Belgian Week Pathology 2017 - Program

Belgian Week of Pathology 2017 - Scientific Program

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THURSDAY OCTOBER 19

 

09:00-12:00: Dermatopathology

Chairpersons: S. De Schepper (Ghent), A. Theunis (Brussels)

                  09:00-09:30 Vascular tumours (D. Creytens, Ghent)

                  09:30-10:00 New and old cutaneous mucinosis (F. Rongioletti, Cagliari)

                  10:00-10:30 Coffee break Workshop SECTRA: Watch and Touch Digital Pathology. Visit of the Augustijnenklooster Library: 20 persons maximum. Please register at the Desk.

                 10:30-11:15 Hair pathology (C. Stefanato, London)

                 11:15-11:45  Cutaneous metastases (N. de Saint Aubain, Brussels)

09:00-12:00: Molecular Pathology

Chairpersons: P. Pauwels (Antwerp), N. D’Haene (Brussels)

                  09:00-09:30 Molecular aspects of the latest WHO classification of lymphomas (A. Dendooven, Antwerp)

                  09:30-10:00 Can molecular biology improve the diagnosis of thyroid nodules? (N. D’Haene, Brussels)

                  10:00-10:30 Coffee break. Visit of the Augustijnenklooster Library: 20 persons maximum. Please register at the Desk.

                 10:30-11:00 Molecular pathology and testing of brain tumours (M. Hasselblatt, Münster)

                 11:00-11:30  Lung cancer : beyond EGFR and ALK (E. Schuuring, Groningen)

                 11:30-12:00  PD-L1 in Lung cancer (E. Thunnissen, Groningen)

12:00-14:00 Lunch

14:00-17:15: Digestive Pathology

Chairpersons: A. Jouret-Mourin (Brussels), C. Cuvelier (Ghent)

                  14:00-14:45 Personalised treatment for patients with gastrointestinal stromal tumours : what clinicians expect from pathologists (A. Demols, Brussels)

                  14:45-15:30 Intrahepatic vascular diseases: revisiting and evolving entities (L. Rubbia-Brandt, Geneva)

                  15:30-16:00 Coffee break Workshop SECTRA: Watch and Touch Digital Pathology. Visit the Augustijnenklooster Library: 20 persons maximum. Please register at the Desk.

                 16:00-16:30  Drug-induced gastrointestinal pathology (K. Sheahan, Dublin)

                 16:30-17:15 Precursor lesions of carcinomas of the gallbladder and bile ducts: increasingly recognised diseases (V. Adsay, Atlanta)

14:00-17:00: Uropathology

Chairpersons: T. Gevaert (Leuven), S. Verbeke (Ghent)

                  14:00-14:45 Biomarkers in prostate cancer (G. Van Leenders, Rotterdam)

                  14:45-15:30 Emerging entities in prostate cancer: intraductal carcinoma and neuro-endocrine differentiation (G. Kristiansen, Bonn)

                  15:30-16:00 Coffee break Visit the Augustijnenklooster Library: 20 persons maximum. Please register at the Desk.

                 16:00-16:30 Belgian checklists for prostate cancer (biopsy and RALP)  (T. Gevaert, Leuven)

                 16:30-17:00 Is there a role for the pathologists in guiding the treatment of metastatic prostate cancer? (B. Tombal, Brussels)

17:15-18:15: Welcome Drink

FRIDAY OCTOBER 20

09:00-12:15: Tumours of head and neck: what’s new in the 2017 WHO classification?

Chairpersons: M. Lammens (Antwerp), E. Hauben (Leuven)

                  09:00-09:30 HPV-related tumours in the 2017 WHO classification and differential diagnosis (E. Hauben, Leuven)

                  09:30-10:00 Sinonasal tumours (M. Lammens, Antwerp)

                  10:00-10:45 Coffee break Visit the Augustijnenklooster Library: 20 persons maximum. Please register at the Desk.

                 10:45-11:30 Odontogenic and maxillofacial bone tumours (U. Flucke, Nijmegen)

                 11:30-12:15 Tumours of the salivary gland (P. Slootweg, Nijmegen)

 

09:00-12:00: Gynaecopathology

Chairpersons: J.-C. Noël (Brussels), C. Bourgain (Bonheiden)

                  09:00-10:00 Uterine smooth muscle, endometrial stromal tumours and UTROSCT: state of the art and perspectives (S. Croce, Bordeaux)

                  10:00-10:45 Coffee break  Workshop SECTRA: Watch and Touch Digital Pathology. Visit the Augustijnenklooster Library: 20 persons maximum. Please register at the Desk.

                 10:45 -12:15 Slide seminar (J.C. Noël, Brussels; C. Bourgain, Bonheiden; G. Jacomen, Duffel; M. Hérin, Gosselies; K. Van de Vijver, Amsterdam)              

12:15-13:15 Keynote lecture

Chairperson: B. Weynand (Leuven)

                 From Bethesda to Paris at LAST: the value of standardised terminology (R. Nayar, Chicago)

14:15-17:15: Breast Pathology

Chairpersons: G. Van den Eynden (Antwerp), K. Lambein (Ghent)

                  14:15-15:00 Histological subtypes of TNBC (K. Lambein, Ghent)

                  15:00-15:30 Salivary gland type tumours of the breast (G. Floris, Leuven)

                 15:30-16:00 Coffee break Workshop SECTRA: Watch and Touch Digital Pathology. Visit the Augustijnenklooster Library: 20 persons maximum. Please register at the Desk.

                 16:00-16:45  Tumour-infiltrating lymphocytes and PDL-1 in breast cancer (F. Schmitt, Porto)

                 16:45-17:15  BRCA and BRCA-like genomic patterns in breast cancer: benefit of high-dose platinum-based chemotherapy (K. Van de Vijver, Amsterdam)

16:00-17:30: Free papers

Chairpersons: P. Demetter (Brussels), A. Jouret-Mourin (Brussels)

                  16:00 P 01 Immunohistochemecial study of the ATRX/DAXX/H3.3-based alt pathway in pleural mesothelioma. (M. Vanhooren, P.Lefesvre, R. Forsyth, K. Dhaene / UZ Brussel)

                  16:15 P 02 Histopathological features of metastatic breast carcinomas carrying somatic mutations in ERBB2. (L. Jongen (1), H. Wildiers (2), D. Lambrechts (3), A. Laenen (4), P. Neven (2), G. Mann (6), R. Cutler Jr. (5), A. Lalani (6), G. Floris (6) /

                                     [1] KU Leuven, [2] KU Leuven - Oncology, [3] KU Leuven - Human Genetics, [4]  Interuniversity Centre for Biostatistics and Statistical Bioinformatics, Leuven; [5] Puma Biotechnology, Los Angeles, USA, [6] KU Leuven - Imaging and Pathology)

                   16:30 P 03 High PD-L1 expression in inflammatory breast cancer is associated with b-cell infiltration. (M. Parizel (1), C. Van Berckelaer (2), P. Van Dam (1), M. Kockx (3), S. Van Laere (2), M. Baldewijns (1), C. Colpaert (4) /

                                      [1] UZ Antwerpen, [2] TCRU CORE U Antwerpen, [3] Histogenex, [4] GZA Ziekenhuizen Campus Sint-Augustinus, Wilrijk)

                   16:45 P 04 Case Report: Case Report of an unusual nodule on the skin of the nose. (G. Broeckx (1), V. Siozopoulou (1), P. Pauwels (2) / [1] UZ Antwerpen, [2] Working group EQA, Commission of anatomic pathology, Brussels)

                    17:00 P 05 Contribution of proliferation and invasion criteria to the prediction of recurrence of non-functioning pituitary adenomas: retrospective analysis of 120 cases. (J. Lelotte(1), C. Raftopoulos(1), A. Jouret-Mourin(1),A. Michotte(2), D. Maiter(1)/ [1] UCL Saint-Luc, Bruxelles, [2] UZ Brussel)

                    17:15 P 06 Case Report: A young woman with a small cell carcinoma of the ovary, hypercalcemic type, large cell variant. (H. Leus (1), K. Deraedt (2), S. Sahebali (1), P. De Sutter (1), R. Forsyth (1) / [1] UZ Brussel, Brussel; [2] UZ Leuven)

17:30-17:45 BWP 2017 Awards

                    Boël Prize: Best Oral Presentation

                    Belgain Society of Pathology Prize: Best Poster

17:45-19:00: Cheese & Wine

SATURDAY OCTOBER 21

9:00-12:00: Cytology

Chairpersons: B. Weynand (Leuven), C. Bourgain (Bonheiden)

          09:00-10:00 The Bethesda system for reporting cervical cytology: patterns and pitfalls in squamous and glandular lesions (R. Nayar, Chicago)

          10:00-10:30 CINtec PLUS (C. Bergeron, Cergy Pontoise)                                   

          10:30-11:00 Coffee break Visit of the Augustijnenklooster Library: 20 persons maximum. Please register at the Desk.

          11:00-11:30 Next generation sequencing on cytological samples (G. Troncone, Napoli)

          11:30-12:15 Application of immunohist0chemistry in cytology specimens (F. Schmitt, Porto)

 

9:00-12:30: Ethics and economy: costs and benefits in pathology

Chairpersons: J.P. Bogers (Antwerp), P. Demetter (Brussels)

          09:00-09:30 Next generation sequencing for personalised cancer treatment: worthwhile at the population level? (M. Van den Bulcke, Brussels)

          09:30-10:00 Sentinel node biopsy in patients with cutaneous melanoma: cost-efficient? (P. Serra-Arbeloa, Pamplona)

          10:00-10:30 Democratising data-driven medicine (J. Camblong, Lausanne)

          10:30-11:15 Coffee break Visit of the Augustijnenklooster Library: 20 persons maximum. Please register at the Desk.

          11:15-12:00 HPV screening algorithms for the prevention of cervical cancer: weighing benefit, cost and burden (H. Berkhof, Amsterdam)

          12:00-12:45 Results of EKE COS-Y, program for quality evaluation of computer-assisted cervical screening in Flanders (B. Lelie, Knokke)

12:45-13:00: Closing BWP 2017 P. Demetter - BWP 2017 President

13:00-13:45: General Assembly Belgian Society of Pathology

13:00-14:00 Lunch

                

 

 

 

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