Announcing ULTRAPATH XVI

ULTRAPATH XVI

Conference on Diagnostic Electron Microscopy
and Research & Oncology

August 6-10, 2012 — Regensburg — Germany

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Call for Abstracts

We kindly request your active support by submitting scientific contributions to the following topics:

  • Adult respiratory diseases
  • Basic resarch – electron microscopy methods and applications
  • Case reports and varia
  • Ciliopathy derived diseases
  • Cytopathology
  • Dermatopathology
  • Ongoing electron microscopy value in diagnosis of neoplastic lesions
  • Infectious agents
  • Kidney – focus on structured deposits
  • Mitochondria and diseases
  • Pediatric respiratory diseases
  • Transplantation pathology
  • Ultrastructural neuropathology in the molecular era

Abstracts should be submitted in English
by 19 March 2012.

Please click here to submit your abstract.

Please click here to download the Call for abstracts flyer (PDF).

We are looking forward to your attendance and contributions from all fields of pathological research.

With kind regards, on behalf of the organizing committee,

Dr. Josef A. Schroeder
Conference Chair

Chairman's Address

It is our pleasure to invite you to the XVI meeting for the Society for Ultrastructural Pathology to be held on August 6-10, 2012 in the historical town of Regensburg, Germany.

The Society was formed in 1986 with the mission to support and promote the application of electron microscopy in pathologic diagnosis and research of human diseases. Over the years the scope of biennial meetings expanded and includes immunochemistry, molecular and cellular biology; now in the time of rapid increase of information and paradigm change in the field of health care we are facing new challenges.

The conference addresses practicing surgical pathologists, trainees, and other scientists involved in pathological diagnosis and research. The scientific program of the Ultrapath XVI will cover the traditional significant areas of pathology and three dedicated sessions:

  • Ciliopathy derived human diseases
  • EM and transplantology
  • EM in pathological basic research.

We encourage you to submit abstracts for platform or poster presentations, for detailed information please visit the new conference website:

www.ultrapathXVI.de
Venue: University Medical Center,
Pathology Department

Josef Schroeder, PhD
Chair, UltraPath XVI

Ferdinand Hofstaedter, MD
Director, Pathology Institute

Travel
We warmly welcome you all here in the Bavarian city of Regensburg located by the Danube River. The exciting ancient town, rich in architectural traces of Roman legions, German kings, and wealthy merchants was recently honoured by the UNESCO World Heritage. Organized tours will bring you in touch with the lovely surrounding countryside and culture of South Germany, while tasty local beer will help you in networking with other participants.