We've put together a helpful guide for PISA Attendees that outlines everything you need to know about the meeting!
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Welcome to PISA in Baltimore! ASIP is proud to host this new interactive, abstract-driven, focused scientific conference entitled Pathways to Translational Medicine: Recent Advances in Cell injury, Inflammation, and Neoplasia in Baltimore, MD, October 8-10, 2015. Timely and innovative technologies have vastly impacted our understanding of disease pathogenesis in the last decade. This has come from our improved understanding of the fundamental principles of pathology at cellular and molecular levels. Indeed the fields of cell injury, inflammation, and neoplasia have undergone an unprecedented growth as we reinforce and challenge existing paradigms and discover new ones. PISA is aimed at delivering attendees the most exciting and up-to-date concepts in the cellular and molecular basis of injury, inflammation, and neoplasia and their relationship in pathology. World acclaimed scientists in these areas will deliver lectures, while experienced members of the program committee will moderate discussion during these sessions to generate cordial, collegial and contemporary environment for learning and networking. The major lectures will be interspersed with abstract-driven talks. Additionally, poster discussion sessions held in proximity to the major talks will build an intimate setting for intellectual exchange and constructive criticism, especially for trainees and junior faculty. This one-of-its kind format is sure to succeed and we welcome you all to attend and present your research at PISA in Baltimore in 2015.
Please note that the PISA 2015 Meeting will not offer CME credit. For more information about ASIP programs that do offer CME credit, click here.