The CAPA Online Education Program plans to have special topic lectures on each subspecialty. Volunteer experts from every subspecialty are needed. The target audience will be junior attending faculty members and general pathologists who want to update their knowledge, as well as senior residents and fellows. The volunteers can choose your own topic(s) of interest. Speakers will be selected by the CAPA Education Committee and/or invited by the Online Education Subcommittee to facilitate this lecture series. The lectures will be given in the weekends and the presentation is usually 1-2 hours in the Saturday evenings. We will try our best to accommodate the speaker’s schedule. Experts of any pathology subspecialty can volunteer.Continue reading
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Dear CAPA Members,
It is my great honor and privilege to serve you as the CAPA president for 2017-2018. Since its establishment in 2003, and with continuous and collective efforts from our presidents, officers of all subcommittees, and all active members, CAPA has become a nationally and internationally recognized pathologist organization with over 600 members today.
CAPA consists of a very broad membership in both academic and private practice, in both AP and CP, with experienced and “young” pathologists. As a group, we are extremely accomplished, with many nationally and internationally known pathologists and tenured professors in major medical centers. We have had members serve as department chairs and directors for anatomic pathology in top US/Canadian universities, directors for residency and fellowship programs across the country, and directors/business owners in various settings of private practices. Continue reading
On behalf of the Chinese American Pathologists Association (CAPA) Executive Committee, we are delighted to announce the 2017 CAPA/GoPath Best Abstract Award for pathologists-in-training.Continue reading
CAPA will host two sections of Molecular Pathology at the 10th Asia Pacific International Academy of Pathology (APIAP) Congress, Bali, Indonesia, April 24-27, 2017. We are looking for well qualified speakers for both meetings. Click here for more details.
The Chinese Society of Pathology (CSP) Annual Meeting will take place in He’fei, China, November 24-27, 2016. As we did in previous years, CAPA is calling for five speakers from the CAPA community for this Chinese national meeting. The meeting organizer has given the following specific topics to avoid overlap with the other speakers at this meeting.Continue reading
You are cordially invited to join us for the 2nd Chinese American Pathologists Association (CAPA) Diagnostic Pathology Course on Saturday and Sunday (November 12 -13, 2016) at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas. This two-day course provides in-depth coverage on the pitfalls or mistakes that are commonly encountered in daily diagnostic pathology and intraoperative frozen section consultations, and the best practice approaches to avoid these mistakes in a format of didactic lectures and case-based presentations. Given the great success of our first CAPA diagnostic course and the unforgettable time in New York last year, we are confident that you will enjoy this great CAPA educational event. In addition, you will also enjoy the following additional benefits and more.Continue reading
It is my distinguished honor and privilege to be elected as the president of the Chinese American Pathologists Association (CAPA) for 2016-2017. Thank you for your support and trust!
CAPA has become an internationally recognized organization within the pathology community, thanks to the strong leadership and strategic visions of our past presidents; dedication from our current and past executive committee members, subcommittee chairs, co-chairs and members; and strong support from our active members.Continue reading