Pancreatobiliary Pathology Society Best Abstract Award of USCAP2020 goes to:
Julia R. Naso, MD/PhD University of British Columbia
Association of Inflammatory Cell Infiltrates with Signatures of Immunogenicity in Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma
See Poster at Tue, March 03 1:00 PM – 4:30 PM
LACC West Exhibit Hall A Poster Board Number: 164
USCAP 2020 Abstract Award
We are pleased to announce that the Pancreatobiliary Pathology Society will be awarding a pathology trainee who is presenting an abstract (poster or platform) on the field of pancreatobiliary pathology at the annual meeting of the USCAP. Each abstract will be evaluated based on originality, scientific merit and presentation and the winner will receive a $250 prize. Please remind/encourage your trainees to apply. Applicants do not need to be society member in order to apply.
The deadline for the Abstract Awards is January 15, 2020.
To submit an application, please email your abstract and the following information to our chair of education committee Dr. Olca Basturk (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date/Time of Presentation:
Poster Number (if applicable):
PBPS Executive Committee
USCAP 2020: PANCREATOBILIARY PATHOLOGY COMPANION SOCIETY PROGRAM
Cystic and Intraductal Neoplasms of the Pancreatobiliary Tract When: February 29, 2020. 7-10PM Location: Los Angeles Convention Center
Moderators: Martha Bishop Pitman Deepti Dhall
Speakers: Jin-Young Jang: Management Algorithms for Pancreatic Cysts and Intraductal Neoplasms: The Surgeon’s Perspective Michelle D. Reid: Cytologic Assessment of Cystic/Intraductal Lesions of the Pancreatobiliary Tract Aatur D. Singhi: Preoperative Molecular Assessment of Pancreatic Cysts and Intraductal Lesions David S. Klimstra: Mucinous Cystic and Intraductal Neoplasms of the Pancreatobiliary Tract Irene Esposito: Non-mucinous Cystic Lesions of the Pancreas
Despite numerous advances in the field, the diagnosis, classification, grading, and management of cystic and intraductal lesions of the pancreatobiliary tract remain controversial. Additionally, recently described entities such as intraductal tubulopapillary neoplasm (ITPN) and intraductal papillary neoplasm of the bile duct (IPNB) remain diagnostically challenging, and their prognostic implications are poorly understood. The mission of the Pancreatobiliary Pathology Society is to educate surgical and cytopathologists on the importance of the advances in this complex area and will hopefully transform the way we practice pancreatobiliary pathology. The Education Committee, in consultation with Society officers, determined the title, contents, and speakers of this companion meeting.
The chosen topics represent a 360-degree expert evaluation of cystic and intraductal pancreatobiliary lesions in the step-wise manner in which they are often encountered, from the surgeon’s perspective, to their cytomorphologic and molecular characteristics, as well as their histomorphology.