The course is organized as a theoretical-practical review of relevant aspects of haematopathology. The course is designed to be very interactive. The faculty will give lectures, show typical morphologic entities and discuss how to approach specific issues in multiheaded microscopes (two 16 headed microscopes and 2 microscopes with projection screens), dividing the attendants into 4 different groups. The attendants will rotate through the different settings, so everyone has similar exposure to the invited faculty, cases and settings. The course is limited to 90 individuals in order to accommodate everybody at the practical sessions. An option to attend the lectures only is also available with a lower registration fee and limited to 125 individuals plus.
T-cell lymphomas; Laurence de Leval Cutaneous lymphomas; Steven H. Swerdlow Genetics of acute leukemia; Adam Bagg Lymphomas involving the bone marrow; Robert Paul Hasserjian Marginal zone B-cell lymphomas; Steven H. Swerdlow Genetics of small B-cell lymphomas; Adam Bagg MPN diagnosis and Classification; Robert Paul Hasserjian Hodgkin lymphomas; Laurence de Leval Join meeting with Catalan Society for Pathology. Thymomas and their Differential Diagnosis; Robert Paul Hasserjian MDS and MDS/MPN Diagnosis and Classification; Robert Paul Hasserjian Genetics of MPN and MDS; Adam Bagg Aggressive B-cell lymphomas; Steven H. Swerdlow Pearls and pitfalls in the diagnosis of atypical and reactive lymphoid proliferations; Laurence de Leval