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Officers and Committee

Officers (at July 2021)

Please review our Officers below:

President

Prof Mark J Arends
University of Edinburgh
Tel:  0131 651 8019
Email: president@pathsoc.org
 

General Secretary

Prof Sarah E Coupland
University of Liverpool
Tel:  0151 794 9104
Email: gen_sec@pathsoc.org
 

Treasurer

Prof Graeme I Murray
University of Aberdeen
Tel: 01224 554785
Email: treasurer@pathsoc.org
 

Meetings Secretary

Prof Heike Grabsch
Maastricht University Medical Center
Email: h.grabsch@maastrichtuniversity.nl
 

 

Advisors

Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Pathology and Editor, Journal of Pathology: Clinical Research

Prof Simon Herrington
Email: eic@jpathol.org
 

Editor, Diagnostic Histopathology

Dr Adrian Bateman
Email: Adrian.Bateman@uhs.nhs.uk
 

 

Committee Members (at July 2021)

Dr Fernanda Amary

 

Prof Nick Coleman

 

Dr Cynthia Heffron

Irish Representative (Co-opted)
Email: Cynthia.Heffron@hse.ie
 

Prof Keith D Hunter

 

Prof Ralf Huss

Trade Representative (Co-opted)
Email: drhussralf@gmail.com
 

Dr Marnix Jansen, Chair Molecular Pathology Sub-committee

 

Dr Ali Khurram

Webmaster & Digital Adviser
 

Prof John Le Quesne

 

Dr Kate Marks, Chair of the Trainees Subcommittee

 

Dr Luiza Moore

 

Dr Abhik Mukherjee, Chair Education Sub-committee

 

Dr Gemma Petts

Undergraduate Lead (Co-opted)
Email: g.petts@liverpool.ac.uk
 

Dr Nischalan Pillay

 

Dr Abeer Shaaban

 

Prof Gareth Thomas, Chair, Research Sub-committee

 

Prof Carolien van Duerzen

Dutch Pathological
Society representative (Co-opted)
Email: c.h.m.vanduerzen@erasmusmc.nl
 

Tom Watkins, Chair of the Undergraduate Subcomittee

 

Dr Nick P West

 

Dr Alison Winstanley

 

Ms Vivienne Parry OBE (Co-opted October 2020)

Lay Representative

Vivienne is a science writer and broadcaster. She has a part time role as Director of Engagement at Genomics England and serves on the board of UKRI. She also facilitates events across the globe including for the G20, the World Economic Forum and the European Commission.  In the past, she has presented Tomorrow’s World, been a columnist for the Times, Guardian and News of the World and worked with the Princess of Wales for 12 years.

 

 

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Priorem Praeses - a Role for Previous Society Presidents

The Society has created a new role (the Priorem Praeses role) within the Pathological Society for previous Presidents of the Society. It recognises that previous Presidents have the potential to make significant ongoing contributions to the Society, making use of accumulated wisdom, experience, contacts and expertise, and that this is recognised as a formal role within the Society. Full details available here