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26th International TriCon Molecular Med, 2019

March 10 - 15, 2019 | San Francisco, California

Molecular diagnostics and research - along with healthcare in general - are undergoing a technology-driven revolution.  These advances are a big focus of each TriCon event. Pathcore is excited to attend this year’s conference and contribute to this whirlwind of technological progress by demoing our modern and continuously evolving digital pathology tools. Stop by our booth if you’re eager to find out why digital pathology is set to disrupt the pathology of today. We’re confident our solutions can improve your current digital pathology workflow.

USCAP Annual Meeting, 2019

March 16 - 21, 2019 | Maryland

Pathology events are always exciting for us at Pathcore, but the USCAP is a particularly big deal - considering it’s the world’s largest pathology gathering (over 4300 pathologists attended last year’s conference).  We expect digital pathology to be a hot topic, and hope those interested will stop by our booth for a demo of our latest digital solutions for clinical pathologists. We plan to demo PathcoreFlow for Labs, our digital workflow management software, PathcoreScholar, our interactive digital education platform, and PathcoreUnity, our interoperable image manager.  We want to prove to the world’s largest pathology gathering that digital pathology isn’t something to fear - it’s something to embrace, with the potential to dramatically improve your productivity.

AACR Annual Meeting, 2019

March 29 - April 3, 2019 | Atlanta, Georgia
Meet us at booth #4428

Pathcore is happy to confirm our attendance to 2019's AACR Annual Meeting, the leading conference for cancer research.  We're confident digital pathology will play an important role in shaping the evolution of cancer research, and we encourage anyone interested to stop by our booth for a demo of our digital workflow solutions.

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