The 20th International Surgical Pathology Symposium addresses the unique challenges and problems encountered in today’s surgical pathology practice. The course simulates the daily activities of the practicing surgical pathologist. The conference offers the opportunity to review case histories, view slides by virtual microscopy and formulate a diagnosis. The unique subtleties and differentiating characteristics of each diagnosis are then highlighted. Faculty and participants also discuss the patient management strategy used in each case. The symposium format features three or four specialty areas each day. Throughout the four-day conference, 38 cases are presented and discussed. Faculty from Mayo Clinic’s Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology present cases in following specialty areas: breast, endocrine, genito-urinary, gynecologic, head and neck, pulmonary, and soft tissue pathology.
2014 Angiogenesis and Tumor Microenvironment. This has been a very well-received, bi-annual event since 2006 targeting basic research scientists and clinical physicians with backgrounds in cardiovascular biology and developmental biology, myeloma, cancer, angiogenesis and related clinical trials, lymph angiogenesis, extracellular matrix, and anti-angiogenic therapy in differential tumors.
This is the second year we will be hosting this conference. Our initial conference this year was a success, so we are going to host it again in 2014. It's a one-day conference on laboratory test utilizaiton management and is aimed towards pathologists, lab directors, medical directors and hospital/lab administrators.
Surgical pathologists need practice and simulation in diagnosing the many difficult patient cases encountered in everyday practice. This program is designed to simulate the daily activities of the pathologist, including case history reviews of common (but difficult to diagnose) patient problems, examination of specimens and formulation of diagnoses.
A practical approach for pathology and clinical laboratory test utilization. Learn how a clinician, laboratorian and pathologist can work together to build an effective test utilization strategy. Join us as we discuss how the laboratory can play an essential role in directing cost-effective and appropriate testing, especially during this time of decreasing reimbursement and demand for health care practice standardization.
This program’s overall objective is to educate hematologists, oncologists and hematopathologists about cost-effective, diagnostically efficient test ordering strategies for evaluation of: erythrocytosis, complex hemoglobinopathies, disorders of hemostasis, myelodysplastic syndrome, chronic myeloproliferative neoplasms, acute myeloid leukemia, chronic lymphocytic leukemia, and
malignant lymphoma staging bone marrow.
Using test ordering algorithms based on data derived from the Mayo Clinic Hematology practice and literature, this symposium will illustrate how costly unnecessary biochemical, phenotypic and genetic testing can be eliminated from practices while maintaining highest quality medical care.
This three-day multidisciplinary conference explores current state-of-the art techniques and program development to implement a blood management program in hospitals. This is a one-of-a-kind summit organized by leaders in blood management from Mayo Clinic, Hartford Hospital, Loyola University, and Cleveland Clinic, with faculty participation from all four organizations.