The aim of the event is get a broad overview of what Medical, Veterinary and Toxicological Pathologists are doing within the field of Molecular Pathology, learning from each other and obtaining updates on cutting edge data from industry and the wider scientific community.  This event will be of interest to veterinary, histopathology, toxicology, haematology pathologists of all levels.

Registration fees apply.

Online booking will close at midnight, Wednesday 5 July. Please call the Conference office to book after this date - 0207 451 6715



09.30     Registration and Coffee

Chair: TBC

10.00     New Developments in the laboratory - Professor Mohammed Ilyas, University of Nottingham

10.45     Immunodeficient mouse models used in cancer drug discovery with particular reference to the humanised hepatocyte mouse model - Dr Liz McInnes, Syngenta

11.30     Refreshments

11.50     The use of molecular markers to explore key events in rodent carcinogenesis and their human relevance  - Dr Jayne Wright, Jayne Wright Ltd

12.35     Clonality testing in lymphoma in small animal diagnostic veterinary pathology - Dr Iain Peters, Torrance Diamond Diagnostic Services

13.20     Lunch

14.00     Integration of DNA, RNA and protein expression profiling for tumour classification – Dr Maggie Cheang, ICR London

14.45     Role of MYC in pancreatic cancer and its associated microenvironment Dr Nicole Sodir, Cambridge University 

15.30     Refreshments

15.50     Integrating molecular and conventional diagnosis in human B-cell neoplasms, with some cross-species considerations- Dr Reuben Tooze, University of Leeds

16.35     Molecular gynaecological pathology - Professor Simon Herrington, University of Edinburgh

17.20     Close


Registration Fee

Members £188

Trainee £100

Non Members £265

If you wish to pay via invoice through your Trust, please contact us


To be held at CIPFA, 77 Mansell Street, London, E1 8AN 



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