102. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft fur Pathologie 2018
Estrel Hotel BerlinBerlin, GERMANY Visit the Venue to read more
Dear Ladies and Gentlemen,
"Life in Transition" is the motto of the 102th Annual Meeting of the German Society for Pathology, to which we cordially invite you to the Estrel Congress Center in Berlin. The motto combines three themes that address important developments of recent years.
In 2003, the "Human Genome Project" ended with the publication of the sequence of the human genome and forms the basis for follow-up projects aimed at a comprehensive genomic characterization of human cancers. In the meantime, many common cancers have been molecularly characterized at a breathtaking speed. It reveals inter- and intra-individual diversity and complexity (heterogeneity), which is a reflection of the diverse etiologies and clonal diversification of cancer. Cancer biology shows the characteristics of microevolutionary biological processes and poses new challenges for research, diagnostics and therapy.
The second topic is dedicated to the rare diseases that are considered orphans of medicine. They often provide special insights into cell and tissue biological processes. A national action plan published by the National Action Alliance for People with Rare Diseases (NAMSE) in 2013 has set itself the overarching goal of better informing the treating and the treated. The medical care structures should be expanded and competences bundled. The thematic focus on rare diseases takes up this overriding initiative and creates a forum at our annual conference.
The third topic focuses on digital medicine. It combines different content: digital doctor's workstation, digital image analytics (deep learning), digital image archiving, handling and evaluation of "big data" and dealing with modern digital information platforms. In the meantime, digital medicine has a fixed, forward-looking status in pathology. We hope that these three topics will bring together an exciting program that will also show young academics how alive and changeable pathology is.
We cordially invite you and look forward to your lively participation in the 102nd Annual Meeting of the DGP in Berlin.
Prof. Dr. med. Christoph Röcken
Prof. Dr. med. Peter Schirmacher
Chairman of the DGP
Early registration is worthwhile - until March 26, 2018 , you can take advantage of the discounted early bird discount and register for courses with limited contingents.
The discounted registration you can also use if you Member are the DGP or.
Please use the online registration portal to register for the DGP Congress.
If you do not wish to use the online registration, you can download the PDF application form and send it by post to the address given or by fax to +49 (0) 30 20 45 950.
The early bird period / late booking period ends on March 26, 2018 .
Group registrations not allowed
Accompanying persons not allowed
We don’t accept Online Abstracts
Estrel Hotel & Congress Center
Abstract submission deadline 2018-01-27
The abstract portal for the submission of papers for the 102th Annual Meeting of the German Society for Pathology 2018 is closed.
All abstracts submitted will be evaluated by peer reviewers independently and anonymously. The scientific committee will decide on the acceptance of the contributions after the reviewer evaluation. The authors will then be notified of the decision.
Please note that the submission of an abstract does not constitute a congress registration.
Authors can specify their preferred style of presentation (poster or lecture). However, the final decision on the presentation will be made by the Scientific Committee.
Guidelines for submitting an abstract
Please submit your abstract online. Abstracts submitted by fax, e-mail, mail or by any other means will not be accepted.
Please submit your abstract online until January 9, 2018 exclusively.
Please select German (preferred) or English as the presentation language. Depending on your language selection, enter all further details in the presentation language.
Abstract changes and corrections are possible until January 9, 2018 .
For presenting authors of accepted abstracts registration for and participation in congress is binding.
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Please avoid formatting if possible. The exact assumption of any formatting can not be guaranteed.
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Main topics of pathology
Tumor evolution and tumor heterogeneity
Topics of the working groups
History of Pathology
Gynecology and mamma pathology
Cardiac, vascular, renal and transplant pathology
Computer science, innovative imaging and biobanking
Pediatric and fetal pathology
Bone, joint and soft tissue pathology
Head and Neck Pathology
Take advantage of the platform of the 102th Annual Meeting of the German Society of Pathology eV and actively participate in shaping the conference as an exhibitor / sponsor. Present your company and your innovations with a stand in the industrial exhibition, design your own symposium or choose from our diverse marketing and sponsoring activities.
Under the scientific direction of Prof. Dr. med. med. Christoph Röcken is expected to have up to 800 participants from Germany, Austria, Switzerland and neighboring countries.
All options as well as the registration forms are included in our sponsoring and exhibitor brochure, which you can request here without obligation.
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