Dublin Pathology 2015 - Speakers Presentations

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Autopsy Pathology

SP ElliottToxicology: Interpretation for the Pathologist

SB LucasDiagnosis of Infection Sepsis and SIRS at Autopsy

ISD RobertsMinimally Invasive Coroner's Autopsy - The Present and (Near) Future


Breast Pathology - A Topical Miscellany

A Shaaban - The Management of B3 Lesions with Emphasis on Lobular Neoplasia

J Thomas - Update from The Sloane Project



A Fabre & E Molloy - Clinico-Pathological Correlations on Vasculitis

S SharmaSudden Cardiac Death in Athletes


Controversial Areas in Thoracic Tumours

S Lantuejoul From Research Bench to Patient - Impact and Future of Molecular Diagnostic Developments on Lung Cancer Pathology Practice

J McCarthyRole of Cytopathology in the 2015 Molecular Era

A NicholsonApproach to the Diagnosis of Rare and Unusual Lung Tumours


Digital Pathology

DRJ Snead - UK Perspective

S HewittDigital Pathology - Are we There Yet?


The Pathological Society Doniach Lecture

CS HerringtonMolecular Pathology: The Future? 


Gastrointestinal Neoplasia

D O'TooleBarrett's Oesophagus: An Evolving Challenge for the Gastroenterologist

C MuldoonThe Pathologist's Role in the Diagnosis and Management of Neoplasia in Barrett's Oesophagus

M ViethModern Management in IBD

M LoughreyThe Pathology of Colorectal Cancer Screening

I Nagtegaal - Predicting Lymph Node Metastatic Disease in pT1 Polyp Cancers


Melanocytic Lesions

W MooiBenign versus Malignant Melanocytic Lesions: Lesional Symmetry, Maturation and Ascent

T BrennSpitzoid Tumours  Part1  Part 2

Molecular Pathology - How We Use it Today

C CorlessNext Generation Sequencing: What Will it Mean for the Pathologist?

M PadillaCompanion Diagnostics: The Evolving Role of Diagnostic Pathology


Molecular Pathology Training in Europe

S Lishman - A UK Perspective

M Salto-Tellez - A Northern Ireland Perspective

B Terris - A French Perspective

B Tops - A Dutch Perspective 


Quality Assurance in Pathology

N SwanA National Framework for Quality Assurance in Cellular Pathology - The Irish Approach

D HughesThe Politics of EQA: The NHS England QA Review and its Consequences

E SheppardThe Role of Quality Assurance in the Molecular Laboratory

N Mayer & J OxleyHow to Run a Histopathology EQA in the Digital Age


Recent Advances in Familial Gynaecological Neoplasia

WG McCluggageTyping and Terminology - Tips on Key Diagnoses in Ovary, Fallopian Tube and Endometrium

B ClarkeIdentifying Hereditary Predisposition in Patients Presenting with Gynaecological Malignancies - An Update on Non-BRCA Non-Lynch Hereditary Gynaecological Cancer Syndromes

B ClarkeIdentifying Lynch Syndrome in Patients with Gynaecological Malignancies: Implementation of Reflex Testing and Its Implications

A GeorgeA Mainstreamed Oncogenetic Pathway Delivers Fast, Affordable Routine BRCA testing for Ovarian Cancer (OC) Patients


Renal Pathology, inc Renal EQA & Renal Transplant EQA

A DormanThrombotic Microangiopathy and the Kidney Part 1 Part 2



Difficult Exam Topics

C CorbishleyIntraoperative Diagnosis

M SheehanMacroscopic Examination

M LeaderSoft Tissue Sarcomas Part 1 Part 2

AM FlanaganPrimary Bone Tumours: Guiding Treatment using Histology and Molecular Genetic Alterations


Meet the Experts: How to Write a Paper and Get it Published

D Berney - Histopathology

CS Herrington - Journal of Pathology


Meet the Experts: Neuropathology for Generalists

M FarrellThe Neuropathology Port Mortem for Trainees

K KurianApproach to the Neuropathology of Brain Tumours


Undergraduate Engagement Forum

NP West - A Research Career in Pathology

J Doyle - Student Perception of Optimisation Compared with the Evidence of Optimisation in Paediatric Radiography Case Studies

J Murtagh - Design of a Paediatric Immobilisation Device for use in Radiographic Examinations


Update in Benign Gastrointestinal Disorders

M NovelliInfective Pathology in the Intestines Part 1 Part 2

G LauwersIatrogenic Pathology of the Intestines: The More You Look, The More You Find

P DemetterUnusual Colitides


Update in Genitourinary Pathology

S FlemingUpdate of the Classification of Renal Carcinomas

C CorbishleyUpdate in Penile Pathology: The New Dataset and Diagnostic Pitfalls

J ShanksUpdates in Bladder Cancer including the RCPath Dataset, Subtypes of Bladder Cancer and Molecular Developments Part 1 Part 2

T Ulbright"New" Observations About Old Entities in Testicular Pathology Part 1 Part 2

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