’Our next meeting will be held jointly with the Pulmonary Pathology Society in Cork, Republic of Ireland.

The dates for this have been agreed as the 25th to the 27th of June,  2022.

 

Further details will follow in due course’.

John Gosney, President.

The Association of Pulmonary Pathologists (APP) was set up as the Pulmonary Pathology Club in 1979 by Professor Bryan Corrin, then at St Thomas’ Hospital, London and subsequently Professor of Respiratory Pathology at the Brompton Hospital, at the suggestion of Dr David Lamb, Reader in Respiratory Pathology at the University of Edinburgh.

 

Its purpose was to promote the exchange of ideas on pulmonary disease and facilitate social contact between pathologists with an interest in pulmonary pathology. The inaugural meeting was held in 1980 at Merton College, Oxford, and was hosted by Professor Michael Dunnill.

After running the Club with great distinction for 32 years, Professor Corrin handed over the Presidency to Professor John Gosney, Consultant Thoracic Pathologist at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital, in 2012. The name was officially changed to the APP in late 2016.

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