Welcome to the New England Society of Pathologists

Committed to the Study of Disease and its Alleviation

The New England Society of Pathologists invites all pathologists in New England to join.  As a non-profit medical organization, our goal is to update each other on advances in current diagnostic issues in pathology, and in the understanding of basic pathobiology.  Our members are pathologists in practice or on the faculty of medical schools and universities around New England.  Each year, we sponsor four major lectures, meeting predominantly in Boston.  Several of our lectures are sponsored by academic medical centers in Boston, and are sponsored in recognition of a distinguished pathologist in the history of that medical center.  It is easy to become a member – just click the Join link above.

Message from Our President

Welcome to the brand new website for the New England Society of Pathologists. Although we were slightly delayed in our launch due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are happy to see this website up and running for our members. Although there is some uncertainty about when we will be able to meet in-person again, we plan to have all of our meetings this year, by Zoom or in-person, and will update this website with all meeting information as it develops. At present, we are not planning to meet in person for the May meeting, but we hope to be able to meet again in person in the fall of 2021.

I look forward to seeing you by Zoom, until we can once again meet together in person.

Your President,

Anthony “Tony” Guidi, MD, FCAP

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2022 Meetings (tentative)

January 18 – Stanley Robbins, MD, Lecture (sponsored by Boston University)

May 17  – Ramzi Cotran, MD, Lecture (sponsored by Brigham and Women's Hospital)

September 20 – Robert E. Scully Lecture (sponsored by Massachusetts General Hospital)

November 15 - Herbert J. Wolfe Lecture (sponsored by Tufts University)

2021 Meetings

January 19 – Stanley Robbins, MD, Lecture (sponsored by Boston University) 
     Yachana Kataria, PhD:  by Zoom 
     Seroprevalence of SARS-CoV2 IgG Antibodies and Risk Factors in Health Care Workers at Boston Medical Center

May 11  – Ramzi Cotran, MD, Lecture (sponsored by Brigham and Women's Hospital)
     Astrid Weins, MD, PhD:   by Zoom
     Acute Nephrotic Syndrome: Are we ready for a new paradigm?

September – Robert E. Scully Lecture (sponsored by Massachusetts General Hospital)
      Melinda F. Lerwill, MD:   by Zoom
      Papillary Breast Lesions: Diagnostic challenges and controversies

November - by Zoom