The ISSRP is a two week intensive program for pathologists and nephrologists interested in learning renal pathology.
The program includes basic concepts in renal pathology, formal lectures on native kidney diseases, transplant pathology and molecular nephropathology.
In addition, we have several hours a day dedicated to review of cases (independently and with the instructor). Approximately 200 cases are included in the curriculum, electron microscopy practice with the instructor, histology, immunofluorescence and immunohistochemistry and LCM laboratories (hands on).

The purpose of the school is to:

  1. provide guidance to pathologists who are starting practicing renal pathology
  2. provide a review course to those who already practice renal pathology
  3. educate the nephropathology community on new molecular techniques that may have postential use in clinical practice or research.

The school is CME accredited and a Certificate of completion will be given to the participants who are also required to take a final test on the last day.

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Schedule 2017

Schedule 2015