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HistoQuarterly: HAEMORRHOIDS

HistoQuarterly: HAEMORRHOIDS

Working in a histology lab means that I get to see a lot of what our body looks like under the microscope.  Quarterly I will share with you some of my photos from the microscopic world of our inner space and tell you a little bit about what we’re looking at. This quarter we focus … Continue reading

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  • Tuesday 3rd December brings London Cellular Pathology Discussion Group's final event for 2013, and what better place to bring this year to a close than the awe-inspiring Gordon Museum of Pathology at King's College, London.  The evening is completely free, so please do come browse the incredible museum collections, chat over refreshments, and then sit back and enjoy the two great talks we have lined up: If you would like to join us, all you need to do is email your name to Keeley at cpdgc@hotmail.co.uk with "CPDGC Autumn Meeting" as the subject, and you will be registered to attend. Hope to see you there!!
  • I'm so pleased to announce that my entry won at yesterday's Issues With Tissues poster competition.  Special thanks goes to the organisers, and to CellPath who sponsored the competition. The day was an absolutely jam-packed event full of really interesting talks based on cellular pathology.  It is run by the Cellular Pathology Discussion Group Committee who organise a number of events throughout the year.  Please do check out their Facebook page for more details, and upcoming events.  Come join us next time!! If you'd like to view my poster, you can do so here.

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