2013 EAHP President's Newsletter
Happy New Year!
The 2013 December edition of the EAHP President's Newsletter has been posted on the website (follow this link). Please take the opportunity to read message from the President and learn about members' news and planned activities for the new year.
The 17th EAHP meeting will take place in Istanbul, Turkey from 17 to 22 October 2014.
The goal of the meeting is to integrate modern bio-technological developments and morphological pathology to better understand small B cell lymphomas. The topic of the meeting is “Redefining the spectrum of small B-cell lymphomas in light of current technology”.
|Opening Online Case Submission & Registration||16 Sept. 2013|
|WS Case Submission Deadline / Abstract Submission Opens||31 Jan. 2014|
|Abstract Submission Deadline||15 May 2014|
|Acceptance notifications for the workshop||29 May 2014|
|Early Bird Registration Deadline||18 July 2014|
|Deadline For Second Registration Fee Raise||30 Sept. 2014|
ROBERT DEAVER COLLINS, M.D., 1928-2013
It is with great sadness and personal loss that I must inform you of the passing of another giant in hematopathology, Robert Deaver Collins, M.D. on Thanksgiving Day, November 28, 2013 after a battle with prostate cancer. As a hematopathology community we are well aware of his significant contributions to our field (Lukes-Collins classification, further definition of follicular lymphoma, and early recognition of T-cell lymphoma). For those of you who may not have known Dr. Collins personally, I take this opportunity to tell you about the man who taught by the example of the life he led.
INFECTIOUS AGENTS AND LYMPHOMA IN AFRICA
*WHAT CAN WE LEARN FROM AFRICA? – 4th MEETING/TUTORIAL**
**INFECTIOUS AGENTS AND LYMPHOMA IN AFRICA**
**Arusha, Tanzania - 13-15 February 2014*
This editon in collaboration and sponsored by the EAHP.
These workshops serve an important role in helping to enhance communication, to form professional relationships, to discuss techniques and how to improve them and to bring pathologists and clinicians into contact – something, unfortunately, that is all too often lacking in the field. They also provide a matrix for discussing a broad range of issues pertaining to the epidemiology, diagnosis, treatment and research into hematologic malignancies in Africa.
The provisional programme is attached for your information and is available at http://inctr-events.wikidot.com/what-can-we-learn-from-africa-4
Further information about the venue and registration can be found on the following webpage: