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2022 General Pathology Review Course

Are you ready for 2022? Because we are! It’s time to save the date for the acclaimed yearly General Pathology Review Course, which will take place the week of January 31 – February 4, 2022. This course will grant you access to comprehensive lectures on cell adaptations, tissue repair, inflammation, hemodynamics, pathogenesis, immunity, neoplasia, and more…!

The instructors will deliver their top-notch lectures virtually in 2022, which allows participants all over the world to join the course and master Gen Path!  If you have to register as a non-member, note that the extra $100 will get you a year of membership and a copy of the most recent fascicle!    

$275 members/$375 non-membersLive participation (via Zoom) includes access to a special Canvas course, materials in advance, breakout group dynamics, mock exams and real-time discussion + Q&A with instructors.

$125 members/$225 non-members – Rebroadcast registration includes access to the recorded lectures and handout materials only. No mock exams, breakout dynamics, or Q&A will be available.

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Content preview:

  • Cell adaptations, injury, and death: hyperplasia, hypertrophy, atrophy, patterns and types of necrosis, apoptosis, autophagy, accumulations
  • Tissue repair: proliferation, cell cycle, ECM, healing, fibrosis, growth factors
  • Acute inflammation: vascular, leukocytes, cell and plasma derived mediators of inflammation, recruitment, recognition, removal, morphologic patterns
  • Chronic inflammation: causes, macrophages, phagocytosis, systemic effects of inflammation consequences of chronic inflammation
  • Hemodynamics: homostasis, thrombosis, vascular disease
  • Diagnostic tests: innate, adaptive, autoimmune, lymphocyte activation, hypersensitivity, autoimmunity, immune deficiency
  • Microbial pathogenesis: general principles of pathogenesis, mechanisms of bacterial injury, Mechanisms of viral injury, acute and chronic diseases
  • Immunity: innate, adaptive, autoimmune, lymphocyte activation, hypersensitivity, autoimmunity, immune deficiency
  • Neoplasia: characteristics, molecular basis and mechanisms, multi-step carcinogenesis, metabolic alterations, malignancy, host defense