University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Department of Pathology WWW Site

CONFERENCE ACCESS FOR PATHOLOGY FACULTY AND RESIDENTS

As the Department has grown with many of us away from our Oakland hub, we have recognized a need to provide continuing educational opportunities to department members. To this end we have set-up a system that should allow you to access from remote sites.

Beginning the week of March 4, 2002, we will begin broadcasting our Seminars in Laboratory Medicine/Current Topics in Laboratory Medicine (12:00 Noon, Monday), Departmental Seminar (12:00 Noon, Wednesday), Diagnostic Pathology Conference (12:00 Noon, Thursday). In real time, you may log onto these conferences through our department website and experience the audio and visual components of the lectures. If you miss the talk, the lectures will be archived (Except the SLM lectures and unless the Presenter objects) and can be accessed through the same log on mechanism.

Please get in touch with the Department of Pathology, UPMC if you would like to join our LIVE Webinar sessions.
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Comments, Suggestions, and Questions
If you have any ideas, suggestions, or questions, we would love to hear them. Email DPIG at UPMC and let us know what you think. We have the personnel and resources to make this a success - we need your help refining and bolstering the utility of this function.

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The Teleconferencing Committee
Department of Pathology, UPMC

Conference webcast service is provided by DPIG, UPMC
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Archived conferences
L I V E Sessions


Please get in touch with the Department of Pathology, UPMC if you would like to join our LIVE Webinar sessions.
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Most recent conferences
Thursday, March 12
Cytology Educational Activity
"OMNYX ~ HISTORY / CURRENT GOALS / PREDOUCT / DESIRE TO COLLABORATE"
Samuel A. Yousem, M.D.
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Thursday, March 5
Anatomic Pathology Grand Rounds
"Molecular pathology of 'gliomas': Recent developments & applications in diagnostic surgical neuropathology"
Scott Kulich , M.D., Ph.D.
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Wednesday, February 25
Departmental Seminar
"Epigenome Modification in the Pathophysiology of Phenylalanine Intoxication”
Steven F. Dobrowolski, Ph.D.
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Thursday, February 19
Cytology Educational Activity
"Cytology Grand Rounds"
Rebecca Ocque, M.D.
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Thursday, February 12
Anatomic Pathology Grand Rounds
"Approach to Salivary Gland Tumor Biopsies"
Raja Seethala M.D.
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Thursday, February 5
Cytology Educational Activity
"Mostly Soft Tissue Lesions"
Christopher Griffith, M.D., Ph.D.
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Thursday, January 29
Anatomic Pathology Grand Rounds
"Fellow Presentations"
Justin Fender, M.D., Oleksandr Yergiyev, M.D.
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Thursday, January 29
Cytology Educational Activity
"Didactic"
Rebecca Ocque, M.D.
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Thursday, January 22
Anatomic Pathology Grand Rounds
"Intraocular Tumors"
Charleen T. Chu, M.D., Ph.D.
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Thursday, January 15
Anatomic Pathology Grand Rounds
"The Paris System for Reporting Urinary Cytopathology"
Juan Xing, M.D.
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Thursday, January 15
Cytology Educational Activity
"EBUS and EUS guided FNA for Mediastinal Lesions"
Sara E. Monaco, M.D.
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Wednesday, January 14
Departmental Seminar
"Implications of Molecular Advances in Thyroid Pathology”
Sylvia Asa, M.D, PhD., FRCPC, FCAP
Toronto General Hospital, Toronto, Ontario, CA
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Thursday, December 18
Cytology Educational Activity
"Cytology Grand Rounds"
Rebecca Osque, M.D.
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Thursday, December 11
Anatomic Pathology Grand Rounds
"The spectrum of Large/Giant Congenital Nevi, Congenital Melanoma and Neurocutaneous Melanocytosis. New genotype/phenotype correlations"
Miguel Reyes-Mugica, M.D.
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Future conferences:
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