ASCP 2010 Annual Meeting Digital Pathology Course Offerings

| April 28, 2010

The upcoming ASCP Annual Meeting will feature several sesssions discussing Pathology 2.0, digital pathology, including telepathology and image analysis and personalized healthcare. 

Looks like an excellent faculty for these sessions.  The meeting will take place in San Francisco between October 27-31, 2010. 

A257 Harnessing Web 2.0 to Improve Consultation and Communication

Thursday, October 28 9:30 am – 11:30 am

Get an overview of the power of Web 2.0 to link laboratory practitioners across the globe. Discussions will include a big-picture view of how the internet is changing communication among professionals, how digital pathology can facilitate consultations, and much more. Interactive lectures will offer you an opportunity to connect with select web sites and participate in a Q&A session. You will leave with the ability to:

Establish communication networks with colleagues around the world.
Understand how digital image capture/sharing will transform practice in the next decade.
Access web sites that offer specialized content in pathology and laboratory medicine.

Moderator:
William E. Schreiber, MD, FASCP, University of British Columbia

Faculty:
Dean Giustini, MLS, MEd, University of British Columbia
Michael Feldman, MD, FASCP, University of Pennsylvania

Credits: 2.0 CME

SP88 Hauling Pathology and Pathologist into the 21st Century – Telepathology and Image Analysis

Thursday, October 28 9:30 am – 11:30 am

Review telepathology for patient care, including new systems, software, government regulations, and a real-world two-year experience with a successful telepathology deployment. You will also benefit from a multifaceted view of image analysis, including a brief overview, current commonly used applications, potential research applications, and possible future developments in image analysis. You will leave with the ability to:

Recognize the challenges for so-called low- and high-end telepathology systems.
Appreciate the utility of image analysis for patient care and how these solutions can generate revenue for pathology departments.
Appreciate how images analysis can be applied to daily practice and research.

Moderator:
N. Volkan Adsay, MD, FASCP, Emory University

Faculty:
Alexis B. Carter, MD, FASCP, Emory University
Alton B. "Brad" Farris, III, MD, FASCP, Emory University

Credits: 2.0 CME

SP89 Expanding the Pathologists’ Toolbox in the Era of Personalized Healthcare – Next-Generation Pathology Technology

Thursday, October 28 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Hear about new information regarding several technologies – including virtual slide imaging/image analysis, circulating tumor cells, and quantum dot multiplexing – with the potential to form the basis of future high-value medical diagnostics performed and interpreted by pathologists. The faculty will discuss the need for research-grade discovery technologies to be adapted rapidly into diagnostic products that are not only analytically accurate, but also fit into routine clinical practice. You will leave with the ability to:

Recognize the relevance of the Personalized Healthcare (PHC) model for pathologists.
Understand the basic principles underlying key technologies that may play an important role in the future of pathology.

Moderator:
Jared Schwartz, MD, FASCP, Aperio Technologies, Inc.
Gary Pestano, PhD, Ventana Medical Systems
Mara Aspinall, MBA, On-Q-ity

Credits: 3.0 CME


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