European Society of Pathology

8TH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE HISTORY OF PATHOLOGY WORKING GROUP

 

Date: Monday 29 April, 2024

REGISTERVENUE

Date:
Monday 29th April 2024

Venue:
Queen Mary University of London, Malta Campus

Queen Mary University of London, Malta Campus is pleased to be hosting the 8th Annual Meeting of the History of Pathology Working Group of the European Society of Pathology (ESP) which will take place in Gozo, Malta on 29th April 2024.  

The aim of ESP’s History of Pathology Working Group is not only to raise awareness of the significance of the history of Pathology, but also to encourage collaborative research in the field of the history of pathology between universities and hospitals across Europe. 

The day-long meeting will feature presentations by guest speakers and posters on the history of Pathology and Medicine, as well as open discussions, to provide further insights into the whole spectrum of modern medicine. Full agenda will be issued shortly.

Registration fees: FREE

Certificates of Attendance issued by ESP will be available upon request

Barts Pathology Museum at Queen Mary in London

The meeting is organised and sponsored by the European Society of Pathology with the support of anonymous donations.

Enquiries: For further information, please contact: Dr Despina Moissidou.

Call for Poster Abstracts

Call for poster abstracts with the theme “History of Pathology, History of Medicine” (students and young doctors are particularly encouraged to participate).

There will be “best poster” awards for the best three posters. The awards include a monetary prize (€300, €260, €160 respectively). The winners will be announced at the end of the meeting on 29th April.

The deadline for submission of abstracts is 12th April, and replies of acceptance is 15th April. 

For Submission Enquiries please contact Dr Despina Moissidou, Prof. Rosa Henriques de Gouveia or Assistant Prof. Jacek Gulczyński.

Pathology, which derives from the Greek ancient word pathología (παθολογία) meaning “the study of suffering”, has its origins in ancient times, over a span of 4,000 years, and laid the foundations of medicine. The study of the history of pathology throughout the centuries not only reveals information on the evolution of diseases, but also gives us a better understanding of the evolution of medicine and its future.  

Speakers

Meeting agenda will be announced shortly.

Professor Rosa Henriques de Gouveia

Professor Rosa Henriques de Gouveia

Chair History of Pathology Working Group Committee, European Society of Pathology

Pathologist, University of Madeira

Professor Catherine Molyneux

Professor Catherine Molyneux

Deputy Dean for Education

Queen Mary University of London, Malta Campus

Dr Despina Moissidou

Dr Despina Moissidou

History of Pathology Working Group Committee, European Society of Pathology

Senior Lecturer in Medical Sciences (Histology), Queen Mary University of London, Malta Campus

Ass. Professor Jacek Gulczyński

Ass. Professor Jacek Gulczyński

Co-Chair History of Pathology Working Group Committee, European Society of Pathology

Pathologist, Medical University of Gdansk

Professor Gabriella Nesi

Professor Gabriella Nesi

History of Pathology Working Group Committee, European Society of Pathology

Pathologist, University of Florence

Professor Mark Brincat

Professor Mark Brincat

Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of Malta

Associate Dean, Queen Mary University of London, Malta Campus

Dr David Sunnucks

Dr David Sunnucks

Senior Lecturer in Medical Sciences, Head of Anatomy

Queen Mary University of London, Malta Campus

Dr Luisa Ferrari

Dr Luisa Ferrari

Pathologist, Cardinal Massaja Hospital of Asti

Independent Researcher, Dipartimento di Oncologia, Università degli Studi di Torino

Professional Registration

Attend the ESP Workshop at Queen Mary University of London, Malta Campus located in Gozo, Malta.

Student Registration

Attend the ESP Workshop. Register here if you are a Medical Student.

Venue

Queen Mary University of London
Malta Campus
Triq l-Arcisqof Pietru Pace
Victoria VCT2520
Gozo, Malta

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