Latest in Clinical Biochemistry

  • Regional Specialty Representatives - applications invited

    As part of the College’s work to improve communications between colleagues and their regional advisors, we are looking to recruit new regional specialty representatives in all English regions.

    WEBPAGE 24 July 2018 24 July 2018

  • New video: The journey of a blood sample #DiscoverPathology

    The College has teamed up with South West London Pathology to create the second in a series of new public engagement videos explaining what happens in the laboratory, this time focusing on a clinical blood sciences lab

    WEBPAGE 15 June 2018 15 June 2018

  • Path to Success 2018

    Careers event in Newcastle for medical students, FP and CMT doctors considering careers in pathology, hosted by HEE/RCPath/ACP.


  • Undergraduate Fresher's Fair

    Introducing our society and briefly explaining what pathology is all about


  • National Pathology Week Stand

    A display stand (incorporating activities) to promote pathology as a whole with Worcestershire and the surrounding areas as part of national pathology week.


  • Pathology in Healthcare: Blood & Biopsies

    Day 1: Open to primary schools for children to experience a few different disciplines of pathology. Day 2: Drop in sessions for the general public to showcase pathology and biomedical science.


  • Careers and Ideas: Integrating Medicine and Scientific Research

    Join us at the Nottingham Conference Centre for a series of four 30 minute lectures from leaders in the biomedical science sector, followed by seminar-style careers Q&A’s and networking sessions with trainees and consultants.


  • Disease Detectives

    Discover the world of pathology with hands-on sessions from the microbiology, blood sciences and cellular pathology departments at New Cross Hospital together with the Science Shack team from the University of Wolverhampton. This event is for students in Years 9 and 10.


  • National Pathology Week Event

    Lecture, quiz and demonstration stalls to promote a career in Pathology to 60-70 secondary school children.