Program

Draft Program – times & talks subject to change.

Session descriptions click here: https://ontariopathologists.org/2019-annual-meeting/program/session-descriptions/

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19

1900-2000 Registration

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20

0715-0815 Sponsored Breakfast
0815-0830 Welcome/Opening Remarks/Announcements
Anna Plotkin
0830-1130 Political and Economical Updates
0830-0915 Managing the Clinical Laboratory – The Path to Success as Laboratory Medical Director Russell Price
0915-1000 OMA Lab Section Update Victor Tron
1000-1045 Refreshment Break, Exhibits & Poster Display
1045-1100 Annual Business Meeting
1100-1135 CCO Update Aaron Pollett
1135-1230 Lunch in the Exhibit Hall & Poster Display
1230-1330 Transitioning Towards a New Competency-based Continuous Professional Development Model
Craig Campbell
1330-1430 Placental Pathology in Maternal Hypertensive Disorders
Janice Lage
1430-1500 Break
1500-1700 Biomarkers in Gynecological Pathology: Tales from the Morphomolecular Frontier
Blaise Clarke, Marjan Rouzbahman, Gulisa Turashvili
1700-1800 Poster Display & Free Time
1800-2000 Welcome Reception with the Exhibitors – Join Anna Plotkin and the OAP Board at this casual, relaxed, social with complimentary Hors d’oeuvres & refreshments.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21

0730-0830 Sponsored Breakfast
0830-1000 Part 1 – Precision Medicine Starts With Us: Integrating biomarker testing into routine pathology practice
Jean Claude Cutz
1000-1030 Refreshment Break – Exhibits & Poster Display
1030-1145 Part 2 – Precision Medicine Starts With Us: Integrating biomarker testing into routine pathology practice
Jean Claude Cutz
1145-1215 Forensic Updates
Michael Pollanen
1215-1315 Technology Improvements, Evolving Practice, Mitigating Threats: Update on Canada’s Blood Supply
Robert C. Skeate
(ORBCON)
1315-1400 Artificial intelligence and machine learning: what are the implications for pathology?
Corwyn Rowsell
1400-1430 Refreshment Break – Exhibits & Poster Display – (Exhibits Tear Down)
1430-1530 Challenges of Diagnosis of Lymphoma in the Community Setting
Christopher Howlett
1530-1900 Free time
1800-1830 Resident & Faculty Networking Reception
1830-2200 Evening of Entertainment