Exploring the technologies that are changing the approach to breast diseases, their diagnosis and management.


Join us and our array of renowned guest speakers for a comprehensive update on all aspects of screening including performance indicators as well discussions around diagnostic challenges in implant assessment, preoperative imaging and day to day challenges in a busy breast practice.

This is your annual one-stop CME activity, featuring guest speakers and local UofT faculty.

Keynote Speaker

Dr. Peter R. Eby

Peter R. Eby MD, FACR, FSBI
Section Head of Breast Imaging
Virginia Mason Franciscan Health
Department of Radiology

Peter R. Eby completed his undergraduate degree with Honors in Biological Anthropology at the University of Washington and received his MD from Vanderbilt University. He completed his residency in Diagnostic Radiology and fellowships in Emergency Radiology and Breast Imaging at the University of Washington. He is now Section Head of Breast Imaging for Virginia Mason Franciscan Health in Seattle where he is certified in Advanced Virginia Mason Production System techniques that place the patient first and prioritize value and quality outcomes over quantity. Dr. Eby has published research on breast MRI, mammography and image-guided breast procedures. He serves on the Board of the Society of Breast Imaging, the ACR BI-RADS Committee and chairs the Screening and Emerging Technology Committee for the ACR Breast Commission. Dr. Eby trains medical residents in clinical breast imaging and image-guided breast interventions. He firmly believes that studying and working in a field you enjoy will lead to happiness and success however you choose to measure it.

Guest Speaker

Jeanne Beker

Jeanne Beker Canadian TV Personality
Cancer Patient

Having started her professional show biz career at the age of 16, Jeanne Beker studied acting in New York and mime in Paris before moving to St. John’s Newfoundland in 1975 to cover arts for CBC radio. Three years later, she landed a job at Toronto’s CHUM radio, and in 1979, helped launch the ground-breaking series, The New Music, on CITY TV, which she co-hosted for 6 years. A founding member of MuchMusic, Jeanne continued to trail blaze and in 1985, launched the legendary Fashion Television, which she presented in over 130 countries for 27 years. A seasoned newspaper columnist and features writer, Jeanne was editor-in-chief of FQ and SIR magazines from 2003 to 2008, has authored five books and is a frequent keynote speaker and guest on myriad lifestyle shows, as well as a regular featured columnist for several publications. She’s been at the creative helm of numerous fashion lines under her own eponymous label, and since 2015, has been Style Editor for The Shopping Channel, where she currently hosts the series “Style Matters”. Active with several charitable organizations, she has received honorary doctorates from St. Mary’s University and OCAD University, and is the recipient of numerous awards, including a Special Achievement Award from the Canadian Academy of Cinema and Television and a Crystal Award from Toronto Women in Film and Television. Jeanne was inducted into the American Marketing Association’s Hall of Legends in 2015 and received a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame in 2016. In 2014, she was named to the Order of Canada.