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    Hotel Nikko San Francisco, California

    Current Issues in Anatomic Pathology Thursday - Saturday May 26-28, 2016 Daily Self-Assessment Modules (SAMs) will be offered for SAM credits

    Cytology Seminar Wednesday, May 25, 2016 (separate fee, limited enrollment)

    University of California San Francisco

    School of Medicine

    University of California San Francisco

    Department of Anatomic Pathology University of California San Francisco School of Medicine

    32ND ANNUAL

    Current Issues in Anatomic Pathology

  • 2016 This annual course addresses a wide range of topics in anatomic pathology and explores new and evolving areas in the diagnosis and analysis of disease. It aims to provide the latest practical and theoretical information that will aid the practicing pathologist in solving those problems most often encountered in the anatomic pathology laboratory. An audience response system will facilitate questions and discussion. An electronic course syllabus will be provided for all participants. Participants will be able to register for either the entire three-day meeting or for any combination of individual one-day segments.

    OBJECTIVES The principal objective of this activity is to identify areas of diagnostic difficulties and challenges in everyday surgical pathology and cytopathology practice, and to provide expert insight on selected topics through different educational formats. Educational experience is further enhanced through collegial contact and one-on-one interaction throughout the course. The topics selected each year reflect areas in which substantial information and progress have been made (as identified through recent publications and other data gathering efforts). The topics of discussion also focus on areas in which there is significant difficulty in interpretation of pathological features. In general terms, we expect that at the end of this course, the participants will be able to: ■■■ identify common mistakes and pitfalls in the diagnosis of breast, gynecological, gastrointestinal, hepatobiliary, hematolymphoid, and soft tissue diseases in everyday surgical pathology;

    ■■■ recognize mimickers of specific diseases in each specialty; ■■■ learn to interpret special studies that will allow easier differential diagnosis; ■■■ learn the pertinent histopathological characteristics of diseases to allow unequivocal diagnosis;

    ■■■ identify new and additional components of the pathology report that will improve its clinical value;

    ■■■ learn about the recent changes/modifications in the pathological classification of diseases or lesions.

    32ND ANNUAL UCSF

    Current Issues in Anatomic Pathology

    COURSE OVERVIEW

    May 26-28, 2016

  • 2016 Wednesday, May 25, 2016

    CYTOLOGY SEMINAR (SFVAMC, Bldg. 2, Floor 3, Anatomic Pathology) Enrollment in this seminar is limited to 18 persons on a first-come, first-served basis. The seminar will be held on the UCSF San Francisco VA Medical Center campus. Shuttle service will be provided between the Hotel Nikko and the San Francisco VA Medical Center. Seminar Registration Fee: $315. Enrollment limited to 18. Please call the registration office (415-476-5808) to verify space is available before sending payment for the Cytology Seminar.

    Faculty

    Sarah M. Calkins, MD – Assistant Professor of Pathology Kirk D. Jones, MD – Professor of Pathology Elham Khanafshar, MD – Associate Professor of Pathology Annemieke van Zante, MD, PhD – Associate Professor of Pathology Course Chair: Laura Tabatabai, MD – Professor of Pathology

    EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES At the end of the cytopathology course, the learner will be able to identify common and uncommon problem areas in Pulmonary, Body Fluid, Thyroid, and Squamous Head and Neck cytopathology practice, recognize potential pitfalls, develop a differential diagnosis, understand the use of ancillary immunohistochemical and molecular studies, and identify the practical benefit of special techniques to aid in cytological diagnosis of challenging neoplastic and non-neoplastic lesions in these areas.

    WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 2016 8:10 am Registration, Coffee, and Greetings (Rm 344) 8:30 am CONCURRENT SESSIONS

    A. Pulmonary Cytology with Discussion of Endobronchial Ultrasound and Electromagnetic Navigation (Rm 343)

    Kirk D. Jones, MD

    B. Fluid Cytology (Rm 253) Elham Khanafshar, MD 10:00 am Break (Rm 344) 10:20 am CONCURRENT SESSIONS

    A. Squamous Lesions of the Head and Neck (Rm 343)

    Annemieke van Zante, MD, PhD

    B. The Bethesda System and Challenges in Thyroid FNA Cytology (Rm 253)

    Sarah M. Calkins, MD

    11:50 am Lunch (Rm 344) 12:45 pm CONCURRENT SESSIONS

    A. Fluid Cytology (Rm 343) Elham Khanafshar, MD B. Pulmonary Cytology with Discussion of Endobronchial Ultrasound and Electromagnetic Navigation (Rm 253)

    Kirk D. Jones, MD

    2:15 pm Break (Rm 344) 2:35 pm CONCURRENT SESSIONS

    A. The Bethesda System and Challenges in Thyroid FNA Cytology (Rm 343)

    Sarah M. Calkins, MD

    B. Squamous Lesions of the Head and Neck (Rm 253)

    Annemieke van Zante, MD, PhD

    4:15 pm Shuttle Departs for Hotel Nikko

    32ND ANNUAL UCSF

    Current Issues in Anatomic Pathology Cytology Seminar

    Seminar Schedule

  • program

    32ND ANNUAL CURRENT ISSUES IN ANATOMIC PATHOLOGY

    THURSDAY, MAY 26, 2016 7:30 am Registration, Continental Breakfast, and Poster Session 8:20 Introductory Remarks and Welcome Linda Ferrell, MD and

    Joseph Rabban, MD, MPH 8:30 Cervical Cancer Prevention in the 21st

    Century: Changing Paradigms Teresa Darragh, MD

    9:15 Pelvic Serous Tumors: Practical Implications of the New 2014 WHO Classification System

    Joseph Rabban, MD, MPH

    10:00 Coffee Break 10:20 Endometrial Stromal Sarcomas:

    Updates in Classification and Common Diagnostic Dilemmas

    Karuna Garg, MD

    11:10 Update on Vulvar Pathology Charles Zaloudek, MD

    12:15 - 1:15 pm

    LUNCH TUTORIAL A – Separate fee; limited enrollment The Spectrum of Breast FNA with a Focus on Papillary Lesions

    Ronald Balassanian, MD

    12:00 pm Lunch on own for other registrants 1:30 Vascular Lesions of the Breast Sandra Shin, MD, PhD 2:20 Solid Pattern Lesions of the Breast Gregor Krings, MD, PhD 3:05 Coffee Break 3:25 Cribriform Lesions of the Breast Yunn-Yi Chen, MD, PhD 4:10 Cystically Dominant Lesions of the

    Breast Sandra Shin, MD, PhD

    5:00 pm Poster Session

    FRIDAY, MAY 27, 2016 7:30 am Continental Breakfast and Poster Session 8:30 Ampullary Tumors: Classification and

    Diagnosis N. Volkan Adsay, MD

    9:20 Challenges in Colorectal Cancer Wendy Frankel, MD 10:10 Coffee Break 10:30 Practical Issues in Serrated Colorectal

    Polyps Wendy Frankel, MD

    11:15 Diagnostic Issues in Gallbladder Pathology

    N. Volkan Adsay, MD

    WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 2016 Cytology Seminar – Separate fee required. Limited registration.

  • yMay 26-28, 201632ND ANNUAL CURRENT ISSUES IN ANATOMIC PATHOLOGY FRIDAY, MAY 27, 2016 continued

    12:15 - 1:15 pm

    LUNCH TUTORIAL B – Separate fee; limited enrollment Flow Cytometry: Everything You Need to Know (in One Hour)

    Ari Molofsky, MD, PhD

    12:00 pm 1:30

    Lunch on own for other registrants PBC and PSC: Back to Basics Grace Kim, MD

    2:15 Autoimmune Hepatitis: Integrating Morphologic Features with Clinical and Laboratory Findings Into a Meaningful Pathology Report

    Sanjay Kakar, MD

    3:05 Coffee Break 3:25 Case Presentations: Problem Malignant

    Tumors and Mimics from the Consult Service Ryan Gill, MD, PhD

    3:55 HENRY MOON LECTURE: Changes in Focus in Liver Pathology: One Hepatophile's View on Two Topics

    Linda Ferrell, MD

    5:00 pm Adjourn 5:00 - 7:00 pm

    Wine and Cheese Reception Golden Gate Room – Hotel Nikko, 25th floor

    SATURDAY, MAY 28, 2016 8:00 am Continental Breakfast 8:30 Myelodysplastic Syndromes: Update

    on Classification and Distinction from Non-neoplastic Conditions

    Robert Hasserjian, MD

    9:20 Myelodysplastic/Myeloproliferative Neoplasms: Diagnosis and Recent Advances

    Sonam Prakash, MD

    10:05 Coffee Break 10:25 Advances in the Diagnosis of

    Myeloproliferative Neoplasms Robert Hasserjian, MD

    11:15 Lymphoma Update: What's Likely to be New in the New WHO?

    Patrick Treseler, MD, PhD

    12:15 - 1:15 pm

    LUNCH TUTORIAL C – Separate fee; limited enrollment Consultative Cases in Coagulation: Common Diagnostic Challenges in Bleeding Disorders Including the New Anticoagulants

    Scott Kogan, MD

    12:00 pm Lunch on own for other registrants

    1:30 Superficial Spindle Cell Proliferations by Light Microscopy and Immunohistochemistry

    Timothy McCalmont, MD

    2:10 Monomorphic Spindle Cell Sarcomas of Soft Tissue: Beyond Herringbones and Fibrosarcoma

    Andrew Horvai, MD, PhD

    2:50 Coffee Break 3:10 The New Gleason Grade Grouping System for

    Prostate Cancer: What does it Mean for the Practicing Pathologist

    Jeffry Simko, MD, PhD

    3:50 Update of the 2016 WHO Scheme for CNS Tumors

    Arie Perry, MD

    4:30 pm Adjourn