Join us this Fall in beautiful British Columbia! “Skin, Thoracic and Gynecologic Pathology”
We will be at St. Paul’s Hospital in the Cullen Family Lecture Theatre on October 29 and 30th.
*AstraZeneca will be hosting a non-branded dinner talk on Saturday, October 29th. It will be approximately 3 blocks from St. Paul’s. The program is open to the first 25 registered attendees who RSVP.
“Rationale for Homologuous Recombinatin Repair (HRR) Gene Mutations and Homologous Recombination Deficiency (HRD) -Testing in Select Cancers”
by Jeffrey Gregg, MD
and “A Pathologist’s View on a New Treatment Option for HER2 Expression in Metastatic Breast Cancer” by Zin Htway, PhD, MBA
Location: Boulevard Kitchen and Oyster Bar. RSVP today with your meeting registration!
Accredited CE (CME) Designation
The CAP designates this live (or internet live) educational activity for a maximum of 10 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. Physicians should claim only credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. The content of this accredit CE (CME) activity does not necessarily reflect the view or policies of the College of American Pathologists.
Confirmed Faculty and Lectures (in alphabetical order):
Steven Billings, MD
-Vascular Tumors-Then and Now
-Acral Lesions – Inflammatory and Neoplastic
-Inflammatory Dermatopathology for the Surgical Pathologist
-Fibrohistiocytic and Fibroblastic Tumors: An Update
Richard Crawford, MD
-New Insights into Inflammatory and Neoplastic Diseases of the Vulvar Epithelium
-DIstinguishing Melanomas from Nevi with PRAME Immunochemistry
Andrew Churg, MD, PhD
-The Separation of Benign from Malignant Mesothelial Proliferations: New Markers and New Concepts
-The Diagnosis of UIP and Separation from Morphologicallly Similar Entities (and Why do we care?)
Blake Gilks, MD, FRCPC
-Recent Advances in Endometrial Carcinoma Pathology
Antonio Subtil, MD, MBA
-A Practical Approach to Lymphoid Infiltrates in the Skin: Cutaneous Lymphomas (Indolent and Aggressive) and Mimics