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  • 1. Thoracic Imaging MARCH 16-19, 2014 SOCIETY OF Thoracic Radiology Annual Meeting & Postgraduate Course Grand Hyatt San Antonio Hotel San Antonio, Texas • SPECIAL SYMPOSIUM • MARCH 15, 2014 Quantitative CT Imaging of the Lung
  • 2. From the President The Society of Thoracic Radiology hosts its 32nd annual meeting March 16-19, 2014, at the Grand Hyatt San Antonio, in San Antonio, Texas. The program committee, headed by President-Elect Jeremy Erasmus, MD, has designed an outstanding comprehensive postgraduate radiology course in cardiothoracic imaging. The course curriculum covers a variety of cardiothoracic imaging topics including basics of image interpretation, diffuse infiltrative lung diseases, airways diseases, pulmonary infections, and cardiovascular imaging. Several sessions focus on the important topic of lung cancer with emphasis on stateof-the-art concepts in diagnosis, imaging and management. In particular, there is also a special session devoted to the hot topic of lung cancer screening. The Benjamin Felson lecture entitled “Emerging Molecular Targets and Imaging Opportunities in Lung Cancer” will be delivered by John Heymach, MD, PhD, an internationally recognized expert on thoracic malignancy, from the Department of Thoracic/Head and Neck Medical Oncology, at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. We are also pleased to announce that the Gordon Gamsu Memorial Lecture entitled “Pulmonary Nodule Characterization” will be delivered by Jane Ko, MD, from New York University. The Scanlon symposium this year focuses on molecular imaging of lung cancer and genetic abnormalities associated with interstitial lung diseases. Our featured lecture in this session, entitled “Molecular Imaging of Lung Cancer” will be delivered by Dr. David PiwnicaWorms, Professor and Chair of the MD Anderson’s Department of Cancer Systems Imaging. Our joint session with the European Society of Thoracic Imaging this year features presentations on “Diffuse Interstitial Lung Diseases” by Dr. Sujal Desai, from the King’s College Hospital, and “Pitfalls in HRCT Diagnosis of Fibrosing Lung Disease”, by Dr. David Hansell, from the Royal Brompton Hospital, both in London, England. Nine self-assessment modules (SAMs) provide important opportunities for your maintenance of certification and life-long learning needs. You may review the entire program at the Society’s web site: www. thoracicrad.org. The Grand Hyatt San Antonio offers an exciting luxury blend of modernism and Latin culture on the famed San Antonio Riverwalk. Just steps from the Alamo, the Riverwalk gently winds through the city center, along scenic pathways and waterways, serving as a picturesque link between restaurants, hotels, and shops. Please join us at this exciting venue and enjoy both the local flavors and stimulation of an outstanding program in cardiothoracic imaging. I look forward to seeing you. 2 Eric J. Stern, MD STR President Program Sunday, March 16, 2014 Continental Breakfast Case of the Day Moderator: Carlos Restrepo, MD 7:00 AM Case of the day 1 Sonia L. Betancourt, MD 7:10 AM Case of the day 2 Hatice Savas, MD 7:20-8:20 AM Scientific Session I: Diffuse Lung Disease Moderators: Sujal R. Desai, MBBS, MD & Terrance T. Healey, MD 8:00-10:30 AM Guests Welcome Continental Breakfast 8:25 AM Introduction / Welcome Eric J. Stern, MD and Jeremy J. Erasmus, MD Session I: Diffuse Infiltrative Lung Disease STR/ ESTI Joint Session Moderator: Eric J. Stern, MD 8:30 AM Diffuse Interstitial Lung Diseases: Is There Really Anything New? Sujal R. Desai, MBBS, MD ESTI SPEAKER 8:50 AM Pitfalls in the HRCT Diagnosis of Fibrosing Lung Disease David M. Hansell, MD, FRCR, FRCP, FRSM ESTI SPEAKER 9:10 AM Smoking-Related Lung Disease Kendra L. Fisher, MD 9:30 AM Cardiothoracic Manifestations of Collagen Vascular Diseases Sanjeev Bhalla, MD 9:50 AM Discussion / Questions 10:00 AM Break Session II: Airways Disease (SAM) Moderator: Robert M. Steiner, MD 10:15 AM Fleischner Society White Paper on COPD David A. Lynch, MB 10:35 AM Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis Santiago Martínez-Jiménez, MD 10:55 AM Tracheal Lesions/Focal and Diffuse Susan K. Hobbs, MD, PhD 11:15 AM Imaging Small Airway Disease Santiago E. Rossi, MD 11:35 AM Bronchiectasis: A Guide to Common and Uncommon Patterns and Etiologies Brent P. Little, MD 11:55 AM Discussion / Questions 12:05 PM LUNCH (on own) Session III: Lung Cancer Screening Moderators: Denise R. Aberle, MD and Phillip M. Boiselle, MD 1:00 PM Understanding the Core Result of the National Lung Screening Trial David F. Yankelevitz, MD 1:20 PM Lung Cancer Screening: Nodule Management Thomas E. Hartman, MD 1:40 PM Lung Cancer Screening: Management of Incidental Findings Caroline Chiles, MD 2:00 PM Lessons from BI-RADS: Infrastructure to Foster Quality Assurance and Follow-Through in Lung Cancer Screening Francine L. Jacobson, MD, MPH 2:20 PM Discussion / Questions 2:40 PM Break Session IV: Update in Thoracic Imaging (SAM) Moderator: Jane P. Ko, MD 3:00 PM Ultralow Dose Thoracic CT: Technique Optimization and Utility Narinder S. Paul, MD, FRCR 3:20 PM CT Physics with an Emphasis on Application in Thoracic and Cardiac Imaging Shawn D. Teague, MD 3:40 PM Novel Applications of Dual Energy CT Myrna C.B. Godoy, MD 4:00 PM MRI Imaging of the Lungs with Hyperpolarized Gases: Current and Future Applications Justus E. Roos, MD 4:20 PM Discussion / Questions 4:30 - 6:00 PM MOC/Image Interpretation Session (SAM) Philip C. Goodman, MD 4:30 PM Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Ella A. Kazerooni, MD 4:50 - 5:00 PM Discussion / Questions 5:00 - 6:00 PM 6:30 AM 6:00 – 7:30 PM Unknown Film Panel- MOC Format: Battle of the Educators Team 1 Past STR Presidents: Gerry F. Abbott, MD; Lawrence R. Goodman, MD; Ella A. Kazerooni, MD; Jeffrey S. Klein, MD; Robert D. Tarver MD, Charles S. White, MD Team 2 STR Members: Veronica Arteaga, MD; Laura E. Heyneman, MD; Jeffrey P. Kanne, MD; Ann N. Leung, MD; Ami N. Rubinowitz, MD; Maria C. Shiau, MD Welcome Reception Monday, March 17, 2014 6:30 AM Continental Breakfast Case of the Day Moderator: Girish S. Shroff MD 7:00 AM Case of the day 3 Cristina Fuss, MD 7:10 AM Case of the day 4 Daniel W. Brown, MD 7:20-8:20 AM Scientific Session II: Lung Neoplasms Moderators: Edwin F. Donnelly, MD and Baskaran Sundaram, MBBS, MRCP, FRCR Session V: Nodules/Lung Cancer Moderator: Jeffrey S. Klein, MD 8:30 AM Gordon Gamsu Memorial Lecture Pulmonary Nodule Characterization Jane P. Ko, MD 9:10 AM Role of Imaging in Lung Cancer Staging: Update and Controversial Topics Brett W. Carter, MD 9:30 AM PET/CT in Lung Cancer Chitra Viswanathan, MD 9:50 AM Discussion / Questions 10:00 AM Break Session VI: Lung Cancer Moderator: Reginald F. Munden MD, DMD 10:15 AM Post Operative Evaluation of the Oncology Patient Michelle S. Ginsberg, MD 10:35 AM Evaluating Response of Lung Cancer to Treatment: The Role of Imaging Theresa C. McLoud, MD 10:55 AM Benjamin Felson Memorial Lecture Emerging Molecular Targets and Imaging Opportunities in Lung Cancer John V. Heymach, MD, PhD 11:40 AM Discussion / Questions 12:00 PM Gold Medal Award Presentation Jeremy J. Erasmus, MD 12:15 PM Members Business Meeting and LUNCHEON (STR Members Only) Session VII: Scanlon Symposium: Molecular Imaging Update in Thoracic Imaging Technology Moderator: Jeremy J. Erasmus, MD 2:00 PM Scanlon Lecture Molecular Imaging of Lung Cancer David Piwnica-Worms, MD, PhD 2:45 PM Genomic Profiling of Lung Cancer Ritu R. Gill, MBBS, MD 3:05 PM Interstitial Lung Abnormalities and Genomic Abnormalty Hiroto Hatabu, MD, PhD 3:25 PM Discussion / Questions 3:35 PM Break Session VIII: Lung Cancer Moderators: John F. Bruzzi MD and Edith M. Marom MD 3:50 PM Personalized Medicine: Lung Biopsy and Tumor Mutation Testing Elizabeth H. Moore, MD 4:10 PM CT Perfusion Imaging to Assess Treatment Response in Lung Cancer Friedrich D. Knollmann, MD, PhD 4:30 PM Response Assessment of Lung Cancer in the Era of Genomic Medicine Mizuki Nishino, MD 4:50 PM MR Imaging Lung Cancer Staging-Current State of the Art Mark L. Schiebler, MD 5:10 PM Potential of PET/MRI in Lung Cancer Jin Mo Goo, MD, PhD 5:30 PM Discussion / Questions
  • 3. Program Tuesday, March 18, 2014 6:30 AM Continental Breakfast Case of the Day Moderator: Cristina Fuss, MD 7:00 AM Case of the day 5 Hongju Son, MD 7:10 AM Case of the day 6 Srikanth R. Boddu, MSc, FRCR 7:20-8:20 AM Scientific Session III: Technology Vascular Moderators: Amita Sharma, MD and Mylene T. Truong, MD CONCURRENT SESSIONS (TUESDAY) Session IXa: Basics of Image Interpretation Moderator: James C. Reed, MD 8:30 AM Normal Anatomy: CT/CXR Correlation Jo-Anne O. Shepard, MD 8:50 AM Lateral Chest Radiograph Patricia M. de Groot, MD 9:10 AM Signs in Chest Radiology Jonathan H. Chung, MD 9:30 AM Blind Spots and Pitfalls in Chest Radiographs and CT Carol C. Wu, MD 9:50 AM Break Session Xa: Infection Moderator: Gerald F. Abbott, MD 10:00 AM Understanding Pulmonary Infections Through Radiologic-Pathologic Correlation Tomás C. Franquet, MD 10:20 AM Tuberculosis: Scourge of the Ages Diane C. Strollo, MD, FACR 10:40 AM Non-TB Mycobacterial Disease Jeffrey P. Kanne, MD 11:00 AM Pneumonia in Immunocompetent Patients Loren H. Ketai, MD 11:20 AM Organizing Pneumonia Brett M. Elicker, MD 11:40 AM Discussion / Questions 12:00 PM LUNCH (on own) Session X1a: Thoracic Neoplasms (SAM) Moderator: Lawrence R. Goodman, MD 1:00 PM Neuroendocrine Tumors Archana Laroia, MD 1:20 PM Pulmonary Lymphoproliferative Disease Samanjit S. Hare, MD 1:40 PM Imaging of Lymphoma in the Chest William F. Auffermann, MD 2:00 PM Thymic Neoplasms Marcelo F.K. Benveniste, MD 2:20 PM Esophageal Cancer: A Multimodality Approach to Detection and Staging Bijan Bijan, MD, MBA 2:40 PM Ablation: Treatment Options for Lung Localized Lung Cancer Carole A. Ridge, MD (no SAM) 3:00 PM Discussion / Questions 3:10 PM Break Session XI1a: Image Interpretation (SAM) Moderator: Perry G. Pernicano, MD 3:20 PM Congenital Thoracic Lesions seen in Adults: Case Based Approach H. Page McAdams, MD 3:40 PM Diffuse Lung Disease in Children Alan S. Brody, MD 4:00 PM Algorthmic Approach to ILD (UIP, NSIP HP) Maria C. Shiau, MD 4:20 PM Imaging of the Diaphragm Julia Alegria, MD 4:40 PM Thoracic Sarcoidosis and Sarcoid-like Reaction Jeffrey B. Alpert, MD 5:00 PM Name that Infection! Rachna Madan, MD 5:20 PM Discussion / Questions CONCURRENT SESSIONS (TUESDAY) Session IXb: Cardiac Imaging Moderator: annette Collins, MD, J MEd, FCCP, FACR 8:30 AM Developing a Cardiac Imaging Program with Cardiology Jannette Collins, MD, MEd, FCCP, FACR 8:50 AM Coronary CTA: Update on Clinical Utility in 2014 U. Joseph Schoepf, MD, FAHA, F-SCBT-MR, F-SCCT 9:10 AM Imaging the Pulmonary Vasculature Ernest M. Scalzetti, MD 9:30 AM Cardiac CT and MRI: Update on Clinical Uses Andre J. Duerinckx, MD, PhD 9:50 AM Break Session Xb: Cardiovascular Imaging (SAM) Moderator: Karin E. Dill, MD 10:00 AM Acute Pulmonary Embolism: 2014 Update Carole Dennie, MD 10:20 AM Assessment of Bypass Grafts and CT Stents Charles S. White, MD 10:40 AM LVAD Imaging: More Than Just Looking for Infection Andrew J. Bierhals, MD, MPH 11:00 AM Cardiac Tumors Sharon S. Brouha, MD 11:20 AM FDG-PET: Cardiac Evaluation H. Henry Guo, MD, PhD 11:40 AM Discussion / Questions 12:00 PM LUNCH (on own) Session X1b: Emergency/Acute/ICU Moderator: Michael J. McCarthy, MD 1:00 PM Management of Hemoptysis: Bronchial Artery Embolization Steven M. Zangan, MD 1:20 PM Thoracic Emergencies in the Oncology Patient Richard M. Gore, MD 1:40 PM Blunt and Penetrating Injuries to the Aorta and Lungs Terrance T. Healey, MD 2:00 PM Devices, Foreign Bodies and Postsurgical Chest Radiographic Appearances Encountered in the ICU Subha Ghosh, MD 2:20 PM Aortic Arch Dissection: An Area of Controversy Jason K. Lempel, MD 2:40 PM Imaging of Thoracic Trauma Correlated with the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma Scale Nina L.J. Terry, MD 3:00 PM Discussion / Questions 3:10 PM Break Session XI1b: Mediastinum/Miscellaneous (SAM) Moderator: Anna Rozenshtein, MD, MPH 3:20 PM Workshop on Basics of Digital Images Travis S. Henry, MD 3:40 PM Chest CT Reports: Templates or Not? Eric M. Hart, MD (no SAM) 4:00 PM Challenging the Conventional Teachings of Pulmonary Embolism Marc V. Gosselin, MD 4:20 PM When PET Doesn’t Work: Situations in Which FDG PET has Low Sensitivity David M. Naeger, MD 4:40 PM MRI of Mediastinal Masses Jeanne B. Ackman, MD 5:00 PM Mediastinal Lesions: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly Marvin H. Chasen, MD 5:20 PM Discussion / Questions 6:00 – 7:00 PM Student/Resident/Fellow Reception Wednesday, March 19, 2014 6:30 AM Continental Breakfast Case of the Day Moderator: Sushilkumar K. Sonavane, MD 7:00 AM Case of the day 7 Diana M. Palacio, MD 7:10 AM Case of the day 8 Abhishek Chaturvedi, MD 7:20-8:20 AM Scientific Session IV: Cardiac Imaging Moderators: Kristopher W. Cummings, MD and Smita Patel, MBBS, MRCP, FRCR Session XIII: Cardiac Imaging Moderator: Gregory W. Gladish, MD 8:30 AM Coronary Anatomy and Normal Variants Arlene Sirajuddin, MD 8:50 AM Congenital Anomalies of the Coronary Artery Seth J. Kligerman, MD 9:10 AM Coronary Artery Pathology - Case Based Presentations Smita Patel, MBBS, MRCP, FRCR 9:30 AM Coronary Artery CTA Pitfalls Jared D. Christensen, MD 9:50 AM Discussion / Questions 10:00 AM Break Session XIV: Cardiovascular Imaging (SAM) Moderator: Bradley S. Sabloff, MD 10:15 AM Cardiac MRI: Added Value over CT Gautham P. Reddy, MD, MPH 10:35 AM Pitfalls in CT Pulmonary Angiography for Evaluation of Pulmonary Embolism Andetta R. Hunsaker, MD 10:55 AM Alterations in Pulmonary Vascularity Lynn S. Broderick, MD, FACR, FCCP 11:15 AM Pulmonary Vasculitides Eduardo J. Mortani Barbosa, Jr., MD 11:35 AM Cardiac Catheterization Basics for Thoracic Radiologists Nikhil Goyal, MD 11:55 AM Discussion / Questions 12:05 PM Awards Presentation 12:15 PM LUNCH (on own) Session XV: Cardiovascular Imaging Moderator: Jubal R. Watts, Jr., MD, FCCP 1:15 PM Dose Concerns and Reduction Strategies in Cardiothoracic CTA Diana Litmanovitch, MD 1:35 PM Complex Congenital Heart Disease in Adults Linda B. Haramati, MD 1:55 PM Valve Imaging Prachi P. Agarwal, MD 2:15 PM Cardiomyopathy Amar B. Shah, MD 2:35 PM Cardiac Trauma Carlos S. Restrepo, MD 2:55 PM Discussion / Questions 3:05 PM Break Session XVI: Cardiovascular Imaging (SAM) Moderator: Constantine A. Raptis, MD 3:15 PM of Chest Pain in the Emergency Department CTA John P. Fantauzzi, MD 3:35 PM Traumatic Aortic Injury: Current Concepts James G. Ravenel , MD 3:55 PM Transvascular Aortic Valve Replacement Planning: What Radiologists Need to Know Gregory D.N. Pearson, MD, PhD 4:15 PM Cardiac Anatomy and Related Pathology: What the General Radiologist will Encounter on Routine CT Cylen Javidan-Nejad, MD 4:35 PM Imaging of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Constantine A. Raptis, MD 4:55 PM CT and MR Imaging of Pericardial Diseases Kristopher W. Cummings, MD 5:15 PM Discussion / Questions 5:30 PM ADJOURNMENT 3
  • 4. Faculty Gerald F. Abbott, MD Massachusetts General Hospital Denise R. Aberle, MD UCLA - David Geffen School of Medicine Jeanne B. Ackman, MD Massachusetts General Hospital Prachi P. Agarwal, MD University of Michigan Julia Alegria, MD C linica Alemana de Santiago Universidad del Desarrollo - Chile Jeffrey B. Alpert, MD New York University - Langone Medical Center Veronica A. Arteaga, MD University of Arizona William F. Auffermann, MD Emory University Eduardo J. Mortani Barbosa, Jr., MD University of Pennsylvania Marcelo F.K. Benveniste, MD University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center Sonia L. Betancourt, MD University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center Sanjeev Bhalla, MD Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology Andrew J. Bierhals. MD, MPH Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology Bijan Bijan, MD, MBA University of California - Davis Medical Center Srikanth R. Boddu, MSc, FRCR Emory University Phillip M. Boiselle, MD Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Lynn S. Broderick, MD, FACR, FCCP University of Wisconsin - Madison Alan S. Brody, MD Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Sharon S. Brouha, MD University of California - San Diego Daniel W. Brown, MD University of Michigan John F. Bruzzi, MD Galway University Hospitals - Ireland Brett W. Carter, MD Baylor University Medical Center Marvin H. Chasen, MD University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center Edwin F. Donnelly, MD Jeffrey P. Kanne, MD Carole A. Ridge, MD Andre J. Duerinckx, MD, PhD Ella A. Kazerooni, MD Justus E. Roos, MD Brett M. Elicker, MD Loren H. Ketai, MD Santiago E. Rossi, MD Jeremy J. Erasmus, MD Jeffrey S. Klein, MD John P. Fantauzzi, MD Seth J. Kligerman, MD Kendra L. Fisher, MD Friedrich D. Knollmann, MD, PhD Tomás C. Franquet, MD Jane P. Ko, MD Cristina Fuss, MD Archana Laroia, MD Subha Ghosh, MD Jason K. Lempel, MD Ritu R. Gill, MBBS, MD Ann N. Leung, MD Michelle S. Ginsberg, MD Diana Litmanovich, MD U. Joseph Schoepf, MD, FAHA, F-SCBT-MR, F-SCCT Gregory W. Gladish, MD Brent P. Little, MD Amar B. Shah, MD David A. Lynch MB Amita Sharma, MD Rachna Madan, MD Jo-Anne O. Shepard, MD Edith M. Marom, MD Maria C. Shiau, MD Santiago Martínez-Jiménez, MD Girish S. Shroff, MD Vanderbilt University Medical Center Howard University Hospital University of California - San Francisco University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center Albany Medical Center Loma Linda - University Medical Center Hospital de Sant Pau - Spain Oregon Health Science University Ohio State University - Columbus Brigham and Women’s Hospital Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center Myrna C.B. Godoy, MD University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center Jin Mo Goo, MD, PhD Seoul National University Hospital - South Korea Philip C. Goodman, MD Duke University Medical Center Lawrence R. Goodman, MD Medical College of Wisconsin Richard M. Gore, MD North Shore University Health System Marc V. Gosselin, MD Oregon Health Science University Nikhil Goyal, MD Staten Island University Hospital H. Henry Guo, MD, PhD Stanford University Hospital David M. Hansell, MD, FACR, FRCP, FRSM Royal Brompton Hospital - United Kingdom Linda B. Haramati, MD A lbert Einstein College of Medicine Montefiore Medical Center Mayo Clinic Rochester Brigham and Women’s Hospital Jared D. Christensen, MD Terrance T. Healey, MD Jonathan H. Chung, MD Travis S. Henry, MD Jannette Collins, MD, MEd, FCCP, FACR John V. Heymach, MD, PhD University of Cincinnati Alpert Medical School, Brown University Emory University School of Medicine University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center Kristopher W. Cummings, MD Laura E. Heyneman, MD Patricia M. de Groot, MD Susan K. Hobbs, MD, PhD Carole Dennie, MD Andetta R. Hunsaker, MD Sujal R. Desai, MBBS, MD Francine L. Jacobson, MD, MPH Karin E. Dill, MD Cylen Javidan-Nejad, MD Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center The Ottawa Hospital King’s College Hospital - United Kingdom 4 The University of Chicago University of Maryland Medical Center University of California - Davis Medical Center New York University - Langone Medical Center University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics Cleveland Clinic Stanford University Hospital Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Emory University School of Medicine National Jewish Health Brigham and Women’s Hospital University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center S aint Luke’s Hospital of Kansas City/ University of Missouri - Kansas City H. Page McAdams, MD Duke University Medical Center Michael J. McCarthy, MD University of Texas Health Sciences Center Theresa C. McLoud, MD Massachusetts General Hospital Elizabeth H. Moore, MD University of California - Davis Medical Center Reginald F. Munden, MD, DMD University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center David M. Naeger, MD University of California - San Francisco Diana M. Palacio, MD N orthwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Hiroto Hatabu, MD, PhD National Jewish Health Fletcher Allen Health Care/University of Vermont Eric M. Hart, MD Caroline Chiles, MD Duke University Medical Center University of New Mexico Mizuki Nishino, MD Barnet General Hospital - United Kingdom Thomas E. Hartman, MD Wake Forest University Health Sciences University of Michigan Health System Samanjit S. Hare, MD Abhishek Chaturvedi, MD University of Rochester Medical Center University of Wisconsin - Madison University of North Carolina Medical Center URMC - Strong Memorial Hospital Brigham and Women’s Hospital Brigham and Women’s Hospital Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology Dana-Farber Cancer Institute University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center Smita Patel, MBBS, MRCP, FRCR University of Michigan Health System Narinder S. Paul, MD, FRCR University of Toronto Gregory D.N. Pearson, MD, PhD Columbia University Perry G. Pernicano, MD University of Michigan Health System David Piwnica-Worms, MD, PhD University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center Constantine A. Raptis, MD Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology James G. Ravenel, MD Medical University of South Carolina Gautham P. Reddy, MD, MPH University of Washington School of Medicine James C. Reed, MD University of Louisville Hospital Carlos S. Restrepo, MD University of Texas Health Science Center Mater Misericordiae Hospital - Ireland Duke University Medical Center C entro de Diagnostico Dr. Enrique Rossi Argentina Anna Rozenshtein, MD, MPH Columbia University Ami N. Rubinowitz, MD Yale University School of Medicine Bradley S. Sabloff, MD University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center Hatice Savas, MD University of Michigan Health System Ernest M. Scalzetti, MD SUNY Upstate Medical University Mark L. Schiebler, MD University of Wisconsin - Madison Medical University of South Carolina New York Medical College Massachusetts General Hospital Massachusetts General Hospital New York University - Langone Medical Center University of Texas Health Science Center Arlene Sirajuddin, MD Northwestern University Hongju Son, MD University of Rochester Medical Center Sushilkumar K. Sonavane, MD University of Alabama at Birmingham Robert M. Steiner, MD Temple University Eric J. Stern, MD University of Washington School of Medicine Diane C. Strollo, MD, FACR University of Pittsburgh Baskaran Sundaram, MBBS, MRCP, FRCR University of Michigan Robert D. Tarver, MD Indiana University School of Medicine Shawn D. Teague, MD Indiana University School of Medicine Nina L.J. Terry, MD University of Alabama at Birmingham Mylene T. Truong, MD University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center Chitra Viswanathan, MD University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center Jubal R. Watts, Jr, MD, FCCP University of Alabama at Birmingham Charles S. White, MD University of Maryland Carol C. Wu, MD Massachusetts General Hospital David F.Yankelevitz, MD Mount Sinai School of Medicine Steven M. Zangan, MD University of Chicago
  • 5. Program Director Jeremy J. Erasmus, MD Associate Program Director Mylene T. Truong, MD Society Officers Eric J. Stern, MD Jeremy J. Erasmus, MD Phillip M. Boiselle, MD President President-Elect Treasurer Ann N. Leung, MD Melissa L. Rosado de Christenson, MD Secretary Immediate Past President Program Committee Phillip M. Boiselle, MD Jeremy J. Erasmus, MD - chair Laura E. Heyneman, MD Ann N. Leung, MD Eric Stern, MD Mylene T. Truong, MD – ad hoc member Course Description Scientific Program Committee Smita Patel, MBBS, MRCP, FRCR Scientific Program Chair Sujal R. Desai, MD Amita Sharma, MD Edwin F. Donnelly, MD Eric J. Stern, MD (ex-officio) Terrance T. Healey, MD – Mylene T. Truong, MD Award Committee Chair Baskaran Sundaram, MBBS, MRCP, FRCR Course Objectives Thoracic Imaging 2014 is the 32nd Annual Meeting and Postgraduate Course of the Society of Thoracic Radiology. This 4-day course will feature internationally recognized experts on the subjects of imaging of the lungs, heart, thoracic vasculature and mediastinum. 1. basic concepts in imaging List interpretation including pitfalls, anatomic variants and frequently missed diagnoses. 2. Summarize the role of imaging in the assessment of cardiac disease, including diseases of the coronary arteries and great vessels of the thorax. Felson Lecture: 3. Understand the role of imaging in “Emerging Molecular Targets and the screening, diagnosis, evaluation Imaging Opportunities in Lung Cancer” and management of patients with Gamsu Lecture: incidentally detected lung nodules. “Pulmonary Nodule Characterization” 4. Understand the role of imaging in the diagnosis, staging evaluation and Scanlon Lecture: management of patients with lung “Molecular Imaging of Lung Cancer” cancer and other thoracic neoplasms. Scientific Sessions and Poster Presentations 5. Describe the clinical and radiological evaluation and management strategies Image Interpretation Session of a solitary pulmonary nodule, Illustrating the expert approach to image including the sub-solid lesion. interpretation and differential diagnosis of 6. Describe current applications in unknown cases. computed tomography (CT), magnetic This session is MOC (Maintenance resonance (MR) imaging, and of Certification) and offers SAM (Self positron emission tomography (PET) Assessment Module) credit. as they relate to the evaluation and management of thoracic diseases. Nine Self-assessment Modules (SAMs) Describe a practical and Certified by the American Board of Radiology 7. multidisciplinary approach to the Credit Information assessment of diffuse lung diseases. 8. Describe current issues in infectious The Society of Thoracic Radiology is diseases of the chest. accredited by the Accreditation Council for 9. Understand the current status of Continuing Medical Education to sponsor interventional procedures of the continuing medical education for physicians. chest and spectrum of post treatment The Society of Thoracic Radiology (STR) changes in the thorax. designates this live activity for a maximum 10. nderstand basic strategies for the U of 35.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits interpretation and management of TM. Physicians should claim only credit mediastinal abnormalities. commensurate with the extent of their ­­  participation in the activity. ­­  Target Audience Statement of Need Radiologists and practitioners with an interest in the science and practice of cardiothoracic imaging need to acquire comprehensive knowledge of the diagnosis, imaging, and management of affected patients to achieve excellence in delivery of care. This course is designed for cardiothoracic radiologists, diagnostic radiologists, pulmonary medicine specialists, cardiothoracic surgeons, fellows and residents with an interest in cardiothoracic imaging. Because of the prevalence of diseases of the chest in the general population, the course will also be of value to internists and family physicians. ­­  General Meeting Information Registration will be located outside the Texas Ballroom at the hotel. Registration begins on Saturday, March 15 from 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. and will be held during the normal hours of the meeting. Registration rates can be found on the registration form in the brochure. Early registration applies before February 6, 2014. The registration fee includes a syllabus, continental breakfasts, breaks and a welcome reception. The reception is for all registrants and their guests. Cancellation A $100 administrative fee will be retained if registration is cancelled prior to February 28, 2014. Thereafter, no refunds can be made. Cancellations will be accepted in writing only, via fax or email. Society Membership Information Membership in the Society of Thoracic Radiology is open to any radiologist who has an interest in thoracic radiology. For more information, contact the Society of Thoracic Radiology, c/o Matrix Meetings, Inc., 1202½ Seventh Street NW, Suite 209, Rochester, MN 55901; Telephone: 507-288-5620; Fax: 507-288-0014; E-mail: str@thoracicrad.org; Internet: www.thoracicrad.org. Be sure to apply for membership prior to February 6, 2014 to receive the STR member rate for the 2014 Annual Meeting. Americans with Disabilities Individuals who need auxiliary aids or services as identified in the Americans with Disabilities Act, please contact the Society office at least two weeks prior to the meeting by phone (507-288-5620), fax (507-288-0014), or e-mail (str@thoracicrad.org). Ground Transportation Hertz Car Rental has been designated as the car rental agency for the meeting. Special rates have been extended to our group with weekly rates beginning at $199.00 for car rental in Texas. Reservations may be made by calling Hertz at 800-654-2240, your local Hertz office, or your travel agent. The Hertz identification number, CV# 04M00003, must be identified to obtain the special rates. The San Antonio International airport is approximately 10 miles (20 minutes) from the Grand Hyatt San Antonio hotel. A taxi will cost approximately $30 and the Go Airport Shuttle (210-281-9900) is $19.00 + per person (one way). 5
  • 6. MEETING REGISTRATION FORM Thoracic Imaging 2014 • March 16 - 19, 2014 Grand Hyatt San Antonio • San Antonio, Texas Name____________________________________________________________________ Degree________________________ Accompanying Spouse or Companion Name___________________________________________________________________ Institution____________________________________________________________________City________________________ _______ Home Address_______________________________________________________________________________ _______ Business City_______________________________________ State__________ Zip____________ Country________________________ Office Phone____________________________________________ Cell Phone_______________________________________ E-mail___________________________________________________________________________________________________ TUITION (US dollars): DEADLINE FOR MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION SUBMISSIONS - February 6, 2014 Circle the appropriate tuition Before/on February 6 February 6 to March 11 O STR Member in good standing __Sr. __ In-Training __ Associate $695 $745 On-site and after March 11 $770 O Practicing Physician $1,200 $1,125 $1,175 O__Resident __Fellow __Technologist __Retired $695 $745 $770 (verifying letter required for residents and fellows) O ONE (1) In-Training PRESENTING AUTHOR of a Case-of-the-day or abstract (oral or poster) $325 $325 $325 O One-day Registration Circle day attending: $350 Sun Mon Tue $350 $350 Wed O Quantitative CT Imaging of the Lung, Saturday, March 15, 2014 $150 $150 $150 O__Resident __Fellow $75 $75 $75 Please advise if you will participate in the following events. Reception (open to all registrants) O Sunday, March 16 _____ # Adults _____ # Children Society Members Business Meeting Luncheon (STR Members only) O Monday, March 17 Register online at www.thoracicrad.org Method of Payment O Check #_______________ (make check payable to Society of Thoracic Radiology) O VISA O MasterCard O Discover O American Express Cardholder Name (print)______________________________________________________________________________ Credit Card #_______________________________________________________ Expiration Date__________________ (charge from Matrix Meetings, Inc. will appear on your statement) Cardholder Signature_________________________________________________________________________________ Return completed form with payment to: Society of Thoracic Radiology c/o Matrix Meetings, Inc. 12021/ 7th Street NW, Suite 209 Rochester, MN 55901 USA Phone: 507-288-5620 Fax: 507-288-0014 E-mail: str@thoracicrad.org 2 Cancellation Policy: Full refunds, less $100 administrative fee, will be given in response to a written notice of cancellation received by February 28, 2014. No refunds will be issued after this date. Advance Registration Deadline: February 6, 2014 An e-mail confirmation will be sent upon receipt of your registration. 6 To keep brochure intact, you may photocopy forms. Brochure and registration also available on the STR website: www.thoracicrad.org
  • 7. Lodging Accommodations Grand Hyatt San Antonio 600 East Market Street San Antonio, Texas 78205 Guest rooms have been reserved for attendees and their guests with special course rates at the Grand Hyatt San Antonio. In order to receive the special rate, reservations must be made before the room block is filled or before the expiration date of February 14, 2014, whichever comes first. Reservations will be taken following this date on space and rate availability. Identify yourself as a Society of Thoracic Radiology participant. Reservations are good for three (3) days before and three (3) days after the official meeting dates, based on hotel availability. Reservations can be made by (888)421-1442 or on line at https://resweb.passkey.com/go/SOTH2014 Check in: 4:00 p.m. Check out: 11:00 a.m. $205 single/double + tax Location Situated on the bank of the legendary River Walk, lined with restaurants, galleries and shops, the Grand Hyatt San Antonio provides contemporary style and an all-new level of comfort and convenience for its guests. Course participants will enjoy exceptional dining, stunning views of the city and an ideal location. The historic downtown area in San Antonio, including the Alamo, is just steps away from the hotel. From the Missions to the Hill Country, San Antonio offers so many things for families to see and do, including Six Flags amusement park, Sea World, National Bridge Caverns, Wildlife Ranch, and culturally significant arts, history, museums and architecture. Please refer to your confirmation letter for details on discounts to Six Flags and Sea World. 7
  • 8. Society of Thoracic Radiology c/o Matrix Meetings, Inc. 12021/2 7th Street NW, Suite 209 Rochester, MN 55901 NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION US POSTAGE PAID ROCHESTER, MN PERMIT NO. 459 Thoracic Imaging Society of Thoracic Radiology Annual Meeting Postgraduate Course March 16-19, 2014 Grand Hyatt San Antonio Hotel San Antonio, Texas Special Symposium March 15, 2014 Quantitative CT Imaging of the Lung thoracicrad.org THIS IS THE ONLY BROCHURE YOU WILL RECEIVE

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