Important Deadline Approaching for the Pathology Informatics 2010 Conference in Boston
Posted Aug 23 2010 12:00am
The Pathology Informatics 2010 conference will take place on 19-22 September at the Westin Copley Place Hotel in Boston. It's an amalgam of three previous pathology informatics conferences: (1) APIII, held for 14 years, mainly in Pittsburgh; (2) Lab InfoTech Summit, presented for six years in Lab Vegas; and (3) AIMCL with a 21 year tenure in Ann Arbor.
A key date is approaching for those interested in registering for this conference -- August 27. This marks the deadline for the reduced conference registration fee for the event and also for making a reservation at the Copley. A block of rooms have been set aside at the hotel by the conference organizers for registrants at a special price but there is no guarantee that rooms will be available after this date. On-line registration is available at the conference web site as well as details about how to reserve a room at the hotel.
Early indications are that the conference will provide a very valuable educational experience for registrants. A record has been set this year for the number of scientific presentations on the basis of abstract submissions (see: New Record Set for Scientific Abstract Submissions to Pathology Informatics 2010 ). In addition, a record number of exhibitors, 41, will be demonstrating their products in the large exhibitor ballroom. Forty-eight faculty members will participate in three workshops, three separate content tracks, and three plenary sessions.