October 8-11
Gaylord National, Maryland
(Washington, DC, area)

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The Right Knowledge.
The Right Diagnosis.

Inspiration Stage

Tuesday, October 10
5:30–6:30 PM

Changing Our World One Story at a Time

Passionate. Visionary. Provocative. Determined.

CAP17 takes a step in its evolution as The Pathologists’ Meeting™. Join us as three compelling storytellers step onto the CAP’s Inspiration Stage to share their personal journey toward being the change they want to see in the world of people, in the world of medicine, and in the world of innovation. Learn how they’ve approached challenges with fresh perspective to change the practice of medicine for both the practitioner and the patient. Their experiences may even challenge you to consider how you can lead the change you want in the world.

Meet our Speakers

Timothy Amukele, MD, PhD

Make your work have meaning.

Timothy Amukele, MD, PhD is an assistant professor of pathology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He is also the medical director of the Makerere University-Johns Hopkins University laboratory in Kampala, Uganda; the Laboratory co-Investigator for the Johns Hopkins Malawi Clinical Trials Unit in Blantyre, Malawi; and the associate director for clinical pathology programs for Pathologists Overseas Inc.

Susan Rollins, MD, FCAP

Take the road less followed.

Susan Rollins, MD, FCAP is Board Certified by the American Board of Pathology in Cytopathology, Anatomic, and Clinical Pathology. She also serves as a faculty member for cytopathology courses taught on a national level, is current member of the CAP’s Cytopathology Committee, and is a 2016 recipient of the Papanicoloau Society of Cytology Yolanda Oertel Interventional Cytologist of the Year Award.

Jameisha B. Brown, M.S., CHES

Live as though the worst could never happen.

Jameisha B. Brown, M.S., CHES, an award-winning health researcher and social justice advocate, is pursuing a PhD in Health Education and a Certificate in Non-Profit Management at Texas A&M University and is a Health Disparities Fellow at the University of North Texas Health Science Center. She uses experiences from having grown up in disparate living conditions and triumphing over cancer to fuel her passion and educational pursuits.