Jan
23
Mon
Weill Cornell Medicine – Tutorial on Neoplastic Hematopathology
Jan 23 – Jan 27 all-day

Weill Cornell Medicine
January 23rd – January 27th, 2017
Marriott Miami Biscayne Bay
Miami, Fl


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, Professor and Chairman. 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. In addition we will provide a notebook comprised of all power point presentations.

The registration fee is $1,350, after December 30, 2016 $1,450.

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

Website: www.cornellpathology.com

Jan
24
Tue
January Cyto-econference 2017
Jan 24 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Cytology of Body Fluids: A Kaleidoscope of Challenging Cases

January 24, 2017

Manon Auger, MD, FRCP (C)
Professor, Department of Pathology
McGill University
Director, MUHC Cytopathology Laboratory
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Yonca Kanber, MD
Assistant Professor
McGill University Health Center & McGill University
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

This Cyto-econference will review challenging cases encountered mainly in effusion cytology with an emphasis on the morphologic features. Discussion will include differential diagnosis, potential diagnostic pitfalls, and use of ancillary testing in the diagnostic work-up.

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Jan
26
Thu
2017 Mayo Clinic Pathology Update
Jan 26 – Jan 28 all-day

Thursday – Saturday, January 26 – 28, 2017
Juanita Kios Waugh Auditorium
Mayo Clinic Education Center
Phoenix, Arizona

2017 Mayo Clinic Pathology Update

Course Link:      www.ce.mayo.edu        Search: Pathology 2017

Description: This 2.5 day course provides attendees an update on select diagnostic pathology topics, covering a broad range of subjects including pulmonary and mediastinal, soft tissue, gastrointestinal, genitourinary, cytology, and hematopathology. Presentations will focus on practical diagnostic challenges with updates on current terminology, classification, and molecular markers. Following lecture sessions, attendees will have an opportunity to solidify new concepts and materials with case reviews and questions provided by the speakers.

The first day focuses on soft tissue lesions of the mediastinum and pleura, pancreatic neoplasms, and infectious mimics of inflammatory bowel disease. The second day is devoted to pulmonary pathology topics, both neoplastic and non-neoplastic; and the final day covers thymus, genitourinary pathology, and extranodal Hodgkin lymphoma.

Intended Audience: Pathologists, pulmonologists, pathologist assistants, pathology fellows and residents, and allied health staff with an interest in diagnostic pathology.

Contact:
Mayo School of Continuous Professional Development (MSCPD)
Phone: (480) 301-4580
Email: mca.cme@nullmayo.edu

Feb
2
Thu
3rd Annual Moffitt Pathology Symposium
Feb 2 – Feb 5 all-day
Feb
28
Tue
February Cyto-econference 2017
Feb 28 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Role of Fine Needle Aspiration in the Diagnosis of Hematopoietic Lesions

February 28, 2017

Rana S. Hoda, MD, FIAC
Professor of Pathology, Chief of Cytopathology, Director of Cytopathology Fellowship Training Program
New York Hospital-Weill Cornell Medical College
New York, New York

Scott Ely, MD
Associate Professor of Pathology & Co-Director of Hematopathology Fellowship Training Program
New York Hospital-Weill Cornell Medical College
New York, New York

Lymphoma is commonly encountered in fine needle aspiration (FNA) cytology. The diagnosis and sub-classification of non-Hodgkin lymphoma, particularly, low-grade lymphomas, can be extremely difficult in cytology. The main reasons being morphological overlap between the various types of low-grade lymphomas, difficulty of distinguishing these lymphomas from benign lymphoid process and inappropriate triage of FNA sample. The strength of this interactive conference is its combination of a cytopathologist and hematopathologist, both experts in their field, to discuss their approach to and address the challenges of diagnosing lymphoma. Current lymphoma classification, reporting terminology and pertinent treatment will be also be addressed. Participants attending this session will walk away knowing precisely how to diagnose and sign out the various types of lymphomas.

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