ECP 2019 Preliminary Programme

11 ECP 2019 · Nice Further Sessions e ONE-DAY COMPUTATIONAL PATHOLOGY SYMPOSIUM (CP) The Computational Pathology Symposium will be organ- ised in conjunction with the ECP in 2019 for the fourth time. Previous versions were highly successful, attracting an audience consisting of pathologists, scientists and tech- nicians from hospitals, academia and industry. The sym- posium aims to be a forum for discussion and exchange of knowledge in the area of computational pathology. We bring together key speakers from both academia and indus- try to facilitate such interaction in the broadest possible manner. Topics of interest are algorithm development and validation, regulatory and usability issues, and clinical value. Panel discussions and demonstrations may be part of the program in addition to invited speakers. The sympo- sium is organised by Jeroen van der Laak, Darren Treanor, Nasir Rajpoot, Niels Grabe and Geert Litjens. Further information will soon be available online at e TWO-DAY MOLECULAR PATHOLOGY DIAGNOSTICS SYMPOSIUM (MD) For the fifth time in a row, the ESP is happy to announce that the Two-Day Symposium on Molecular Pathology Diagnostics and Translational Research will broaden the spectrum of the European Congress of Pathology. The symposium will take place on Monday, 9 September and Tuesday, 10 September 2019. Our increasing knowledge of the molecular basis of dis- ease opens the doors to new therapy options for cancer patients. The use of molecular data nowadays directly impacts patient treatment. The major goals for scientists working together with pathologists and clinicians in the field are to provide high-quality molecular diagnostics but at the same time to translate basic research discoveries into clinical practice. The symposium will address and discuss current advanc- es but also challenges and problem-solving approaches in the field of molecular pathology. Not only molecular biolo- gists but also pathologists and other participants are more than welcome to join this symposium. Topics include: e Preanalytics e Immunooncology: update on clinical studies and biomarkers e NGS – beyond mutation testing e Bioinformatics with focus on mutational signatures e Quality assurance and guidelines in molecular pathology e Novel technologies Organisers of the symposium: e Erik Jan Dubbink, The Netherlands e Frederick Klauschen, Germany e Marjolijn Ligtenberg, The Netherlands e Sabine Merkelbach-Bruse, Germany e Etienne Rouleau, France e Cristina Teixido, Spain e Bastian Tops, The Netherlands Further information will also be available online at . e REGISTRATION FEES (for ECP delegates the symposia are included in the registration fee) Registration and payment received by 2 July 2019 EUR after 2 July 2019 EUR Computational Pathology Symposium (8 September 2019)  90,00 120,00 Two-Day Molecular Pathology Diagnostics Symposium (9 / 10 September 2019) 160,00 220,00

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