Friday and Saturday, April 28 and 29, 2017
Moderators: Susan Boolbol, MD, Brigid Killelea, MD
Faculty: Sarah Cate, MD, Lisa Curcio, MD, Brigid Killelea, MD, Joy Larsen Haidle, MS, CGC, Julie Margenthaler, MD, Tiffany Traina, MD
This program, which is being offered free of charge, is designed for breast surgery fellows participating in a year-long multidisciplinary breast fellowship program, as well as residents entering or interested in participating in a breast fellowship. The lectures will provide supplemental information on a number of relevant topics for those about to begin practice, including genetics, genomics, neoadjuvant therapies, clinical trials, adjuvant therapies, and salary negotiation information. No CME will be offered.
CRITERIA FOR PARTICIPATION
Participation in the program is reserved for breast surgery fellows participating in a year-long multidisciplinary breast fellowship program and residents entering or interested in a breast fellowship. They must pre-register and provide a letter verifying status from their program director or chief.
FELLOWS TRACK OBJECTIVES
• To provide relevant information to graduating breast fellows who are about to begin practice and residents entering a fellowship program.
• To summarize and strengthen key concepts obtained during fellowship with regard to adjuvant therapy, genetics, and genomics.
• To outline available clinical trials.
• To provide information related to salary and contract negotiation.
6:30 am–6:50 am Overview of Clinical Trials Julie Margenthaler, MD
6:50 am–7:10 am Genomic Assays Brigid Killelea, MD
7:10 am–7:30 am How to Start a Practice Lisa Curcio, MD
7:30 am–7:45 AM Q&A
6:30 am–7:45 am
6:30 am–6:50 am Medical Oncology: What Every Breast Surgeon Should Know Tiffany Traina, MD
6:50 am–7:10 am Radiation Oncology: What Every Breast Surgeon Should Know Sarah Cate, MD,
7:10 am–7:30 am Genetics: What Every Breast Surgeon Should Know Joy Larsen Haidle, MS, CGC
7:30 am–7:45 am Q&A