Davis Thompson Foundation – Australian Saturday Seminars 2021
The Australian seminar series is back! In collaboration with the AAPSP and Australian Society for Veterinary Pathology, the Davis Thompson Foundation is facilitating a series of world class online seminars on topics ranging from equine reproductive pathology, to tumour pathology, cell death and aquatic animal diseases – all at the Aussie friendly time of 11am AEDT (Sydney-Melbourne).
Register by following the link at the bottom of the program.
Davis Thompson Foundation – Australian Saturday Seminars 2020
The Davis Thompson Foundation is pleased to announce its third virtual seminar series, aimed at Australian pathologists. The new Australian Saturday seminars is co-sponsored by the Australian Animal Pathology Standards Program and the Australian Society for Veterinary Pathology. When it’s Saturday morning in Australia, it’s 5-7PM on the West Coast of the US (PST) so set your clocks accordingly!
Check out the program and make sure you register using the links in the flyer before it is too late!
ASVP Conference Registrations now open
Registrations are now open for the ASVP’s 2019 Conference, Neuropathology: It’s A No Brainer, to be held in Perth on 13-15 September.
Equine Roadshow 2019 – Don’t miss out!
The Australian Animal Pathology Standards Program is excited to welcome Dr Francisco Uzal to Australia for the 2019 Annual Roadshow. Dr Uzal will provide a thorough overview of equine gross and histopathology over the two days. Check out the full program and make sure you register before it is too late!
New platform for proficiency testing
The AAPSP Proficiency Testing is moving to a new platform, PathXL Tutor. The new system will result in some changes including the submission of all answers online before the closing date. For further information or assistance contact the AAPSP Administrator.
Wednesday Slide Conference Collection
Several years ago AAPSP began an online digital collection of gross and histopathological cases for study and education in veterinary pathology. It is gradually digitised suitable cases and adding detailed descriptions.
AAPSP decided to digitise veterinary cases from the Wednesday slide conference collection of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology. Over 300 cases are available online for immediate use.
If you are not already a registered user of AAPSP’s online services, please contact the AAPSP Administrator at AAPSPadmin@animalhealthaustralia.com.au for a user name and password. These are free to employees of AAPSP member organisations.