Calling all members of the FSP, it’s time to renew your dues! Members can easily renew their dues online through the FSP website here. If you are not a member of the FSP and are interested in joining YOUR pathology state society you can learn more and complete the online application here. The FSP promotes and protects the medical specialty of pathology through actively participating in legislative advocacy, providing continuing medical education, and offering multiple avenues to enhance your career through networking opportunities and professional resources. Members of the FSP receive many benefits such as discounted rates to the two FSP educational conferences held each year, Self-Assessment Modules that count towards the American Board of Pathology maintenance of certification, and a complimentary CE Broker professional account making your CE renewal process seamless.
Have you made your plans to attend the next Florida Society of Pathologists Conference? Join us Palm Beach, Florida for the Summer Anatomic Pathology Conference taking place on July 21-22. Hear practical and timely updates on breast pathology, gastrointestinal pathology and coagulation from an impressive cadre of both national and local faculty. The Summer Conference will provide pathology education at its finest with 11 hours of CME and SAMs credit in a beautiful and family friendly location at The Breakers Hotel. Learn more about our prestigious faculty and program agenda and register online now.
Dr. Lizardo Cerezo of Orlando Health in Orlando, Florida, was awarded the FSP President’s Service Award at the 44th Annual Anatomic Pathology Conference held in Orlando on Feb. 16-18. Dr. Cerezo was selected for this prestigious award by the current FSP President Dr. Antonio Martinez and presented with the honor during the FSP’s Business Meeting Luncheon on Saturday, Feb. 17. Dr. Cerezo has been an active member of the Florida Society of Pathologists for many years. He currently serves as an at-large member of the Board of Directors and is an instrumental resource to the society, reporting on CAC issues and representing pathology and FSP’s behalf when attending CAC meetings. You can learn more about Dr. Cerezo, his career and why pathology holds a special place in his heart by visiting the FSP website here.
The Florida Society of Pathologists is pleased to welcome two new members to the Board of Directors. Dr. Adrian Padurean of Fort Myers, Florida and Dr. Patricia Moody McNab of Tampa, Florida were appointed to serve as At-Large Members of the Board by the FSP membership during the Annual Business Meeting on Saturday, Feb. 17 held in conjunction with the FSP’s 44th Annual Anatomic Pathology Conference in Orlando, Florida. In addition, the FSP membership reappointed the following At-Large Members for an additional two-year term: Marilyn Bui, MD, PhD, Carmen Gomez-Fernandez, MD, Oleskandr Kryvenko, MD and Marino Leon, MD. To read more about our new board members and to view the entire list of your FSP leadership please visit the website here.
The FSP’s 44th Annual Anatomic Pathology Conference was held on Feb. 16-18 in Orlando at the Grand Floridian Hotel. The conference was well attended with over 260 pathologists and 42 vendors representing the best laboratories, products and services in pathology. The conference touted an impressive compendium of speakers from across the country including Drs. John Goldblum, Lester D.R. Thompson, Marisa Nucci and Raouf E. Nakhleh. Local faculty members from Florida included Drs. Andre Pinto from the University of Miami, Juan Carlos Hernandez-Prera from Moffit Cancer Center and Dianne Torrence from the University of Florida who gave riveting microscopy cases that supplemented each of the keynote presentations. Read more and view pictures here.
There are only two days until the start of FSP’s 44th Annual Anatomic Pathology Conference in Orlando, Florida at the Grand Floridian Hotel. Registration is still open online! Don’t have time to register before you arrive? No worries, we will accept onsite registration at the FSP registration desk in the Grand Floridian Ballroom foyer starting on Friday February 16 at 10:00 am. Join over 250 of your pathology colleagues in Orlando for Florida’s premier pathology event of the year! READ MORE
The FSP 44th Annual Anatomic Pathology Conference is just two weeks away in Orlando, Florida! Join fellow members and guest speakers for the FSP Business Luncheon and Legislative Session on Saturday, Feb. 17. Hear from candidate for Attorney General of Florida, Ashley Moody, as she discusses the importance of supporting the legislative system and how pathologists and members of FSP can directly impact the legislative process. FSP President Dr. Antonio Martinez, and fellow FSP leadership will share the latest society news in areas of membership and financials and the new slate of officers for at-large positions on the Board of Directors will be presented. Dr. Patrick Godbey, President-Elect of CAP, will present attendees with a report from the CAP and Dr. Ronald Giffler, Vice President of the FMA, will provide an FMA report. Make plans to attend the FSP conference and register now!
It's not too late to register for the FSP's 44th Annual Anatomic Pathology Conference taking place in four short weeks on February 16-18 at the Grand Floridian Hotel in Orlando, FL. New this year, the FSP Digital Posters will be on display starting on Friday, February 16th at 3:15 pm. Join us for a cup of coffee in the Exhibit Hall and review the posters submitted by Florida's best pathology residents, fellows and medical students. Take time to view all the interactive digital posters and attend the Business Luncheon on Saturday to see who is chosen as the top three winners. The Digital Posters will be located in the Exhibit Hall and all registered attendees will have access to view. Register online now for the conference before it's too late.
Make FSP part of your New Year's resolution! Challenge yourself professionally in 2018 and sign up to attend the Florida Society of Pathologists next educational conference taking place on February 16-18 in Orlando, Florida at Disney's Grand Floridian Hotel. Attending FSP's 44th Annual Anatomic Pathology Conference will be your first step to an educationally impactful and rewarding 2018. Learn more about our prestigious faculty, innovative yet practical topics and networking events by visiting the conference page here. Don't miss out on the premiere pathology event of the year!
As the 2017 year comes to a close the Florida Society of Pathologists would like to wish you and yours a happy and healthy holiday season. If you have not done so already, we encourage you to register for the next FSP Anatomic Pathology Conference taking place on February 16-18, 2018 at the Grand Floridian Hotel in Orlando, Florida. Earn up to 10.5 hours of CME, visit with over 40 exhibiting companies, view over 40 digital posters on innovative research from pathology residents, fellows and medical students and most importantly network with your fellow FSP colleagues in a wonderful location in Orlando, Florida. Give yourself the gift of education this holiday season and register today!