Dear ESP Members, Dear Colleagues, It is our great pleasure to present you the European Society of Pathology (ESP) Newsletter Autumn 2018 edition!
The position is focused in a specialist in pathology with grant of 3 years contract.
The 1st ECCO Policy Workshop on Multidisciplinary Cancer Care aims to shape the policy environment at European and national levels to improve quality of cancer care across Europe and decrease inequalities in cancer outcomes.
Almost 3,500 delegates from 87 countries gathered at the Euskalduna Conference Centre celebrating the 30th anniversary of the European Congress of Pathology. About 150 very well attended sessions took place and the poster exhibition included 616 posters in 26 topics. We are very grateful for your participation, which certainly contributed to the success of this year’s congress.
The Department of Pathology at Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen is currently looking for a physician-scientist for a position as research group leader at the Biotech Research and Innovation Centre (BRIC), University of Copenhagen, and with close relations to the Pathology Department.
You are invited to participate in a survey on “Artificial Intelligence in Pathology” There is a growing body of evidence highlighting the utility of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in pathology. AI is a type of mathematical algorithm that allows computers to carry out human-like tasks considered “intelligent”, such as recognizing diagnostic histologic patterns or counting mitotic figures on digital H&E slides. This has the potential to radically transform the clinical practice of pathologists. This anonymous survey was developed to understand the…
The consultants must have GMC registration (full or specialist). Here is the link that they can visit to get registration if they do not have it. https://www.gmc-uk.org/ registration-and-licensing/ join-the-register. The GMC are very responsive so any queries the Dr may have, they can ask the GMC either by phone or by email.