Pathology Update Returns in November 2022 to Explore Genitourinary Pathology

Pathology Update returns in a digital format this year to explore the theme: Genitourinary Pathology: Practical Approaches and Emerging Issues.

Join us online on November 3 and 4, 2022, as we review recently described entities and contemporary approaches to commonly encountered and diagnostically challenging areas of genitourinary pathology. In addition to learning from expert faculty at the University of Toronto, we are delighted to welcome Dr. Kiril Trpkov (University of Calgary) who will provide updates on novel renal entities, as well as Dr. Maria Tretiakova (University of Washington) who will share a practical overview of mesenchymal tumours of the genitourinary tract.

New for this year is an exploration of the fascinating connections between pathology and technology — a common theme throughout the afternoon sessions on day two. Dr. Lina Chen will present on artificial intelligence (AI) and digital pathology, and Dr. Andrew Evans will share how AI impacts detection and grading of prostate pathology in digital environments.

Back by popular demand, Interesting Cases will wrap up each day of the conference with an interactive discussion of a unique genitourinary pathological case.

By returning in a digital format, we hope to widen participation and keep clinicians and researchers in the field of genitourinary pathology up-to-date with the latest information and innovations.

These are just some highlights from the 2-day schedule. Visit the conference website to view the complete agenda and register today.