The Short Presentations on Emerging Concepts (SPECs) assist pathologists to establish themselves as leaders in personalized medicine and in vivo microscopy (IVM) in their local communities.
Designed for pathologists, these short PowerPoint presentations focus on selected topics:
- molecular tests that play a key role in patient management that are clinically actionable today
- educating pathologists colleagues and GI specialist on the role and value of pathologists in IVM
Pathologists will find the Pathology SPECs an especially valuable resource as they facilitate discussion with tumor boards or other physician colleagues.
Members of the College of American Pathologists (CAP) may log in for complimentary access to the online versions of the SPECs.
Nonmembers may join the CAP to gain access to all member benefits including these SPECs.
Short Presentations on Emerging Concepts Topics
Anatomic Pathology SPECs
- Biomarkers in Lung Cancer
- Colorectal Cancer: Hereditary Nonpolyposis Colorectal Cancer (Lynch Syndrome)
- Diagnosis and Workup of Thyroid Cancer
- HER2 Testing in Gastric/GEJ Adenocarcinoma
- HER2 Testing in Breast Cancer
- Liquid Biopsy: Circulating Tumor in Cell Free DNA
- Microbiome Applications in Pathology
- Molecular Genetics of Renal Tumors
- Molecular Testing for Inherited and Sporadic Colorectal Cancer
- Molecular Testing in Breast Cancer
- Next-Generation Sequencing and Cancer Genomics
- PD-L1: Immune Check Point Blockade in Cancer
- Therapeutic Guidance for Metastatic Melanoma
- Workup of Colorectal Cancer
- Molecular Testing in the Workup of Polycythemia and Thrombocythemia
Clinical Pathology SPECs
- Diagnosis of Respiratory Viruses
- Prenatal Screening for Down Syndrome: Past, Present, and Emerging Practices
In Vivo Microscopy SPECs
- In Vivo Microscopy(IVM): A New Role for Pathologists
- Collaboration Between Pathologists and Endoscopists: In Vivo Microscopy (IVM) of the GI Tract
- Ex Vivo Microscopy(EVM): A New Tool for Pathologists
Hear what other pathologists are saying about the SPECs.
Concise, timely, well-summarized, and very important information in this early molecular age.
Pre-developed educational tools are a big time-saver.