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第109回日本病理学会総会 Asian Forum 国際病理アカデミー日本支部主催 4月16日(木)17:00 D会場


Asian Forum: Next Generation Pathology with Asian Experts
- Education and Science -
The 109th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Pathology

Date: 17:00- Thursday April 16th 2020
Venue: D(FICC 503), Fukuoka International Congress Center

参加方法:自由参加 (病理学会参加者)


Osamu Matsubara, MD
  Hiratsuka Kyosai Hospital / Japanese Division of IAP
Robert Yoshiyuki Osamura, MD
  Nipponn Kokan Hospital / Keio University School of Medicine

Distinguished Speakers:

Chiung-Ru Lai, MD, FIAC
  Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
  Taipei Veterans General Hospital, Taiwan
  “Next Generation Pathology---Evolution and Challenge in Taiwan”

Shahid Pervez, MD
  Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine,
  Aga Khan University Hospital, Karachi, Pakistan
  “Pathology and Laboratory Services in Pakistan: Current Status and Future Challenges”

Diah Rini Handjari, MD
  Department of Pathology, Universitas Indonesia
  “Pathology residency in Indonesia: Journey towards Improvements”

Rowen Yolo, MD
  Department of Anatomic Pathology,
  The Santo Tomas University Hospital, Manila, Philippines
  “A Brief Overview of Pathology Education and Pathology Training in the Philippine Islands: Present and Future Directions”

Norain Karim, MD
  Pathology Department, Hospital Raja Permaisuri   Bainun, Ipoh,
  Perak, Malaysia
  “Shaping the Trainees and Pathologists for the Future in Malaysia”

In Fukuoka, where is close and open its doors to the Southeast Asia, we are very happy to hold an opportunity to discuss future pathology and future prospects in “Education and Science” by inviting distinguished experts who are leaders in the Asia. After discussion of the current status and problems of pathology education for young fellows in each country, and discussion of the features and problems of diseases and medical care in each country, we would like to find better solutions in common Asian issues. There may be many conferences, presentations, and discussions about organs and research themes, but there are few opportunities to discuss major issues from such an Asian perspective, to understand the circumstances of each country and to understand common points and differences. Together, we think that it will be very meaningful for our future. It is expected that mutual friendship and exchange will become more active in the Asian countries.


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