News and Events
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, the PathDay 2020 committee has decided to cancel our May 22 meeting date
We are looking at options to reschedule, or have an alternate Department meeting at a future date. We will keep everyone informed as the situation develops.
Also, the PathDay Committee and Nomination Committee will continue to accept nominations for the faculty and staff awards. If you have not already, we encourage people to nominate their colleagues for the awards. The link to nominate can be found at https://pathology.ubc.ca/annual-awards-nomination-form-2020/ and will be open until Thursday, April 30th.
Updated: Mar. 23, 2020 – 11:10 p.m. PDT
April 17, 2020Dr. Daniel Holmes appointed a new Head for St. Paul’s Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine Please welcome us in congratulating Dr. Holmes on his new leadership role with St. Paul's Hospital and the Dept of Pathology
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