Duke Pathology at USCAP 2018

Duke Pathology at USCAP 2018

When you’re a leader in academic pathology, March Madness means USCAP, the United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology annual meeting. (When you’re at Duke, it also means college basketball playoffs!). The Duke Pathology faculty, residents, and fellows made quite a showing at USCAP 2018 in Vancouver, British Columbia during the week of March 17th.
Our faculty were featured speakers, with Dr. Diana Cardona on Pathology Quality Metrics at the ADASP meeting, Dr. Xiaoyin “Sara” Jiang with a special course on Social Media, Dr. Angelica Selim teaching a short course on Dermatopathology, and Drs. Sporn and Roggli with their short course on Occupationally-Related Pleural and Pulmonary Disorders. 
Throughout the week, our team also presented 16 posters on a variety of topics, led conferences on ophthalmic pathology and ultrastructural pathology, and enjoyed networking with friends old and new in the pathology community. (here’s a schedule)
We were thrilled to see a number of current and former residents, fellows, postdocs, and faculty at the Duke Pathology reception at the Fairmont Waterfront on Sunday evening. We hope you were able to join us.
All in all, USCAP 2018 was a great success. As Dr. Chad McCall put it, "I always enjoy going to USCAP, and the 2018 Vancouver meeting was no exception.  It is the best combination of cutting edge scientific research, educational sessions, and opportunities to catch up with old friends from around the country."
We look forward to seeing you at USCAP 2019 in National Harbor Maryland.