical Pathology, Psycho Pathology, Molecular Pathology and many more. Advancements in techniques used in the Pathological treatment of diseases are rapidly increasing and this field has a vast scope for development.

Track 2: Clinical pathology

Clinical pathology deals with the diagnosis of disease using the laboratory testing of tissues, blood, bodily fluids etc. It also involves the microscopic evaluation of individual cells. Clinical pathology includes clinical chemistry and biology, toxicology, blood bank, immunology and serology etc. Many areas of clinical pathology overlap with the anatomical pathology. This overlap leads to increase in the molecular diagnostics and proteomics.

Track 3: Molecular Pathology

Molecular pathology are often defined together of the multi-disciplinary fields that focuses on the disease at the submicroscopic also as molecular level. It deals with the study and examination of the kinds of molecules present within the tissues or organs of the body. it's also called because the combination of both clinical and anatomical pathologya number of the foremost widely used techniques in molecular pathology are PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction), Karyotype imaging of chromosomes, DNA Microarrays etc.

Track 4: Gynecologic Pathology

Gynecologic Pathology may be a medical sub-specialty which deals with the study and diagnosis of diseases involving the feminine genital tract. Gynecology originates from the Greek words “Gyno” meaning “woman” and “logos” meaning “study”. Medical or surgical therapies are considered for treatment of diseases involving the feminine reproductive system. A gynecologist performs operations like Hysterectomyligation, and Oophorectomy. Gynecologic cancer is cancer in ovary, uterus, vagina, vulva or cervix; extensive training is given to the specialists for the diagnosis and treatment. Obstetrics deals with the care of pregnant women throughout the course of pregnancy and childbirth. Both these fields associated with female health with advancements are proving to be simpler and a ray of hope to all or any the women.

Track 5: Pathology Case Report

A case report may be a detailed report of the side effects, signs, determination, treatment and follow-up of a private patient. Pathology Case reports may contain a statistic profile of the patient, however as a rule portrays an uncommon or novel event. Some case reports likewise contain a literature review of other recorded cases.

Track 6: Surgical Pathology

Surgical Pathology can be defined as the study of tissues removed from the living patients during the surgery which is done to diagnose a disease and determine a treatment plan. Surgical pathology generally includes two types of examination, physical examination of the tissue with the naked eye as well as examination under the microscope. It helps for the definitive diagnosis of disease.

Track 7: Forensic Pathology

Forensic pathology is that the study of pathology which cares with the investigation of deaths when there are medico-legal implications. Forensic pathologists generally perform autopsies. forensic medicine helps in evaluating the crime scene evidence including the witness statements. By performing an autopsy, it helps the forensic pathologists to uncover evidence of the injury or diseases.

Track 8: Hemato Pathology 

Hemato Pathology is medical sub-speciality which deals with the study of diseased hematopoietic cells. The term Hematopoiesis means the creation of new blood cells. Clot formation that is pathological due to excessive haemostasis is called Thrombosis. Haemostasis is the absence of bleeding which causes the blood to clot in the damaged vessel or artery itself. Researchers are working isolating stem cells having functioning factors for treating individuals with Hemophilia, which is an inherited blood disorder where the patient’s ability of the body to clot blood is severely reduced. Blood cell disorders like Anemia, Myeloma, ThrombocytosisThalassemia are common. Some types of blood disorders are cancerous while others are non-cancerous. HSC transplantation is currently an active area of research to regenerate blood cells without defects and abnormalities. Transfusion Medicine is a branch of clinical pathology which deals with the transfusion of blood and blood products. Hematopathology is an area of active research and scientists are working to find solutions to rare blood disorders. 

Track 9: Clinical Chemistry Laboratory

Clinical Chemistry may be a sub-field in Laboratory Medicine which deals with the analysis of body fluids for diagnostic and analytical purposes. Clinical diagnostic tests help to assess a person’s overall health. Clinical Pathology involves testing blood and body fluids, and examination of individual cells and tissues at the microscopic level to diagnose a disease. Diagnostic Bio-markers are wont to detect them and identify the manifestation of a disease and also help in diagnosis, drug target identification and response. There are several disease and drug-related bio-markers available. the standard and safety of medicine and laboratory medicines should be monitored for minimal side effects and effective treatment during the course of drug therapy. A flow cytometer is employed to detect the presence of cancerous cells within the body by analyzing the bone marrow cells or blood cells and determining the WBC count. Clinical lab techniques convince be a necessity for understanding the pathological condition of a disease in patients.

Track 10: Immunopathology

Immunopathology are often defined generally because the branch of drugs that deals with the immune reaction which is related to the diseases. It also can be defined because the study of the pathology of varied sorts of organisms, organ systems and diseases with reference to the immune reaction and immunity. Scientists during this field bring vast development like vaccines, antibodies, therapeutics, and diagnostics.

Track 11: Medical Microbiology

Medical Microbiology can be defined as the branch of applied microbiology that deals with the study of the microorganisms which cause infectious diseases. It includes diagnosis, prevention and treatment of infectious diseases. Microorganisms plays a vital role in the field of biotechnology and its industrial applications. Recent research has increased in the field of diagnostic microbiology which is used for the diagnosis of infectious diseases. Medical microbiology also involves the study of beneficial microbes which is helpful in combating infectious diseases and promoting health.

Track 12: Plant Pathology

Plant pathology includes the investigation of pathogen distinguishing proof, sickness etiology, malady cycles, financial effect, plant infection the study of disease transmission, plant ailment obstruction, how plant illnesses influence people and creatures, pathosystemhereditary qualities, and administration of plant ailments. It is the logical investigation of ailments in plants caused by pathogens (irresistible life forms) and natural conditions. Organisms that reason irresistible sickness incorporate growths, oomycetes, microscopic organisms, infections, viroids, infection like creatures, phytoplasmas, protozoa, nematodes and parasitic plants. It additionally interfaces learning from other logical fields, for example, mycology, microbiology, virology, organic chemistry, bio-informatics, and so on.

Track 13: Molecular Plant Pathology

Molecular Plant Pathology depicts how pathogens cause ailment, including investigation of the sub-atomic motioningbetween plant, pathogens and qualities. Sub-atomic plant pathology can be abused to control infection and along these lines augment edit yield. It covers the three primary territories of plant pathology: how pathogens cause sickness; (the sub-atomic flagging that happens amongst plant and pathogen); how plants oppose illness (what is thought about obstruction qualities, apoptosis, and foundational obtained opposition).

Track 14: Chemical pathology

Chemical pathology is the study and investigation of the biochemical bodily fluids such as blood, urine and cerebrospinal fluids. By understanding how and where the body’s chemistry or process has changed one can understand the cause of disease and it can be easily diagnosed and monitored. Chemical pathology is one of the best fields which bring together science and medicine.

Track 15: Transfusion medicine

Transfusion medicine is the therapeutic application of transfusion science and the appropriate use of transfusion therapy to treat patients with a variety of conditions including cancer and leukemia. Consultants in Transfusion Medicine are generally trained in collecting, separating and storing blood and its components, donor management, patient care, stem cell collection, cellular therapy, and coagulation. 

Track 16: Cytopathology

Cytopathology is employed to assist within the diagnosis of cancer, additionally helps within the analysis of certain infectious diseases and other provocative conditions. Cancer Cytopathology is utilized on tests of free cells or tissue parts, instead of histopathology, which concentrates entire tissues. Cytopathology tests are a number of the time called smear tests on the grounds that the specimens could be covers a glass magnifying lens slide for ensuing recoloring and infinitesimal examination. In any case, cytology tests could be found out in several ways, including cytocentrifugation. Diverse kinds of smear tests may likewise be utilized for tumor determination. During this sense, it's named a cytological smear.

Track 17: Histopathology

Histopathology, the minute investigation of natural tissues influenced by infection, can be exceptionally helpful in making a solution and in deciding the seriousness of debilitated tissues and cells and prognosis of a condition. It is used for the distinguishing proof of various effects of ailments on body tissues and perceives tumor. Histopathology units are found in many healing facilities and there are likewise autonomous private research centers. 

Track 18: Renal and Urinary Tract Pathology

The renal pathology research findings are associated with light microscopy, electron microscopy, and immunofluorescence to obtain the accurate diagnosis. Renal Pathology or kidney pathology covers the topics toxic tubular necrosis, renal carcinomas, Diabetic glomerulosclerosis and other kidney related diseases examined under a microscope or molecular testing. Renal pathology in nephrology, toxins, tumors and Pathology of lupus glomerulonephritis are also very important to research topics for renal pathology. Medical renal diseases may affect the glomerulus, the tubules, and interstitium, the vessels, or a combination of these compartments.

Track 19: Cardio Pathology

Cardio Pathology refers to any disease of the Heart. Major Heart Disorders include Coronary Artery Disease (CAD), Coronary Vascular Disease(CVD), Coronary Muscular Disease(Cardiomyopathy) and Arrhythmia. Heart Failure is a pathophysiologic state where the heart fails to pump blood in accordance with the requirement of metabolizing the tissues. To maintain the pumping of heart in such cases, compensatory mechanisms which increase cardiac muscle mass and blood volume are employed. Imaging techniques such as ECG and chest radiography are carried out to know the extent of diseased condition of the heart. Treatment to manage and cure heart diseases includes Pharmacologic and Non- Pharmacologic Therapies and even surgical treatment options are available. A key to maintaining a healthy heart is to keep blood pressure and cholesterol levels under control and following good lifestyle habits.

Track 20: Pediatric pathology

Pediatric pathology is the sub-specialty of surgical pathology which deals with the study, diagnosis, and characterization of neoplastic and non-neoplastic diseases of children and infants. It includes diagnosis of diseases that impact the normal growth and development of the children starting from the embryonic stage to the adolescence. It also covers the spectrum of disorders of early development which includes embryology, placentology, and teratology.

Track 21: Dermatopathology

Dermatopathology may be a combination of dermatology and pathology which specialise in the study of cutaneous disease at the microscopic and molecular level. Sometimes dermatologists got to do skin biopsy which is examined under the microscope to seek out out precisely the explanation for disease. Biopsies also need specialized testing like immunofluorescence, immunohistochemistry, microscope , flow chemistry and molecular pathogenic analysis. Dermatopathology cases may sometimes include melanoma, and other skin disorders, infectious and pediatric diseases.

Track 22: Veterinary Pathology

Veterinary pathologists are specialists of veterinary solution who invest huge energy in the determination of ailments through the examination of animal tissue and body fluids. Other than the finding of the sicknesses in sustenance making animals, accomplice animals, zoo animals and common life, veterinary pathologists furthermore have a basic part in cure exposure and prosperity and sensible research.

Track 23: Nanotechnology in Pathology

Nanotechnology is observed to be an eventual fate of pathology since the irresistible operators are not as much as tiny in a measure so to find them at the soonest is an incredible test looked by pathologists and to beat these obstacles analysts are working with Nano-technologist to brilliant up against the fate of Pathology.

Track 24: Radiation pathology

Radiation pathology deals with the examination of changes in tissues due to their exposure to ionizing radiations. Radiation plays an important part in the multidisciplinary management of head and neck cancer and is associated with acute and late effects in the irradiated tissues, which in turn affect the quality of life. The capacity to anticipate and recognize ordinary tissue reactions may make ready towards the proper and auspicious administration of these sequelae.

Track 25: Microbial Pathology

Microbial pathology-the investigation of the sub-atomic instruments utilized by organisms to cause infection in people and creatures. Bacterial, protozoan, vegetation and irresistible specialist pathogens have developed a decent type of instruments to determine themselves inside the host and pick up supplements that conjointly cause mischief and infection. Microbial Pathogenesis is the investigation of the atomic systems utilized by microorganisms to cause ailment in people and creatures. Bacterial, protozoan, parasitic and viral pathogens have developed a wide assortment of instruments to build up themselves in the host and pick up supplements, which likewise cause harm and malady. Different systems of pathogenesis incorporate host guard avoidance.

Track 26: Oncopathology

Oncopathology is a branch of Cytopathology which is identified with oncology. The branch of medication that arrangements with the revolution, assurance, and treatment of malignancy are oncology. Changes in the association of ailment are extremely essential so on pathologists should be invigorated about the latest progression. The oncopathologist are stressed over the etiology and course of human threat and its assurance and avoidance. The goal of Cancer Cytopathology is to give a discourse to the exchanging of information among oncopathologists.

Track 27: Bacteriology

Bacteria are single cellular  microorganisms that lack a nuclear membrane and are dividing by binary fission. The study of bacteria called as bacteriology. Bacteriological study helps in the field of agricultural, or soil, bacteriology; clinical diagnostic bacteriology; industrial bacteriology; marine bacteriology; public-health bacteriology; sanitary, or hygienic, bacteriology; and systematic bacteriology. Major researches in this field help in development of many useful vaccines. The major advantages are the discovery of antibiotics that are helpful in the diagnosis of various types of disease. Recombinant bacteria are useful in bacteriologic research to manufacture biomolecules (e.g. interferon) needed for research and patient care.

Track 28: Virology

Virology is the study of viruses, about the nucleic acid and protein that are responsible for their replication in plants, animals and humans. It reveal about the study of their distribution, biochemistry, about their histology, ecology and clinical aspects of virus. It is the scientific discipline concerned with the viruses, physiology, molecular biology and viral diseases along with their causal agents. Cells effected by viruses and the changes in its in response to the virus lead to the manifestations of viral disease.

Track 29: Clinical Aspects of Bacterial Infection

Clinical aspects or analysis of bacterial diseases and Clinical bacteriology supports the diagnosis of diseases by different types of clinical methods.  There are different types of specimens that are used in cases report in clinical pathology. They are blood, urine, sputum, faeces, and other body fluids, which deals with the health care, especially the diagnosis and treatment of different types of disorders in our body. 

Track 30: Pathogenesis

Pathogenesis is the term used to describe the origin and development of a disease. It is determined by the balance between host and virus. The pathogenesis of infectious diseases describes the mechanisms of its development, progression, and either persists or is resolved. To understand the pathogenesis of an infectious disease at the cellular and molecular levels is difficult for discovering, developing, and implementing methods to prevent infection, and to improve patient outcomes after treatment.

Track 31: Breast Pathology

Bosom growths can be separated into two fundamental all-encompassing gatherings: the carcinomas and the sarcomas. Carcinomas are diseases that emerge from the epithelial part of the bosom. The epithelial segment comprises of the cells that line the lobules and terminal conduits; under ordinary conditions, these epithelial cells are in charge of making milk. Carcinomas contain most by far of all bosom tumors, and will be additionally talked about underneath. Sarcomas are uncommon malignancies that emerge from the stromal (connective tissue) segments of the bosom. These stromal part cells incorporate myofibroblasts and vein cells, and growths emerging from these "strong" cells incorporate phyllodes tumors and angiosarcoma. Sarcomas represent less than 1% of essential bosom tumors.

Track 32: Liver Pathology

Histological examinations of liver biopsy before treatment indicated amassing of fat inside the hepatocytes, bile pipe endothelium and epithelium and kupffer cells which contains the entry macrophages. The liver fills in because the filtration ground of ingested intestinal luminal substance which is particularly powerless to microbial antigens.

Track 33: Flow cytometry and immunocytochemistry

In biochemistry, immunostaining is any use of an antibody-based method to detect a selected protein during a sample. The term "immunostaining" was originally wont to ask the immunohistochemical staining of tissue sections, as first described by Albert Coons in 1941. However, immunostaining now encompasses a broad range of techniques utilized in histology, cell biology, and biology that use antibody-based staining methods.

Track 34: Digital Pathology and e-Pathology

Digital Pathology and e-Pathology e-Pathology is defining the new paradigm of anatomic pathology. Telepathology image-based information sent to the far distance by telecommunication technology for research analysis in both academic and business side. e-Pathology may be a complete scan of a microscopic glass slide and therefore the viewing of the eSlide on a computer monitor through a digital software . The researchers in pathology look beyond the Advancements in diagnosis pathology by using the automated image analysis. the worldwide digital pathology market, valued at $1.98 billion in 2012, is estimated to succeed in $5.7 billion by 2020. The Association of Digital Pathology is that the main Association in Digital pathology field and conducts annual Pathology meetings. Ventana, Leica, Philips, GE Healthcare are the most competitors for Digital Pathology software updates and new releases.

Track 35: Cerebro-Vascular Pathology

Cerebro-Vascular Pathology is that the disorders that affect the brain and results in unconsciousness or altered consciousness. The state of Coma occurs when the human brain is not any longer alert thanks to brain injury, brain cancer, stroke, epilepsy, spastic paralysis or brain infections. Traumatic Brain Injury occurs when some external force injures the brain and results in intracranial injury and causes severe brain trauma. Brian function is either permanently or temporarily impaired in such cases. Hematoma, focal lesions, and cerebral laceration are a number of the notable pathologies of the brain following a traumatic brain injury. Studies on Brain hemodynamics currently include developing models to relate neural activity with the quantity of blood and oxygen flow to the brain tissues and thus developing improved technologies like Brain Oxygenation Dependent MRI and other networks. Imaging biomarkers are available for Alzheimer’s disease which assesses the pathologies of certain accumulated toxic or mutated bio-products within the brain.

Cancer Cytopathology

Cancer Cytopathology provides a unique forum for interaction and dissemination of original research and educational information relevant to the practice of cytopathology and its related oncologic disciplines.


Pathology is the causal study of diseases by examining the sample of body tissues (for example, Pap smears / biopsies) and body fluids (for example, blood / urine, etc.). It creates a bridge between health science and medicine. Pathology covers all aspects of patient care, from diagnosis to treatment and prevention advice. In general, pathologists work with doctors, scientists, nurses and healthcare professionals in hospitals and GP surgeries to diagnose, prevent and treat diseases. All segments of pathology are composed of more than 20 different disciplines, starting with general disciplines such as cytopathology, histopathology, chemical pathology, hematopathology, anatomical pathology, medical microbiology and more advanced digital pathology.

The global market for Clinical Pathology generated approximately US $ 1.98 billion in 2012 and is expected to reach US $ 5.7 billion by 2020. The automation of conventional pathology methods is the main driving force for this market, which leads to improvements in workflow efficiency, analysis efficiency. The other determining factor includes speed and precision in the results, availability of diagnostic resources in remote areas, cost reduction, reduction of procedural costs from the delivery of the slide to the data. The main disadvantage is the strict regulatory approval process for digital pathology systems. The other limiting factors are: cost of integrating the digital pathology system and standardization of technology and data interpretation format between countries. The Whole slide imaging (WSI) is the most revenue generating segment in this arena with the greatest growth potential.

The European Clinical pathology market is estimated to reach $ 151 million in 2021, against $ 62.3 million in 2012. During the same period, the US digital pathology market will reach $ 205.67 million 77.23 million to a 17% CAGR. Among all countries, North America will dominate the Digital Pathology market, followed by Europe, Latin America and Asia-Pacific. Asia-Pacific will witness the fastest growth (at a 13.4% CAGR) during the forecast period. The growth will be supported by an increase in the number of cancer patients, an increase in demand for new patient care facilities and a reduction in laboratory expenses.

Clinical  Pathology plays a fundamental role for the study, diagnosis and treatment of several chronic diseases, such as infectious diseases and cancer. Includes analysis of biopsy or body parts to diagnose a disease. It is also very important in the Pharmaceutical Industries to carry out toxicological studies. This clinical pathology market has enormous growth potential, fueled by the increase in the prevalence of chronic diseases, an increase in the aging of the population and, in addition, an increase in health spending worldwide. The global clinical pathology market can be segmented into types of products and services. The pathology services market can be segmented into reagents, consumables, instruments and services. The instruments can be segmented into slide filters, tissue processors, microtomes and the application market can be segmented for drug discovery and diagnosis. The products in terms of users' ca are segmented in diagnostic laboratories, hospitals and research organizations.

The clinical pathology market is dominated by North America, followed by Europe and Asia. This growth is attributed to the rapid increase in the prevalence of chronic diseases, the increase in the aging population, the growing demand for personalized medicine, the presence of a large market and huge government and private investments. The clinical pathology market was valued at around US $ 16.2 billion in  

With more than 33 organizations donating computerized pathology equipment, programming pathology and administrations, the global showcase for advanced pathology is estimated to reach about $ 4.5 billion in 2018. The clinical pathology market is expected to bring in $ 1,052 million in 2022. Clinical pathology is on the rise and advancement in the field of pathology. The digitalization of pathology has prompted the computerization of exams in the middle of the investigation, saving costs and attempts. The net effect was an incredible cost reduction across the cost of characteristic methodologies and organizations.

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Top USA Pathology Universities:

University of IowaPurdue University West LafayetteNorthwestern UniversityUniversity of Wisconsin Madison | University of Arizona | Boston University | Indiana University | University of Texas Austin  | Ohio State University | University of Texas Dallas | University of Illinois Urbana Champaign | University of Kansas | MGH Institute of Health Professions | Syracuse University | University of Tennessee Knoxville | University of North Carolina Chapel Hill | Emerson College | University of Connecticut | University of Wisconsin Madison | University of Marylan College Park | Temple University | Pennsylvania State University University Park | University of Colorado Boulder | Purdue University West Lafayette | Rush University Medical Center  | University of Nebraska Lincoln | Florida State University | James Madison University | University of Georgia | University of Vermont | University of Utah | University of South Carolina | George Washington University |  Arizona State University | University of Massachusetts Amherst | University at Buffalo | Columbia University | University of North Carolina Greensboro | University of Memphis | Teachers College | Northeastern University | San Diego State University | University of Florida | University of Minnesota Twin Cities | University of Pittsburgh | Northwestern University | MGH Institute of Health Professions | University of Washington | Vanderbilt University | University of Cincinnati | University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center | Ohio University | University of Kentucky | Michigan State University | Gallaudet University

Best Europe Pathology Universities

University College Dublin | Technische Universitat Munchen | Universite de Geneve | Cardiff University | University of Stirling | University of Birmingham | Maastricht University | Newcastle University | Queen Mary University of London | University of Copenhagen | University of Westminster | University of Southampton | Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne | University of Edinburgh | University of Brighton | Imperial College London | University of Glasgow | King’s College London | Dublin Institute of Technology | University of Nottingham | University of Bradford | ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology)  | University of Warwick | University of Bristol | University of Leeds | University of Oxford | Newcastle University | University of Groningen | University of Cambridge | University College London | Harper Adams University | University of Liverpool | Trinity College Dublin | University of Nottingham | Durham University | The University of Manchester | University College Dublin | University of St. Andrews | Manchester Metropolitan University | University of Leicester | University of York | Trinity College Dublin | Universitat Zuric.

Top Asia Pacific and Middle East Pathology Universities:

Jordan University of Science and Technology | Sultan Qaboos University | Zayed University | Al Jazeera University UAE | King Faisal University | British University in Dubai |  King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences | Maarefa Medical College | Batterjee Medical College | Al Ain University of Science & Technology | Hashemite University | Ibn Sina National College for Medical Studies | United Arab Emirates University | Al Qaseem University | American University of Ras al Khaimah AURAK | University of Hail |  Skyline University College | King Saud University | Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University | Tabuk University | Alfaisal University | Abu Dhabi University | University of Jordan | Petroleum Institute Abu Dhabi | Masdar Institute of Science & Technology | Gulf Medical University | Jumeira University | Arabian Gulf University | Imam Muhammad ibn Saud Islamic University | Canadian University of Dubai | University of Sharjah | Gulf Medical University King Khalid University | Al Falah University | Taibah University | Amity University Dubai Salman bin abdlaziz university | University of Dubai Yarmouk UniversityAlhosn UniversityKuwait University | Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland | University of Dammam | Ras al-Khaimah Medical and Health Sciences University |  American University in the Emirates | Dubai Medical College | Ajman University of Science & Technology | University of Wollongong in Dubai | Umm al-Qura University | Higher Colleges of Technology | Khalifa University of Science, Technology and Research Oman Medical College | Manipal University Dubai Campus | King Abdulaziz University | Al-Majmaah University | Mutah University |  American University in Dubai | American University of Sharjah | Mohammed bin Rashid University | Al Jouf University | Taif University

Top Asia Pathology Universities:

Nagoya University  Kyung Hee University | Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) | Nanjing University | Wuhan University | Chinese University of Hong Kong | Kyushu University | Tohoku University | University of Macau | Pohang University of Science and Technology | Zhejiang University | Osaka University | Yonsei University | Shanghai Jiao Tong University |  National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (Taiwan Tech) | Korea University | Toyota Technological Institute Veltech University City University of Hong Kong Sabanca University Sun Yat-sen University Kyoto University | | Hong Kong University of Science and Technology | Tel Aviv University | King Abdulaziz University | Hong Kong Polytechnic University | National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) | National Chiao Tung University | Al Jazeera University UAE | Hebrew University of Jerusalem | Hanyang University | Seoul National University | Technion Israel Institute of Technology | National Tsing Hua University | University of Tokyo | Indian Institute of Technology Bombay | Fudan University | Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology | University of Hong Kong | Bilkent University | Tsinghua University | Tokyo Institute of Technology | Koç University | Peking University | National Taiwan University | Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU) | Indian Institute of Science | Nanyang Technological University | Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU) | University of Science and Technology of China

Pathology Societies: 

New York Pathological Society  American Society for Cytotechnology | California Society of Pathologists | International Academy of Pathology | British Neuropathological Society | American Osteopathic Board of Pathology | Los Angeles Society of Pathologists | Berkshire Surrey Pathology Service | American Society of Hematology | Health Services Laboratories | The American Association for Clinical Chemistry | United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology | The American Association of Blood Banks | The American Society of Hematology | American College of Pathology | Pathological Society of London | American Society for Investigative Pathology | The American Society of Clinical Laboratory Scientists | College of American Pathologists | Sir William Dunn School of Pathology | American Society of Cytopathology | Abu Kabir Forensic Institute | American Association of Neuropathologists | Research Institute of Molecular Pathology | American Society for Clinical Pathology | The Clinical Immunology Society | The Clinical Laboratory Management Association | The Association of Genetic Technologists | American Society for Clinical Pathology

Pathology Conferences:

USA Conferences:

Improving MDS Outcomes from Diagnosis to Treatment: A Multidisciplinary Approach | Common Challenges in Gynecologic and Obstetric Pathology | Diagnostic Pitfalls in Urologic Pathology | The 10th Joint MSKCC/HSS/IOR Course in Musculoskeletal Tumor Pathology and Clinical Oncology | Advances in Modeling Cancer in Mice: Technology | 17th Annual Current Topics in Gastointestinal and Liver Pathology | Preventive and Personalized Medicine & Molecular Diagnostics |Dermatopathology in Paradise: From the Basics of Inflammatory Skin Disease to Advanced Techniques with Neoplasms | 4th Annual Multidisciplinary Colorectal Oncology Course | 7th International Symposium on Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma | Gastric and Soft Tissue Neoplasms 2017 | Breast & GYN Conference 2017 | Maternal-Fetal Crosstalk: Harmony vs. Conflict | 5th International Conference on Current Trends in Mass Spectrometry | 2nd International Conference on Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine, 2017 Therapeutic Apheresis Academy | 66th Annual Montagna Symposium on the Biology of Skin | A Journey through Diagnostically Challenging Areas in Gynecologic Pathology | College of American Pathologists (CAP) 2017 Annual Meeting | The Osler Institute`s Pathology Review | 7th International Conference on Predictive

Europe Conferences:

Diagnostic Histopathology of Soft Tissue tumors | Educational Symposia: Symposium at Sea - Gastrointestinal Pathology in the British Isles | 5th International Congress on Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease | Vincent Academy of Pathology: Diagnostic Breast Pathology | Mayo Clinic: 22nd International Surgical Pathology Symposium | Vincent Academy of Pathology: Diagnostic Dermatopathology | Educational Symposia: Symposia at Sea - Practical Dermatopathology and Soft Tissue Pathology | XII National congress of the Bulgarian Society of Ophthalmology | Vincent Academy of Pathology: Basics in Diagnostic Breast and Gynecologic Pathology | 2nd Annual Cancer Immunotherapy Summit | Educational Symposia: Symposia at Sea - A Practical Review of Soft Tissue Tumor and Gastrointestinal Pathology | 29th European Congress of Pathology | ALAB: Current Concepts for the Practicing Pathologists | Vincent Academy of Pathology: Diagnostic Thyroid Pathology and Cytology | Microbiome Translating into Diagnostics and BioTherapeutics Summit

Asia Conferences:

15thGlobal experts Meeting on Pathology and Laboratory Medicine | 19th International Conference on Veterinary Pathology and Epidemiology 

Pathology Companies:

Pathology Companies in Europe:

Quest Diagnostics Inc., | LKH Klagenfurt | Spectra Laboratories | Alere Inc | University Hospital Pilsen | DaVita Healthcare Partners Inc., | Clinical Centre of Serbia | modern healthcare | Laboratory Corporation of America | SYNLAB International GMBH  | Genomic Health Inc., | Bio Reference Laboratories   | University Hospitals of Geneva | Myriad Genetics Inc.,Siemens Healthineers | Charite Universitatsmedizin Berlin University Medical Center Freiburg | Motol University Hospital | NeoGenomics Inc., | Sonic Healthcare Limited

 Pathology Companies in Asia Pacific and the Middle East:

Global Hawk Imaging & Diagnostics (GHID)  | Medsol Diagnostics | Capital Health Screening Centre | Allied Diagnostics | Biosytech  | Aster DM Healthcare | Tawam Molecular Imaging Centre (TMIC) | Al Borg Laboratory | Fetal Medicine and Genetic Center |   Minerva Diagnostics laboratory | National Reference Laboratory (NRL)  | Dubai Modern Laboratory Medsol Diagnostics | Pasteur Central Laboratories UAE |  Freiburg Medical Laboratory Middle East LLC (FML) | Clinical Pathology Services LLC (CPS)

Pathology Companies in Asia:

Mangalam Diagnostic Research Centre | Thyrocare Technologies Ltd MedPlus Health Services Pvt Ltd | Sneha Diagnostics | Piramal Diagnostics   | Thyrocare Technologies Ltd  | Mangalam Diagnostic Research Centre | Mullackals | Acton Biotech | Vishesh Hospitals and Diagnostics Solutions SRL Diagnostics Ltd | MediScan Systems | Helix Pathlabs | Dr Lal PathLabs Pvt Ltd | Piramal Diagnostics | Sneha Diagnostics | Medinova Group | Metropolis Health Services (India) Ltd | Swagene | MedPlus Health Services Pvt Ltd | NM Medical Centre | Dr. Dangs Pathology Labs |  Metro Scans & Laboratory | Vishesh Hospitals and Diagnostics Solutions 

Pathology Jobs:

Pathology Jobs in USA:

Pathologist Opportunity  Dermatopathology fellowship  | Cytopathologist   | GU Santa Clara | Board Certified Clinical and Anatomical Pathologist    |Physician  Pathology | Neuropathologist/Surgical Pathologist | Physician Pathology Anatomic and Clinical | Pathology  Surgical Derm | UCLA Department of Pathology Seeking Chief of Breast Pathology  | Medical DirectorFlow Cytometry and Hematology LabsPathologist – Director |  Associate Medical Director of Clinical Laboratories – NYC | Chief Medical Officer (CMO) – Pathology | Chair of Pathology – Physician  | Physician – Pathologist (Cytopathology) | Pathology - Bone and Soft Tissue Pathologist | BC Pathologist to Join 5 in Wichita  | Physician-Pathology

Pathology Jobs in Europe:

Gastroenterologist DermatologistPathologist | Clinical Biochemist Position | Ophthalmologist | Anatomic/Pathologist | Consultant in Microbiology | Specialist Pathology | Neurologist |  Specialist Doctor Clinical Pathology General/ENT/Thoracic | Pathologist/Pathology Doctors | Registrar & Consultant doctor in HaematologyHistopathology Consultant | Consultant – Histopathology | GP-doctors | Specialist DoctorPathologist Position | Specialist PathologyClinical Pathologist

Pathology Jobs in Asia Pacific and Middle East:

ENT Specialist | Lab Medicine & Pathology Specialist | Consultant Pathology/Histopathology | Histo/Cyto Pathologist | Pathologist Assistant Laboratory Technical Director Lab Medicine & Pathologist Senior Consultant  | Clinical Pathologist Female Specialist Dermatologist Consultant Pathologist/NJ | Research Specialist II/Pathology Laboratory | Consultant Clinical & Anatomical Pathologist | Consultant Microbiologist in Laboratory | Specialist Doctor/Consultant Position | Consultant–Hematopathologist Consultant - Renal Pathologist General Practitioner | Laboratory Director/Toxicology & Laboratory Services Consultant Microbiologist Clinical Pathologist

Pathology Jobs in Asia:

Consultant Microbiologist | Laboratory Director/Toxicology & Laboratory Services Female Specialist Dermatologist | Consultant Microbiologist in Laboratory | Consultant Pathology/Histopathology    | Consultant Clinical & Anatomical Pathologist | Consultant Pathology/Histopathology | Laboratory Technician | Consultant Hematopathologist | Clinical Pathologist | Consultant Renal Pathologist | Specialist Doctor/Consultant Position | Consultant/Histopathologist | Research Specialist /Pathology Laboratory | Laboratory Technical Director  | Clinical Pathologist | Consultant PathologistConsultant Histopathologist in LaboratoryHisto/Cyto Pathologist | Consultant - Renal Pathologist

Pathology Journals:

American Journal of Surgical Pathology | Plant Pathology (journal) CytoJournal | Brain Pathology | Indian Journal of Pathology & Microbiology | Toxicologic Pathology | Human Pathology | Virchows Archiv | Acta Neuropathologica | Molecular Plant Pathology | Laboratory Investigation | Neuropathology and Applied Neurobiology | Ultrastructural Pathology | International Journal of Surgical Pathology | International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Pathology | Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology | The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics | The American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology | Australasian Plant Pathology | The Journal of Pathology | Journal of Cytology | Journal of Clinical Pathology | Journal of Cutaneous Pathology | Journal of Forensic Sciences | Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine | The American Journal of Pathology | Histopathology (journal)

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