SH - PIT Award
Please remember to nominate trainee hematopathology abstracts for the Society for Hematopathology Pathologist in Training award by February 21,2015. Eligible abstracts include those that will be presented by trainees from your institution at the upcoming March 2015 USCAP annual meeting in Boston. This annual award is presented by the Society for Hematopathology to recognize a trainee (resident or fellow) for a research presentation in the area of hematopathology and includes a cash award. Presentations may be in either oral or poster formats. Abstracts that have been submitted for consideration for the Stowell-Orbison award are automatically included for consideration for the PIT award and do not require an additional submission form. However, abstracts that have not been submitted for the Stowell-Orbison award will require independent submission of the PIT form to be considered. The PIT form is available here. Applications for the PIT award will be accepted until February 21, 2015.
2015 SH-EAHP Workshop
Oct. 29 – Oct. 31, 2015
Long Beach, CA, USA
Workshop Topic: Immunodeficiency and Dysregulation
The objectives of this workshop are to improve understanding of primary and secondary immunodeficiencies and disorders of immune dysregulation and refine diagnostic criteria surrounding immunodeficiency-related hematopoietic malignancy and their separation from immune-mediated morphologic mimics.
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SH President’s Message Summer/Fall 2014
It has been a very busy Summer and Fall for the Society for Hematopathology Executive Committee and sub-committees. Catch up with all that's been going on by reading the Summer/Fall 2014 SH President’s Message here.
Also, the proposed changes to the bylaws of the Society of Hematopathology are available for review here. The members will be able to approve the changes in the annual meeting in March 2015 in Boston during USCAP.
DC3-PTCL The Diagnosis, Classification and Clinical Care of Peripheral T-cell Lymphoma
Knowledge of cutting-edge research is vital to the practicing pathologist’s ability to improve patient outcomes. To help pathologists stay up-to-date on the latest discoveries, the American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP) has developed an innovative education curriculum to address educational gaps in the diagnosis, classification and management of peripheral T‐cell Lymphoma (PTCL), a type of cancer that presents a particular clinical challenge.