About This Series
This core departmental conference brings faculty, residents, fellows, graduate students and staff together for an introduction to new concepts and techniques in both clinical and experimental pathology. It is part of Pathology 504, "Current Topics in Experimental Pathology."
The seminar series features reports from within the Department and the University of Rochester Medical Center as well as presentations by speakers from outside the University. Topics include developments in molecular pathology, cancer diagnosis/treatment and clinical quality assurance.
Seminar presentations take place Mondays at noon, except the fourth Monday of month, Room K-207 (2-6408). Participants will receive 1 hour of CME credit.
"Novel Insights Into Glymphatic Regulation"
Presenter: Benjamin Plog, Pathology graduate student
Host: Lianping Xing, B.Med., Ph.D.
"HER2 Testing in Breast Cancer; Bridging the Gap Between Diagnosis and Clinical Management"
Presenter: David Hicks, M.D., director of Surgical Pathology
"The Spectrum of Pediatric Lung Disease"
Presenter: Gail Deutsch, M.D. of Seattle Children's Hospital
Host: Philip Katzman, M.D., co-hosted by Department of Pediatrics
Presenter: Art Papier, M.D. of VisualDx
Hosts: Bruce Smoller, M.D., and David Hicks, M.D.
"Quality Assurance - Who Cares?"
Presenter: Julietta Fiscella, M.D., director of Pathology, Highland Hospital
Sue Van Thof, (585) 275-3184, Sue_VanThof@urmc.rochester.edu