Pre/Perinatal/Paediatric Pathology SAC
Prenatal, perinatal and paediatric pathology is the study of the diseases and disorders of foetuses, babies and children.
Deliverables from the SAC include production of paediatric pathology workload matrices in line with existing college guidelines, support for national recruitment process for paediatric pathology trainees and planning for national paediatric pathology training days
Its impact includes ensuring safe and appropriately trained professionals to diagnose diseases of pregnancy, fetuses and children, including high quality investigation after death.
Chair: Dr Srinivas Annavarapu
- Vacant - Clinical Genetics (co-opted)
- Professor Sarah Coupland - Vice President for Communications
- Prof Marta Cohen - Academic Lead
- Dr Clair Evans - Curriculum Review lead, Chair of the Panel of Examiners for Paediatric Pathology and Chair of the Cellular Pathology CSTC
- Dr Charles van Heyningen - (Clinical Biochemistry)
- Dr Jo McPartland - Immediate Past Chair (Co-opted)
- Dr Rachel Rummery - Paediatric Trainee Representative
- Dr Kerry Turner - The British & Irish Paediatric Pathology Association
- Dr Gauri Batra - SAC Representative for the Professional Advisory Group for the National Child Mortality Database (NCMD)
Careers in perinatal and paediatric pathology
Looking to find out more about a career in perinatal and paediatric pathology? The links below will give you more information about this specialty, including interviews with pathologists in this field.
Although some pathologists specialise in either perinatal or paediatric pathology, most work across both fields – diagnosing diseases and conditions affecting unborn babies through to older children.
Career case studies
We work with families at what is an extremely difficult time in their life, but any information we can obtain will be used for the benefit of that mother and family for the future, and we can ensure that future pregnancies are managed optimally.