Meetings and Upcoming Events
Molecular Pathology Essentials: Diagnosis and Targeted Therapy
October 1-2, 2009 in Scandic Copenhagen, Denmark
This course will feature presentations on the essential knowledge
and current practice of clinical molecular pathology, with
an emphasis on diagnosis and targeted therapy. The topics
include molecular diagnostic testing for genetic disorders,
cancers, complex diseases, and hemoglobinopathies, pharmacogenetics, laboratory
management, regulations and a glance into the future of
molecular testing. Topics will be presented by the experts.
These presentations will give the audience an increased
knowledge base, enabling them to adapt to and lead the
integration of molecular testing into the clinical
members Linda Sabatini and Barbara Zehnbauer
are on the organizing committee.
logistics, including registration, is being managed by the
American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC). AMP
members will be able to register for this course at the
discounted member rate of $760.00USD.
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course is jointly presented by:
American Association for Clinical Chemistry
The Association for Clinical Biochemistry
The Association for Molecular Pathology
The Danish Society for Clinical Biochemistry
Clinical Applications of Genomic Medicine:
18th Annual Symposium on Molecular Pathology
September 23-24, 2009
Hospital, Royal Oak, Department of Clinical Pathology, Royal
Oak, Michigan, Somerset Inn , 2601 West Big Beaver Road
Troy, Michigan 48084
completion of this conference, attendees can expect to
achieve the following overall objectives:
basic and advanced methods employed for clinical molecular
new technologies being implemented in molecular pathology.
pertinent and innovative aspects of DNA technology related
to clinical applications.
important aspects of molecular-based oncology, hematology
and microbiology testing.
future considerations and issues based on research
activities and clinical needs.
Seeking abstracts for poster presentations on work related
to molecular pathology and diagnostics. Abstracts presented
at another conference are welcome. For abstract submission
instructions, refer to
registration materials and information about fees, contact:
Department of Continuing Medical Education
3601 West 13 Mile Road
(248) 551-0429, fax (248) 551-1163