Vol 61 No 3 2021

Report of the 12th Asian-Pacific IAP Congress

Okayama, Japan

By Dr. Tadashi Yoshino

Due to COVID 19, the Congress was held as "on demand" web system. All special lectures, thirteen symposia, two educational session and workshop, and CAPA session were available to all audiences by on demand November 1 to14.

Dr. Sherif Zaki

In Loving Memory of Dr. Sherif Zaki

By Dr. Ghazi Zaatari

On November 21, 2021, the Pathology World Community lost prematurely one of its greatest scholars in Pathology of Infectious Diseases, Dr. Sherif Zaki, Chief, Centers of Disease Control (CDC) Infectious Disease Pathology Branch.

PAGE- Pathology Lecture series online for postgraduate trainees in pathology

By Dr. Shivayogi R. Bhusnurmath

The lecture series is named PAGE- PGI Pathology Alumni Global education Endeavour. They deliver a lecture on every alternate Wednesday at 9 PM Indian standard time on topics in surgical pathology, hematology, cytology and clinical pathology and other important topics.

Pathology Museums for the 21st Century

By Dr. Robin A. Cooke


Medical Museums were an essential part of every medical school in the latter part of the 19th century, and the first half of the 20th century.

Their importance waned in the second half of the 20th century as more emphasis was placed on the teaching of other subjects, even to the point where some University educators removed pathology from the curriculum.

Museums that feature Wax models

By Dr. Robin A. Cooke


Robin Cooke writes a beautifully documented history of the technique for making wax models, first developed in the 1500’s, and refined during the 1600s in the city of Florence in northern Italy.

Event Report

for the October 18th 2021 Assembly of the Asia-Pacific International Academies of Pathology (AAPIAP) Webinar: "What’s New in the GU"

IAP Announcement

The Australasian Division invites the world to experience the latest developments in pathology by hosting the XXXIV International Congress of the International Academy of Pathology.

Save the date! October 9-14 2022.

Pathology Webinar Series

The SGIAP-ASEAN Pathology Webinar Series: Pulmonary II

Hosted by the IAP Singapore Division

December 4th, 2021