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    • Hypertrophic & Restrictive Cardiomyopathy: Genetics, Imaging and Emerging Treatments in Adult and Pediatric PatientsWednesday, March 13, 2013 New York City
    • Introduction This program will focus on the diagnosis of hypertrophic and restrictive cardiomy- opathies (e.g. HCM, sarcoidosis, infiltrative diseases including iron overload and amyloidosis, mitochondrial disorders) based on imaging and modern genetics and the management of these conditions including novel therapeutics, catheter and sur- gical based interventions including cardiac replacement therapy. Lectures will be given by internationally recognized experts who will address the current clinical practice, use of standard and emerging treatments, and evolution of the field. Target Audience This activity is designed for both adult and pediatric cardiologists, interventional cardiologists, pediatricians, internists, cardiac nurses, physician assistants, physical therapists, and other medical professionals involved in the evaluation, diagnosis and/or management of patients with hypertrophic and restrictive cardiomyopathy. Learning Objectives •  emonstrate an understanding of how to identify the phenotype of HCM and D phenocopies that mimic HCM •  elineate methods to risk stratify patients with HCM for SCD and role of AICD D for primary prevention •  iscuss and understand the surgical and interventional approaches to hypertrophic D obstructive cardiomyopathy (HOCM) • dentify benefits of cardiac transplantation in HCM and RCM and recognize the I limitations of LVAD therapy in this population •  elineate the mechanisms of specific disease modifying therapies for specific D restrictive cardiomyopathies and their appropriate use •  utline emerging risk factors for SCD in HCM O •  escribe the clinical utility and interpretation of genetic testing for patients with D HCM and RCM Accreditation The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Columbia University is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. AMA Credit Designation Statement The College of Physicians and Surgeons designates this live activity for a maximum of 6.75 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. Nurses and physician assistants are encouraged to check with their accrediting organization to ensure they accept AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Support We expect support for this program through grants from pharmaceutical and medical device companies.1
    • Program Agenda7:00am – 8:00am Registration and Continental Breakfast8:00am – 8:10am  Welcome and Introduction – Mathew S. Maurer, MD & Hiroo Takayama, MD, PhD8:10am – 8:30am  emodynamic and Invasive Evaluation of HCM – Martin B. Leon, MD H8:30am – 8:50am  edical Therapy: What Really Works for HCM – Melana Yuzefpolskaya, MD M8:50am – 9:10am  Echocardiography for HCM/RCM – Linda D. Gillam, MD, MPH9:10am – 9:30am  Cardiac MRI for Distinguishing Etiologies and Following Patients – Jonathan W. Weinsaft, MD9:30am – 10:20am Case Presentations Moderator: Mathew S. Maurer, MD Case Presenters: Farhana Latif, MD, Takashi Nishimura, MD & Melana Yuzefpolskaya, MD Panelists: Emile A. Bacha, MD, Perry M. Elliott, MD, FRCP, FESC, FACC, John Lynn Jefferies, MD, MPH, FACC, FAAP, Susheel K. Kodali, MD, Martin B. Leon, MD & Hiroo Takayama, MD, PhD10:20am – 10:30am Q&A Session10:30am – 10:50am Break and Vendor Exhibits10:50am – 11:10am  Markers for SCD: Do They Really Help in Selecting Patients Risk for Primary Prevention with AICDs? – Jonathan T. Lu, MD, PhD11:10am – 11:30am  Role of Genetic Testing in HCM/RCM The – John Lynn Jefferies, MD, MPH, FACC, FAAP11:30am – 11:50am  ardiac Replacement Therapy for HCM/RCM – Donna M. Mancini, MD C11:50am – 12:10pm  Pediatric HCM: How it’s Different and How it’s Not – Linda J. Addonizio, MD12:10pm – 12:30pm  Evaluation of Appropriate Recreational Activities for Children with HCM – Warren A. Zuckerman, MD12:30pm – 12:50pm Q&A Session12:50pm – 1:50pm Lunch and Vendor Exhibits1:50pm – 2:10pm M  edical Treatment of Infiltrative/Restrictive Cardiomyopathies – Perry M. Elliott, MD, FRCP, FESC, FACC2:10pm – 2:30pm N  uclear Cardiology’s Role in the Evaluation of Patients with HCM/RCM – Sabahat Bokhari, MD2:30pm – 2:50pm  Treatment of Cardiac Iron Overload: Emerging Therapies – Sujit Sheth, MD2:50pm – 3:10pm  Cardiac Amyloidosis: A Treatable Condition? – Mathew S. Maurer, MD3:10pm – 3:30pm  itochondrial Disorders in the Heart – Perry M. Elliott, MD, FRCP, FESC, FACC M3:30pm – 3:50pm H  CMA: Where Did it Start and What are They Doing? – Lisa Salberg, CEO and Founder, HCMA3:50pm – 4:10pm Q&A Session and Closing Remarks 2
    • Faculty Listing Program Directors Sabahat Bokhari, MD Mathew S. Maurer, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine Department of Medicine, Division of Columbia University College of Cardiology Physicians and Surgeons Columbia University College of Co-Director, The HCM Program Physicians and Surgeons NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/ Director of Nuclear Cardiology Columbia University Medical Center NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/ Columbia University Medical Center Hiroo Takayama, MD, PhD Assistant Professor of Surgery Perry M. Elliott, MD, FRCP, FESC, FACC Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery Professor of Cardiovascular Medicine Columbia University College of Institute of Cardiovascular Science Physicians and Surgeons University College London Director, Acute Circulatory Support Linda D. Gillam, MD, MPH Program Dorothy and Lloyd Huck Chair Co-Director, The HCM Program Department of Cardiovascular Medicine NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/ Atlantic Health System Columbia University Medical Center (Morristown Medical Center) Melana Yuzefpolskaya, MD John Lynn Jefferies, MD, MPH, FACC, FAAP Instructor of Clinical Medicine Associate Professor, Pediatric Department of Medicine, Division of Cardiology and Adult Cardiovascular Cardiology Diseases Columbia University College of Director, Cardiomyopathy, Advanced Physicians and Surgeons Heart Failure, and Ventricular Assist NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/ Device Programs Columbia University Medical Center Co-Director, Cardiovascular Genetics Program Faculty The Heart Institute Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Linda J. Addonizio, MD Professor of Pediatrics Susheel K. Kodali, MD Columbia University College of Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine Physicians and Surgeons Columbia University College of Director, Program for Pediatric Physicians and Surgeons Cardiomyopathy, Heart Failure and Director, Interventional Cardiology Transplantation Fellowship Program NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Co-Director, Heart Valve Center Children’s Hospital/Columbia University NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/ Medical Center Columbia University Medical Center Emile A. Bacha, MD Farhana Latif, MD Professor of Surgery Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine Columbia University College of Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons Physicians and Surgeons Chief, Congenital and Pediatric NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/ Cardiac Surgery Columbia University Medical Center Chief, Division of Cardiothoracic Surgery NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital/Columbia University Medical Center3
    • Martin B. Leon, MD Takashi Nishimura, MDProfessor of Medicine Clinical FellowColumbia University College of Department of SurgeryPhysicians and Surgeons Columbia University College ofDirector, Center for Interventional Physicians and SurgeonsVascular Therapy (CIVT) NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Director of the Cardiac Catheterization Columbia University Medical CenterLaboratories Lisa SalbergNewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/ CEO and FounderColumbia University Medical Center The Hypertrophic CardiomyopathyFounder and Chairman Emeritus AssociationCardiovascular Research Foundation Sujit Sheth, MDJonathan T. Lu, MD, PhD Associate Professor of PediatricsAssistant Professor of Medicine Weill Cornell Medical CollegeDivision of Cardiology, Section of Chief, Division of Pediatric HematologyElectrophysiology and OncologyColumbia University College of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Physicians and Surgeons Weill Cornell Medical CenterNewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/ Jonathan W. Weinsaft, MDColumbia University Medical Center Associate Professor of MedicineDonna M. Mancini, MD Weill Cornell Medical CollegeProfessor of Medicine Director, Cardiac MRI ProgramSudhir Choudhrie Professor of NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Cardiology Weill Cornell Medical CenterColumbia University College of Warren A. Zuckerman, MDPhysicians and Surgeons Assistant Professor of Clinical PediatricsMedical Director, Center for Program for Pediatric Cardiomyopathy,Advanced Cardiac Care Heart Failure and TransplantationNewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/ Columbia University College ofColumbia University Medical Center Physicians and Surgeons NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital/Columbia University Medical CenterContact InformationColumbia University Medical Center Program CoordinatorDepartment of Surgery, External Affairs Stephanie Scheeler, CMP400 Kelby Street, 11th Floor Special Events CoordinatorFort Lee, NJ 07024 Columbia University Medical Center Department of Surgery, External AffairsProgram Administrator Phone: 201.346.7003Deborah Schwarz, RPA, CIBE Fax: 201.346.7011Executive Director and E-mail: sas2258@columbia.eduChief Communications OfficerColumbia University Medical CenterDepartment of Surgery, External Affairs 44
    • Program Location ParkingColumbia University Medical Center Parking is available at the NewYork-Bard Hall Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University50 Haven Avenue Medical Center parking lot, located onNew York, NY 10032 the southwest corner of Fort Washington Avenue and West 165th Street. ParkingLocal Area Hotels is not included in the registration fee forFor a listing of local area hotels, please this course.visit: www.ColumbiaSurgeryCME.org andselect this course. Subway Take the 1, A, C lines to 168 Street- Washington Heights/Broadway.Registration FeesPhysicians requesting CME credit – $105Physicians not requesting CME credit – $75Non-physicians, nurses, and other clinical staff requesting CME credit – $80Non-physicians, nurses, and other clinical staff not requesting CME credit – $50Residents and fellows (no CME credit will be awarded) – $25Fees include program lectures, course materials, and meals. A confirmation e-mail will besent upon receipt of registration and payment.Payment MethodOnline:To make a credit card payment, please register online at:www.ColumbiaSurgeryCME.org and select this course. For security purposes,credit card payments cannot be accepted in the mail or by phone. American Express,Discover, MasterCard, and Visa are accepted.By Mail:Please complete the attached registration form and mail together with full payment to:Columbia University Medical CenterDepartment of Surgery, External Affairs400 Kelby Street, 11th FloorFort Lee, NJ 07024ATTN: HCM/RCM CourseEnclose a check or money order made payable to Columbia University Department ofSurgery. Checks must be drawn in U.S. dollars on a U.S. bank.5
    • RegistrationPlease register me for the continuing medical education program entitled:Hypertrophic & Restrictive Cardiomyopathy:Genetics, Imaging and Emerging Treatments in Adult and Pediatric PatientsWednesday, March 13, 2013m Physicians requesting CME credit – $105m Physicians not requesting CME credit – $75m Non-physicians, nurses, and other clinical staff requesting CME credit – $80m Non-physicians, nurses, and other clinical staff not requesting CME credit – $50m Residents and fellows (no CME credit will be awarded) – $25Space is limited, early registration is highly encouraged.Please print or typeFirst Name M.I. Last Name Degree(s)Company/AffiliationAddressCity State ZipDaytime Phone Daytime FaxE-mail (required for confirmation purposes)SpecialtySpecial Needs (specify accommodations needed or dietary needs)Attendee Signature DatePlease Note:Registration is limited and will be handled on a first-come, first-served basis.Telephone registrations and/or cancellations are not accepted. Refund ofregistration fee, less a $25 administrative charge, will be made if written noticeof cancellation is received by Wednesday, February 27, 2013. No refunds can bemade thereafter.
    • Columbia University Medical CenterDepartment of Surgery, External Affairs400 Kelby Street, 11th FloorFort Lee, New Jersey 07024Hypertrophic & RestrictiveCardiomyopathy:Genetics, Imaging and EmergingTreatments in Adult andPediatric PatientsWednesday, March 13, 2013NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Medical CenterThis activity has been approved forAMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.www.ColumbiaSurgeryCME.org