Education and Training
AANP supports the education and training of individuals across the entire breadth of neuropathology, including the graduate student studying the molecular pathways that lead to neurodegeneration, the neuropathology fellow learning how to integrate morphologic and molecular data to diagnose gliomas, the young clinician who wants to maintain their American Board of Pathology certification, or the physician who has been practicing neuropathology for decades and simply wants to learn the latest advances in neuropathology.
AANP supports the education and training of its members through a rich variety of educational opportunities, including a subscription to the Journal of Neuropathology and Experimental Neurology, the annual meeting, CME/SAMS courses, and the Diagnostic Slide Session.
Accreditation Council of Continuing Medical Education
DSS Cases have been selected for the 2017 Annual Meeting. The Glass Slide Set order deadline is March 5, 2017. Orders will not be honored after this date. Order your Glass Slide set via the meeting registration page here.
Early-Bird Registration for the 93rd Annual Meeting ends February 28, 2017, and registration fees will subsequently increase; however, registration can take place up through the Annual Meeting.
There are 6 travel awards for trainees, as well as 4 ISN travel awards for neuropathologists/ neuroscientists under the age of 40 from low-middle income country. Don’t forget to check the box for travel awards with your abstract submission.
The abstract submission website for AANP's 93rd Annual Meeting is now available! Click here to submit an abstract.
The American Academy of Ophthalmology is currently sharing the Ophthalmic Pathology Atlas with the public. Create a login and access incredible whole slide images!
The First North American Workshop on Neuropathology and Epilepsy Surgery will meet April 27-30, 2017, in Cleveland, OH.
2016 Diagnostic Slide Session presentations are online!
WHO Tumours of the CNS (2016) available for purchase
Moore updates available at Neuropathology Blog.