An update on Diagnostic Challenges in Breast Pathology

Tuesday September 8, 2020
13:00-17:15 (UK) / 12:00-16:15 (GMT/UTC) / 08:00-12:15 (EDT)

About the masterclass

The International Society of Breast Pathology is delighted to announce its first online breast pathology masterclass, organised in partnership with Nottingham Breast Pathology Masterclass, the British Association of Pathology (ABP), the European Working Group for Breast Screening Pathology (EWGBSP) and the PathLAKE consortium.

This half-day online event, sponsored by Roche, covers the latest WHO updates on breast tumour classification, approaches to diagnosis of challenging lesions (metaplastic carcinoma, fibroepithelial lesions and breast cytology), and an update on the use of IHC and key molecular tests in breast pathology.

The programme brings together leading histopathologists and experts from around the world:

The programme

TopicSpeakerUK (GMT+1)GMT / UTCEDT
WelcomeProf Fernando Schmitt, Chair of ISPB &
Prof Emad Rakha
WHO Updates On Breast Tumour ClassificationProf Ian Ellis13:1012:1008:10
My Approach To The Diagnosis of Fibroepithelial LesionsProf Tan Puay Hoon13:4012:4008:40
My Approach To The Diagnosis of Breast Cytological SpecimensProf Fernando Schmitt14:2013:2009:20
The Molecular Tests That Pathologists Need To KnowProfJorge
IHC In Breast Pathology & PitfallsProf Emad Rakha15:5014:5010:50
My Approach To The Diagnosis of Metaplastic CarcinomasProf Cecily Quinn16:2515:2511:25
General Discussion17:0016:0012:00

The programme is moderated by Dr Areeg Abbas, Consultant Pathologist at Nottingham University Hospitals Trust

Download the programme here


The masterclass has been awarded 4 CPD points through the Royal College of Pathologists.


The course is free of charge to all delegates. It takes place online so you can join from your desktop, tablet or mobile phone, wherever you are.

Register here
(this link will take you to the registration page on the Royal College of Pathology website)

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