Departmental faculty, fellows, and residents to present research at USCAP meeting in Washington, D.C during March 16-21, 2019.

Published: March 15th, 2019

Category: Department News, Pathology News, UF News

The annual USCAP meeting is the most prominent venue for anatomic and clinical pathologists to expand their knowledge in the field of pathology and to keep up to date in this constantly evolving specialty. This conference also provides several platforms for the presentation of scholarly works and educational instruction. At this year’s meeting in Washington. D.C., our own faculty, fellows, and residents have contributed to an exceptional number of works including 22 abstracts and 5 educational courses offered to other conference attendees.

Congratulations to all our clinical faculty and trainees, particularly Drs. Yachnis, Liu, and Shenoy whom will be leading educational sessions for pathologists from around the world.

https://www.xcdsystem.com/uscap/program/2019/