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Save $200. Pre-register by January 31.

Pre-register by January 31, 2023 and take advantage of the best in-person rate for CAP23. Registration passes are 100% refundable until September 15, so join us in Chicago for a vibrant meeting experience.

Sharing Knowledge, Connecting Community

Meet your practice challenges head-on with insights and tools from the brightest minds in pathology while creating lifelong connections you will treasure.

Save $200. Pre-register by January 31.

Pre-register by January 31, 2023 and take advantage of the best in-person rate for CAP23. Registration passes are 100% refundable until September 15, so join us in Chicago for a vibrant meeting experience.

CAP22 is Designed Around You

You’re on your own distinct path. Be it your first year or 21st year in practice, you need an immersive experience as unique as you are.

That’s why we’ve created four distinct learning paths. Leverage the collective knowledge of CAP member experts with 90+ comprehensive, relevant courses, roundtable discussions, and networking events, all focused on you.

Get a Strong Start

Rise to the challenge of demanding workflows as a new pathologist and focus on the professional development you need to successfully start and chart a plan for your career.

Grow as a Leader

Take on new challenges as you grow your practice and leadership skills to advance into the next stage of your career.

Keep Abreast of Innovation

Learn how to implement the latest scientific innovations into your practice with expert instruction focused on practical application.

Broaden Your Influence

Learn from and share with others by making new connections and strengthen your advocacy knowledge by keeping up with the latest developments in regulatory and policy changes.
FULL-DAY COURSE

A Practical and Contemporary Approach to Soft Tissue Tumor Pathology

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 8  |  9:00 AM – 5:00 PM  |  IN-PERSON  |  6.00 CME CREDITS

Join our team of renowned experts on Sunday, October 8, as they present a practical approach to soft tissue tumor pathology. Faculty will provide a contemporary update through didactic, case-based, and interactive approaches to facilitate learning. This full-day course will cover a broad range of challenging topics encountered in surgical pathology practices.

Topics include spindle cell tumors, pleomorphic and round cell sarcomas, and adipocytic and vascular neoplasms, as well as special topics such as pediatric tumors and mesenchymal neoplasms of the head and neck. Throughout the course, faculty will emphasize the judicious application of immunohistochemistry (introducing recently developed diagnosis markers) and the role of molecular diagnostics.

This course will also feature interactive exercises illustrating diagnostic approaches to other selected topics in soft tissue tumor pathology, including myxoid soft tissue tumors, acral mesenchymal tumors, and next-generation sequencing.

This advanced-level, full-day course targets general surgical pathologists with exposure to diagnosing soft tissue tumors.

Learning Objectives

  • Develop a strategy to distinguish among soft tissue tumors with prominent myxoid stroma.
  • Apply immunohistochemistry for the differential diagnosis of head and neck soft tissue tumors and spindle cell sarcomas.
  • Identify immunohistochemistry and molecular techniques for the differential diagnosis of pediatric fibroblastic tumors.
  • Apply immunohistochemistry to aid in the diagnosis of recently described soft tissue tumors, novel markers to aid in the diagnosis of vascular tumors, the differential diagnosis of round cell sarcomas, and adipocytic tumors.
  • Recognize the key histologic features of fascicular spindle cell sarcomas, round cell sarcomas, recently described soft tissue tumors, and mesenchymal neoplasms with a predilection for the head and neck.
  • Identify key histologic features to distinguish among vascular neoplasms.
  • Analyze the key clinical and histologic features of pediatric fibroblastic tumors.
  • Identify the contemporary classification of adipocytic neoplasms.
  • Order next-generation sequencing in select circumstances to help diagnosis soft tissue tumors.

Course Director

Jason L. Hornick, MD, PhD, FCAP, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School

Course Faculty

  • Jessica Davis, MD, FCAP, Indiana University School of Medicine
  • Brendan C. Dickson, MD, Mount Sinai Hospital, University of Toronto
  • Karen Fritchie, MD, Cleveland Clinic

Access CAP22 On-Demand Courses Now

Continue your learning through the holidays! CAP22 attendees have access to the cutting-edge course materials and on-demand recordings till January 31, 2023.

CAP23 Abstract Program

The CAP23 Abstract Program is designed to promote a broad range of research in pathology. Submissions will be accepted beginning January 9th through March 10th.
SCIENTIFIC PLENARY

Beyond Normal Limits: Uplifting Inclusivity Within Laboratory Medicine

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9 | 1:00 PM – 2:15 PM | IN-PERSON, VIRTUAL
The discussion will cover deriving inclusive reference intervals representative of gender and race diversity, evaluate the clinical laboratory as a key stakeholder in propagating change, and elaborate on the responsibility pathologists and medical scientists have in mitigating negative implications of scientific “isms.”
HOT TOPIC

Can You Bank on Your Blood Supply: Using Blood Wisely and in Shortages

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8 | 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM | IN-PERSON, VIRTUAL

Matthew Karafin, MD, FCAP and Glenn E. Ramsey, MD, FCAP will synthesize multidisciplinary transfusion practice recommendations for all blood components into a logical framework applicable to blood management programs, and electronic guidance for blood ordering. Participants will use audience response technology to share benchmarking information on their current practices and learn how to apply up-to-date guidelines.

Register Today

Join your peers for this one-of-a-kind experience.

In-Person CME Pass

Starting at $249
Free for medical students

Virtual CME Pass

Starting at $75
Free for medical students

Networking Pass

Starting at $99
Free for medical students

Thank You to Our CAP22 Annual Meeting Sponsors

Paths

Broaden Your Influence

Looking for more ways to participate and share your expertise? CAP22 is one of the greatest opportunities you’ll find to make connections, exchange insights, and expand your view of the profession with new perspectives.

This learning path was created for pathologists who want to help shape the future of laboratory medicine at the local, state, federal, or global level through advocacy, influence, and collaboration with like-minded peers.

Be sure to review our full agenda for more ways to help you broaden your influence.

Attending this meeting offers such a great place to interact with your professional colleagues that you may not see, but once a year. You arrive back home with a new fund of knowledge, a greater awareness of the issues, and feel invigorated with the professional interactions that you have just had.
Diana Cardona, MD, FCAP

2022 Fall House of Delegates Meeting

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8 | 9:00 AM – 3:45 PM | IN-PERSON, VIRTUAL

Get involved with what matters most to you as both a pathologist and a member of the CAP. The House of Delegates meeting is an ideal forum for you to engage with CAP leadership, and a chance for CAP leadership to gain your insights on the needs of pathologists.
Featured Event

Pioneers in Pathology Annual Lecture

MONDAY, OCTOBER 10 | 1 PM CDT

The American Board of Pathology: 85 Years of Service to the Public and the Profession.
Join Rebecca L. Johnson, MD, FCAP on a look back on the American Board of Pathology and the journey to board certification.

Be sure to review our full agenda for more ways to help you broaden your influence. View Agenda

Register Today

Join your peers for this one-of-a-kind experience.

In-Person CME Pass

Starting at $249
Free for medical students

Virtual CME Pass

Starting at $75
Free for medical students

Networking Pass

Starting at $99
Free for medical students