USCAP offers a wide array of educational opportunities that cover the depth and breadth of pathology. USCAP meetings provide opportunities for pathologists to share their science, network with colleagues, and learn from experts in the field.
This is the largest and most influential world meeting of pathologists. The Annual Meeting offers a variety of educational offerings from in-depth case-based discussions, to didactic lectures, to experiential training at a multi-head teaching microscope.
Diagnostic Pathology Update (DPU) is an annual six-day course is held in a family-friendly destination in which academic pathologists deliver new information on anatomic and molecular pathology targeted towards community practitioners.
Located in Palm Springs, California, this beautifully designed, state-of-the-art learning environment offers learners a hands-on experience that mimics clinical sign-out. Participation at an Interactive Microscopy course provides them the opportunity to sit shoulder-to-shoulder with the experts and their peers around a multi-headed scope to discuss subspecialties of anatomic pathology.