Intensive Course in Digestive Pathology

Organized by the Hellenic Division International Academy of Pathology

Where

Valis Hotel and Conference Center
Agria – Volos, Greece

When

Sunday 12 May 2019 until
Tuesday 14 May 2019

Registration fees

  • 50 Euros for members of the Hellenic IAP Division and Residents (Members must have paid their dues for the year 2019)
  • 80 Euros for non-Members of the Hellenic IAP Division
  • 50 Euros for participants from Balkan Peninsula Countries (former Yugoslavia, Romania, Bulgaria and Albania)
  • 80 Euros for participants from other countries.
  • 100 Euros on-site registration for all
    (Registration fee includes all lectures, handouts & tea – coffee breaks)
  • Excursion to Mount Pelion with the little train. Monday, May 13, 2019 at 8:30 a.m. (Ticket price 20 Euros)

Invitation by the President of the International Academy of Pathology

It is my pleasure to invite you to the “Intensive Course in Digestive Pathology”, hosted by the Hellenic Division, IAP in Agria, Greece. I have to express my sincere thanks to the speakers, who accepted the invitation. All of them are internationally recognized pathologists, panelists of the WHO or/and contributors to Blue Book classifications. Therefore, their contribution guarantees a successful event. I also have to thank Dr. Pavlakis, President and the members of the Executive Committee of the Hellenic Division, IAP with whom we worked together to organize this conference and prepare the scientific program. Agria is a village by the seashore of mount Pelion. According to the Hellenic Mythology, the Centaur Chiron, teacher in Medicine of Asclepius, used to live in the forests of this mount. Mount Pelion with 24 colorful villages of traditional architecture, the natural beauties of the forest and the surrounding attractive beaches promise an unforgettable experience. Therefore, on behalf of the IAP, I would like to invite you to attend this outstanding and high educational scientific event.

George Kontogeorgos MD, PhD President, IAP

Invited Speakers

Click on the names of speakers to see their curriculum vitae

zamboni

Giuseppe Zamboni

Verona, Italy

  • Ductal carcinoma and solid non adenocarcinoma
  • Cystic/intraductal tumors (IPMN, IOPN, ITPN, MCN)
  • Frozen section for pancreatic masses/pancreatic cytology
  • Slide seminar: Interesting case presentation
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Romil Saxena

Indiana, Indianapolis, USA

  • Liver and Intraepatic bile duct tumors
  • Ductular reactions: clues for diagnosing hepatobiliary diseases
  • Secondary tumors, differential diagnostic approach
  • Interesting case presentations
komminoth

Paul Komminoth

Zürich, Switzerland

  • Gastric NENs – WHO classification and TNM updates
  • Intestinal NENs – WHO classification and TNM updates
  • Pancreatic NENs – WHO classification and TNM updates
  • Slide seminar: Interesting case presentations
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Prodromos Hytiroglou

Thessaloniki, Hellas

  • Chronic hepatitis: grading and staging
  • Precancerous hepatocellular lesions
  • Diagnostic algorithm for hepatocellular tumors
  • Slide seminar: Selected cases with vascular hepatic pathology
bosman

Fred Bosman

Rotterdam, Netherlands

  • Pathology of colorectal cancer
  • Ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease, an update
  • Slide seminar: Interesting cases, polyps of the colorectum
  • WHO classifications-innovations and perspectives
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Volkan Adsay

Istanbul, Turkey

  • Gallbladder pathology (dysplasia carcinoma etc)
  • Ampullary and bile duct tumors/ bile duct brushings
  • Appendiceal tumors
  • Slide seminar: Interesting case presentations
shepherd

Neil Shepherd

Gloucestershire, UK

  • How to report duodenal biopsies
  • The pathology of polyposis syndromes and lynch syndrome
  • Spindle cell tumor of the gut: diagnosis and treatment
  • Slide seminar: Interesting case presentations
schirmacher

Peter Schirmacher

Heidelberg, Germany

  • Molecular mechanisms of hepatobiliary tumors
  • Molecular pathology cases focused on hepatobiliary tumors
  • The role of researcher and how to write a paper
flejou

Jean-François Flejou

Paris, France

  • Barrette esophagus and esophageal earcinoma
  • Gastric carcinomas – WHO classification and TNM updates
  • MALT Lymphoma
  • Gastric tumors, slide seminar: Interesting case presentations

Do not miss this outstanding scientific event

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Intensive course in digestive pathology

Date

Sunday 12 May 2019 until
Tuesday 14 May 2019

Venue

Valis Hotel and Conference Center
Agria – Volos, Greece

Early bird accommodation offer (expiring date: April 20, 2019 ):

Full board accommodation from May 12 to 15, 2019 (3 nights and 4 days)
At VALIS Hotel: Single room 255 Euros, double room 335 Euros.

Note: Due to a limit number of rooms, the offer will be based on the “first come-first served” basis.

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Greek Participants

Registration & Renewal Fee

For the members of the Hellenic Division IAP: Click the following button to log in your account or sign up and pay 20 Euros annual dues of membership for the year 2019.

For pathologists who would like to become members of the Hellenic Division IAP: Click the following button to log in your account or sign up and pay 20 Euros annual fees of membership for the year 2019.

Registration Fees for the Course

For members of the Hellenic Division IAP and Residents in Pathology to attend the Intensive Course in Digestive Pathology: Click the following button to log in your account or sign up and pay 50 Euros.

For participants without becoming a member of the Hellenic Division IAP: Click the following button to log in your account or sign up and pay 80 Euros to attend the Intensive Course in Digestive Pathology.

Participants from Abroad

Registration Fees for the Course

For participants from Balkan Peninsula Countries (former Yugoslavia, Romania, Bulgaria and Albania): Click the following button to log in your account or sign up and pay 50 Euros to attend the Intensive Course in Digestive Pathology.

For participants from other Countries: Click the following button to log in your account or sign up and pay 80 Euros to attend the Intensive Course in Digestive Pathology.

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