The Office of Continuous Professional Development at the Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology would like to invite you to our next meeting of communities of interest.
The next Community of Interest will be in Gynecologic Pathology.
The goal is to create a forum where pathologists with an interest in gynepathology could meet and share interesting cases in a friendly, informal, and collegial manner.
We invite you to attend and highly encourage you to present.
As part of our Monday seminar series, we are delighted to welcome our speaker:
Bo Wang PhD
Department of Laboratory Medicine & Pathobiology
Department of Computer Science
Rita Kandel MD, FRCPC
How to join
An email including Zoom link will be sent to the LMP community.
If you are not part of LMP and wish to join, please contact:
As many racialized graduate students have shared with us, and as we too know, the question, “Where are you from?” is a question that permeates myriad experiences of racialization. For many of us, the question of where we are from never yields a simple answer, even if the expectation is that we answer simply in one-word or in a single sentence.
Although standards and protocols in laboratories are very high, they can be inconsistent between laboratories.
Harmonization of clinical laboratories’ quality systems across the region can reduce this variation, which is fundamental to ensuring improved patient safety and care. Appropriate laboratory utilization is also important to improve patient care and safety, as well as to reduce unnecessary testing and healthcare costs.
The Mackenzie Financial Keynote Lectureship in Paediatric Oncology, hosted by the Garron Family Cancer Centre at SickKids.
2019 Nobel Prize recipient in medicine or physiology:
William G. Kaelin, Jr., M.D.
Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Sidney Farber Professor of Medicine
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Harvard Medical School
A continuing medical education event sponsored by Sunnybrook Health Sciences Center.
More information and exact times to follow.
How to register
Contact Karen Laws email@example.com by June 7 2021 (please use “2021 Saturday in Pathology” as the “Subject” of the email).