Current Topics in Rodent Pathology

September 17 - 19, 2017 • Raleigh, North Carolina



This is the 8th state-of-the-art biennial course that will focus on:

  • Reproducibility of Animal Research Studies
  • Developmental Pathology & Embryology
  • Microbiota
  • Humanized Mouse Models
  • Techniques (MALDI, Stereology, Immunoassays and more!)


The previous seven courses were a great success and included: Reproductive Pathology (2002), Neuropathology (2004), Cardiopulmonary Pathology (2006), Immunopathology (2008), Hepatobiliary Pathology (2010), Urinary Pathology (2012) and Endocrine Pathology (2014). Each course has drawn approximately 100-150 attendees.

The course showcases local North Carolina pathology expertise as well as speakers from around the nation and world. It is designed to provide useful information on current issues and techniques in rodent pathology to research and diagnostic pathologists, pathologists-in-training and interested members of the research community. The programming offers 17 hours of Continuing Veterinary Medical Education credit.

 Online registration for 2017 is now available.