May
4
Fri
ASCT/ASC Advanced Cytopathology Education
May 4 @ 7:00 am – May 6 @ 3:00 pm

Join the American Society for Cytotechnology and the American Society of Cytopathology as we bring together the long-standing ASCT Annual Conference and the Advanced Cytopathology Education (ACE) Conference.

The American Society for Cytotechnology (ASCT) and the American Society of Cytopathology (ASC) team up in 2018 and invite you tobeautiful Salt Lake City to expand and enhance your skills in a three day educational conference on May 4 through May 6.

The ASCT is committed to bringing key educational opportunities to its members and cytopathology professionals so that they are able to meet current and future needs in the area of cytopathology. In this way, teaming up with the ASC and ACE is a natural fit:

  • ACE, at its core, is structured to bring advanced cytopathology topics to regional areas based on current and emerging needs.
  • ACE is an education program created to assist you in transitioning into other practice areas by refining, expanding and strengthening your skills. This is the most proactive way for you to navigate your journey through your changing profession so that you remain in demand and an integral part of the laboratory team.

The ASCT and ACE conference will cover the current and future Cytopathology changes and developments with:

  1. Highly comprehensive and customized education sessions to enhance diagnostic techniques
  2. Engaging and interactive educational strategies
  3. A dynamic, world-renowned faculty
May
14
Mon
McGill Cytopathology Review Course
May 14 – May 15 all-day

McGill Cytopathology Review Course
May 14 – 15, 2018
Montréal, Québec, Canada
Course Director: Dr. Manon Auger
https://muhc-cme.mcgill.ca/CYTO2018

For further information contact:
Email: cme@nullmuhc.mcgill.ca

May
22
Tue
May Cyto-econference 2018
May 22 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Cytology of Bone Tumors and Pseudotumors

Yaxia Zhang, MD, PhD

Bone tumors are rare and diagnostically challenging. This case-based webinar will provide basic and advanced information on bone tumor morphology, classification, ancillary testing, biomarkers, and clinicoradiological information to highlight the diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic implications of bone tumors. Representative tumors of bone in osseous, cartilaginous, small blue round cell, spindle cell, giant cell rich, and other morphologic categories will be addressed. Differential diagnosis, pertinent ancillary testing, and diagnostic pitfalls will also be discussed. How to perform appropriate on-site evaluation and triage of bone specimens to facilitate an accurate diagnosis will also be discussed. This webinar will provide you with a much better understanding of how to achieve a timely, accurate and specific diagnosis of common and difficulty bone tumors for better patient care.

 

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Jun
10
Sun
ASC 41st European Congress of Cytology Companion Meeting
Jun 10 – Jun 14 all-day

41st European Congress of Cytology
My Most Memorable Case
June 10 – 14, 2018, Madrid Spain

Barbara A. Crothers, DO
Joint Pathology Center, Silver Spring, Maryland

William C. Faquin, MD, PhD
Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts

Barbara Centeno, MD
Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa Florida

Momin Siddiqui, MD
Weill Cornell Medical College, New York Presbyterian Hospital, New York, New York

Guliz Barkan, MD
Loyola University Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois

Jun
26
Tue
June Cyto-econference 2018
Jun 26 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Non-Salivary Gland Neoplasms and Conditions of Head and Neck

Zahra Maleki, MD

Fine needle aspiration has gained a significant popularity in evaluation of head and neck lesions due to its minimally invasive nature, lack of scar, and the possibility of repeating the procedure. There is also an increase in demand by clinicians and surgeons to receive a definitive diagnosis in order to avoid any unnecessary aggressive procedures. Although metastases are the most common mass lesions in head and neck, a wide variety of both benign and malignant neoplasms including rare conditions, may arise primarily in this anatomic site.This webinar reviews cytomorphology of head and neck mass lesions along with differential diagnosis.

 

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