Optimal Tissue Acquisition and Optimal Pathology Outcomes: Sharing Best Practice for Oncology Patients in the Era of Personalised Care. Supported by Astra Zeneca

21 July 2022
Australia
Venue - Online
CPD hours available

RANZCR is excited to announce the next upcoming webinar within RANZCR’s webinar Series.

Topic: Optimal Tissue Acquisition and Optimal Pathology Outcomes: Sharing Best Practice for Oncology Patients in the Era of Personalised Care

 

Proudly supported by Astra Zeneca
Thursday July 21 | 6:30−8:00pm AEST

 

Successful tissue acquisition is critical when determining suspected malignancy in a patient. In the era of precision care, appropriate tissue samples are essential to assess for specific biomarkers and the subsequent utility of evidence-based medicine. Interventional radiology is necessary to conduct tissue acquisition when surgery is not appropriate. Understanding the tissue pathway and requirements from a pathology perspective support the utility of precision care for patients with malignancy.

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Optimal technique for tissue acquisition
  • Management of challenging patient presentation
  • Tissue pathway from acquisition to pathology interrogation
  • Pathology requirements of tissue sampling to support optimal patient management
  • Best practice for collaborative radiology and pathology outcomes

Please pre submit any questions during registration which will be answered on the night. Alternatively, there will be a chat box available on the webinar platform for questions to be asked while the webinar is taking place.

 

Meet our guest speakers and meeting chair:

Dr Hao Xiang

Dr Hao

Dr Hao Xiang trained in radiology at Concord Hospital. After finishing general radiology training, he undertook an interventional radiology fellowship with the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. Currently he is a staff specialist at Concord Hospital and VMO at Liverpool Hospital. His interests include general interventional radiology, interventional pain management, and interventional oncology. 

A/ Prof Trishe Leong

A Prof Trishe Leong

A/Prof. Leong is the Medical Director of Pathology and Director of Anatomical Pathology at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne. A/Prof. Leong is also the current Vice President of the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia having previously served as the International Vice President of the Australasian Division of the International Academy of Pathology. A/Prof Leong is responsible for supervision of the solid tumour molecular and NGS testing service at St Vincent’s Melbourne, and has a keen interest in making molecular pathology part of routine diagnostics and accessible to everyone.

A/ Prof Lloyd Ridley: Meeting Chair

A Prof Lloyd Ridley

After training at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, A/Prof Lloyd Ridley worked at Concord Hospital in Sydney where he was the Director of the Department of Radiology for over 10 years. He has been extensively involved with radiology training in NSW. A/Prof Lloyd Ridley has a strong academic background, having published over 200 articles.  His research covers a broad range of topics including cardiac imaging, pulmonology, respiratory medicine and body imaging. He has been performing CT coronary angiography for over 20 years and has convened three conferences on cardiovascular CT. His expertise includes performing CT colonography. He has an honorary Clinical Associate Professor appointment with the University of Sydney and maintains an appointment with Concord Hospital.

 

    Registrations are open!  Registration is free for RANZCR members and Non-Members

 

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