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Pathological Society of Great Britain and Ireland (Path Soc)

The Pathological Society of Great Britain and Ireland represents pathologists from all four nations of the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland, together with strong links with the Dutch Pathological Society.

The focus of the Pathological Society is to Understand Disease. This encompasses the financial support and encouragement of research through a wide range of research grant schemes, including those for basic and translational pathological science, molecular pathological science and educational grants. The Pathological Society has developed a partnership with the Jean Shanks Foundation to co-fund a new series of jointly funded research grant schemes.

In addition, the Pathological Society supports other activities that further the understanding of disease mechanisms and processes, with resultant patient benefit in terms of guiding therapies, and these include support for educational activities that promote the Understanding of Disease, Guiding Therapy by organising Summer and Winter scientific meetings (with the Summer meeting co-organised with the BDIAP), the Winter School for trainees, publishing cutting edge pathological research in the Journal of Pathology and Journal of Pathology: Clinical Research, and other educational activities such as the Pathology Grand Rounds lectures, with support for some outreach activities for public engagement.

Pathological Society. Registered Charity in England and Wales: 1154851. Scottish Charity No SC045004. Limited Company Registered in England and Wales: 8759028.

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