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March 15, 2017
Evolution in Action: Cytotechnologists and USFNA
Adele O. Kraft, MD
Department of Pathology
Mary Ellen Clark
Virginia Commonwealth University Health System
- Outline how Cytotechnologist’s role has evolved to include imaging and procedure assistance in the experience of an ultrasound-guided FNA (USFNA) service in an academic Pathology Department setting.
- Identify the steps necessary for a Cytotechnologist to become an active part of a USFNA service, making use of a suggested timeline and available learning resources.
- Recognize the advantages and challenges of active Cytotechnologist’s participation in USFNA, from a Cytotechnologist’s and from a Cytopathologist’s point of view.
May 17, 2017
Christopher Watt, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor of Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Associate Director Molecular Pathology
Residency Program Co-Director
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
- Recognize the most common genetic lesions found in lung cancer
- Discuss quality control measures and laboratory workflows associated with molecular testing in solid tumors
- Understand the strengths and limitations of cytology specimens in the molecular analysis of lung cancer