Updating course on anatomic pathology
His research interests include experimental models of skin disease, cutaneous oncology, and environmental skin disease. Phelps is an avid reader and also enjoys outdoor activities.
After studying medicine and pathology in Leiden, Amsterdam and London, and a period of several years as head of the Department of Pathology at the Netherlands Cancer Institute, Dr Mooi became the youngest Dutch pathologist to be appointed to a chair in Pathology, at the VU University Amsterdam.
She initially started her consultant job at Macclesfield District hospital, and then later joined the pathology department at University hospitals South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust. Joseph has been the lead for dermatopathology at UHSM since 2007 and has a special interest in the pathology of skin cancers. Dr Bakshi completed her medical degree from the University of Pune, India in 1998.
Her other areas of subspecialisation are in Cardiothoracic pathology and breast pathology. Nitin Khirwadkar is a Consultant in Breast and Dermatopathology at the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals, Liverpool. Subsequently she did her MD pathology in India and came to UK in 2003.
The primary target audiences for the Course are practicing dermatopathologists, pathologists and dermatologists utilizing skin biopsy in their practice, as well as those training in the field of dermatopathology.
The topics and the level of discussion are selected to provide in-depth analysis of the most challenging aspects and pitfalls encountered in everyday interpretation of skin pathology. Uma Sundram is Assistant Professor of Pathology and Dermatology at Stanford University and has been an attending in dermatopathology at Stanford University for 10 years.
This course aims to provide the most comprehensive update on biology, clinical aspects and procedures in the subject of dermtopathology.With over 30 years’ successful commercial and leadership experience, he has worked in a variety of sales and marketing management roles with a wide variety of companies from small start-ups to large multinationals.These include the NHS, major pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology companies, universities, charities, finance and recruitment organisations.She has spoken at numerous national and international meetings on the topic of cutaneous lymphoma.Her research interests include T cell and B cell cutaneous lymphoma, myeloid leukemia cutis, and mast cell disease. Robert Phelps is Professor of Dermatology and Pathology and Director of the Dermatopathology Service at Mount Sinai Medical Center. Phelps is extensively involved in the teaching of medical students, residents, fellows and faculty and he has been with Mount Sinai since 1986.