Dermatopathology Service

Department of Pathology

NHS Lothian University Hospitals Trust


Current members of the Dermatopathology Service:

Thomas Brenn, MD, PhD, FRCPath

Diplomate of the American Boards of Pathology and Dermatology

Consultant Dermatopathologist and Head of Dermatopathology Service

Honorary Senior Lecturer

John Goodlad, MD, FRCPath

Consultant Histopathologist and Head of Haematopathology Service

Honorary Senior Lecturer

Marie Mathers, MBChB, FRCPath

Consultant Histopathologist

Asok Biswas, FRCPath

Consultant Histopathologist

Sandy Reid, MD, FRCPath

Senior Lecturer and Honorary Consultant Dermatopathologist


Dermatopathology Service

Department of Pathology

Alexander Donald Building, 1st Floor

Western General Hospital

Crewe Road




Telephone: 0131 537 1960

FAX: 0131 537 3618

Edinburgh Dermatopathology Tutorial 2016


A practical update on

- Melanocytic Tumours

- Skin Adnexal Tumours

- Inflammatory Dermatoses

- Oral Pathology


organized by T Brenn and J Goodlad


June 16 and 17, 2016




  Hilton Edinburgh Grosvenor Hotel, 

  Edinburgh, Scotland


This year's invited guest speakers include:


  Klaus Busam (New York City, NY)

  Lorenzo Cerroni (Graz, Austria)

  Sook Bin Woo (Boston, MA)

  Eduardo Calonje (London, UK)




For further information see HERE


Further course information and details regarding accommodation at the course venus will follow.


Reduced room rates will be available at the Hilton Edinburgh Grosvenor Hotel at


- GBP115BB per room on single occupancy

- GBP125BB per room on double occupancy


A link to the hotel's booking site will be made available closer to the course date

The Dermatopathology Service in Edinburgh is part of the Department of Pathology at NHS Lothian University Hospital Trust and is physically located at the Western General Hospital.

A total of around 16,000 skin biopsies are interpreted annually.

The service supports the Departments of Dermatology and Plastic Surgery as well as hospitals and offices in the Lothians and Borders and has an active immunofluorescence and a busy referral practice.