Please join the Association of Pathology Chairs (APC) for their 2012 Annual Meeting in Monterey, California! The Program Directors Section (PRODS), the Pathology Department Administrators Section (PDAS), the Undergraduate Medical Educators Section (UMEDS), and the Pathology Program Coordinators (GMEAS) will meet concurrently and in overlapping sessions of mutual interest with the Chairs. Don't miss this opportunity to network with your professional peers in a unique environment created solely for the exchange of information and ideas of greatest concern to academic pathology.
APC / PRODS / PDAS / UMEDS / GMEAS 2012 Summer Meeting - the major annual meeting of all Sections. For complete program information and registration forms, click on this link.
Future APC Annual Meetings - the site and date selections have occurred for the 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 annual meetings. For more information about future meetings, click on this link.
Past APC Annual Meetings - the programs of previous annual meetings are preserved for the benefit of members. Where released to APC for posting, links to speaker presentations are provided. Access is limited to members only. For more information, click on this link..
Regional Meetings - the annual local meetings of chairs and department administrators in the Southeast and West/Mid-West regions, and chairs (only) in the Northeast region. These meetings are not planned or executed by the APC Council or the APC Office. For more information about these meetings, click on this link.
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