On April 22-23, the North Carolina Society of Pathologists (NCSP) held its annual meeting in Asheville. Rami Al-Rohil, MBBS, presented a talk titled “Contemporary Approach to Diagnostically Challenging Melanocytic Tumors.”
During the meeting, members of the society’s Executive Committee were recognized for their new roles. Shannon McCall, MD, FCAP, served as president from 2019-2021 and as past-president from 2021-2023. Christopher “Chris” McKinney, MD, FCAP, (incoming president 2023-2025) presented McCall with a plaque in honor of her service, a recognition that was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Diana Cardona, MD, was named as president-elect. Cardona served as vice president from 2021-2023 and is now serving a two-year term (2023-2025) as president-elect, after which she will serve as president of the Society.
The annual meeting was jointly provided by the North Carolina Society of Pathologists and College of American Pathologists for practicing pathologists in academic and private practice, fellows, and residents in training. The meeting focuses on providing practical information relevant to the practice of diagnostic pathology, with a program emphasis on dermatopathology. Read more about the meeting here.
Find more information about leadership and about the society in general here.