Histopathology

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Edited By: Alastair D Burt

Impact Factor: 3.523

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 16/79 (Pathology); 90/190 (Cell Biology)

Online ISSN: 1365-2559

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Prizes

The Roger Cotton Prize for Histopathology for 2016 has been awarded to David Snead for their paper: Validation of digital pathology imaging for primary histopathological diagnosis (Histopathology 2016; 68:7 1063–1072).

The Roger Cotton Prize


The Roddy MacSween Prize for a Pathologist in Training is awarded annually to a trainee who has published work in Histopathology, to which they have made a considerable contribution. Authors are only eligible to be considered for the prize if they are a SpR, or Academic Fellow, or Lecturer in Histopathology, and registered for Higher Specialist Training in the UK and Republic of Ireland, or if they are in comparable training schemes elsewhere. For more details, contact HISedoffice@wiley.com

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The prize is awarded annually to the most outstanding original article published in the journal in a particular year.

BDIAP

Histopathology is published on behalf of the British Division of the International Academy of Pathology (BDIAP). The society aims to advance pathology through improving methods of teaching pathology, coordination of pathology with allied sciences and techiniques, promoting pathology research and convocation of meetings and congresses to facilitate the exchange of ideas.

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From this month's Histopathology

Histopathology Monthly

Read this monthly section featuring Editor Alastair D. Burt's commentary on six cutting edge papers, together with illustrations, published in each issue of Histopathology.

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Illustration from the February 2018 issue: A novel technique for biobanking of large sections of radical prostatectomy specimens. Claes Lindh et al (p. 481)

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