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9th Oncologic Imaging: A Multidisciplinary Approach

  1. 1. 9 th Oncologic Imaging: A Multidisciplinary Approach For Radiologists, Oncologists, and Surgeons October 24 - 28, 2012 New York, New York Co-DirectorsDavid Panicek, MD Paul M. Silverman, MD
  2. 2. Meeting Location and TravelMeeting Location Thursday, October 25 through Air Travel Sunday, October 28, 2012 Conference MD Anderson has a program withWednesday, October 24, 2012 Memorial Sloan-Kettering United Airlines for discounted airMeet The Professors – 6-8 pm Cancer Center travel. For discounts, call your travelMemorial Sloan-Kettering Rockefeller Research Laboratories professional or United MeetingWorksCancer Center Auditorium – RRL-120 toll free at 800-468-7022. Outside ofRockefeller Research LaboratoriesLaurance S. Rockefeller Board Room the United States, please call your 430 East 67th Street local United Airlines Reservation– RRL-104 (between 1st and York Avenues) Office. Enter your Z Code: ZM6M New York, New York and Agreement Code: 488954. Rockefeller Research Laboratories Flying into New York City Continuing Medical EducationProgram Goals • Identify clinical needs for imaging studies and Evaluation Our primary goal is to educate radiologists, determine which imaging studies provide the A course evaluation form will provide participantsmedical oncologists and surgeons to improve their best chance for most accurate diagnosis and the with the opportunity to comment on the value ofdiagnostic acumen relating to oncologic imaging important imaging features for accurate cancer the program content to their practice decisions,and the role of PET/CT, MDCT and MR. Gaps staging (knowledge, competence, performance, performance improvement activities, or possibleof knowledge may exist since the technology patient outcomes). impact on patient health status. Participants willis relatively new. Our oncologic radiologists also have the opportunity to comment on anycan provide a greater experience regarding the Target Audience perceived commercial bias in the presentations assensitivity, specificity and accuracy of PET/CT, This course should be of value to Radiologists, well as to identify future educational topics.MDCT and MR. We will also make attendees Medical Oncologists and Surgeons.aware of and knowledgeable about potential CME Certificates and Attendancediagnostic pitfalls and how to avoid them. Educational Methods Verification Certificates • Lectures • Panel Discussion • Workshops Certificates awarding AMA PRA Category 1Educational Objectives CreditsTM or certificates documenting attendanceAfter attending the conference, participants should Accreditation/Credit Designation will be distributed to participants when anbe able to: The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer individual departs the conference. To obtain Center is accredited by the Accreditation Council a CME certificate, physicians must submit a• Implement new techniques into clinical for Continuing Medical Education to provide completed evaluation questionnaire and a CME protocols to improve the quality of imaging continuing medical education for physicians. Verification Form. results and enhance overall patient care (knowledge, competence, performance, patient The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Upon request, a record of attendance (certificate) outcomes); Center designates this live activity for a maximum will be provided on-site to other health care of 27.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. professionals for requesting credits in accordance• Provide and review data on the impact of Physicians should claim only credit commensurate with state nursing boards, specialty societies, or newer imaging technologies that will improve with the extent of their participation in the activity. other professional associations. confidence in diagnosing imaging findings, thus improving diagnosis and avoiding pitfalls (knowledge, competence, performance, patient outcomes);
  3. 3. Faculty Paul M. Silverman, MD Program Director Mutidisciplinary Courses in Oncologic Imaging Course Co-Director Course Co-Director David Panicek, MD Paul M. Silverman, MD Professor of Radiology Professor, Diagnostic Imaging Vice Chair for Clinical Affairs Gerald D. Dodd, Jr., Distinguished Chair in Diagnostic Radiology Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Faculty Oguz Akin, MD Majid Maybody, MD Associate Professor of Radiology Assistant Professor of Radiology Manjit S. Bains, MD Elizabeth Morris, MD Professor of Clinical Professor of Radiology Cardiothoracic Surgery Monica Morrow, MD Dennis Chi, MD Professor of SurgeryProfessor of Gynecology and Obstetrics David Panicek, MD Jonathan Coleman, MD Professor of Radiology Assistant Professor of Urology Harpreet Pannu, MD Michael D’Angelica, MD Associate Professor of Radiology Associate Professor of Surgery Nabil Rizk, MD Richard Do, MD Assistant Professor of Assistant Professor of Radiology Clinical Cardiothoracic Surgery Jeremy Durack, MD Ronan Ryan, MD Associate Professor of Radiology Assistant Professor of Radiology Michelle Ginsberg, MD Heiko Schoder, MD Associate Professor of Radiology Associate Professor of Radiology Yuman Fong, MD Karen Schupak, MD Professor of Surgery Associate Professor of Radiation Oncology Marc Gollub, MD Associate Professor of Radiology Janice Sung, MD Assistant Professor of Radiology Hedvig Hricak, MD, PhD Professor and Chair of Radiology Raymond Thornton, MD Assistant Professor of Radiology William Jarnagin, MD Professor of Surgery Jean Torrisi, MD Assistant Professor of Clinical Valencia King, MD Radiology Assistant Professor of Radiology Corinne Winston, MD Moritz Kircher, MD, PhD Associate Professor of Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiology Radiology Yulia Lakhman, MD Alberto Vargas, MD Assistant Professor of Radiology Assistant Professor of Radiology MD Anderson Radiological Faculty Priya Bhosale, MD Eric Rohren, MD Associate Professor of Radiology Associate Professor of Nuclear Medicine Marvin H. Chasen, MD Paul M. Silverman, MD Professor of Radiology Professor of Radiology Vikas Kundra, MD, PhD Janio Szklaruk, MD, PhD Associate Professor of Radiology Professor of Radiology H. Carrisa Le-Petross, MD Eric P. Tamm, MD Associate Professor of Radiology Professor of Radiology Ravi Murthy, MD Raghu Vikram, MD Associate Professor of Radiology Associate Professor of Radiology Bharat Raval, MD Professor of Radiology
  4. 4. Oncologic Imaging Course Program Wednesday, October 24, 2012 Friday, October 26, 2012 Friday Thursday18:00 - 20:00 07:30 08:00 Meet The Professors (Evening Reception) Thursday, October 25, 2012 Registration Welcome and Program Introduction Paul M. Silverman, MD; David Panicek, MDONCOLOGIC IMAGING & ONCOLOGY IModerator: Paul M. Silverman, MD HEPATOBILIARY IMAGING Moderator: William Jarnagin, MD 08:00 Primary Liver Tumors: Hepatocellular Carcinoma Janio Szklaruk, MD, PhD 08:30 09:00 Biliary Tumors Richard Do, MD Primary Liver Tumor: A Surgeon’s Perspective08:30 MDCT: Impact of New Technologies on Michael D’Angelica, MD Oncologic Imaging 09:15 Primary Biliary Tumor: A Surgeon’s Eric P. Tamm, MD Perspective09:00 MRI: Practical Applications and Impact of William Jarnagin, MD Contrast Agents 09:30 Panel Discussion: Hepatobiliary Tumors Oguz Akin, MD Michael D’Angelica, MD, Richard Do, MD,09:30 PET/CT: What You Need to Know as an William Jarnagin, MD, Janio Szklaruk, MD, PhD Effective “Oncologic Radiologist” 10:00 Break Eric Rohren, MD10:00 Break PANCREATIC IMAGING Moderator: Eric P. Tamm, MDONCOLOGIC IMAGING & ONCOLOGY II 10:30 Primary Pancreatic AdenocarcinomaModerator: Janio Szklaruk, MD, PhD Eric P. Tamm, MD 11:00 Cystic Tumors of the Pancreas10:30 Molecular Imaging: A Peek into the Future Corinne Winston, MD Moritz Kircher, MD, PhD; Vikas Kundra, MD, PhD 11:30 Neuroendocrine Tumors of the Pancreas11:00 Principles of Oncologic Imaging and Reporting Eric P. Tamm, MD David Panicek, MD 12:00 Pancreatic Tumors: A Surgeon’s11:30 Complications of Chemotherapy: Importance Perspective for the Oncologic Imager Yuman Fong, MD Jean Torrisi, MD 12:30 Panel Discussion: Pancreatic Tumors12:00 Lunch (on own) Eric P. Tamm, MD, Corrine Winston, MD, Yuman Fong, MD 12:45 Lunch (on own)THORACIC IMAGING: MDCT/PET/CT:IMAGING AND SURGICAL PERSPECTIVE BREAST IMAGINGModerator: Marvin H. Chasen, MD Moderator: Elizabeth Morris, MD13:30 Staging and Imaging of Lung Cancer, MDCT 14:00 Breast Cancer Screening: Current Marvin H. Chasen, MD Controversies 14:00 PET/CT Imaging of Lung Cancer H. Carissa Le-Petross, MD Heiko Schoder, MD 14:30 Breast Cancer: A Surgeon’s Perspective14:30 Lung Cancer: A Surgeon’s Perspective Monica Morrow, MD Nabil Rizk, MD 15:00 Multimodality Staging of Breast Cancer 15:00 Panel Discussion H. Carissa Le-Petross, MD Marvin H. Chasen, MD; Nabil Rizk, MD, 15:30 Breast MRI: Clinical Applications and Heiko Schoder,MD Follow-up15:30 Break Elizabeth Morris, MD 16:00 BreakTHORACIC IMAGING: MDCT/PET/CT: 16:15 New Advances In Breast Imaging: Functional IMAGING AND SURGICAL PERSPECTIVE Breast Assessment Valencia King, MDModerator : Eric Rohren, MD 16:45 Percutaneous Biopsy: Update and Pitfalls Janice Sung, MD16:00 Esophageal Cancer: CT and PET/CT Eric Rohren, MD 17:15 Adjourn16:30 Esophageal Cancer: A Surgeon’s Perspective Manjit S. Bains, MD17:00 Pulmonary Infections in the Oncologic Patient Michelle Ginsberg, MD17:30 Adjourn
  5. 5. Oncologic Imaging Course Program Saturday, October 27, 2012 Sunday, October 28, 2012 Saturday Sunday GASTROINTESTINAL GYNECOLOGIC and WOMEN’S IMAGING Moderator: Marc Gollub, MD Moderator: Hedvig Hricak, MD, PhD 08:00 Colorectal Cancer: Screening, Diagnosis and 08:00 Ovarian Cancer Staging Priya Bhosale, MD Bharat Raval, MD 08:30 Cervical Cancer 08:30 Colorectal Cancer Surveillance and Hedvig Hricak, MD, PhD Complications: PET/CT, MDCT and MR 09:00 Endometrial Cancer Marc Gollub, MD Priya Bhosale, MD 09:00 Imaging of Hepatic Metastases, MDCT: 09:30 Gynecologic Malignancies: A Surgeon’s Principles and Practice Approach Paul M. Silverman MD Dennis Chi, MD 09:30 Liver Lesions: Practical, Differential 10:00 Panel Discussion Diagnostic Approach and Pitfalls Priya Bhosale, MD, Hedvig Hricak, MD, PhD, Richard Do, MD Dennis Chi, MD 10:00 Break 10:30 Break 10:30 The Peritoneal Cavity & Subperitoneal 11:00 Intervention in the Gynecologic Patient Space: An Important Conduit for Disease Majid Maybody, MD Harpreet Pannu, MD 11:30 Imaging Techniques and Their Impact on 11:00 Infections: Colitis, Diverticulitis, Radiation Therapy Treatment Design Cholecystitis and Other “-itises” in the Karen Schupak, MD Immunocompromised Host 12:00 Lunch (on own) Bharat Raval, MD 11:30 Abdominal Emergencies and Vascular GENITOURINARY Abdominal Disease in the Oncologic Patient Moderator: Vikas Kundra, MD, PhD Yulia Lakhman, MD 12:00 Lunch (on own) 13:15 Imaging Primary Renal Cell Cancer Oguz Akin, MD INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY: 13:45 Unusual Renal Masses What the Diagnostic Radiologist Needs to Vikas Kundra, MD, PhD 14:15 The CT Urogram: Technique, Applications Know About His Colleagues and Findings Moderator: Raymond Thornton, MD Raghu Vikram, MD 14:45 Renal Cancer: A Surgeon’s Perspective 13:15 Colorectal Cancer: Treatment and Jonathan Coleman, MD Assessment of Results 15:15 Break Ravi Murthy, MD 15:45 Panel Discussion: Renal Cancer 13:45 Ablation Therapy for Renal Lesions Jonathan Coleman, MD, Oguz Akin, MD, Jeremy Durack, MD Vikas Kundra, MD, PhD 14:15 Ablation Therapy in Lung Cancer 16:15 Imaging of Bladder Cancer Raymond Thornton, MD Alberto Vargas, MD 14:45 Biologic Therapies: What the Interventional 16:45 Imaging and Staging of Prostate Cancer Radiologist Has to Offer Vikas Kundra, MD, PhD Ravi Murthy, MD 15:15 Break 17:15 Adjourn 15:30 Treating Complications in the Oncologic Patient: Current Role of the Interventionalist Majid Maybody, MD 16:00 Drainage and Follow-up of Abscesses: The Interventionalist’s Role Ronan Ryan, MD 16:30 Adjourn
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  8. 8. Department of CME/Conference Management - Unit 1381 Non-Profit Org. #176700/30070619 U.S. Postage The University of Texas PAID MD Anderson Cancer Center Houston, TX P.O. Box 301439 Permit No. 7052 Houston, TX 77230-1439 9th Oncologic Imaging: A Multidisciplinary Approach October 24 - 28, 2012, New York City Program Director for Multidisciplinary Courses in Oncologic Imaging: Paul M. Silverman, MD Gerald D. Dodd, Jr., Distiguished Chair in Diagnostic Radiology Director, Academic Development for Program Diagnostic Radiology Course Co-Directors: David Panicek, MD, Professor of Radiology Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Paul M. Silverman, MD, Professor, Division of Diagnostic Imaging MD Anderson Cancer Center