2022 Undergraduate Essay Competition Title:
"Books versus computers - what does the future of pathology education look like?"
Who is eligible?
Undergraduate members of the Society
31 August 2022.
How do I apply?
Email one electronic copy of your essay and one signed copy of the certificate of originality to email@example.com
Certificate of Originality
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2019 - 'Without Pathology, medical education is futile, discuss' by Reiltin Tynan
2018 - 'Does Tumour heterogeneity matter' by Casmir Turnquist
2017 - 'Discuss how chronic inflammation and the immune system both promote and protect against cancer and how this may be therapeutically modulated" by Sidhant Seth
2016 - 'Discuss recent advances in our understanding of the pathobiology of non-coding RNA' by Jason Mak
2015 - 'Both clinical and academic pathology are becoming increasinly interdisciplinary in nature. Discuss' by Marco Narajos
2014 - How 'Digital Pathology: Will machines replace the pathologist and a microscope?' by Ankit Bhatt
2013 - How 'personalised' is personalised medicine? What are the challenges for pathology in delivering this for patients? by Kate Sutton
2012 - Pathology has been called 'the hidden science that saves lives'. Discuss how pathology directly impacts on patients, and compare the past, present and possible future effects of pathology on a patient’s journey by Aniruddh Chhabra
2011 - So, what will the pathologist be doing in ten years time? by Timothy Shaw
2010 - The Autopsy Is Dead by Chei Yang Koo
2009 - Molecular Genetics Will Make Histopathologists Redundant by Marie Stolbrink
2008 - Discuss the impact of media and the popular portrayal of pathology on its profile by Andrew Bamber
2007 - There is no place for pathology in modern medical curricula by Kezia Gaitskell, Oxford
2006 - The Conventional Autopsy still has an Important Role in Modern Medicine by Rachna Bajaj
2005 - Understanding the mechanism of disease is the basis of sound medical practice by Kirsten Borthwick, Edinburgh