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New York Pathological Society Present Annual Residents Forum

Thursday, March 29, 2018

131 E 76th Street, Einhorn Auditorium of Lenox Hill Hospital

Registration is free.

Reservations are required for buffet, so please RSVP.


6 pm    Podium Presentations  
1.  Sofia Taboada, Mt Sinai Medical Center:  P53 Aberrations Correlate with Immature Plasma Cell Morphology in Multiple Myeloma
2.  Jack Jacob, Montefiore Medical Center: Does APOL1 Status Correlate with a Distinct Histopathologic Pattern in the Placenta?
3.  Arash Lahouti, Lenox Hill Hospital: NKX3.1:  A Potential Marker for Sertoli Cells
4.  Elaine Zhong, Weill Cornell Medicine: Determination of T for AJCC TNM Classification of Breast Carcinoma:
               Staging Implications of Utilizing Imaging Studies & Gross Examinations vis a vis Microscopic Evaluations
5.  Rong Xia, SUNY Downstate Medical Center:  Computational Image Analysis to Distinguish Well-Differentiated Hepatocellular Carcinoma and Normal Liver Tissue
7 pm       Drinks & Buffet – RSVP
7:45 pm  Lecture:  Cancer Staging: A Tale of Bias, Biostatistics and Pathology
               Mithat Gonen, PhD – Chief, Biostatistics Service, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

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Residents are encouraged to submit their research abstract. To find out more click here.