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"The Spring Meeting in San Diego was a great success. Despite some rainy weather, we enjoyed another worthwhile gathering for intellectual and social discourse. Highlights included a near-record number of abstract submissions, from which an exceptional set of platform and poster presentations emerged."
Click here for complete President's Message from Raj Kapur.
(last updated 3-15-2014)
"One of the Practice Committee’s current pursuits is understanding physician effort involved in pediatric and perinatal autopsies. In conjunction with the Perinatal Group, we wrote an Editorial, recently published in Archives of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, discussing the unique complexities and challenges of perinatal autopsy."
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(last update 4-18-2014)
"On December 3, 2013, representatives from twenty pathology societies met in Washington, DC, for a day-long Pathology Workforce Summit sponsored by the ASCP, the CAP, the USCAP and the Association of Pathology Chairs (APC). The Society for Pediatric Pathology was among the participants, represented by Charles Timmons, Secretary-Treasurer."
Click here for Executive Summary and Propositions from the Pathology Workforce Summit.
(last updated 4-13-2014)
"For the Spring Meeting of the Society in San Diego, the Research committee designated 14 abstracts as eligible for the Vawter Award and 3 for the Neustein Award."
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(last updated 3-18-2014)
"The Research Committee reviewed 116 abstracts for the recent spring meeting in San Diego. Reviewers and attendees alike appreciated and learned from the high quality of research being performed by Society members."
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(last updated 3-19-2014)
Minutes from the 2012 Annual Business Meeting
Click here for complete 2012 Annual Business Meeting minutes.
(last updated 2-6-2013)
Society for Pediatric Pathology Education Committee News
"The 2012 SPP Spring Meeting received very good to excellent evaluations in the categories of overall meeting, symposium (overall and individual speakers), platform sessions, poster discussions, workshops and Farber-Landing lecture. "
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(last updated 1-11-2013)