Overview

This is a one-day course, comprising an update and review of gastrointestinal (GI) pathology. It should be suitable for specialist GI pathologists, consultants with a GI pathology interest, and relatively senior trainees. The speakers include two internationally recognised and highly distinguished experts, Dr Robert Odze from the United States and Dr Karel Geboes from Belgium. Also on the programme are several very experienced UK-based GI pathologists. Emphasis is on the histological diagnosis and classification of non-neoplastic and neoplastic disease, and on clinicopathological correlation.

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Programme

09.30     Registration

10.00     Welcome - Roger Feakins, London

10.05     The pathology and significance of ileitis – Karel Geboes, Belgium

10.35     Radiation and the GI tract mucosa – Roger Feakins

11.00     Coffee              

11.25     Inflammatory bowel disease and its differential diagnosis – Robert Odze, USA

12.10     Questions and discussion

12.25     Dysplasia and malignancy in inflammatory bowel disease - Robert Odze                   

13.05    Lunch

13.50   GI pathology in immunosuppressed and transplanted patients - Newton Wong, Bristol

14.20    Oesophageal malignancy - classification and assessment - Marco Novelli, London 

14.45     Coffee                 

15.10     Oesophagitis, including new and rare types – Shaun Walsh, Dundee

15.35     Appendiceal neoplasia and pseudomyxoma peritonei – Norman Carr, Southampton

16.05     Closing remarks – Roger Feakins

Registration Fees

Online bookings & Early Bird Rate*
Members £188
Trainees £100
Non-members £265

Regular bookings
Members £219
Trainees £132
Non-members £295

* Early booking - one month prior to event date off line

Location
To be held at Coin Street Conference Centre, 108 Stamford Street, London, SE1 9NH