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    31st Annual South Carolina Society of Pathologists Meeting
    Gordon R. Hennigar Lecture


    September 7-9, 2018



    Omni Grove Park Inn, Asheville, North Carolina

    Practical Issues and Recent Updates In Genitourinary (GU) Pathology


    Chia-Sui (Sunny) Kao, MD
    Stanford University


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    September 6-8, 2018, The Banff Pathology Course, Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, Banff, Alberta, (Canada) [#6075e]





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    Friday, September 14 – Sunday, September 16, 2018

    The Hilton Milwaukee City Center
    509 W. Wisconsin Avenue
    Milwaukee, WI 53203


    The Medical College of Wisconsin, Department of Pathology
    11th Annual Midwestern Conference: Update Course in Surgical Pathology
    Directed by Dr. Saul Suster, MD



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    Contact information for registration:
    Name: Shannon Majewski, Course Coordinator
    Telephone: (414) 805-6976
    Email: midwesternconference@mcw.edu


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    USCAP Presents:
    Diagnostic Pitfalls in Urologic Pathology

    Prostate needle core biopsies, transurethral resections of prostate, radical prostatectomy specimens, kidney biopsies, nephrectomy specimens, bladder biopsies, partial or total cystectomy specimens, testicular biopsies and orchiectomy specimens are frequently handled by pathology residents/fellows, general surgical pathologists and/or urologic pathologists in academic institutions and private practices. The spectrum of experience and frequency of disease entities are variable. These specimens present diagnostic challenges and risks to the pathologists who evaluate them. This course, based on pragmatic consultation cases and some routine, in-house cases is designed to reinforce accurate diagnoses, avoid diagnostic pitfalls and close existing professional practice gaps.

    Course Location: Palm Springs, CA
    Course Director: Adeboye O. Osunkoya, M.D.

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    September 28-29, 2018, The Ontario Association of Pathologists: Annual General Meeting, Tremblant, Quebec (Canada) [#7011b]





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    USCAP Presents:
    A Journey Through Diagnostically Challenging Areas in Gynecological Pathology

    The curated, extraordinary collection of Dr. Robert E. Scully is the legacy of one of the most influential anatomic pathologists of the last sixty years, particularly his work in gynecologic pathology. Drs. Robert H. Young and Jennifer Stall will present unique cases from this archive in an intimate mentoring experience at the USCAP Interactive Learning Center.

    The World Health Organization (WHO) has incorporated new, significant developments in various areas of diagnostic gynecologic pathology into its 2014 WHO Classification of Tumours of Female Reproductive Organs. This publication serves as a systemic educational tool for practicing pathologists to adopt new disease classifications and related diagnostic criteria, a guide to clinical management of patients and a disease framework for further investigations. This course parallels and reflects WHO updates and encompasses a broad review of diagnostically challenging areas in gynecologic pathology through intimate mentoring sessions around multi-head microscopes for interactive learning and real-time interchanges focused on the diagnostic experience. The faculty from Harvard, Yale and Stanford will enrich and stimulate you in an exceptional venue within a premiere resort destination (Palm Springs, CA).

    Course Location: Palm Springs, CA
    Course Director: Pei Hui, M.D., Ph.D.

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    USCAP Presents:
    PLACENTAL PATHOLOGY - A Tour of Common and Rare Pathologies with a Focus on Clinical Relevance

    The placenta provides a wealth of information, retrospectively about the fetus and prospectively regarding the infant. Its examination is an essential component of the autopsy in cases of fetal or infant death, often gives useful insights of the diagnosis and treatment of sick newborns, and reflects the impact of maternal disorders on pregnancy. Yet, most pathologists have had little or no education or training in the examination of the placenta, including its histologic appearance in health and disease, and particularly the range of appearances with gestational age. Pathological examination of the placenta is probably the most under-utilized pathologic assessment of any human tissue.

    This focused course provides the unique opportunity to learn from two experts in an intimate mentoring environment, and to close the practice gaps that reflect deficits in teaching and learning the extraordinary variants of placental pathology and how they relate clinically to infant and maternal management.

    Course Location: Palm Springs, CA
    Course Director: Theonia K. Boyd, M.D.

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    October 8 - 11, 2018
    Fairmont Orchid, Kohala Coast
    Big Island of Hawaii


    Dermatopathology in Paradise



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    October 13-14, 2018, Harvard Medical School: Common Challenges in Gynecologic and Obstetric Pathology, Course Director George L. Mutter, MD, for 10.75 AMA PRA/Risk Management credits, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA (USA), [#7293a]





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    October 15 - 18, 2018
    Fairmont Orchid, Kohala Coast
    Big Island of Hawaii


    Pathology of Women's Cancer: Breast and Gynecologic Pathology Update



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    October 20-21, 2018
    The Johns Hopkins Hospital
    Baltimore, Maryland


    Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Presents
    18th Annual Current Topics in Gastrointestinal and Liver Pathology



    Website

    This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits TM
    Approved for Self-Assessment Module (SAM) for Maintenance of Certification

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    USCAP Presents:
    THORACIC PATHOLOGY

    Thoracic specimens are commonly encountered in clinical practice derived from biopsy and surgical procedures on pulmonary, cardiovascular and mediastinal tissue. The panorama includes neoplasms and non-neoplastic entities. The fact that many of these require evaluation for medical diseases of the thorax provokes anxiety among pathologists, particularly where subspecialty pathologists are not readily available. The last five years contributed a dizzying array of updates in classification, nomenclature and reporting guidelines. Therefore, it’s time for pathologists to update their knowledge and skills in the diagnosis of thoracic pathology in an intimate mentoring environment that unites experienced experts with pathologists desiring a contemporary review of modern thoracic pathology.

    Course Location: Palm Springs, CA
    Course Director: Joseph J. Maleszewski, M.D.

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    USCAP Presents:
    Modern Surgical Pathology Through the Expert Eyes of APSS-USCAP

    This inaugural co-branded interactive microscopy course presents the synergistic union of expert surgical pathologists from the prestigious Arthur Purdy Stout Society and from USCAP, collaborating (through education of pathologists) to eliminate a variety of practice gaps in diagnostic surgical pathology. For example, there is a misdiagnosis rate of about 10% in breast biopsies, but for some notoriously problematic lesions, the rate is even higher.

    A review of the literature and the collective clinical experience of this faculty as consultant surgical pathologists have clearly documented areas in diagnostic surgical pathology that remain problematic even for experienced pathologists. Examples include the categorization of proliferative breast lesions, cervical intraepithelial neoplasia, small glandular proliferations in the prostate, and soft tissue lesions. With the frequent use of core needle biopsy, pathologists are often faced with the challenge of distinguishing these entities on small specimen samples.

    The value of this course is its intent to eliminate diagnostic errors by highlighting pitfalls and approaches to resolve them using routine microscopic examination of H&E-stained sections and immuno-stains. The role of newer adjunctive molecular tests will also be discussed where appropriate. Thus, this course addresses medical knowledge and competence with the goal of improving clinical practice.

    Course Location: Palm Springs, CA
    Course Director: Laura C. Collins, M.D.

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    November 4-6, 2018, Digital Pathology Association: Pathology Visions, Manchester Grand Hyatt, San Diego, California (USA) [#7028]





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    USCAP Presents:
    Pitfalls and Pearls in Gynecologic Pathology

    The sub-specialized diversity of gynecologic pathology covers numerous sites, diseases and cancers with nuanced details regarding classification of disease, intra-operative consultations, newly-described tests, and staging of gynecologic malignancies. This course concentrates on the intricacies of these complex elements in an effort to enhance what is encountered in real-time clinical practice and introduces surgical pathologists to many of the "pitfalls and pearls" that can be encountered in the routine evaluation and reporting of gynecologic surgical pathology specimens. Whether you’re in clinical community or academic practice, or a pathologist-in-training, this information is invaluable to your performance. Experience intimate mentoring in a world-class facility at a resort destination, and become a better pathologist in the USCAP style!

    Course Location: Palm Springs, CA
    Course Director: Charles Matthew Quick, M.D.

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    November 12th – November 16th, 2018
    Marriott Miami Biscayne Bay
    Miami, Florida


    Tutorial on Pathology of the GI Tract, Pancreas and Liver




    The Tutorial, sponsored by The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Weill Cornell Medicine, will be held under the direction of Dr. Rhonda K. Yantiss, Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. The program will consist of lectures and case presentations. The Tutorial faculty will prepare course materials comprised of lecture notes and reference citations covering all of the topics presented at the Tutorial.

    The registration fee is $1,275, after October 5, 2018 $1,375.

    For further information, please contact:
    Ms. Jessica Misner
    Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
    WMC Room-302
    1300 York Avenue
    New York, N.Y., 10065
    Telephone: (212) 746-6464
    Fax: (212) 746-8192
    Email: jep2018@med.cornell.edu

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    November 17-18, 2018, Harvard Medical School: Interpreting the Endometrial Biopsy - A Multimedia Microscopic Tutorial, Course Director George L. Mutter, MD, for 10.0 AMA PRA/Risk Management credits, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA (USA), [#7293b]






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    November 27-December 1, 2018, California Society of Pathologists: CSP 71st Annual Meeting, Hyatt Regency San Francisco (Embarcadero), San Francisco, California (USA) [#7371]





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    December 1, 2018
    The Inn at St. John's, Plymouth, Michigan


    SAVE THE DATE
    Michigan Society of Pathologists
    Fall Conference





    To register, please call 248 374-9375 or email msp@michpath.org

    Michigan Society of Pathologists Website

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    USCAP Presents:
    Recent Advances in Soft Tissue Tumor Pathology: Evolving Classification, Novel Molecular Findings and New Diagnostic Markers

    The diagnosis of soft tissue tumors can be a significant challenge (even for experienced pathologists) because of their rarity, the broad morphological spectrum of mesenchymal tumors, and overlap with other soft tissue tumors and non-mesenchymal neoplasms. The classification of soft tissue tumors continues to evolve, following the description of “new” tumor types, the discovery of novel molecular genetic alterations, and the development of increasingly specific diagnostic immunohistochemical markers. If your specialty interest is in soft tissue pathology, or if your practice requires enhanced competency in evaluating soft tissue lesions, this course is designed to familiarize you with recently-described soft tissue tumors and recently developed diagnostic markers.

    Course Location: Palm Springs, CA
    Course Director: Jason L. Hornick, M.D., FRCPath

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    USCAP Presents:
    A Practical Approach to Problematic Breast Lesions

    This interactive microscopy course, taught by experts from Harvard Medical School, Stanford and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, is designed to eliminate a variety of practice gaps in diagnostic breast pathology.

    In general, there is a misdiagnosis rate of about 10% in breast biopsies, which may be even higher for some notoriously problematic lesions. This course (through intimate mentoring) attempts to reduce or eliminate diagnostic error by highlighting pitfalls and illustrating practical approaches to resolve them, using routine microscopic examination of H&E-stained sections with appropriate ancillary testing. The intended outcome is improved clinical practice and patient outcomes.

    Course Location: Palm Springs, CA
    Course Director: Laura C. Collins, M.D.

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    January 10-13, 2019, The Canadian Association of Pathologists: 9th Annual Resident Review Course, Mississauga, Ontario (Canada) [#7011c]





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    January 21st - January 25th, 2019
    Naples Grande Beach Resort
    Naples, Florida


    Tutorial on Neoplastic Hematopathology




    The Tutorial, sponsored by The Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Weill Cornell Medicine, will be held under the direction of Dr. Daniel M. Knowles of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. The program will consist of lectures and case presentations. The Tutorial faculty will prepare extensive lecture notes and reference citations electronically on our website, which will cover all topics presented at the Tutorial.

    The registration fee is $1,350, after December 28, 2018 $1,450.

    For further information, please contact:
    Ms. Jessica Misner
    Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
    WMC Room-302
    1300 York Avenue
    New York, N.Y., 10065
    Telephone: (212) 746-6464
    Fax: (212) 746-8192
    Email: jep2018@med.cornell.edu

    Website: www.cornellpathology.com
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    USCAP Presents:
    Liver Pathology: Translating a World of Colors into Clinically Relevant Pathology Reports

    The microscopic pattern of liver biopsies for non-neoplastic diseases has changed with increasing emphasis on steatohepatitis, fibrosis regression and drug-induced liver disease. The reasons for these changes (based on consultative cases at several large medical centers) include classification of an hepatic pattern of injury, primary biliary cholangitis, fatty liver disease, autoimmune hepatitis, etiology of cirrhosis and transplant pathology (unpublished data). Among the neoplastic cases, hepatocellular carcinoma, cholangiocarcinoma/metastatic adenocarcinoma and hepatocellular adenoma are the leading areas that cause problems in diagnosis for practicing pathologists. Advances in radiologic techniques facilitate targeting smaller lesions, necessitating judicious use of immunohistochemistry.

    In the last few years, characteristic molecular changes have been described in a variety of liver tumors and are increasingly being used for diagnosis. Take advantage of this fantastic mentoring opportunity to study liver interactively with experts who can improve your performance and enhance your practice.

    You should consider taking this course in contiguity with Twists and Turns of Problematic GI Pathology and How to Find Your Way Out!, directed by Dr. Gregory Y. Lauwers, H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center/University of South Florida, January 27-30, 2019.

    Course Location: Palm Springs, CA
    Course Director: Sanjay Kakar, M.D.

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    Twists and Turns of Problematic GI Pathology and How to Find Your Way Out!

    This interactive microscopy course is intended to provide an all-around review of gastrointestinal biopsy pathology for general surgical pathologists, junior GI pathologists, and pathologists-in-training, focusing on unusual lesions and common problematic areas of biopsy interpretation and analysis of appendectomy specimens. Course structure follows GI anatomic topography emphasizing key diagnostic features of inflammatory, infectious and neoplastic pathology as encountered in daily practice.

    The faculty intends to stimulate dialogue around differential diagnoses, variations in presentation, effective use of ancillary tests and diagnostic decision-making. This is a superb opportunity to refine your skills by direct interaction with enthusiastic rock stars of gastrointestinal pathology at USCAP’S fabulous interactive learning center. You should consider taking this course in contiguity with Liver Pathology: Translating a World of Colors into Clinically Relevant Pathology Reports, directed by Dr. Sanjay Kakar, UCSF, January 24-26, 2019.

    Course Location: Palm Springs, CA
    Course Director: Gregory Y. Lauwers, M.D.

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    USCAP Presents:
    Pathology and Cytology of the Lung, Pleura, Mediastinum and Heart/Lung Transplantation

    Pathologists are generally unfamiliar with a variety of entities in lung, pleural and mediastinal pathology, leading to diagnostic errors. Furthermore, issues related to heart/lung transplantation require specialized knowledge and experience. Interactive microscopy at the USCAP Learning Center provides a unique and intimate mentoring opportunity to discuss interstitial lung disease, pleuro-pulmonary malignancies, transplant rejection, and the cytomorphologic representation of specimens from these sites, including best practices for optimal triage of lung cancer specimens for molecular testing.

    Course Location: Palm Springs, CA
    Course Directors: Henry D. Tazelaar, M.D. and Andrew Churg, M.D., Ph.D.

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    USCAP Presents:
    Pediatric Pathology: Selected Topics for General Surgical Pathologists

    The practice of pediatric pathology differs significantly from that of adult surgical pathology: certain tumor types and medical conditions are much more common in the pediatric population (e.g., celiac disease, soft tissue sarcomas); the microscopic appearances of certain diseases common to pediatric and adult populations often differ (e.g., non-necrotizing granulomas are much more common in pediatric patients with Crohn's disease compared with adults); and molecular techniques are more commonly employed in the workup of pediatric neoplasia.

    This course is intended to familiarize general surgical pathologists with pediatric specimens that occur less commonly in their practices. Highly skilled pediatric pathologists will share their expertise in an intimate mentoring experience at the USCAP Interactive Center where learning is an inevitability.

    Course Location: Palm Springs, CA
    Course Directors: Theonia K. Boyd, M.D. and Jeffrey D. Goldsmith, M.D.

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    USCAP Presents:
    Practical Neuropathology for Today's Practice

    Neuropathology cases provide a particular challenge for practicing surgical pathologists because they are less common than cases from other organ systems, typically comprising fewer than 1% of cases in most practices, and are relatively more complex. Consequently, pathologists have less experience with neuropathology which translates to less comfort in making diagnoses. These mentoring sessions with experts are intended to provide practicing pathologists and pathologists-in-training with strategies relating to how to approach a case, differential diagnostic considerations, ancillary testing useful to resolving differential diagnoses, and the clinical implications of their diagnostic decisions. This is your opportunity to increase your comfort level, confidence and expertise in the interpretation and classification of neuropathology cases you will inevitably see in your diverse practices.

    Course Location: Palm Springs, CA
    Course Director: Richard A. Prayson, M.D., MEd

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    September 5-7, 2019, The Banff Pathology Course, Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, Banff, Alberta, (Canada) [#6075f]






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