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Online Breast Pathology Course for Multi-Disciplinary Teams 1 Day Course Go-Live Date 13th March 2021

The new national breast Pathology Update Course is online and is aimed at Multi-Disciplinary Teams. Delivered by experts in the field with the opportunity for interactive discussion. Topics include Lectures; MDT Case Discussions, Refined Surgical techniques, Audit and Case Presentations.

0945-1030 Lecture

Update on Papillary lesions of the breast  

0945-1030 Lecture

Update on Papillary lesions of the breast  



Practical Nuggets 1: Sampling of Breast shavings  
Susan Pritchard, Consultant Breast Pathologist


Practical Nuggets 2: Common problems in everyday practice
Rebecca Millican-Slater, Consultant Breast Pathologist

1145-1215 Lecture

Risk factors for recurrence in women with DCIS treated with breast-conserving therapy  
Prof Cliona Kirwan, Consultant Breast Surgeon


1245-1330 Lecture 
Mesenchymal lesions of the breast in everyday practice
Clinton Boyd, Consultant Breast Pathologist

1330-1400 Audit Presentation
Inking breast samples – surgeon or pathologist?  
Yasmin Mir, Consultant Breast Pathologist

1400-1500 Multi-disciplinary Cases
Clinton Boyd, Yasmeen Mir, Susan Pritchard


1515-1600 Case presentations  
5 cases (1 case per speaker)
Rebecca Millican-Slater, Susan Pritchard,  

1600-1700 Lecture  
How we report PDL1  
Corrado D’ Arrigo, Poundbury Cancer Institute

Dr Iskander H. Chaudhry

Dr Iskander H. Chaudhry is a consultant histopathologist specialising in Skin Pathology at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital. He has varied experience working at St James’ Hospital, Stepping Hill Hospital and Manchester Royal Infirmary as a Skin and Soft Tissue Pathologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Manchester University.

He graduated from Manchester’s School of Medicine in 1996 and then embarked on a career in Pathology, training in the Mersey Deanery. In 2004 is was awarded a Fellowship at St. John’s Institute of Dermatology and trained as a dermatopathologist under Dr Eduardo Calonje and Dr Alistair Robson. In 2005, he received a visiting Fellowship to Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, USA for 3 months and trained under the supervision of Professor Martin Mihm Jr. He has an active role in teaching and is a founding member and on the organising committee of the London Dermatopathology Symposium, which is an International Scientific and Clinical Pathology meeting running in its 8th year.

He stood as an executive member on the national committee of the British Society of Dermatopathology and is secretary of the National Scientific Meeting of the Association of Clinical Pathologists.

Rebecca Millican-Slater

Yasmeen Mir

Susan Pritchard

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