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We offer 4 types of live events, all at 12PM EST, including:

  • Webinars*: Lectures with question and answers at the end.
  • Slide sessions*: Digital slide review with experts
  • Journal Club: Live discussion of three articles, third Wednesday of each month, archives free to all here.
  • Podcasts: Interviews with experts and authors of recent publications, free to listen here.

 

* Open to all live, archives available to ISGyP members only. Information on membership here.

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  • ISGyP LiVE Slide Session – Low grade endometrial endometrioid carcinoma and its diagnostic mimics. Dr. C Matthew Quick

    November 05, 2020, 2. Slide session

    This didactic session features discussion of cases on a relevant topic using scanned histologic sections selected and presented by ISGyP faculty.

  • ISGyP LiVE Podcast – Pathologic features of atypical endosalpingiosis. Dr. Karen Talia

    November 11, 2020, 4. Podcast

    Dr. Karen Talia shares with us her insights on her recent study on the clinical and pathologic characterization of the so-called atypical endosalpingiosis, published in the International Journal of Gynecological Pathology (https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31033796/).

  • ISGyP LiVE Journal Club – Gynecologic cytopathology

    November 18, 2020, 3. Journal Club

    Dr. Natalie Banet moderates the discussion of studies pertinent to the practice of Gynecological Pathology, led by pathology trainees.

  • ISGyP LiVE Webinar – Precursors of Vulvar Squamous Cell Carcinoma. Dr. Blake Gilks

    December 03, 2020, 1. Webinar
  • ISGyP LiVE Podcast – The genomics of Female Adnexal Tumor of Probable Wolffian Origin (FATWO). Dr. Jelena Mirkovic

    December 09, 2020, 4. Podcast

    Dr. Jelena Mirkovic shares her journey in the investigation of mesonephric and mesonephric-like neoplasia in the gynecologic tract, including her recent genomic characterization of FATWO published in the International Journal of Gynecological Pathology (https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30134342/).

  • ISGyP LiVE Journal Club – Ovarian Epithelial Tumors

    December 16, 2020, 3. Journal Club

    Dr. Natalie Banet moderates the discussion of studies pertinent to the practice of Gynecological Pathology, led by pathology trainees.