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There are three annual digital pathology conferences you won’t want to miss. Whether you’re considering transitioning your practice to a digital workflow or have been at the forefront of change, these digital pathology conferences will keep you up-to-date on the latest research and innovations and give you opportunities to network, connect, and share. In alphabetical order:


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Digital Diagnostic Summit

A collaborative, intimate, hands-on event where Digital Pathology experts break down the practical implementation of digital pathology throughout the entire workflow. The event features premier outdoor excursions for optimal networking in the beautiful Wasatch mountains.

When: September

Where: Park City, Utah

Attendee limit: 175

Cost: $1,000 (Includes conference, all meals, and an excursion)

Digital Diagnostic Summit Registration Link

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Digital Pathology and AI Congress

Utilizing digital pathology and AI to advance pathology practices enhances patient care and furthers drug discovery. Attendees will learn how AI and machine learning are being applied to primary diagnosis and clinical research and how the image-based information environment is transforming the lab.

When: June & November

Where: New York, New York

Cost: $799 – $1,499 (Conference only)

Digital Pathology and AI Congress Registration Link


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Pathology Visions: Digital Pathology Association 

Pathology Visions (PathVisions), the Digital Pathology Association’s annual meeting, is an innovative and informative conference that brings together experts across the field of digital pathology. PathVisions addresses the real-world, practical applications of digital pathology today, as well as the future of the field through new technologies and developments.

When: October/November

Where: Orlando, Florida

Cost: $100 – $1,000 (Conference only)

Pathology Visions Registration Link


If you plan to attend conferences this year, definitely add these three to your list. They are valuable opportunities to connect with fellow digital pathologists, learn from peers, and get real-world experience. Register today so you don’t miss out.

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