Workshop on Dissertation and Publication Writing for Pathologists and Pathology Trainees


annals of tropical pathology journalThis non-resident workshop is for Postgraduate Students (Residents), Fellows in Pathology (Newly Appointed Lecturer/ Consultant Pathologists would particularly benefit and other Interested Persons).

Workshop Highlights

  1. How to write Proposals for Dissertations and Research Funding
  2. How to write Dissertations and Journal Articles
  3. Getting into Print – The Technicalities of Publishing

Dates: Monday 22nd – Wednesday 24th August, 2016

Time: 9.00am – 5.00pm Daily

Venue: Lekan Badru Hall, Obafemi Awolowo University Teaching Hospitals Complex, Ile Ife


Speakers would include Local and International Veteran Writers and Publishers, especially in the Pathology Disciplines.

Registration Fee

N 20,000 – Residents and Postgraduate Students

N 30,000 – Fellows and Others

How to Register

Register for the conference using the form on the left hand side of this page. We kindly advise you make your bank payment first and have the teller number handy before filling and submitting the registration form. See below for payment details.

Account Details for Payment

Bank: First Bank Nigeria Plc
Account Name: Annals of Tropical Pathology
Account Number: 2016035779

Additional Information

10 CPD Points to be awarded

For further enquiries, contact

Dr Omolade Betiku

Dr Oluwatosin Omoyiola

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