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Aims and Mission The Pathological Society (of Great Britain and Ireland) is a professional organisation whose mission is stated as 'understanding disease'
Membership and Profile The membership of the Society is mainly drawn from the UK but also includes an international membership. Members are a mixture and clinical and experimental pathologists. There is a strong representation of academic pathologists within the membership. A flourishing Trainees Group operates within the membership and represents those who are in the process of training in the discipline of pathology.The Society is run by a Committee elected from its membership. A group of Officers of the Society manage executive functions.Several subcommittees advise the main Committee, especially in developing research, education & training.The Society is registered as a charity in the UK.
Activities The Society promotes its mission through a range of activities and initiatives.
History The Pathological Society of Great Britain and Ireland was established in 1906. Its original membership reflected a wide set of disciplines within pathology. In recent years, the Society membership is generally aligned to practitioners of cellular pathology. In 2006 the Society celebrated its centenary.
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