USCAP Annual Meeting

Session Types Explained

Short Courses

These are subspecialty seminars targeting specific issues in pathology, diagnostic challenges, and practical reviews and approaches. Each course is 1.5 – 3 hours.

Special Courses

Special Courses address issues that cross subspecialty borders. These courses range from 2-8 hours.

Interactive Microscopy

Interactive Microscopy courses are a microcosm of the intimate mentoring experience that characterizes the comprehensive programs at the USCAP Interactive Learning Center in Palm Springs, California. This is an opportunity to study relevant cases presented by experts. 

Hot Topics

Explore burning topics in pathology with your favorite experts in one hour sessions at noon, Monday through Thursday. Lunch comes with registration, but you bring the questions!

Companion Society Meetings

USCAP’s Companion Societies will be producing educational content for each Society. After the educational content is presented there will be a Q & A with the faculty.

Evening Specialty Conferences

Evening Specialty Conferences are developed to provide learners with the most current information by examining case materials from patients to illustrate new information about a subject, recent technological advances, and a review of complex topics.

Satellite Symposia

Satellite Symposia are industry-sponsored, CME-certified symposia offered in conjunction with the USCAP Annual Meeting. 

Professional Development Workshops

Professional development workshops address topics related to being in a career in pathology. 

Exhibitor Seminars

Exhibitor Seminars are sessions where exhibitors present their latest research findings and allow for discussion and networking.

Long Course

The focus of this course is to provide practical insights into the status of several technological advances in anatomical pathology, such as whole slide imaging, artificial intelligence, augmented reality, genomics, bioinformatics, multiplexing, and advanced imaging tools such as 3D rendering of pathology images.


Join two of pathology’s most distinguished teachers as they guide you through challenging cases in a virtual slide session. Dr. Andrew Rosenberg and Dr. Wendy Frankel will each spend one 50 minutes sharing diagnostic pearls and cautionary tales while engaging audience members in an open access interactive session.

These are ticketed courses that have additional fees.

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