Dr Arno van Leenders on “Radical prostatectomy assessment anno 2021” – July 2021

Dr Arno van Leenders talks about the prognostic factors in Radical prostatectomies specimens and nerve sparing.

Prof Glen Kristiansen on ” Diagnostic Criteria for Prostate Cancer and Mimics” – June 2021

Prof Glen Kristiansen is Chair of the Institute of Pathology at the University of Bonn. He established a reference center for GU pathology and he is involved in German guideline development and Iectures regularly nationally (e.g. IAP) and internationally on GU and molecular pathology. In everyday work life he is deeply involved with patient care … Continue reading Prof Glen Kristiansen on ” Diagnostic Criteria for Prostate Cancer and Mimics” – June 2021

Dr Sean Williamson on “Emerging entities in renal tumor pathology: Which are ready for diagnostic practice?” – May 2021

Dr Sean R. Williamson, MD is the Director of Genitourinary Pathology at the Cleveland Clinic. He is co-author of a recently-released textbook Atlas of Genitourinary Pathology and is a lead author for multiple sections in the upcoming 5th edition of the WHO Classification of the GU tract.

Dr Steven Shen on “Involvement of Prostate by Urothelial Carcinoma in Patients with Bladder Cancer” – April 2021

Dr. Shen is a general surgical pathologist with subspecialty interest in genitourinary pathology. After completing his residency training in Anatomical and Clinical Pathology and fellowship training in Surgical Pathology, Dr. Shen became an assistant professor at Baylor College of Medicine (2002-2003) before joining the Department of Pathology and Genomic Medicine at Houston Methodist Hospital (Houston, … Continue reading Dr Steven Shen on “Involvement of Prostate by Urothelial Carcinoma in Patients with Bladder Cancer” – April 2021

Dr Ken Iczkowski “How the ISUP’s Efforts to Promote Prostate Cancer Grading Concordance Can Help You” – February 2021

Dr. Iczkowski is a subspecialized urologic/genitourinary Professor of Pathology at Medical College of Wisconsin (Milwaukee) with a special interest in prostate cancer. He completed medical school at St. Louis University, residency at Dartmouth-Hitchcock (New Hampshire), and fellowships at University of Kansas and Mayo Clinic-Rochester. He has studied biomarkers in cancer pathology from the basic science … Continue reading Dr Ken Iczkowski “How the ISUP’s Efforts to Promote Prostate Cancer Grading Concordance Can Help You” – February 2021

Dr David Clouston on Morphologic clues and immunohistochemistry in the diagnosis of kidney tumours – January 2021

Dr David Clouston, Tissupath, Melbourne presents on morphological clues and IHC in the diagnosis of renal tumours.

Prof Theo van der Kwast on The ISUP Expert Consensus on the Definition of Cribriform Prostate Cancer – December 2020

Theo Van der Kwast is Full Professor at the University of Toronto and staff member of the Laboratory Medicine Program of the University Health Network in Toronto Canada since 2005. Before he moved to Canada he was staff pathologist since 1985 at the Dijkzigt Hospital in Rotterdam and since 1995 Professor of Pathology at the … Continue reading Prof Theo van der Kwast on The ISUP Expert Consensus on the Definition of Cribriform Prostate Cancer – December 2020

Dr Arno van Leenders on Prostate cancer grading beyond Gleason score – November 2020

Dr Arno van Leenders, ISUP European Councillor and Associate Professor, Erasmus, Rotterdam presents a lecture on “Prostate cancer grading beyond Gleason score” Arno van leenders did his pathology residence and PhD on prostate cancer stem cells at the Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. Since 2005 he has been working at Erasmus MC in Rotterdam as … Continue reading Dr Arno van Leenders on Prostate cancer grading beyond Gleason score – November 2020

Dr Sean Williamson on Renal tumour staging – October 2020

Dr Sean Williamson, ISUP North America Councillor and GU Lead for the Cleveland Clinic gives a lecture on Renal Tumour Staging.