Pathology At The Speed Of Thought

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Interactive Uterine Pathology- New Entities, Tools & Reporting Recommendations

Interactive Uterine Pathology- New Entities, Tools & Reporting Recommendations

November 6 - 8, 2019

Physicians Can Earn A Maximum Of 16 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits
Physicians Can Earn A Maximum Of 16 SAM Credit Hours
USCAP Member $749, Non-Member $999, Pathologist-in-Training $599
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Charles Matthew Quick

Charles Matthew Quick, MD
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Course Director

Charles "Matt"hew Quick is an Associate Professor of Pathology at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock, Arkansas. He serves as the Director of Gynecologic Pathology, the Surgical Pathology Fellowship and Anatomic Pathology Education for the Department of Pathology. Additionally, he is the Clinical Director of the Endocrine & Reproduction Module for the College of Medicine where he has won numerous awards for student and resident education. Dr. Quick has taught multiple Interactive Microscopy courses for the USCAP over the past three years, and believes it is the best medium for learning surgical pathology. His research interests include gynecologic precancers, endometrial carcinoma and vulvar neoplasia. His free time is spent with this wife Shelly and children, Dexter, Bernice and Alice.

Vinita Parkash

Vinita Parkash, MD
Yale University School of Medicine

Dr. Parkash is an internationally renowned gynecological pathologist and currently serves as the Director of Quality and Safety in the Department of Pathology at the Yale School of Medicine. She is working towards her Masters in Public Health, in Health Policy and Management at the Yale School of Public Health. She is the founding Co-chair of Education Committee of the International society of Gynecological Pathology and moderates the Gynecological Pathology Discussion Forum, an international Gynecological Pathology List-serve. She has taught several gynecological pathology courses nationally and internationally. She also teaches Pathology and Gynecology residents at YSM, where she has received accolades and awards as a teacher.

Carlos Parra-Herran

Carlos Parra-Herran, MD
University of Toronto-Sunnybrook Health Sciences

Dr. Parra-Herran is a gynecologic pathologist at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and assistant professor at University of Toronto. He completed his residency training at University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital, followed by fellowships in gynecologic and obstetric pathology at Harvard Medical School/Brigham and Women's Hospital, and breast pathology at University of Toronto. His primary research interests include the morphologic and molecular characterization of cervical glandular, uterine mesenchymal and ovarian epithelial neoplasia. He is the author of several clinical and scientific peer-reviewed manuscripts. He serves on the editorial board of PathologyOutlines.com. He has served as teaching faculty at the Canadian Association of Pathologists (CAP-ACP) and USCAP meetings and currently chairs the Executive Committee of the CAP-ACP interest group in Gynecologic Pathology.

Joseph T. Rabban

Joseph T. Rabban, MD, MPH
University of California San Francisco (UCSF)

Dr. Rabban received his undergraduate degree at Brown University; his Medical Degree at Harvard Medical School and Master of Public Health at Harvard School of Public Health.  He completed Anatomic Pathology residency, General Surgical Pathology Fellowship, and Cytopathology Fellowship at University of California San Francisco.  He completed subspecialty fellowship in gynecologic and breast pathology at Massachusetts General Hospital.  Dr. Rabban is currently Professor in the Pathology Department at University of California San Francisco where he is the director the gynecologic pathology fellowship.   In keeping with his interest in education, Dr. Rabban is the Chair of the Education Committee of the International Society of Gynecological Pathologists and a member of the Education Committee of the International Gynecological Cancer Society.  He has taught and directed numerous CME courses for USCAP, American Society for Clinical Pathology, College of American Pathologists and the International Academy of Pathology.  He has authored numerous peer-reviewed research articles, clinical reviews, and book chapters in diagnostic gynecologic pathology.  Dr. Rabban also is Associate Editor of the International Journal of Gynecological Pathology.  His particular interests are in evidence-based ovarian and endometrial tumor classification, immunohistochemistry, and hereditary tumor syndromes in gynecologic pathology.