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DPMM & COVID-19

Dear Department members, the COVID-19 situation continues to develop quickly but I would like to share the following updates:

1. All academic rounds, conferences etc have been suspended until further notice. We will look to develop virtual alternatives in the near future.

Kingston’s Science Rendezvous has won national recognition as the best Science Rendezvous event in the country.

Complete article from: https://www.thewhig.com/news/local-news/kingston-science-rendezvous-receives-national-recognition
Kingston’s Science Rendezvous has won national recognition as the best Science Rendezvous event in the country.

Canadian Resident Matching Service (CaRMS)

All this week is Canadian Resident Matching Service (CaRMS) Week!  

AP Residency applicants will be visiting each day this week, checking in with Lis Andersen, in Room 201 of Richardson Laboratory, 88 Stuart St, at Queen's University in Kingston.

Holiday closing

The Queen's Department of Pathology and Molecular Medicine will be closing for the Holidays on Tuesday 2019 December 24th at 12:00 EST.

We will be reopening on Thursday 2020 January 02 at 08:00

 

new pathology website live!

As of this morning (Oct 29) the Department's old website landing page is now forwarding to this, our new website.  It is more compliant with accessibility standards, better suited for mobile platforms, and falls in line with University and Faculty guidelines.

In addition the new domain name of "pathology.queensu.ca" is more intuitive than our older "www.path.queensu.ca" from back in 1992 when we first created a website.

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