Volume 25| Issue 2
Gino Somers, MBBS, PhD, FRCPA
“No longer were there individual destinies; only a collective destiny, made of plague and emotions shared by all.”
Albert Camus, The Plague
From the Editor's Desk
David Parham, MD
Greetings to all fellow members of the Society for Pediatric Pathology! As your new Newsletter Editor, I am now ensconced in my home in Little Rock, waiting out the pandemic and pondering all the great things that are going on in our Society.
Sanda Alexandrescu, MD
At the Spring Meeting, the Education Committee approved the program for the Fall 2020 Meeting organized by Dr. Jessica Davis and Dr. Terry Morgan of OHSU in Portland, Oregon. The program will feature a Fanconi anemia symposium that will highlight the institution’s experience and will feature experts in the field. The perinatal symposium will be “New insights into the early detection of long-term health consequences of pregnancy”.
Sarah Johnson-Welch, MD, Jennifer Black, MD
As of the Spring Meeting, the SPP had a stable financial position. At last report prior to recent market slide, the investment fund showed a balanced conservative position of 60% stocks and 35% bonds/5% cash and had produced enough income to make up for typical yearly spending deficits.
Jordan Burghardt, Erin Rudzinski, MD
The SPP Membership Committee was relaunched at the 2019 SPP Spring Meeting in Arlington, Virginia. Since reforming under Dr. Erin Rudzinski as the Membership Chair, the committee has been focusing on three primary areas of engaging SPP members...
Karen Chisholm, MD, PhD
The following awards were given at the spring 2020 meeting...
Eumenia Costa Castro, MD
Save the Date! The SPP Perinatal Pathology Course has been rescheduled
for April 9-11, 2021, in Chicago, Illinois.
Schedule of Events