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Third Emirates Surgical Pathology Conference (ESPC 2017)


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The Third Emirates Surgical Pathology Conference (ESPC 2017), under the theme of PATHOLOGY TRANSFORMING HEALTH CARE NOW is hosted by the Emirates Pathology Society and will be held in Dubai, UAE.

This year's conference will once again attract the leading Pathology experts from all over the world. A great line-up of international and regional keynote speakers will present and discuss the latest in the Pathology field through a comprehensive and diverse 3-days program including topics of Breast Pathology, Head and Neck Pathology, Female Reproductive Tract Pathology, Gastro-Intestinal Pathology, Digital Pathology, and Quality Improvement and Errors Reduction.

Third Emirates Surgical Pathology Conference (ESPC 2017) program comprises of Workshops, Didactic Sessions, Industry Symposia, Case Presentations, in addition to Case reports, Oral and Poster presentations.

The UAE Ministry of Health and Prevention (MOH) will be providing Continuous Medical Education (CME) hours for the ESPC 2017 conference.

Abstract submissions opened 9th of April were all investigators are highly encouraged to submit their abstracts and showcase their work in front of Pathology experts from all over the world.

Prices

EMA Member Early Bird: USD 350 Allied Healthcare Early Bird: USD 300 Physician Early Bird: USD 400 Student Early Bird: USD 250

Contact

Conference Secretariat
espc@meetingmindsexperts.com

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