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Friday, March 27, 2009
Annual Meeting of Neuropathologists set for June 11-14 in San Antonio, Texas
If you go to the American Association of Neuropathologists website, you'll see the following on the homepage: "An annual meeting is held each year." Gee, if they held monthly meetings, I wonder how often those would be. Anyway... the 85th annual meeting of the association is being held June 11-14, 2009 at the Crowne Plaza Riverwalk Hotel in San Antonio, Texas. The Special Course, enigmatically titled Recent Advances that Impact Research and Clinical Practice, will feature College of American Pathologists president Jared Schwartz, MD, PhD (pictured). It should be an interesting meeting. I wish I could go; but due to other commitments I'll have to wait to attend the 2010 meeting in Philadelphia.
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