Annual Meeting Call for Proposals
Be part of a future ASDP Annual Meeting!

Submit a proposal to direct a Short Course, Interactive Microscopy (formerly Consultation in Dermatopathology) or a Seminar.

Proposals must be submitted by Noon Central, Friday, March 1 to be eligible for consideration.

The Program Committee is accepting proposals for the following:
- Two Short Courses,
- Interactive Microscopy (formerly Consultations in Dermatopathology), and
- Dermatopathology Seminars.

Short Course proposals are being accepted for the 62nd Annual Meeting. Short Courses vary in length between 2.5-3.5 hours, with one Short Course scheduled each day of the meeting. All Short Courses will be held in person and require in-person attendance to participate. While proposals are being accepted now for the 2025 Annual Meeting, specific course assignments will be determined in December.

Interactive Microscopy (formerly Consultations in Dermatopathology) and Dermatopathology Seminars are held virtually (online) only. Each session lasts 75 minutes and is limited to 30 attendees. Interactive Microscopy sessions will be held Monday-Wednesday of the Annual Meeting, and Seminars will follow on Thursday.

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