UK - Molecular Diagnostics Training School 2019
NMPN & the Pathological Society of Great Britain & Ireland
The Molecular diagnostics Training School is returning for its fifth year in 2019. The 3 day course will run from 23rd - 25th September 2019 at the Park Plaza Hotel in Nottingham.
Diagnostic Molecular Pathology is the interrogation of tissue-derived molecules (DNA/RNA/protein) to provide clinically useful information adjunctive to routine histopathological examination. The Nottingham Molecular Pathology Node (NMPN), supported by The Pathological Society of Great Britain and Ireland, will run the fifth training school in Diagnostic Molecular Pathology which aims to:
Teach the theory and utility/limitations of commonly used tests
Provide a comprehensive overview of the current use of molecular diagnostics
The course is suitable for Trainee and Consultant Pathologists with little or no experience of diagnostic molecular pathology and for non-clinical scientists (who may have some experience with molecular testing) wishing to learn more about the clinical application of molecular diagnostics. Teaching will be delivered in the form of formal didactic lectures, interactive tutorials and problem-solving exercises.
This event is now fully booked
The course has been awarded 17 CPD points by the Royal College of Pathologists. Delegates will receive a CPD certificate following full attendance at the event.
Image Analysis Training School
Delegates attending the MDTS can register for the Image Analysis Training School which takes place on the 26th & 27th September 2019 free of charge. Click here for details.
If you have any queries or require any further information please contact us at MS-NMPN@nottingham.ac.uk
Testimonials from our delegates
"A very well structured course with a good flow of lectures from basics to clinical applications"
"Very good and comprehensive programme of talks. Venue very conveniently located for public transport. Cover the molecular requirements of the 2015 RCPath syllabus perfectly. I would recommend the course to other trainees"
"Thank you for a very useful and interesting course. Wonderful to hear about new and old technologies."