Upcoming Seminar

HKIAP 2018 Special Seminar

Topic: Critical Importance of Accurately Detecting Multiple Histologic Patterns/Pathologic Processes As Exemplified in 15 Lymphoid Cases as Unknowns

23 June 2018

Kai Chong Hall, Post Graduate Education Center, Prince of Wales Hospital

John Hopkins cytology workshop

15th – 16th December 2018

Seminar rooms 1-3, Postgraduate education centre, Prince of Wales Hospital, the chinese university of Hong Kong.

Brief history of the HKIAP

The idea of forming a Hong Kong Division of IAP was conceptualized by Prof. Joseph Lee and Dr. Philip Allen In 1986. The issue was raised and agreed at the AGM of the Hong Kong Pathology Society that year. It was envisaged that the Hong Kong Division would become a focal point of contact with Divisions of IAP in other countries and with the international office of IAP in Washington, D.C., U.S.A. The Constitution and By-laws were then drawn up. Through a postal poll, Dr. C.W. Chan, Prof. Faith Ho and Prof. Joseph C.K. Lee were appointed as conveners. In 1987, an interim committee was set up with Dr. Lily Ma as Chairman, Dr. S.K. Chan as Honorary Secretary, Dr. W.P. Mak as Honorary Treasurer, Dr. C.W Chan, Dr. Y.F. Chan, Dr. H.C. Ho and Prof. J.C.K. Lee as Members. Read more



The aims of the society shall be to advance the knowledge and practice of pathology