Letter from the President
After 2 years of virtual and hybrid meetings, I am looking forward to welcoming you to an exciting, fully live meeting in New Orleans, Louisiana. The USCAP Annual Meeting will continue to cover the breadth and depth of pathology. In an effort to provide attendees access to more educational content, all Companion Society meetings, platform sessions, and Evening Specialty Conferences will be recorded. These session recordings will be made available after the meeting to all registrants, for no additional charge.
The meeting will open on Saturday, March 11 with the Maude Abbott Legacy and USCAP Honors celebration, followed by a reception for all meeting attendees. Sunday, March 12 will feature a day of Companion Society meetings. The new and highly popular Luminaries in Pathology sessions will return to USCAP 2023 covering gastrointestinal and bone and soft tissue pathology. All the other Annual Meeting favorites, including poster and platform sessions, short and special courses, interactive microscopy, Long Course, and the Exhibit Hall, will start on Monday, March 13 and continue through March 16.
I hope you will be able to join us in New Orleans for what will surely be an illuminating educational experience.
John A. Hart, MD
USCAP, President (2022-2023)
Whether you attend online or join us in New Orleans, we know you’ll enjoy the cutting edge information and top quality teaching the Annual Meeting has to offer.