This BDIAP Upper GI Pathology symposium provides timely reviews of the more important inflammatory and neoplastic entities in the oesophagus, stomach and proximal small intestine by a galaxy of international gastrointestinal pathology stars.


  • Oesophagitis: an update 
  • Don’t look back in anger: lessons from Barrett’s dysplasia reporting and reviewing 
  • The pathology of gastric and duodenal polyps 
  • Challenging issues in patterns of gastritis 
  • Molecular pathology of gastric cancer (through the eyes of a pathologist)
  • Current and future issues in upper GI lymphoma 
  • A practical approach to (relatively) common spindle cell tumours of the GI tract
  • Challenges in small intestinal pathology 
  • Biopsy practice in the upper GI tract: what they should and should not biopsy
  • Case Presentations


  • Consultant Histopathologists
  • Histopathologists in Training
  • Senior Biomedical Scientists


  • Professor Kieran Sheahan (Dublin)   
  • Dr Marnix Jansen (London)
  • Professor Greg Lauwers (Tampa)
  • Dr Chella van der Post (Nijmegen)
  • Professor Fátima Carneiro (Porto)
  • Professor Stefan Dojcinov (Swansea)
  • Dr Leona Doyle (Boston)
  • Dr Maurice Loughrey (Belfast)
  • Professor Neil Shepherd (Gloucestershire)
  • Professor Marco Novelli (London) 
  • Professor Ray McMahon (Manchester) 
  • Professor Manuel Rodriguez-Justo (London) 

  • 08:30 - 18/11/2022 to 12:00 - 19/11/2022
  • The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, 10 Union Street, London, SE1 1SZ, United Kingdom