Head and Neck Pathology: Practical Approach and Emerging Issues

Program Overview

The 2021 digital conference, Head and Neck Pathology: Practical Approach and Emerging Issues, aims to provide practical reviews of recently described entities and contemporary approaches to commonly encountered diagnostically challenging areas of head & neck pathology. In addition to expert faculty from the University of Toronto, Dr. Justin Bishop of the University of Texas – Southwestern, a world-renowned expert and a major contributor to the last WHO H&N classification of tumors will provide details on emerging entities in head and neck pathology. Stay tuned for detailed agenda.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this conference, the participants will be able to:

  1. Recognize new entities in salivary gland and paranasal sinus
  2. Identify relevant histopathologic correlates and cytopathologic correlates of thyroid gland disease
  3. Understand PD-L1 relevance and interpretation in H&N malignancy
  4. Review and describe common and challenging skin lesions arising in the head and neck
  5. Report clinically relevant histologic findings and ancillary tests to personalize patient management


Target Audience

  • Anatomic Pathologists
  • Oral Pathologists
  • Surgical Pathologists
  • Pathologist Assistants
  • Residents/Fellows