The PathLAKE consortium members have been overwhelmed by the response to one of their latest online training courses – An Update On Diagnostic Challenges in Breast Pathology. All 500 places were snapped up in just four days.
PathLAKE are proud to be one of the main supporting partners organising the half-day event which takes place on 8 September and which is led by the International Society of Breast Pathology (ISBP). The event brings together leading histopathologists and experts from around the world - Professors Fernando Schmitt, Emad Rakha, Ian Ellis, Tan Puay Hoon, Cecily Quinn and Jorge Reis-Filho.
They will be covering the latest WHO updates on breast tumour classification; approaches to the diagnosis of challenging lesions; and updates on the use of IHC and key molecular tests in breast pathology.
Commenting on the event, Professor Rakha of University of Nottingham, a PathLAKE consortium partner and ISBP meeting secretary, said: “I am delighted to that we are able to share our updates with so many pathologists. The COVID-19 situation has pushed us into moving to online courses which means we can reach so many more specialists across the world. We are very much looking forward to the event and with the incredible uptake for this one I am sure we will be announcing more soon.”
All delegates attending the masterclass will receive 4 CPD points from the Royal College of Pathologists.