Combining a desirable location with cutting-edge technology, USCAP’s Linder Learning Center and Powers-Sanchez Interactive Center are revolutionizing the way we learn and communicate.
Located in Palm Springs, California, this beautifully designed, state-of-the-art learning environment offers a conference theater and production studio where groups can host, record, edit, and share with a global audience every sound and sight of their meetings, lectures, product launches, and training programs.
USCAP, an international organization of pathologists, concieved the Interactive Learning Center as a destination for the world’s top experts to sit shoulder-to-shoulder with their peers and students around a multi-headed scope and share knowledge not only with each other, but also with doctors around the world via live-streams and webcasts. “Pathologists-in-training and experienced practitioners can sit across from an expert pathologist and learn diagnostic criteria, pattern recognition, and the variations in how tissues and cells appear under the microscope,” says Dr. David Kaminsky, USCAP executive vice president. “Pathologists from all over the world can be at the microscope, and we can deliver that content digitally on mobile devices, on demand, and with immediate access. An interactive microscopy laboratory united digitally with a conference center and broadcast studio for the development of sophisticated educational products is unique in America.”
USCAP offers the distinctive lecture theater, meeting and event space, sound stage, and broadcast studio to a variety of businesses and organizations. Likewise, medical organizations can access the microscopy classrooms and take advantage of the ability to broadcast and package the content for distribution.
USCAP’s Linder Learning Center and Powers-Sanchez Interactive Center represent the next generation of learning, information transfer and communication. Imagine the possibilities and realize them here in Palm Springs.
About Our Named Sponsors
Dr. Celeste N. Powers
Virginia Commonwealth University Health System
Division Chair/Anatomic Pathology
Dr. Celeste N. Powers chairs the Division of Anatomic Pathology and holds the endowed Saul Kay Chair in Diagnostic Pathology at Virginia Commonwealth University Health System. Her expertise includes head and neck, respiratory tract, infectious disease, and fine needle aspiration biopsy. She has held numerous leadership roles in USCAP, including president in 2014-2015. Read Full Bio
Dr. Miguel A. Sanchez
Leslie Simon Breast Care And Cytodiagnosis Center
Chief Of Pathology / Medical Director
Dr. Miguel A. Sanchez is Chief of Pathology and Medical Director of the Leslie Simon Breast Care and Cytodiagnosis Center at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, and holds appointments at The Icahn Mount Sinai School of Medicine and New York University. He often lectures about the intersection of medicine and the humanities.
Dr. James Linder
University Of Nebraska Medical Center
Professor Of Pathology And Microbiology
Dr. James Linder is President of the University Technology Development Corporation (UTDC) and Chief Strategist for the University of Nebraska. He is also Professor of Pathology and Microbiology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. He has extensive experience in the commercial sector, serving as a corporate officer and Chief Medical Officer for Cytyc Corporation, a leading manufacturer of diagnostic products and surgical devices. His research into cervical cancer led to a form of Pap test that detects cancerous cells earlier than the previous method. In 2009 he cofounded Constitution Medical Inc., to develop the Bloodhound™ Integrated Hematology System. This company was acquired by the Roche Group in 2013 where he served as Chief Medical Officer through 2015.
Tethon 3D Printing
President and CEO
Karen Linder is a business leader, investor, author and artist. She serves as CEO and president of Tethon 3D, a 3D printing company, and as principal of Linseed Capital, a private investment firm. Her book, The Women of Berkshire Hathaway, was published in 2012 by John Wiley & Sons. She was hired as the first ever Cytotechnologist at Good Samaritan Hospital in Kearney, NE. In 1985, Karen moved to Omaha to join the University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) as a staff Cytotechnologist, but in less than a year she was promoted to Cytology Laboratory Manager. In 1994, she founded the UNMC Cytotechnology training program, the first and only one in the State.