The American Academy of Oral Medicine® Presents            Systemic Disease and Implications for Dentistry                ...
Systemic Disease and Implications for DentistryPROGRAM AGENDA                                                       Thursd...
The American Academy of Oral Medicine ®                                                2013 Annual Meeting                ...
AAOM® Programming Committee                                             The American Academy of Oral Medicine®National Mee...
“Tours with Pizzazz”                                                             AAOM Auxiliary Event                     ...
The American Academy of Oral Medicine ® 2013 Annual Meeting                                                            Reg...
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2013 American Academy of Oral Medicine Annual Meeting

  1. 1. The American Academy of Oral Medicine® Presents Systemic Disease and Implications for Dentistry 2013 Annual Meeting April 23-27 Register online today at www.aaom.com! Oral Medicine: We Bring Medicine to Dentistry Hyatt Regency San Antonio San Antonio, TexasPhoto Courtesy Tracey Maurer
  2. 2. Systemic Disease and Implications for DentistryPROGRAM AGENDA Thursday, April 25, 2013 7:00am ��������������������� AAOM® Past Presidents BreakfastTuesday, April 23, 2013 7:00am ��������������������� Continental Breakfast7:30am ��������������������� Registration 7:30am ��������������������� Registration8:00am ��������������������� Finance Committee Meeting 7:55am ��������������������� Welcome and Announcements8:00am ��������������������� ABOM Examination: Part A – Written Dr. Mark Kutcher, AAOM® President9:00am ��������������������� Executive Committee Meeting1:00pm ��������������������� Committee Meetings (until 4:00pm) Systemic Disease and Implications for Dentistry1:00pm ��������������������� ABOM Directors Meeting 8:00am...................... Liver Disease – Medical Perspective Dr. Vincent Speeg, University of Texas Health Sciences Wednesday, April 24, 2013 Center San Antonio7:30am ��������������������� Registration 8:45am ��������������������� Liver Disease – Oral Manifestations and Impact on 8:00am ��������������������� Board of Trustees Meeting Dental Management8:00am ��������������������� ABOM Examination RCS Ed: Dr. Joel Napeñas, Carolinas Medical Center Part B Oral Examination 9:30am �������������������� Exhibits & Poster Viewing Break8:00am ��������������������� AAOM® Academic Fellowship Examination 9:45am �������������������� Sjögren’s Syndrome Update8:00am ��������������������� Oral Medicine Program Directors Board Dr. Troy Daniels, University of California San Francisco Review Course* 10:00am ������������������ Auxiliary Event* (until 2:00pm)9:30am ��������������������� Auxiliary Hospitality, Regency Suite 10:30am-2pm �������� Lupus – Oral Manifestations and Impact on Dental1:45pm ��������������������� Welcome and Announcements, Management* Dr. Mark Kutcher, AAOM® President Dr. Catherine Kowalewski, VA Department of2:00pm ��������������������� Oral Abstracts Session 1 Dermatology, San Antonio3:30pm ��������������������� ABOM Directors Meeting 11:15am ������������������ Lester Burket Award Lecture Introduction3:30pm ��������������������� Exhibits & Poster Viewing / Break 11:20am ������������������ Lester Burket Award Lecture4:00pm ��������������������� Oral Abstract Session 2 12:00pm ������������������ Jonathan A. Ship Diplomates Lecture5:30pm ��������������������� Exhibits & Poster Viewing Dr. Sook-Bin Woo, Harvard School of Dental Medicine6:00pm ��������������������� Welcome Reception (Everyone Welcome) 1:00pm ��������������������� ABOM Diplomates Luncheon* 2:00pm ��������������������� Oral Medicine Residents Meeting*Separate registration fee required 2:00pm ��������������������� Oral Complications of Cancer Therapy Dr. Mike Brennan, Carolinas Medical Center Dr. Rajesh Lalla, University of Connecticut Health Center 4:00pm ��������������������� Diagnosis and Management of Facial Pain Dr. Joel Napeñas, Carolinas Medical Center Dr. Andres Pinto, University of PennsylvaniaRegister Now at www.aaom.com! 6:00pm ��������������������� New Member Reception 6:30pm ��������������������� Mrs. Kay Schattner Cocktail ReceptionPhotos Courtesy of the San Antonio Convention & Visitors Bureau 2
  3. 3. The American Academy of Oral Medicine ® 2013 Annual Meeting April 23-27 Register online today at www.aaom.com!PROGRAM AGENDA (continued) Organization of Teachers of Oral Diagnosis Lecture 8:00am...................... Complex Neuropathic Pain Conditions –Friday, April 26, 2013 Pharmacologic Management7:00am ��������������������� Registration Dr. David Sirois, New York University7:00am ��������������������� Continental Breakfast 8:45am ��������������������� Samuel Charles Miller Award7:30am ��������������������� First AAOM® General Assembly Meeting Update on HIV Disease7:55am ��������������������� Welcome and Announcements, Dr. Lauren Patton, University of North Carolina Dr. Mark Kutcher, AAOM® President 9:45am ��������������������� BreakDr. Robert and Kay Schattner Scientific Session Point – Counter Point: “The Rule of 2’s” – Dental Management for8:00am......................Announcement of the Academic Fellowship Patients on Chronic Steroid Use - Moderator: Dr. Michael Glick Examination Dr. Michael Hatton, SUNY Buffalo 10:00am.................... Pathophysiology of Chronic Steroid Use8:05am �������������������� Update on World Workshop Dr. Sara Ahmadi, University of Texas Health Sciences Dr. Peter Lockhart, Carolinas Medical Center Center San Antonio, Department of Endocrinology8:20am ��������������������� Role of HPV in Head and Neck Cancer 10:30am ������������������� Evidence to Support the Use of Replacement Steroid Dr. Gypysamber D’Souza, Johns Hopkins University Therapy9:00am ��������������������� Auxiliary Meeting Dr. Mark Schifter, University of Sydney, Faculty of Dentistry9:10am ��������������������� Update on the Treatment of Oropharyngeal Carcinoma 11:00am ������������������� Panel Discussion Dr. Athanassios Argiris, University of Texas Health Dr. Sara Ahmadi, University of Texas Health Sciences Sciences Center San Antonio Center San Antonio, Department of Endocrinology10:00am ������������������� Exhibits & Poster Viewing Break Dr. Mark Schifter, University of Sydney, Faculty of Dentistry10:15am ������������������� Update on Cell Based Assessment of Oral Cancer Dr. Craig Miller, University of Kentucky Dr. John McDevitt, Rice University 11:15am ������������������� Osteonecrosis from New Bone-Modifying Agents11:00am ������������������� Update on Stem Cell Transplantation Dr. Cesar Migliorati, University of Tennessee Dr. Cesar Freytes, University of Texas Health Sciences 12:00pm ������������������� Case Report Award Presentation #1 Center San Antonio 12:15pm ������������������� Case Report Award Presentation #211:45am ������������������� Oral Implications of Stem Cell Transplantation 12:30pm ������������������� Case Report Award Presentation #3 Dr. Mark Schubert, University of Washington 1:00pm ��������������������� Second Board of Trustees Meeting1:00pm ��������������������� OOOO Editors Luncheon 1:30pm ��������������������� World Workshop Meeting7:00pm ��������������������� President’s Reception 2:00pm ��������������������� Forensic Dentistry7:30pm ��������������������� Awards Dinner & Officer Installation Dr. Tom David 4:00pm ��������������������� Management of Patients with Dry MouthSaturday, April 27, 2013 Dr. Vidya Sankar, University of Texas Health Sciences7:00am ��������������������� Registration Center San Antonio7:00am ��������������������� Continental Breakfast 6:30pm ��������������������� Cocktail Reception7:30am ��������������������� Second AAOM® General Assembly Meeting7:55am ��������������������� Welcome and Announcements Dr. Michaell Huber, AAOM® President 3
  4. 4. AAOM® Programming Committee The American Academy of Oral Medicine®National Meeting Chair Dr. Jack Appelbaum President Dr. Mark KutcherNational Meeting Co-Chair Dr. Craig Hatch President-Elect Dr. Michaell HuberScientific Program Co-Chair Dr. Andres Pinto Vice-President Dr. Carol StewartScientific Program Co-Chair Dr. Michael Brennan Treasurer Dr. Wendy Hupp Assistant Treasurer Dr. Miriam Robbins Secretary Dr. A. Ross Kerr2013 Award Recipients Assistant Secretary Dr. Eric StooplerDr. Martin Greenberg Abraham Reiner Diamond Pin Award Recording Secretary Dr. Peter LockhartDr. Lauren Patton Samuel Charles Miller Award Editor-Journal Dr. Craig MillerDr. Tom Sollecito Herschfus Memorial Award Editor- Newsletter Dr. Jim CadeDr. Michael Brennan Certificate of Merit Executive Coordinator Emeritus Dr. Abraham ReinerDr. Scott DeRossi Certificate of Merit Immediate-Past President Martin S. GreenbergDr. Dena Fisher Certificate of Merit Auxiliary President Mrs. Donna DavidDr. Andres Pinto Certificate of Merit Executive Director Mr. Nick SenzeeDr. A. Ross Kerr Certificate of MeritDr. John Robinson Certificate of MeritDr. Carol Stewart Certificate of MeritContinuing Education CreditsC.E. Credits: 23 Continuing Education CreditsCredo of The American Academy of Oral Medicine® Incorporated under the laws of New York StateThe specialized area of dentistry concerned with the oral health of (Founded 1945)medically complex patients and with the diagnosis and non-surgicalmanagement of medically-related disorders or conditions affecting the Questions? Contact Sydney Isaac at:oral and maxillofacial region. 23607 Highway 99, Suite 2-C, Edmonds, WA 98026 Telephone: 425.778.6162 | Fax: 425.771.9588 Website: www.aaom.com | Email: info@aaom.comThe American Academy of Oral Medicine® is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does notapprove or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry.The American Academy of Oral Medicine® designates this activity for 23 continuing education credits.Photo Courtesy of the San Antonio Convention & Visitors Bureau Photo Courtesy Marks Moore 4
  5. 5. “Tours with Pizzazz” AAOM Auxiliary Event April 25th, 2013King William Neighborhood 1Ernst Altgelt, the first to build on current-day King William Street, is credited with naming his street after King Wilhelm I of Prussia.Prominent German merchants originally settled the area building mansions that feature Greek Revival, Victorian, and Italianatearchitectural styles. It is a 25-block area near downtown on the south bank of the San Antonio River. It was zoned as the state’s first historicdistrict, and has once again become a fashionable neighborhood.Guenther House 2In 1851 C.H. Guenther & Son, Inc. began his family-owned and operated business committed to providing the community with the highestquality flour. In 1859, C.H. Guenther sold his original mill in Fredericksburg and opened an even greater mill in the burgeoning town of SanAntonio. He built an elegant home that is today a Museum and houses an award winning restaurant. C.H. Guenther Pioneer Mill continuesto remain a family, taking pride in the manufacturing of their consumer products from trusted brands like Pioneer Brand, White Wings,Peter Pan and Morrison. Today, the company produces everything from biscuit mixes to gravy to frozen dough to fully baked products.El Mercado 3The rich culture of San Antonio abounds throughout the plazas of Market Square with family-owned cafes, working artists and the largestMexican market north of the Rio Grande, also known as El Mercado. From early morning until late at night, Market Square is alive withactivity. Visitors browse through 32 shops at “El Mercado,” and 80 specialty shops in the Farmers Market Plaza. Market Square is also thescene of many Hispanic festivals where food and beverage booths spring up alongside Guadalajara lamps while the sounds of mariachimusic blends with the excitement of Mexican dances.Date & Time: Thursday, April 25th, 10am to 2pmPrice: Per Person: $65All inclusive of transportation, tour, and lunch.Transportation and tour sights are handicap accessible.Dress casually and comfortably. Tour group is limited. Sign up early.Photos 1 & 2 courtesy of the San Antonio Convention & Visitors Bureau. Photo 3 courtesy of Timothy O’Keefe1 2 3 5
  6. 6. The American Academy of Oral Medicine ® 2013 Annual Meeting Registration Form Systemic Disease and Implications for Dentistry April 23 – 27, 2013Registrant Information:Name:________________________________________________ Badge Name:___________________________________________Institution or Company Name:__________________________________________________________________________________Address:______________________________________________ City:_________________________State: ______Zip:___________Country:______________________________________________ Office Phone:___________________________________________Fax: __________________________________________________ Email:_________________________________________________Additional Registrants – Please list the names of any accompanying guests.Auxiliary Member Name:_________________________________ Guest Name:___________________________________________Registration: Standard Registration January 16, 2013 – March 26, 2013Late Registration March 27 – April 22, 2013There is only one registration fee for this meeting. If you are an AAOM® member attending with an Auxiliary Member or Guest, it is suggestedthat you send the additional $40 for auxiliary dues to receive the reduced registration fee of $300 and membership privileges for active auxiliarymembers. No refunds will be granted for functions not attended. Registrants must purchase a full registration. Auxiliary Members and Guestsmay attend meeting/social functions only if they purchase a full Auxiliary or Guest registration. Cocktail attire (coat/jacket for men and dress/suit for women) is suggested for the President’s Reception and Awards Banquet. • Please type or print information and complete all application sections of this form. Incomplete or illegible forms will be returned. • The exact amount for the Annual Meeting registration fee must be returned with your registration form. Please make checks payable to the American Academy of Oral Medicine® in U.S. funds payable through a U.S. Bank or International Money Order • Registration forms must be postmarked no later than Monday, March 26, 2013, for advance registration to avoid the late registration surcharge of $100. • An electronic confirmation will be sent only upon request. • Cancellations received by Monday, March 26, 2013 will be eligible for a full refund. Registration fee includes all scientific sessions and breaks. The American Academy of Oral Medicine® subsidizes most or all of the social functions indicated in the program. There are no partial registration fees for this meeting. Hotel Reservations at the Hyatt Regency San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas It is highly recommended that you make your guest room accommodations at the Hyatt Regency San Antonio as soon as possible. This meeting takes placed during Fiesta Week, and rooms may be much more difficult to come by if you elect to wait. The Academy historically sells out the negotiated room block before the cut-off date for the hotel. In order to book the special negotiated rate of $175.00 plus 16.75% (or current tax rate) per night, single or double occupancy, please call the Hyatt Regency San Antonio at 1.888.421.1442 or 1.402.592.6464 for international callers. Be sure to identify yourself as being with The American Academy of Oral Medicine®. The Hyatt Regency San Antonio | For Reservations Call: 1.888.421.1442 123 Losoya Street, San Antonio, Texas Local phone: 210.222.1234 | Fax: 210.227.4925 http://sanantonioregency.hyatt.com You must identify yourself as being with The American Academy of Oral Medicine® to receive the special, discounted rate. Reservations must be made prior to the March 31, 2013 cut-off date. The special rate will be available until all of the rooms in the block are consumed or March 31, 2013, whichever comes first. Hertz Rental Car: Call 1.800.654.2240 Or visit www.hertz.com Promotional Code (CV)#: 03WA0006 How did you hear about this meeting? ___website ___ mailing ___ member ___ other __________
  7. 7. The American Academy of Oral Medicine ® 2013 Annual Meeting Registration Form (Continued) (Please complete both pages 5 and 6 of registration form) AAOM Standard Late Board ABOM Attending Column Totals REGISTRATION Registration until 3/26/13 Registration after 3/26/13 Review Course? 4/24/13 Diplomate? Diplomate Lunch? 4/25/13Member $650.00 x____ $700.00 x____ ($50) x ____ Yes ($25) x ____ $ _______ NoAuxiliary $325.00 x____ $350.00 x____ ($50) x ____ $ _______Resident/Graduate $450.00 x____ $500.00 x____ ($50) x ____ $ _______Guest of Member $425.00 x____ $450.00 x____ ($50) x ____ $ _______Non-Member Doctor $750.00 x____ $800.00 x____ ($50) x ____ $ _______Non-Member Guest $425.00 x____ $450.00 x____ ($50) x ____ $ _______Student $325.00 x____ $350.00 x____ ($50) x ____ $ _______ Grand Total $ _______ Are You An First New AM Scientific Session AM Scientific Session AM Scientific Session Academic Meeting? Member? 4/25/13 8am 4/26/13 8am 4/27/13 8am Fellow? Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No Banquet Banquet Banquet Banquet Banquet Banquet Attending President’s Attending President’s Please select Entrée Entrée Entrée Please select Entrée Entrée Entrée Banquet 4/26/13 Banquet 4/26/13 one of Chicken Fish Vegetarian one of Chicken Fish VegetarianPrimary Registrant the the Auxiliary/Guest following: Yes Yes Yes following: Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes NoMethod of Payment:o Check Enclosed o American Express o VISA o MasterCardCard Number: ____________________________________________________________ Exp Date _____/_____ 3-4 digit Security#______ (From back of Card)Name (as it Appears on the Card) ________________________________________________________________________________________Signature: ______________________________________________________________________________ Date ______/_______/_______All payments must be payable in U.S. funds through a U.S. bank or international money order. For questions, please contact: AAOM® Phone: 425.778.6162 | Fax 425.771.9588 | info@aaom.com Please complete this form and return to: 23607 Highway 99, Suite 2-C, Edmonds, WA 98026

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