Simon Herrington has been elected President-Elect of the International Society of Gynecological Pathologists from March 2009. The Society is a world-wide community of pathologists and other physicians with a common interest in the pathology of the female reproductive system.
The Society was founded in 1976 to facilitate exchange of knowledge about gynecological disease and to be a forum for dissemination of new information in this area. Membership is open to any physician formally trained in pathology and either recognized, or certified as a pathologist in accordance with each country’s regulations or customs for specialists, and who has contributed to the field of gynecological pathology. Associate membership is available for individuals who do not meet these criteria, but have demonstrated special interest in the field as evidenced by significant contributions. Junior membership is available to pathologists in training with a special interest in gynecologic pathology.'
The Society also publishes the International Journal of Gynecological Pathology, which aims to promote understanding of gynecological disease.
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