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American Society of Dermatopathology (ASDP) 49th Annual Meeting 2012

  1. 1. Preliminary Program October 11 – 14, 2012 Chicago Hilton and Towers • Chicago, Illinois USA Annual Me ASDP 49th eting The American Society of DermatopathologyJoin us in Chicago as we beginthe yearlong celebration ofASDP’s 50th anniversary! www.asdp.org/AM12
  2. 2. Annual MeASDP 49th eting ASDP 49th Annual MeetingJoin us as the yearlong commemoration ofASDP’s 50th Anniversary begins! Special programs andevents are planned. This year’s President’s Reception andBanquet will be held in the Red Lacquer Room at the PalmerHouse Hilton Hotel, the site of the meeting that led to theformation of the Society.Be part of the celebration! ASDP’s 50th Anniversary Continuing Medical Education Continuing Medical Education Policy The American Society of Dermatopathology is accred- The American Society of Dermatopathology (ASDP) is ited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Education to provide continuing medical education for Medical Education (ACCME). As such, we are required to physicians. meet the ACCME’s expectations for our practice of con- tinuing medical education. The American Society of Dermatopathology designates this live activity for a maximum of 35 AMA PRA Category It is the policy of ASDP to ensure balance, independence, 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit com- objectivity and scientific rigor in all of its educational mensurate with the extent of their participation in the activities. Faculty participating in and planning the An- activity. nual Meeting must comply with all procedures governing disclosure. The ASDP has implemented a process where The American Society of Dermatopathology Annual Meet- everyone in a position to control the content of an edu- ing (Program #254100) is recognized by the American cational activity will present evidence-based content, Academy of Dermatology for 35 AAD Recognized Credits disclose all relevant financial relationships with any com- and may be used toward the American Academy of mercial interest and discussion of unlabeled/investiga- Dermatology’s Continuing Medical Education Award. tional uses of a commercial product. In addition, presenta- tions must be free of commercial bias and any information regarding commercial products/services must be based on scientific methods generally accepted by the medical community. Conflicts will be resolved prior to this edu- cational activity. Faculty who refuse to disclose relevant financial relationships and discussion of unlabeled/investi- gational uses of a commercial product will be disqualified from being a part of the planning and implementation of this CME activity. Presenters who qualify for the imple- mentation of this activity are required to verbally dis- Table of Contents close to the audience, immediately prior to the scientific presentation, any of the relationships mentioned above. 4–5 Program-at-a-Glance Faculty relationships will also be disclosed to audiences in annual meeting printed materials. 6 – 11 Plenary Program 12 – 19 Optional Courses & Event 13 President’s Reception and Banquet 13 Special Awards 20 – 22 Registration Information 23 Registration Form 2 Preliminary Program www.asdp.org/AM12
  3. 3. Annual MeASDP 49th eting ASDP 49th Annual Meeting Participant Objectives Overall learning objectives for the The Continuing Medical Education mission of ASDP is to 2012 Annual Meeting: improve the overall quality of dermatopathology practiced • Identify how developments in basic science impact by dermatopathologists, dermatologists and pathologists. the diagnosis of cutaneous disease and guide The annual meeting offers content in 1) new and updated treatment. diagnostic approaches and, techniques and technology applicable to routine and obscure cases; 2) practice- and • Differentiate diseases with similar or overlapping systems-based learning and improvements; 3) effective histopathologic features. communication skills and; 4) medical knowledge of estab- • Increase performance on MOC examinations. lished and evolving clinical, histologic, immunologic and molecular basis of dermatopathology and the application • Apply optimal histologic analysis and diagnostic to patient care. There is an array of educational formats criteria for accurate diagnosis in unusual and difficult to fit every learner’s needs including hands-on instruction cases. at the microscope, self-study, interactive sessions, self- • Identify efficient and cost-effective strategies for assessment at the microscope and didactic lectures. providing accurate dermatopathology services. • Describe recent advances and cutting-edge technologies in teledermatopathology and determine how teledermatopathology can be used as an adjunct in a variety of different clinical practice settings. • Discuss newly identified dermatopathologic disease entities and extend the clinical relevance of these Who should attend this entities to daily practice. meeting? • Optimize diagnosis, treatment and patient outcomes by utilizing the most important and reliable diagnostic • Dermatopathologists tests available for primary cutaneous lymphomas. • Dermatologists • Employ the most current diagnostic needs for skin • Pathologists diseases of hospitalized patients. • Fellows in a dermatopathology training program • Be aware of how the most novel diagnostic techniques in dermatopathology can be applied. • Residents in dermatology or pathology • Integrate updated clinical and pathological • Medical students with an interest in dermatology, characteristics of pediatric skin diseases into pathology and dermatopathology practice to increase accuracy in diagnosis and better • Researchers, scientists or non-physicians with treatment. special expertise in pathology of the skin or • Identify attributes of a successful and well managed research therein dermatopathology practice. 2012 Program Committee Thomas N. Helm, MD, Chair State University of New York at Buffalo Lawrence E. Gibson, MD Mayo Clinic, Rochester Noreen M.G. Walsh, MD, FRCP(c), FRCPath Dalhousie University, Halifax Klaus J. Busam, MD Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Steven D. Billings, MD Cleveland Clinic 3 Preliminary Program www.asdp.org/AM12
  4. 4. Annual MeASDP 49th eting ASDP 49th Annual Meeting Program-at-a-Glance Thursday, October 11 Friday, October 12 7:00 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. Registration and Information Open 24-hours Evening Slide Symposium Preview 7:00 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. Speaker Ready Room 6:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast 8:00 a.m. – Noon Poster Session 1 Set-up 6:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Registration and Information 8:00 a.m. – Noon Exhibit Hall Set-up 6:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Speaker Ready Room 8:30 a.m. – Noon Board Review Course** 7:00 a.m. – 8:15 a.m. Consultations 200, 201, 202* 9:00 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. Consultations 100, 101, 102* 7:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. Self-Assessment Session C* 10:45 a.m. – Noon Consultations 103, 104, 105* Course Director: 1:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. Consultations 106, 107, 108* Lawrence E. Gibson, MD 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Self-Assessment Session A* Mayo Clinic, Rochester Course Director: 8:00 a.m. – Noon Short Course II – Inpatient Lawrence E. Gibson, MD Dermatopathology: Mayo Clinic, Rochester Histologic Patterns that 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Young Physicians’ Forum – Matter Most Shopping for the Right Job: Course Director: “Caveat Emptor” Beth S. Ruben, MD, Course Directors: University of California, Chris Jokinen, MD, Essentia Health San Francisco Arlene S. Rosenberg, MD 8:45 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Consultations 203, 204, 205* MetroHealth Medical Center, 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Poster Session 1 Viewing Case Western Reserve 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Exhibit Hall Open University School of Medicine and Cleveland Skin Pathology 9:45 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. Refreshment Break Laboratory, Inc. 10:00 a.m. – Noon Self-Assessment Session D* 1:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Poster Session 1 Viewing Course Director: Lawrence E. Gibson, MD 1:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Exhibit Hall Open Mayo Clinic, Rochester Opens at 1:00 p.m. Evening Slide Symposium 10:30 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. Consultations 206, 207, 208* Preview – Open 24-hours! Noon – 1:30 p.m. Dermatopathology Fellowship 2:45 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Consultations 109, 110, 111* Training Directors’ Meeting 3:15 p.m. – 4:45 p.m. Oral Abstract Session 1 Noon – 12:30 p.m. Box Lunch Pick up 3:15 p.m. – 5:15 p.m. Self-Assessment Session B* 12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Oral Abstract Session 2 Course Director: Lawrence E. Gibson, MD 1:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. Consultations 209, 210, 211* Mayo Clinic, Rochester Opens at 2:00 p.m. Slide Library – Open 24-hours! 3:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Board of Directors’ Meeting 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Self-Assessment Discussion* 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Duel in Dermatopathology Course Director: Lawrence E. Gibson, MD 6:45 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Short Course I – Mayo Clinic, Rochester Cutaneous Lymphoid Infiltrates: Diagnostic Pitfalls and 2:45 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Consultations 212, 213, 214* How to Avoid Them 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Hermann Pinkus Memorial Basic Course Director: Science Course Noreen M.G. Walsh, MD, Course Director: FRCP(c), FRCPath Steven D. Billings, MD Dalhousie University, Halifax Cleveland Clinic 9:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. Young Physicians’ Reception 4:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Refreshment Break and Art Show 4:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Poster Session 1 Defense * Optional Courses - require additional registration fee and online registration. **Board Review Course requires online registration. Registration fee is waived for medical students, residents and dermatopathology fellows in training. 4 Preliminary Program www.asdp.org/AM12
  5. 5. Annual MeASDP 49th eting ASDP 49th Annual Meeting Program-at-a-Glance Friday, October 12 (continued) 4:30 p.m. – 5:45 p.m. Mini Course – 3:30 p.m. – 4:45 p.m. Consultations 312, 313, 314* Teledermatopathology: 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Program Committee Meeting An Introduction to the Future* 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Fellows’ Case Presentations 4:30 p.m. – 5:45 p.m. Consultations 215, 216, 217* 5:15 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Consultations 315, 316, 317* 4:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Poster Session 1 Dismantle 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Evening Slide Symposium 7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. President’s Reception and Course Director: Banquet Steven D. Billings, MD President: Jennifer M. McNiff, MD Cleveland Clinic Saturday, October 13 Sunday, October 14 Open 24-hours Slide Library 6:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast Open 24-hours Evening Slide Symposium 6:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Poster Session 2 Viewing Preview 6:30 a.m. – Noon Registration and Information 6:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast 6:30 a.m. – Noon Speaker Ready Room 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Registration and Information 6:45 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. Board of Directors’ and 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Speaker Ready Room Committee Chair Roundtable 7:00 a.m. – 8:15 a.m. Consultations 300, 301, 302* 7:00 a.m. – 8:15 a.m. Consultations 400, 401, 402* 7:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. Poster Session 2 Set-up 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. Oral Abstract Session 3 8:00 a.m. – Noon Short Course III – 8:30 a.m. – 8:45 a.m. Abstract & Poster Physician-in- Melanoma: Then and Now Training Awards Presentation Course Director: Klaus J. Busam, MD 8:30 a.m. – 9:45 a.m. Consultations 403, 404, 405* Memorial Sloan-Kettering 8:45 a.m. – Noon Short Course IV – Cancer Center Pediatric Dermatopathology: 8:45 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Consultations 303, 304, 305* A World of Its Own Course Director: 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Poster Session 2 Viewing Noreen M.G. Walsh, MD, 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Exhibit Hall Open FRCP(c), FRCPath Dalhousie University, Halifax 10:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Refreshment Break 10:15 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Consultations 406, 407, 408* 10:30 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. Consultations 306, 307, 308* 11:00 a.m. – Noon Poster Session 2 Dismantle 12:15 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. Annual Membership Business Meeting and Luncheon Closes at 11:00 a.m. Slide Library 1:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. Consultations 309, 310, 311* Closes at 11:00 a.m. Slide Viewing from Evening Slide Symposium 1:35 p.m. – 1:45 p.m. Duel in Dermatopathology Awards Presentation 1:45 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. Elson B. Helwig Memorial Lecture Boris C. Bastian, MD, PhD University of California, San Francisco Visit www.asdp.org/AM12 2:45 p.m. – 3:15 p.m. President’s Address: for up-to-date meeting information. Jennifer M. McNiff, MD Yale University School of Medicine 3:15 p.m. – 3:45 p.m. Refreshment Break 3:15 p.m. – 3:45 p.m. Poster Session 2 Defense * Optional Courses - require additional registration fee and online registration. 5 Preliminary Program www.asdp.org/AM12
  6. 6. Annual MeASDP 49th eting ASDP 49th Annual Meeting Plenary Program The Plenary Program courses are open to all meeting attendees. Your full registration to the ASDP Annual Meeting Faculty: includes: David S. Cassarino, MD, PhD, Southern California Permanente Medical Group, University of California, • Young Physicians’ Forum—Shopping for the Right Irvine Job: “Caveat Emptor” Dirk M. Elston, MD, FAAD, Ackerman Academy of • 13th Annual Duel in Dermatopathology Dermatopathology • Four Short Courses Vasilios Kalogredis, JD, CHBS, Kalogredis, Sansweet, • Hermann Pinkus Memorial Basic Science Course Dearden and Burke, LTD. • 2012 Elson B. Helwig Memorial Lecture • Fellows’ Case Presentations Upon completion of this course, participants should be • Evening Slide Symposium able to: • 24-hour access to the Evening Slide Symposium • Identify relevant issues for successful employer contract Slides negotiation. • Three Oral Abstract Presentation Sessions • Recognize and manage professional challenges in the • Two Poster Sessions first five years of practice. • 24-hour access to the Slide Library • Understand and manage current trends in laboratory management. Young Physicians’ Forum – Shopping for 13th Annual Duel in Dermatopathology the Right Job: “Caveat Emptor” Resident Abstract Competition Thursday, October 11 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Thursday, October 11 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Course Directors: Chris Jokinen, MD, Essentia Health 1.5 hours CME credit Arlene S. Rosenberg, MD, MetroHealth Medical Center, The American Society of Dermatopathology is proud Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and to present the 13th Annual Duel in Dermatopathology Cleveland Skin Pathology Laboratory, Inc. abstract competition for dermatology and pathology 2 hours CME credit residents. This resident forum will consist of succinct five- minute presentations. Presentations will be evaluated on Back by popular demand! Dermatopathology fellows and content, form and instructive value to dermatopathology. early career dermatopathologists are invited to join us for Abstracts that have been selected to compete in the this informative session. Career insights and advice will be “Duel in Dermatopathology” will be published in a fea- available to all who attend the Young Physicians’ Forum. tured section of the Journal of Cutaneous Pathology. A series of lectures will be followed by a Q&A session in which faculty will respond to your questions about career Upon completion of this course, participants should be development and management in a relaxed and friendly able to: environment. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to devel- • Expand diagnostic skills by recognizing clinicopatho- op professional relationships with your leaders and peers. logic entities presented via abstracts. • Utilize and interpret diagnostic clues and techniques identified by literature review of these cases. Young Physicians’ Reception & Art Show Thursday, October 11 9:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. Dermatopathology fellows and dermatopathologists in their first seven years of practice are invited to network with the Young Physicians’ Forum faculty members and other dermatopathology role models at the Young Physicians’ Reception. Hors d’oeuvres and refreshments (wine/beer) will be served while guests peruse art displayed by ASDP members. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to develop professional relationships with your leaders and peers. Are you an ASDP member and interested in showcasing your artistic talents? Contact Dr. Arlene Rosenberg (arlenerosenberg@me.com) if you are interested in displaying your art at this event. All media are welcome. 6 Preliminary Program www.asdp.org/AM12
  7. 7. Annual MeASDP 49th eting ASDP 49th Annual Meeting Plenary Program Short Course I – Short Course II – Cutaneous Lymphoid Infiltrates: Inpatient Dermatopathology: Diagnostic Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them Histologic Patterns that Matter Most Thursday, October 11 Friday, October 12 6:45 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. – Noon Course Director: Course Director: Noreen M.G. Walsh, MD, FRCP(c), FRCPath Beth S. Ruben, MD Dalhousie University, Halifax University of California, San Francisco 2.25 hours CME Credit 3.5 hours CME Credit This course will involve an overview and update on the With advanced therapies available to the very ill, analy- subject of primary cutaneous lymphomas. Four interna- sis of skin biopsies generated on the inpatient wards tionally renowned experts in the field will address different has become an ever-demanding activity. This session subsets of the global topic. In each category important will examine a series of often encountered themes in the clinical and pathological aspects of individual diseases will histopathologic diagnosis of cutaneous conditions in be outlined. Moreover, the optimal investigative approach hospitalized patients. The emphasis will be on providing to diagnosis will be emphasized, the distinction between a practical session designed to aid dermatopathologists primary cutaneous lymphomas and cutaneous involve- in daily signout, especially those in a hospital-based set- ment by systemic lymphomas will be addressed, the best ting. However, the themes are broad and generalizable to treatment options for patients will be considered and new the outpatient setting as well. Common clinical patterns developments will be revealed. In accordance with the and their differential diagnoses will be discussed to lay a title of the course, ‘diagnostic pitfalls’ will be a special fo- foundation. An update to our knowledge of graft versus cus of discussion. Situations which predispose to errors in disease and a practical approach to its diagnosis will be diagnosis including (i) poor clinicopathologic correlation, offered, with respect to distinguishing it from other enti- (ii) inappropriate or insufficient investigation, (iii) undue ties in the differential diagnosis. Both a review of known reliance on equivocal tests and (iv) suboptimal knowledge dermatopathologic entities and a discussion of new ones and/or experience in the area will be examined. The aim is will then be provided, concentrating on infection, vasculi- to alert registrants to problematic aspects of this field and tis, and drug reactions. to equip them to competently handle the cases that they encounter in practice. Faculty: Lindy P. Fox, MD, University of California, San Francisco Faculty: Philip E. LeBoit, MD, University of California, San Francisco Lorenzo Cerroni, MD, Medical University of Graz Daniella Massi, MD, University of Florence, Italy Elaine S. Jaffe, MD, Center for Cancer Research, NCI Timothy H. McCalmont, MD, University of California, Werner Kempf, MD, Kempf und Pfaltz, Histologische San Francisco Diagnostik Philip E. LeBoit, MD, University of California, San Francisco Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to: Upon completion of this course, participants should be • Identify clinical scenarios presented for diagnosis in able to: hospitalized patients. • Reinforce existing knowledge of primary cutaneous • Interpret histologic patterns that correlate to these lymphomas. scenarios. • Identify important advances in the field. • Consolidate existing and new knowledge gained in this • Recognize and avoid potential diagnostic traps. activity. • Apply competent handling of such cases in practice. • Formulate a broad differential diagnosis targeted to this patient population. • Apply this knowledge to provide optimum care and improve outcomes to hospitalized patients. 7 Preliminary Program www.asdp.org/AM12
  8. 8. Annual MeASDP 49th eting ASDP 49th Annual Meeting Plenary Program Hermann Pinkus Memorial Basic Short Course III – Melanoma: Then and Now Science Course Saturday, October 13 Friday, October 12 8:00 a.m. – Noon 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Course Director: Course Director: Klaus J. Busam, MD Steven D. Billings, MD Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Cleveland Clinic 3.5 hours CME credit 2.5 hours CME Credit The speakers will review advances in analytical methods In honor of the 50 years of ASDP, this year’s Basic Science and concepts relevant for the diagnosis, prognosis and Course focuses on how our knowledge has grown over management of patients with melanoma. the past five decades. Practicing dermatopathologists will learn about how the evolution of our understanding of Points of discussion will include: disease has improved our diagnostic approach and how • The importance of clinicopathologic correlation for this impacts patient care.  This course will examine what diagnosis and the role of dermoscopic findings in this we knew 50 years ago and what we know now, with an process. emphasis on melanocytic tumors, cutaneous lymphomas, • Light microscopic clues for the diagnosis of melanoma vesiculobullous disease and vasculitis. — their strength and limitations. • Genetic and genomic aberrations of melanocytic tumors and their impact on tumor classification and Faculty: diagnosis. Boris C. Bastian, MD, PhD, University of California, • Refinements in prognostic models of melanoma and San Francisco their impact on reporting pathologic findings. Michael Camilleri, MD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester • Changes in the surgical management of patients with J. Andrew Carlson, MD, Albany Medical College melanoma and their impact on pathologic analyses. Lorenzo Cerroni, MD, Medical University of Graz This program aims to alert the audience to problem areas Upon completion of this course, participants should be in the diagnosis and management of patients with mela- able to: noma and to familiarize them with the most up-to-date • Understand how the evolution of basic science affects methods, their potential benefits as well as limitations. dermatopathology practice today. • Apply the conceptual aspects to daily practice. • Apply knowledge to better understand melanocytic Faculty: tumors, cutaneous lymphomas, immunobullous disease Boris C. Bastian, MD, PhD, University of California, and vasculitis. San Francisco Christopher K. Bichakjian, MD, University of Michigan Klaus J. Busam, MD, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Mary C. Martini, MD, Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine Janis M. Taube, MD, Johns Hopkins Hospital Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to: • Identify advantages and limitations of novel methods for the clinical and histopathologic diagnosis of mela- noma. • Understand the clinical relevance of novel insights into the genetics of melanocytic tumors. • Utilize current prognostic models and management algorithms for patients with melanoma and understand what clinicians expect from a modern pathology report. 8 Preliminary Program www.asdp.org/AM12
  9. 9. Annual MeASDP 49th eting ASDP 49th Annual Meeting Plenary Program 2012 Elson B. Helwig Memorial Lecture Evening Slide Symposium With Audience Response System Saturday, October 13 1:45 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. Saturday, October 13 Course Director: 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Boris C. Bastian, MD, PhD Course Director: Professor of Dermatology and Pathology, Gerson and Steven D. Billings, MD Barbara Bakar Distiguished Professor of Cancer Biology, Cleveland Clinic University of California, San Francisco 3 hours CME credit 1 hour CME credit Preview the Evening Slide Symposium cases on the ASDP “Toward Precision Dermatopathology” Web site after September 1. (www.asdp.org). Medicine is evolving from the intui- Glass slides will be available for viewing during the meet- tive art practiced by highly special- ing. ized practitioners to a new phase that has been termed Precision In this traditionally popular symposium, a five-member Medicine. Diagnoses in Precision panel will present 15 microscopically challenging cases. Medicine are made based on a firm An in-depth discussion by the panel will focus on the understanding of the underlying histological and clinicopathological aspects of each case. pathogenetic mechanism, a prereq- A relaxed and educationally stimulating atmosphere is uisite for predictable therapeutic planned. Audience participation is encouraged, via an results and outcomes, as well as an audience response system, and casual attire is expected. optimal risk-benefit ratio of thera- Complimentary soda and snacks will be served. peutic interventions. Pathology as well as dermatopathology will have to embrace and adapt Faculty: these concepts and relevant technologies in order to Christine Ko, MD, Yale University School of Medicine maintain its key role in guiding clinicians. Rajiv M. Patel, MD, University of Michigan Victor G. Prieto, MD, PhD, University of Texas – MD Anderson Cancer Center Fellows’ Case Presentations Janis M. Taube, MD, Johns Hopkins Hospital Saturday, October 13 Upon completion of this course, participants should be 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. able to: 2 hours CME credit • Demonstrate an approach toward diagnosis of various challenging skin biopsies. The Continuing Education and Research Committee will • Generate clinically relevant differential diagnoses. select 12 of the outstanding submissions in the Fellows • Differentiate clinical and histological features of inter- in Dermatopathology abstract category to be presented esting, difficult, and rare disorders of the skin. orally. Abstract sessions will have a mix of case reports, clinical studies and basic science presentations. Upon completion of these sessions, participants should be able to: • Identify various clinical and basic science topics within dermatopathology. • Exemplify and promote exchange of new ideas and con- cepts within the field of dermatopathology. • Describe innovative investigative studies and tools per- taining to bench and translational research. • Compare unique pathological perspectives and con- cepts as they relate to individual and groups of cases. 9 Preliminary Program www.asdp.org/AM12
  10. 10. Annual MeASDP 49th eting ASDP 49th Annual Meeting Plenary Program Short Course IV – Oral Abstract Presentations Pediatric Dermatopathology: 1.5 hours CME credit for Session 1 A World of Its Own 1.5 hours CME credit for Session 2 1 hour CME credit for Session 3 Sunday, October 14 8:45 a.m. – Noon These three oral abstract sessions will have a mix of case Course Director: reports, clinical studies and basic science presentations. Noreen M.G. Walsh, MD, FRCP(c), FRCPath Residents and fellows-in-training are eligible for the ASDP Dalhousie University, Halifax Physician-in-Training Award for their oral abstract pre- sentations. Awards will be presented on Sunday morning, 3.25 hours CME credit 8:30 a.m. – 8:45 a.m., immediately before Short Course IV. The design of this course is influenced by the fact that, apart from dedicated subspecialists, most dermatolo- Oral Abstract Session 1 gists, pathologists and dermatopathologists have limited Thursday, October 11, 3:15 p.m. – 4:45 p.m. exposure to childhood skin disease. Moreover, some enti- ties encountered in this patient population are rare, but Oral Abstract Session 2 nonetheless of vital importance. To address the challenges Friday, October 12, 12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. inherent in this setting, six dermatopathologists with expertise in different aspects of pediatric dermatopathol- Oral Abstract Session 3 ogy will condense their knowledge and together convey Sunday, October 14, 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. a practical overview of the topic. A spectrum of inflam- matory and neoplastic skin diseases in children will be Upon completion of these sessions, participants should addressed, with an emphasis on clinical and pathological be able to: clues to accurate diagnosis and optimal management. The • Identify various clinical and basic science topics within discussion will range from uncommon manifestations of dermatopathology. common diseases to rare and exotic entities. The goal is • Exemplify and promote exchange of new ideas and to provide a comprehensive overview of an area of derma- concepts within the field of dermatopathology. tology and dermatopathology where practitioners may • Describe innovative investigative studies and tools lack experience of the full spectrum of disease. pertaining to bench and translational research. • Compare unique pathological perspectives and Faculty: concepts as they relate to individual and groups of Almut Böer-Auer, MD, Dermatologikum Hamburg cases. Lorenzo Cerroni, MD, Medical University of Graz Rossitza Z. Lazova, MD, Yale University School of Medicine Dieter Metze, MD, University of Münster Sylvia Pasternak, MD, Dalhousie University, Halifax Omar P. Sangueza, MD, Wake Forest University School of Medicine Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to: • Address a broad spectrum of topics in pediatric dermatopathology. • Identify clinical and pathological clues of practical importance in this area. • Evaluate uncommon manifestations of common Visit www.asdp.org/AM12 diseases. for up-to-date meeting information. • Recognize rare entities, especially those with important implications for the patient and his/her family. 10 Preliminary Program www.asdp.org/AM12
  11. 11. Annual MeASDP 49th eting ASDP 49th Annual Meeting Plenary Program Poster Presentations Slide Library 1 hour CME credit Curator: Basic research, practical techniques and new clinical or Arthur K. Balin, MD, PhD histopathologic entities will be presented in this tradi- Sally Balin Medical Center for Dermatology & tional and popular format. Posters will be on display in Cosmetic Surgery two poster sessions Thursday evening through Sunday morning. Residents and fellows-in-training are eligible Slide Library opens Friday, October 12, at 2 p.m. and for the ASDP Physician-in-Training Award. Awards will be will remain open 24 hours through Sunday, October 14, presented on Sunday morning, 8:30 a.m. – 8:45 a.m., im- at 11 a.m. mediately before Short Course IV. One hundred peer-reviewed cases from the continuously growing slide library will be available for microscopic Poster Session 1 examination. Cases are accompanied by the diagnosis and other relevant written information and references. Case Thursday, October 11 summaries, diagnoses with discussion, and references will Poster Set-up: 8:00 a.m. – Noon be distributed to participants at the meeting. Poster Viewing: 1:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. Upon completion of study, participants should be able to: Friday, October 12 • Explain the histologic diagnosis of various skin condi- Poster Viewing: 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. tions, including the use of ancillary studies, where ap- Poster Defense: 4:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. propriate. Tear down: 4:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. • Interpret the histologic diagnosis of uncommon skin diseases. Poster Session 2 • Critique cases that highlight diagnostic challenges. • Apply morphological criteria to the differential diagno- Saturday, October 13 sis of cutaneous lesions. Poster Set-up: 7:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. • Develop appropriate differential diagnoses for a wide Poster Viewing: 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. spectrum of tumors and dermatoses. Poster Defense: 3:15 p.m. – 3:45 p.m. Sunday, October 14 Poster Viewing: 6:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Tear down: 11 a.m. – Noon Exhibits You are invited to visit the exhibits at the annual meeting. The poster defense sessions will provide an opportunity Various companies of interest to dermatopathologists will for discussion between poster presenters and attendees. be displaying their products, publications and equipment. Poster presenters are asked to make every effort to be at Representatives will be available to answer questions. their poster during the defense session. Make sure to visit the exhibits to sample the latest neces- sities in dermatopathology. After attending the Poster Defense Sessions, participants should be able to: Exhibit Hall Hours: • Identify practical techniques in dermatopathology. Thursday, October 11 1:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. • Name new clinical or histopathological entities. Friday, October 12 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Saturday, October 13 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. 11 Preliminary Program www.asdp.org/AM12
  12. 12. Annual MeASDP 49th eting ASDP 49th Annual Meeting Optional Courses & Events Optional Course & Events require additional fees. Board Review Course Mini Course: Teledermatopathology — Thursday, October 11 An Introduction to the Future 8:30 a.m. – Noon Friday, October 12 Course Director: 4:30 p.m. – 5:45 p.m. Lawrence E. Gibson, MD Course Directors: Mayo Clinic, Rochester Laszlo J. Karai, MD, PhD 3.5 hours CME credit University of Texas Southwestern Laszlo Igali, MD ONLINE REGISTRATION ONLY Royal College of Pathologists, Norfolk, UK Advanced online registration is required and will be based 1.25 hours CME Credit on a first come, first served basis. Attendance is limited to Fee: $105 the first 200 participants and a registration fee of $205 is required. The registration fee is waived for medical stu- ONLINE REGISTRATION ONLY dents, residents and dermatopathology fellows in training Advanced online registration is required and will be based but registration is still required. on first come, first served. Attendance in this course is Note: Participants must be on time to this course. Due to limited to the first 100 participants. high demand and limited space, seats will only be held Note: Participants must be on time to this course. Due to for 15 minutes after the start of the course. All unclaimed high demand and limited space, seats will only be held seats will be released to those waiting on a first come, first for 15 minutes after the start of the course. All unclaimed served basis at 8:45 a.m. No exceptions. seats will be released to those waiting on a first come, first served basis at 4:45 p.m. No exceptions. Back by Popular Demand! This course is will provide up- to-date information needed to pass the dermatopatholo- The course will focus on state-of-the-art methods used to gy certifying examination and assumes basic competency collect and transmit imaging data for diagnosis and tele- in the field. This course will also benefit practitioners who consultations in dermatopathology. A new iPhone/iPad would like an up-to-date review to fill practice gaps. application for differential diagnosis in dermatopathology will also be presented. The audience will be part of a live This course is not designed to be a comprehensive review “multiheaded” virtual microscopic session with expert of the dermatopathology board examinations. participants physically situated thousands of miles away. Faculty: Faculty: Michael Camilleri, MD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester Laszlo J. Karai, MD, PhD, University of Texas Southwestern Loren E. Clarke, MD, Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Laszlo Igali, MD, Royal College of Pathologists Center/College of Medicine Rajendra Singh, MD, University of Pittsburgh Rosalie Elenitsas, MD, University of Pennsylvania Tammie C. Ferringer, MD, Geisinger Medical Center Upon completion of this course, participants should be Darius R. Mehregan, MD, Pinkus Dermatopathology Lab PC able to: Diya F. Mutasim, MD, University of Cincinnati • Gain historical perspectives of teledermatopathology. Rajiv M. Patel, MD University of Michigan • Understand the principles and practice of slide scan- Margot S. Peters, MD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester ning. • Use a new mobile application for differential diagnosis Upon completion of this course, participants should be in dermatopathology. able to: • Establish and set up a secure videoconferencing con- • Identify potential board examination topics. nection. • Utilize new technology to assist with various diagnoses • Choose an appropriate teleconferencing system. and treatment methods. • Use teledermatopathology for External Quality Assur- • Improve skills in clinicopathologic correlation. ance (EQA). 12 Preliminary Program www.asdp.org/AM12
  13. 13. Annual MeASDP 49th eting ASDP 49th Annual Meeting Optional Courses & Events President’s Reception and Banquet 2012 Founders’ Award Friday, October 12 Ronald P. Rapini, MD Jennifer M. McNiff, MD, President Josey Professor and Chair, Professor, Dermatology and Pathology Departments of Dermatology Director, Yale Dermatopathology University Texas Medical School and Yale University School of Medicine MD Anderson Cancer Center 7:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. The American Society of Red Lacquer Room, Dermatopathology Founders’ Award Palmer House Hilton honors individuals who have made significant contributions to the Tickets: $150 field of dermatopathology that are recognized by Tables: $975 dermatopathologists throughout the medical world. This (includes tickets for 10 participants) year, the award will be presented to Dr. Ronald P. Rapini at Tickets are required to attend. the President’s Banquet on Friday evening. Return to where it all began…. 2012 Walter R. Nickel Award The President’s Reception and Banquet will be held in Ronald J. Barr, MD the historic Red Lacquer Room at the Palmer House Director, Barr Dermatopathology Hilton where history was made for our society nearly 50 A Division of Laguna Pathology years ago. The Red Lacquer Room was the location of the Medical Group very first meeting of The American Society of Dermatopa- Professor Emeritus, Dermatology and thology in 1962. It seems fitting that we should return to Pathology, University of California, Irvine where it all began so many years ago! The Walter R. Nickel Award “A selected group of for Excellence in Teaching ofCome together dermatologists and Dermatopathology is awarded annually pathologists actively to honor an individual who has made great contributionswith friends and interested in the teaching in dermatopathology education. This year the Nickelcolleagues to of dermatopathology Award will be presented to Dr. Ronald J. Barr at the were invited to the initial President’s Banquet on Friday evening.celebrate our return organizational meeting and founding of the society.”to where it all began! – Preamble, The AmericanPurchase a reserved Society of Dermatopathol- ogy Constitution and Bylaws,table for 10 at the 1962 Visit www.asdp.org/AM12annual President’s for up-to-date meeting information. The story of the downtownReception and Chicago’s Palmer HouseBanquet and reunite Hilton is one of romance and charm. Potter Palmerwith colleagues and bought his socialite and philanthropist bride Bertha aformer fellows. grand Chicago hotel for his wedding gift. Tragically just thirteen days after its grand opening, the Palmer House fell victim to the Great Chica- go Fire. Determined to rebuild, Potter secured a $1.7 mil- lion loan and on November 8, 1873, the new Palmer House opened its doors. This marked the opening of what would become the nations’ oldest continually operating hotel. Bedecked with famed murals likened to the Sistine Chapel and sculptures for Louis Comfort Tiffany, the history of the celebrated Palmer house continues to impress even the most discriminating traveler. 13 Preliminary Program www.asdp.org/AM12
  14. 14. Annual MeASDP 49th eting ASDP 49th Annual Meeting Optional Courses & Events Self-Assessment in Dermatopathology assessment registrants will receive a link to the post- course online self-assessment by email approximately Course Director: two to three weeks after the Annual Meeting and have Lawrence E. Gibson, MD up to 30 days to complete it. Participants must complete Mayo Clinic, Rochester the post-course online self-assessment with a 50 percent 6.5 hours CME credit pass rate or better in order to claim CME credit. A CME/ 6.5 SAMs MOC certificate will be available to print upon successful 100 MOC SA Question Credits completion of the online post self-assessment.  This year, (2 hours for sessions A, B, C or D; 3.5 hours for discus- CME credit for the Self-Assessment sessions will not be sion and 1 hour for post-course online self-assessment) included on the Annual Meeting CME Certificates. Self- Fee: $205 per course Assessment participants must take the post-course online ONLINE REGISTRATION ONLY self-assessment to receive CME credit for this activity. Note: Self-Assessment sessions begin on time. Due to the The ASDP Annual Meeting Online Post Self-Assessment timed schedule of each session, doors will close promptly offers MOC-DP self-assessment credits to satisfy the at start time. Late arrivals will not be permitted. No re- American Board of Dermatology (ABD) Component 2 funds will be given for sessions missed due to tardiness. and the American Board of Pathology (ABP) Part II MOC requirements. Annual Meeting post-course online self- New This Year! Post-course online self-assessment. Par- assessment is also eligible for CME credits. ticipants will have the opportunity to study 50 challeng- ing slides representing a wide range of inflammatory and ABD SA — ASDP is a provider of Self-Assessments (SAs) neoplastic diseases during one of four identical sessions. for the Maintenance of Certification program of the Subsequently, there will be a single Self-Assessment Dis- American Board of Dermatology (ABD). The ASDP Self- cussion Session in which faculty members will review the Assessment in Dermatopathology course offers up to 100 diagnostic features of each case, as well as the differential MOC SA question credits. Participants must take the post- diagnosis. You must be registered for one of the Thursday course online self-assessment in order to claim SA points. or Friday courses (A, B, C or D) to attend the Discus- sion Session. Separate tickets are required to enter each ABP SAMs — ASDP is a provider of Self-Assessment course. The Self-Assessment Discussion Session will be Modules (SAMs) for Part II of the Maintenance of held Friday, Oct. 12, from 2 to 6 p.m. Certification program of the American Board of Pathology (ABP). The ASDP Self-Assessment in Dermatopathology A post-course online self-assessment will be offered after course offers six and a half (6.5) SAMs. Participants must the meeting where participants will have an opportunity take and pass the post-course online self-assessment with to study 25 core knowledge cases in addition to the 50 a 50% pass rate or better in order to claim SAMs, and advanced cases studied at the meeting. Registrants must may take the self-assessment as many times as needed to take the post-course online self-assessment in order achieve a passing score. to claim CME, SAMs or MOC SA question credits. Self- Thursday, October 11 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. Session A (Note: This session conflicts with Consultations 106, 107, 108, 109, 110 and 111) 3:15 p.m. – 5:15 p.m. Session B (Note: This session conflicts with Consultations 109, 110 and 111) Friday, October 12 7:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. Session C (Note: This session conflicts with Consultations 200, 201, 202, 203, 204 and 205) 10:00 a.m. – Noon Session D (Note: This session conflicts with Consultations 206, 207, 208) 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Self-Assessment Discussion (Note: This session conflicts with Consultations 209, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214, 215, 216 and 217) 14 Preliminary Program www.asdp.org/AM12
  15. 15. Annual MeASDP 49th eting ASDP 49th Annual Meeting Optional Courses & Events Self-Assessment in Dermatopathology (continued) Faculty: Upon completion of this course, participants should be Nicole Burkemper, MD, Saint Louis University able to: Loren E. Clarke, MD, Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical • Recognize key light microscopic features of common, Center/College of Medicine rare and unusual entities. Deborah L. Cook, MD, University of Vermont College of • Expand diagnostic skills by increasing familiarity with a Medicine variety of skin conditions. David A. Mehregan, MD, Wayne State University • Differentiate between diseases with similar or overlap- Margot S. Peters, MD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester ping histopathologic findings. Vijaya B. Reddy, MD, Rush University Medical Center • Incorporate new information gained from the presented Beth S. Ruben, MD, University of California, San Francisco cases into dermatopathology practice. Glynis A. Scott, MD, University of Rochester School of • Recognize areas where new information gained from Medicine the presented cases has identified potential practice Antonio Subtil, MD, MBA, Yale University gaps and altered performance related to the presented Sarah N. Walsh, MD, Cutaneous Pathology WCP cases. Laboratories, Inc. • Modify existing comfort level with the more common Roger H. Weenig, MD, University of Minnesota cases likely to be seen in daily practice. Kevin P. White, MD, Oregon Health and Science University Carilyn Wieland, MD, Mayo Clinic, Rochester Congratulations to the 2012 American Society of Dermatopathology Research Grant Recipients Jinah Kim, MD Kord S. Honda, MD Stanford University Medical Center Case Western Reserve University Examination of the Role of Pro-Prion Protein Staining in Primary Cilia in Spitz Nevi and Melanoma Spitzoid Melanoma The ASDP Dermatopathology Research Grant is administered by the Dermatology Foundation. www.dermatologyfoundation.org 15 Preliminary Program www.asdp.org/AM12
  16. 16. Annual MeASDP 49th eting ASDP 49th Annual Meeting Optional Courses & Events Consultations in Dermatopathology 1.25 CME credit per course Fee: $105 per course ONLINE REGISTRATION ONLY All courses use a 10-headed microscope with a class size of nine. Each session permits 30 minutes of study at individual microscopes followed by 45 minutes of interactive work with the course director. Registrants are limited to register in advance for a total of three Consultation in Dermatopathology courses. Once at the meeting, you may register for as many additional courses as you like, pending availability. A registration fee of $105 per course is required. Separate tick- ets are required to enter each course. Note: Select consultations with care. All selections are final. ASDP will not assist in the exchange, trading or resale of tickets prior to or during the annual meeting. Because the Consultations in Dermatopathology conflict with other courses at the annual meeting, online registration is required. If you need assistance with online registration, contact ASDP and staff will gladly assist you. Thursday, October 11 9:00 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. 100 Raymond L. Barnhill, MD The Difficult Melanocytic Lesion 101 Pedram Gerami, BS, MD Understanding and Interpreting FISH Results Including the Pitfalls When Evaluating Melanocytic Neoplasms 102 Lynn D. Cooper, MD A Fundamental/Algorithmic Approach to Atypical Lymphoid Infiltrates: Benign vs. Malignant 10:45 a.m. – Noon 103 M. Angelica Selim, MD Current Issues in Vulvar Pathology 104 David S. Cassarino, MD Inflammatory Conditions that can Mimic Atypical or Malignant Hematolymphoid Proliferations 105 Jacqueline M. Junkins-Hopkins, MD Instructive Cases in Cutaneous Lymphoma 1:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. 106 Beth S. Ruben, MD Nail Pathology 107 W. Clark Lambert, MD, PhD Dermatitis vs. Parapsoriasis/Prelymphoma vs. Mycosis Fungoides/ Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma - Skin Rash vs. Systemic Cancer 108 Steven D. Billings, MD Diagnostic Challenges in Cutaneous Soft Tissue Tumors 2:45 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. 109 Terry L. Barrett, MD Nevi and Malignant Melanoma from Specific Anatomic Sites 110 Gary Goldenberg, MD Dermatopathology of Rheumatologic Diseases 111 Maxwell A. Fung, MD Panniculitis and Other Puzzles 16 Preliminary Program www.asdp.org/AM12
  17. 17. Annual MeASDP 49th eting ASDP 49th Annual Meeting Optional Courses & Events Consultations in Dermatopathology (continued) Friday, October 12 7:00 a.m. – 8:15 a.m. 200 Hideko Kamino, MD Interesting Fibrohistiocytic Proliferations 201 Kapil Gupta, MD Dermatopathology Lessons from the Dermatology Clinic: Diagnostic Approach for Unique Inflammatory Cases and their Reportage 202 Geoffrey J. Gottlieb, MD Melanoma or Not? Bring Your Own Slides 8:45 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. 203 Klaus J. Busam, MD Interesting Cases from New York 204 Jag Bhawan, MD Mimickers in Dermatopathology 205 Raymond L. Barnhill, MD The Difficult Melanocytic Lesion 10:30 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. 206 Dirk M. Elston, MD Infections and Infestations 207 David S. Cassarino, MD Atypical and Malignant Adnexal Neoplasms 208 J. Andrew Carlson, MD Vasculitis and Lymphatic Diseases 1:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. 209 Timothy H. McCalmont, MD Cutaneous Spindle Cell Lesions by Light and IPX 210 Rajiv M. Patel, MD A Practical Pattern-based Approach to Cutaneous Soft Tissue Tumors 211 Shawn E. Cowper, MD Basic Alopecia 2:45 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. 212 Loren E. Golitz, MD Pediatric Dermatopathology 213 M. Angelica Selim, MD Current Issues in Vulvar Pathology 214 Leonard C. Sperling, MD Advanced Alopecia 4:30 p.m. – 5:45 p.m. 215 Philip E. LeBoit, MD Lessons I Have Learned From Difficult Cases 216 Uma Sundram, MD, PhD Difficult Cutaneous Lymphoma Cases from the Stanford Case Files 217 W. Clark Lambert, MD, PhD Dermatitis vs. Parapsoriasis/Prelymphoma vs. Mycosis Fungoides/ Cutaneous T Cell Lymphoma - Skin Rash vs. Systemic Cancer 17 Preliminary Program www.asdp.org/AM12
  18. 18. Annual MeASDP 49th eting ASDP 49th Annual Meeting Optional Courses & Events Consultations in Dermatopathology (continued) Saturday, October 13 7:00 a.m. – 8:15 a.m. 300 Timothy H. McCalmont, MD Cutaneous Spindle Cell Lesions by Light and IPX 301 Lynn D. Cooper, MD A Fundamental/Algorithmic Approach to Atypical Lymphoid Infiltrates: Benign vs. Malignant 302 Joan Guitart, MD Cutaneous Lymphocytic Infiltrates: Your Cases and Mine 8:45 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. 303 Beth S. Ruben, MD Nail Pathology 304 Mark Jacobson, MD The Titanic: Survival in the Age of the Superficial Biopsy 305 Jacqueline M. Junkins-Hopkins, MD Instructive Cases in Cutaneous Lymphoma 10:30 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. 306 Lawrence E. Gibson, MD Cutaneous Vasculitis: Selected Cases with Emphasis on Clinicopathologic Correlation 307 Molly A. Hinshaw, MD Oral Pathology 308 Dirk M. Elston, MD Tough Melanocytic Lesions 1:30 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. 309 George P. Lupton, MD Malignant Melanoma: Yes or No? 310 Clay J. Cockerell, MD Challenging Clinicopathologic Correlations 311 Philip E. LeBoit, MD Lessons I Have Learned From Difficult Cases 3:30 p.m. – 4:45 p.m. 312 Omar P. Sangueza, MD Vascular Lesions 313 Shawn E. Cowper, MD Basic Alopecia 314 Kathleen J. Smith, MD Staging Tools and Molecular Studies and their Application for Evaluation and Therapy of Melanocytic Neoplasms 5:15 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. 315 Terry L. Barrett, MD Nevi and Malignant Melanoma from Specific Anatomic Sites 316 Leonard C. Sperling, MD Advanced Alopecia 317 Antonio Subtil, MD, MBA Cutaneous B-Cell Lymphoma 18 Preliminary Program www.asdp.org/AM12
  19. 19. Annual MeASDP 49th eting ASDP 49th Annual Meeting Optional Courses & Events Consultations in Dermatopathology (continued) Sunday, October 14 7:00 a.m. – 8:15 a.m. 400 Rajiv M. Patel, MD A Practical Pattern-based Approach to Cutaneous Soft Tissue Tumors 401 Molly A. Hinshaw, MD Oral Pathology 402 Omar P. Sangueza, MD Vascular Lesions 8:30 a.m. – 9:45 a.m. 403 Pedram Gerami, BS, MD Understanding and Interpreting FISH Results Including the Pitfalls When Evaluating Melanocytic Neoplasms 404 Uma Sundram, MD, PhD Difficult Cutaneous Lymphoma Cases from the Stanford Case Files 405 Mai P. Hoang, MD Role of Immunnohistochemistry in Diagnosing Tumors of Cutaneous Appendages 10:15 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. 406 Geoffrey J. Gottlieb, MD Melanoma or Not? Bring Your Own Slides 407 Jinah Kim, MD, PhD Cutaneous Manifestations of Systemic Disease: Morphology, Molecules and More 408 David J. DiCaudo, MD Look-alikes in Neoplastic Dermatopathology Congratulations to the 2012 Dermatopathology Research Career Development Award Recipient Basil A. Horst, MD Columbia University Analysis of Inositol Polyphosphate 4-Phosphatase Type II in Melanocytic Lesions The Dermatopathology Research Career Development Award is administered by the Dermatology Foundation. www.dermatologyfoundation.org 19 Preliminary Program www.asdp.org/AM12
  20. 20. Annual MeASDP 49th eting ASDP 49th Annual Meeting Registration Register early and save. Non-Members – If you are a first-time attendee, you will Registration for the 49th Annual Meeting is open to mem- need to create a non-member profile to proceed with ber and nonmember physicians, including applicants for e-Registration. If you are a returning attendee and don’t ASDP membership, fellows in dermatopathology, resi- remember your login and/or password, use the “Forgot dents in dermatology or pathology, medical students and Login/Password” links and follow the prompts to register. non-physicians with an interest in the study of research of You’re done! Do not click the submit button more than skin. The established meeting registration fees are: once. This may result in multiple charges on your credit card. On or Before After Aug. 21 Aug. 21 and onsite ASDP Member $810 $890 REGISTRATION FOR OPTIONAL COURSES AND (Fellow, Associate and Non-Resident Associate) EVENTS IS ONLINE ONLY. ASDP Affiliate Member $870 $950 By Fax: First Year in Practice $600 $660 Fill out the registration form and fax to ASDP at (Fellow, Associate and Non-Resident Associate) +1-847-480-9282, 24 hours a day, seven days a week Nonmember $970 $1,050 until Sept. 21. Include your Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express number and expiration date. Fellow in Training Member $200 $275 Registration will not be processed without full payment. Fellow in Training Nonmember $290 $365 (Verification letter from training director required.) By Mail: Resident Member $200 $275 The American Society of Dermatopathology Resident Nonmember $235 $310 36446 Treasury Center (Verification letter from training director required.) Chicago, IL 60694-6400 Include a check or your Visa, MasterCard, Discover or Medical Student Member $75 $150 American Express number and expiration date. Registra- Medical Student Nonmember $100 $200 tions will not be processed without full payment. (Verification letter from Dean or school registrar required.) Early registration ends Aug. 21, 2012. Payment Advanced registration closes Sept. 25, 2012. All registration forms must be accompanied by check or credit card information (Visa, MasterCard, Discover and Registration fees include admission to all Plenary Program American Express only.) Make checks payable, in U.S. courses and sessions, Exhibit Hall, luncheons, continental funds only, to the American Society of Dermatopathology. breakfasts and refreshment breaks. Registrations will not be processed without full payment. Do not send duplicate copies of your registration to ASDP. Additional fees and online registration are required to The deadline for advance registration is Tuesday, Sept. 25. attend all Optional Courses and Events. Registration After Sept. 25, participants must register at the meeting fees for the Board Review Course are waived for medical in Chicago. students, residents and dermatopathology fellows, but registration is still required. It is the responsibility of all Confirmation attendees to make sure their schedules do not conflict Do not call ASDP to verify your registration. Each when registering for these courses. registrant will receive a written registration confirmation by e-mail within three weeks of registration being e-Registration received at ASDP. To register online: Go to www.asdp.org/AM12 Cancellations and Refunds Notification of cancellations must be submitted in writing ASDP Members – Anyone completing the registration on via mail, fax or e-mail. Cancellations received by Friday, your behalf must have your login and password to receive Sept. 21, will be refunded less a $75 cancellation fee. No the discounted member rate. refunds will be made for cancellations received after this date. There will be no provisions for partial registration fees or refunds for activities not attended. 20 Preliminary Program www.asdp.org/AM12
  21. 21. Annual MeASDP 49th eting ASDP 49th Annual Meeting Substitutions Hotel Accommodations Registration substitutions are allowed at any time but Chicago Hilton and Towers must be submitted in writing via mail, fax or e-mail by the 720 S. Michigan Ave. original registrant. Substitution requests must include the Chicago, IL 60605 USA name of the original registrant, copy of original registra- Phone: +1-312-922-4400 tion confirmation letter and the name of the substitute Fax: +1-312-922-5240 attendee. Substitutions must be of the same member Go to www.asdp.org/Hotel_and_travel.htm for a link to category or the difference will be charged. make your reservations online. CME Claims and Verification of Attendance Discount room rate deadline: September 20, 2012 You will receive a CME Claim form in your registration packet on which you are to indicate the number of CME ASDP has secured discounted rates with the Chicago hours you are claiming for this educational activity. The Hilton and Towers: number of CME credit available for each course is indi- • $269 single/double occupancy room cated by the course title in this program and on the CME • $294 triple occupancy room Claim form. The total number of CME credit hours cannot • $319 quad occupancy room exceed 35. Complete this form and submit it along with your session evaluation forms to the ASDP meeting regis- These special rates will be available to annual meeting tration desk. You must return this form in order to receive attendees, based on availability, for the nights of Wednes- appropriate CME credit. Your self-claimed CME credits will day, Oct. 10, through Sunday, Oct. 14, and three days pre be recorded after the annual meeting and an official CME and post meeting. Rates are subject to daily incidentals certificate will be mailed to you. Allow six to eight weeks and state and city taxes per room, per night. Cancellations for processing. Appropriate credit for attendance should must be made 48 hours before the day of arrival to avoid be ascertained and reported by individual physicians to a cancellation fee of one night’s room and tax. To reserve the particular state or medical society to which he/she a room, call the Chicago Hilton and Towers at +1-312-922- belongs. 4400. Be sure to identify yourself with ASDP in order to receive the discounted rate. Discounted rooms are sold on AAD CME Transcript/Award Program a first-come, first-served basis, and discounted room rates ASDP Annual Meeting attendees who are registered in the apply only to ASDP attendee reservations received before AAD CME Transcript/Award Program should login to the Sept. 20, provided rooms are still available in the ASDP AAD’s Online CME Transcript Program to enter credits for room block. Reservation requests made after this date will AAD recognized Category 1 CME Programs and record be confirmed on a space available basis at prevailing hotel credits for other educational activities not sponsored by rates. the Academy. The ASDP AAD program number is 254100. Air Travel Discounts Membership Business Meeting Airline reservations may be made through FCm Travel Members and nonmembers are invited to attend the ASDP Solutions, the preferred agency for the ASDP Annual Membership Business Meeting luncheon on Saturday, Oct. Meeting. FCm charges a processing fee on transactions. 13. The annual report to the membership will be distrib- International callers and callers in the state of Illinois call uted to each participant at the meeting. FCm Travel Solutions at +1-847-948-9111, ext. 3; callers from North America dial +1-866-341-7672. ASDP Career Center – It’s All About You The official ASDP career center is located on the Web site at www.asdp.org; however, the Society will make available employment boards at the annual meeting. Meeting reg- istrants can post positions available or resumes for other attendees to peruse. Plan to bring multiple copies. The Society will not make copies onsite. Special Needs ASDP provides services for persons with disabilities and special needs. Contact Chris Viglione at ASDP at +1-847-400-5820, ext. 244, or cviglione@asdp.org; if you will require special materials or services during the meet- ing. Requests must be made in writing before Sept. 30. Requests for special materials or services made after this date may not be accommodated. 21 Preliminary Program www.asdp.org/AM12
  22. 22. Annual MeASDP 49th eting ASDP 49th Annual Meeting Ground Transportation Car Rental From O’Hare International Airport, the Chicago Hilton and Avis Rent-a-car System Inc. is the official car rental Towers is approximately 18 miles (45 minutes) by car. Taxi service for the ASDP 49th Annual Meeting. Avis has a fare is approximately $45. facility conveniently located at all local airports (O’Hare International Airport and Chicago Midway Airport) From Chicago Midway Airport, the Chicago Hilton and and can provide discounted rates for annual meeting Towers is approximately 12 miles (25 minutes) by car. Taxi attendees. For details, call +1-800-331-1600 and indicate fare is approximately $35. AWD number J790331 to receive special pricing. Or visit the Avis Web site at http://www.avis.com. Public Transportation When taking public transportation to the Chicago Hilton Parking and Towers from O’Hare International Airport: Take CTA Valet parking is available at the Chicago Hilton and Tow- Blue Line train to the Jackson stop. This is the only ers. Rates are $57 plus tax per day for a 24-hour period subway train leaving O’Hare. Walk 0.6 miles southeast to with in/out privileges. Self-parking is available for $45 per 720 S. Michigan Ave. day. When taking public transportation to The Chicago Hilton Chicago Climate and Towers from Midway Airport: Take CTA Orange Line Temperatures in the Chicago area in October can range train to the Roosevelt stop. Walk 0.5 miles north to from 46°– 63° Fahrenheit (7° – 17° Celsius). Because 720 S. Michigan Ave. people have varying sensitivities to temperatures in hotel meeting rooms, please bring a sweater or other warm clothing to wear inside the hotel. For More Information The American Society of Dermatopathology 111 Deer Lake Road, Suite 100 Deerfield, IL 60015 Tel: +1-847-400-5820 Fax: +1-847-480-9282 E-mail: info@asdp.orgImportant Dates www.asdp.orgAug. 21 Early Registration Discount EndsSept. 20 Discount Hotel Room Rates ExpireSept. 21 Registration Cancellation DeadlineSept. 25 Advanced Registration Closes 22 Preliminary Program www.asdp.org/AM12

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