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Cancer, understanding pathogenesis and clinical aspects
Fri 14 October 2016, 09:00 – 17:00 BST
A day spent in multiple learning landscapes to enforce and enhance knowledge of cancers, their pathogenesis and clinical implications. The learner will first attend a lecture (at the teaching centre) that will lay the foundation for the rest of the day's learning. The afternoon is spent in the dissecting room, looking and discussing normal anatomy on cadavers that supports the lecture. Delegates will get the opportunity to spend time examining potted real pathology and discussing the presentation and case histories of each example.
Dr. Parry is a medically qualified Clinical Anatomist and Neuroscientist. He has over 20 years international experience of lecturing, examining and course development across a range of medical science disciplines, in a number of leading institutions. He is research active and committed to providing the best training available. Dr. Parry gained his medical and science degrees from King’s College London.