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2nd SGH Clinical Pathology Frontiers in Technology Workshop

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Date: 
19 October 2018 (Friday)

Venue:
Seminar Room L1-S1,
Academia, Singapore General Hospital,
Singapore 169856

About the course:
Every fruitful hiking expedition begins with good preparation and planning. Similarly, the road to quality laboratory result is founded on appropriate checks along the specimen journey. When encountering unexpected obstacles en route, the skills and knowledge in manoeuvring these challenges will determine the difference between success and failure in conquering the summit.
Join us on this one-day session as laboratory medicine professionals share practical tips and fundamentals of laboratory quality aspects on surviving and negotiating the tricks and traps of the clinical laboratory!

Programme: Click here to view the workshop prgramme.

For course details and registration, please visit:
https://www.sgh.com.sg/ClinPathFitWorkshop

 

 


9th SGH Breast Pathology Course: Current Updates in Breast Pathology

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Date: 
9 - 11 November 2018 (Friday - Sunday)

Venue:
Division of Pathology
Academia, Diagnostics Tower
Singapore General Hospital
Singapore 169856

About the course:
Our 2 1/2-day breast pathology fiesta promises an exciting array of breast pathology cases which can be enjoyed through conventional light microscopy as well as via digital microscopy. Lectures incorporate common and recurrent diagnostic challenges in breast pathology practice.

This year, we are honoured to have Dr Stuart J. Schnitt from USA and Dr Elena Provenzano from UK. Dr Schnitt is a pathologist in Boston, Massachusetts and is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Brigham and Women's Hospital. He is globally renowned as a breast pathologist and outstanding educator. Dr Elena Provenzano is Lead Breast Histopathologist for the Cambridge Breast Unit at Addenbrooke’s Hospital.  Her key interests are in the molecular taxonomy of breast cancer and assessment of tumour response to neoadjuvant therapy.

Together with local and regional faculty offering insights and expertise, this 9th SGH Breast Pathology Course will update you on the latest in breast pathology amid a congenial milieu of camaraderie and collegial interactions.

Who should attend:
Practising pathologists, pathology fellows and residents, and clinicians managing breast conditions.

For course details and registration, please visit:
http://www.sgh.com.sg/BreastPathologyCourse

 


Investigating Diseases

Watch full video on YouTube: https://youtu.be/nemvCqyrchw 

Disease is like an enemy - to defeat it, you must study, understand and identify its weakness.

Watch Assoc Prof Tony Lim and his team from SGH Division of Pathology investigate 'enemies' and their characteristics to find optimal treatment and uncover potential cures for patients. Your support fuels innovative science that leads to tomorrow's cures.

Be part of our life-saving research by visiting http://www.singhealth.com.sg/giving and choose Pathology.

 

 

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