Vol 61 No 2 2021 


An Attempt at Simplifying Pathology

By  Dr. Deeksha Sikri

Free hand drawing (and not just of histological slides that are on the curriculum) is a basic yet underutilized tool. It is not a novel concept, but in the digital age with the advent of social media as a learning platform. 

 The Cholera in London, John Snow and the Great Stink 

A Cooke’s tour

By  Dr. Robin A. Cooke

Robin Cooke writes a fascinating perspective on the history of Cholera in London, and work by John Snow, the founding father of epidemiology. 

 The Great Plague and the Great Fire of London  

A Cooke’s tour

By  Dr. Robin A. Cooke

In 1665 and 1666, London experienced two devastating  events.  15 to 20 percent of the city's population was killed by the plague, while the fire burned about a quarter of the region.  Robin Cooke describes the impact of the plague  from a clinical perspective, the role of plague doctors and hospitals, and the impact of the London Fire during that time.

 IAP Announcement

The  2021 Congress of the IAP Arab Division  is hosting Pathology Today: Unlocking Disease and Brightening Care on October 27th - 30th 2021. 

 for details of this virtual, Zoom event, including registration.

 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

June 26,2021

The SGIAP-ASEAN Pathology Webinar Series: Pulmonary 

took place on June 26th 2021.  This announcement describes topics that were covered during this conference.