Information in English | 4.–6. Juni 2020, Berlin

About

The German Society of Pathology (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Pathologie e.V., DGP) is the scientific medical society of pathologists in Germany with members from Austria and Switzerland as well. It was founded by Rudolf Virchow in 1897. DGP aims to promote the discipline in all relevant aspects. Besides conventional diagnostics, there is a strong focus on basic science as well as R&D in the fields of molecular diagnostics and digital pathology and informatics. The society has over 1,000 members, mainly from academic institutions. Many of them are organized in 15 smaller, mostly organ specific working groups within DGP. The society organizes conferences, meetings and workshops, publishes journals and awards prizes for outstanding scientific achievements. It also focuses on press and publicity work in the areas of scholarship and research, special programs for young scientists in pathology, interdisciplinary networking as well as the joined development and update of medical guidelines. DGP has its own foundation, the Rudolf-Virchow-Foundation of Pathology. Together with the professional association of German pathologists (Bundesverband Deutscher Pathologen e.V., BDP) DGP also owns a subsidiary firm for quality assurance, called QuIP GmbH.

Main Topics

  • Immunopathology: Cancer immunotherapy, Autoimmunity, Immunodeficiency, Intratumoral immune reaction, basic science
  • Personalised Medicine
  • Digital pathology and informatics in pathology
  • „A case I will never forget“

Registration for Speakers

For your registration to the 104th Annual Meeting of The German Society of Pathology please return either the registration form for speakers OR register via the online registration with the booking code provided by the organizer.

Language

Official language of this meeting is German. Selected lectures will be provided in English language, which will be tagged in the programme.

Important Deadlines

2020/06/04 10:59:59

Conference Opening Ceremony
June 4, 2020

Information for speakers