Localização: Estados Unidos


Dr. Arcila is an anatomic and clinical pathologist, subspecialized in molecular genetics and hematopathology. She currently serves as the Deputy Chief for the Molecular Diagnostics Service at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Her primary research and practice focus is on the design, validation, and implementation of molecular testing methods to detect genetic alterations that are relevant to the diagnosis, management, classification, treatment and monitoring of patients with solid tumors and hematologic malignancies.  Dr. Arcila is the current president for the Association of Molecular Pathology (AMP) and founding member of the AIPM (Asociacion Iberoamericana de Patologia Molecular), a new association in support of molecular diagnostics for Spanish and Portuguese speaking countries.

Conteúdo Programático

Dia 1 - 29/05/2024

Nenhum registro para esse dia.

Dia 2 - 30/05/2024
Horário17:30SalaSala 03

From bench to bedside: IDH-mutations as a model for precision pathology / Conferência Magna II - Sala 3 | 30 17:30h - 18:30h

Dia 3 - 31/05/2024
Horário14:00SalaSala 04

Detecting fusion in NGS tests – are all the tests the same? Detecting fusion in NGS tests – are all the tests the same? / Patologia Molecular | 31 14h - 15:30h

Horário11:25SalaSala 04

Testing biomarkers in Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF) – where are we? / Patologia Molecular | 31 11h - 12:30h

Dia 4 - 01/06/2024

Nenhum registro para esse dia.