Society for Pediatric Pathology

Since 1965, the Society for Pediatric Pathology connects its members and provides resources to pediatric pathologists from across the globe.

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Fall Meeting

COVID-19 Symposium Recording

This symposium provided the practicing pediatric pathologist with a basic understanding of COVID-19 as it relates to pathology.  The autopsy and testing protocols as they pertain to COVID-19 were addressed as well as the pathologic features seen in the lungs, placenta, skin, and the nervous system of these patients.  Additionally, a description of the multisystem inflammatory disorder affecting children was provided.  The discussion focused on practical knowledge around the disease and its multifaceted effects on patients.

If you did not attend the COVID-19 Symposium during the Fall 2020 Virtual Meeting, you can purchase a copy of the recording online here and claim 3.0 CME for $85.00 (USD).

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President's Address Committee Reports

SPP 2021 Perinatal Pathology Course Going Virtual

In light of the ongoing concerns regarding public safety due to COVID-19, as well as the demands our members are facing in their own institutions and communities and related travel restrictions, SPP Leadership has come to the difficult decision that we must reschedule the 2021 Perinatal Pathology Course as a virtual meeting.

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Education

Inaugural Grand Rounds Webinar

Join us for the inaugural Society for Pediatric Pathology Virtual Grand Rounds on January 26, 2021 at 3pm Eastern time. Dr. Jason Hornick, world-renowned expert in soft tissue pathology and editorial board member/contributing author of the WHO Classification of Soft Tissue and Bone Tumours, will join us for a discussion on the topic of "Pediatric benign and intermediate fibroblastic/myofibroblastic neoplasms: what’s new?"

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