The 60th IAP-Thailand Annual Meeting 2021

The annual pathology academic meeting, organized by IAP-Thailand Association. The meeting is for promoting knowledge for pathologists. Since the COVID 19 pandemic, the meeting will be set as virtual meeting. All academic sessions will be conducted in English. Online registration and payment is now available (please click here) We are very welcome for all audiences over the world. 

Welcome Message from President




Dear Colleagues and Friends,


On behalf of the organizing committee, I would like to invite you to the 60th IAP-Thailand Annual Meeting that

will set as virtual meeting (October 6th to 8th, 2021).  In this congress, there will be informative sessions providing

updates and practical points on several subspecialties of anatomic pathology, presented by renowned international

experts and local specialists.  I am confident that the event will be a most impressive experience and a great

opportunity for you to update your knowledge on diagnostic pathology .


We look forward to seeing you joining the meeting.


Somboon Keelawat, MD.

President of the International Academy of Pathology, Thailand Division



Scientific Program

The draft for the scientific program is below. 






Download Scientific Program (Click here) 

Invitation letter for Thai (Click here)



The registration fee depends on the date of payment (not the date of registration).  

Online registration and payment is closed Credit card payment is welcome.

NoteOnce your registration is complete, you will receive a meeting certificate and a receipt sent by email.  If you don't see the email, please check your spam/junk folder.


E-Poster presentation

Due to the COVID 19 pandemic, there is no oral presentation platform for the IAP-Thailand Annual Meeting 2021.


Abstract submission

1.  Abstract submission period for the IAP-Thailand Annual Meeting 2021 is available from August 1st - 31st, 2021. 

2.  Please use the provided template for abstract (click here to download)The abstract must be arranged in constructed fashion including title, background, method, results, and conclusion, and should not exceed 250 words. The language must be English. Symbols are allowed to be used.      

3. The abstract must be submitted to Once the abstract has been submitted, no changes or corrections will be accepted.  

4. An email notification for the acceptance or rejection will be sent before September 15th, 2021.

5. After acceptance of the abstract, the author must register to the meeting.

6. On the date of submission, the abstract must not have been published elsewhere. 


More information for the presentation submission: Please send an email to


Free registration for the IAP-Thailand Annual Meeting 2021

The IAP-Thailand Association will provide free registration for 100 pathology trainees from any countries (except Thai).  

1. The applicants must be pathology residents who currently train outside Thailand.

2. The applicants must attach the the approval of residency training, authorized by the head of department (JPG and PDF only).

3. The deadline for application is August 31st, 2021 (Thailand local time, GMT+7).  

4. If there are more than 100 applicants, only 100 applicants will be randomly selected by the IAP-Thailand. The decision of the committee is final. The list of selected applicants will be announced within September 7th, 2021 (Thailand local time, GMT+7).

5. The selected applicants will be waived for registration fee.

6. To apply, please register as regular process. Before payment, there will be a button to apply for free registration.


**On October 9th-November 8th, 2021, all lecture videos can be replayed on your demands by using the same meeting platform for the audiences. Since registrants can replay the lecture videos, so we will not distribute the handout anymore**


More information: Please send an email to

About us

Thailand division of International Academy of Pathology, one of the oldest national divisions, was established in 1959 largely by the effort of Drs. Pradit Tansurat and Paul D. Rosahn. Our mission is to advance knowledge and practice of pathology. We have organized educational programs in form of lectures, seminars and international exchange program for young pathologists.




Mission Statement

The IAP is dedicated to the advancement of Pathology through educational exchanges worldwide. In order to achieve this mission, the academy will:


Serve as an international pathology organization that coordinates activities of its divisions and encourages the formation of new divisions where appropriate.

  • Convene an international congress each biennium providing educational programs to advance pathology education, research and practice.
  • Provide access to highest quality pathology education worldwide through lectures and seminars, educational grants, international congresses and teaching materials - accessible through its Divisions.
  • Encourage strategic placement of international congresses to promote access to advanced Pathology Education in underserved areas.



The purpose of the Academy will be the advancement of pathology through:

  • Improvement of methods of teaching pathology in medical schools, laboratories, hospitals and medical museums.
  • Coordination of anatomic pathology, pathologic physiology and comparative pathology with allied sciences and techniques
  • Promotion of research in pathology and pathologic techniques
  • The formation of national or larger geographic Divisions and Assemblies
  • Publication of journals and reports that will afford media, including electronic, for dissemination of the results of work in the above fields
  • Convening of meetings and congresses for exchange of scientific information and ideas