9th Annual Biomarkers Congress
19th International Symposium on Pancreatic & Biliary Endoscopy
Harvey Morse Conference Center
Plaza Level 8701 Gracie Allen Drive Los Angeles, California
Los Angeles, California
http://research3.csmc.edu/eventinfo_118.html
This is the 19th annual teaching conference held in cooperation with three major endoscopy centers in the United States and Amsterdam. This course will be an intensive and comprehensive review of pancreatic and biliary endoscopy for gastroenterologists, gastroenterology fellows and gastroenterology nurses.  Balanced viewpoints, special techniques and practical clinical approaches will be presented throughout the program. Our renowned international faculty bring unique knowledge and excitement from Europe, Asia and North America.

Registration
Physician - (Postmarked/Registered by 12/30/11) - $595
Nurse/Fellow/Technician - (Postmarked/Registered by 12/30/11) - $395

Physician - (Postmarked/Registered after 12/30/11) - $695
Nurse/Fellow/Technician - (Postmarked/Registered after 12/30/11) - $495

Collaborating with Paulo Sakai, MD, PhD at the Hospital das Clinicas University of São Paulo Medical School, the 2012 program will feature transmission of live pancreaticobiliary procedures from Brazil. Together with multiple transmissions from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, a total of 11 hours of ERCP procedure demonstrations will be offered.
This year’s special features include:
• Eleven hours of ERCP procedure
demonstrations, telecast live from
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and
São Paulo, Brazil
• Twenty-two clinically coherent and
carefully chosen didactic topics
• Current literature review
• Ample time for questions and discussion
throughout the program
• Case conference to apply technical skill
to challenging clinical scenarios
• Concurrent GI Fellows’ Program
• Bonus Session for GI Fellows & Nurses

http://research3.csmc.edu/eventinfo_118.html

Schedule of Presentations:

Friday, January 27, 2012
07:00:00 Registration | Continental Breakfast
08:00:00 Welcome Andrew F. Ippoliti
08:05:00 Opening remarks Paul Fockens
08:05:00 BRINGING US UP TO DATE Paul Fockens, Kapil Gupta
08:10:00 2011 Literature Review
08:30:00 PANCREATIC PSEUDOCYST | WALLED-OFF NECROSIS Paul Fockens, Kapil Gupta
08:35:00 Defining the Problem - What Is the Best Way? Shyam Varadarajulu
08:55:00 Endoscopic Treatment: Who, by Whom and How? Richard Kozarek
09:15:00 When to Ask an Interventional Radiologist to Help
09:35:00 Surgery | Traditional and Not So Traditional Nicholas Nissen
09:55:00 Panel Discussion | A Working Algorithm
10:20:00 Refreshment Break
10:35:00 CHOLANGIOCARCINOMA MANAGEMENT Michael J. Bourke
10:40:00 Endoscopic Stenting
11:00:00 Percutaneous Drainage James Lau
11:20:00 Photodynamic Therapy
11:40:00 Brachytherapy Richard Tuli
12:00:00 Liver Resection and Transplantation Steven D. Colquhoun
12:20:00 The Role of the Medical Oncologist Steven A. Miles
12:40:00 Lunch
13:25:00 LIVE PROCEDURE DEMONSTRATIONS
13:30:00 Live ERCP Session I Richard Kozarek
14:45:00 Live ERCP Session II Theodore I Steinman, John Petrini
16:15:00 Live ERCP Session III Theodore I Steinman, Michael J. Bourke
17:30:00 Adjourn
Saturday, January 28, 2012
07:00:00 Continental Breakfast
07:55:00 LIVE PROCEDURE DEMONSTRATIONS
08:00:00 Live ERCP Session IV (transmitted from São Paulo) Richard Kozarek, Paul Fockens, David L. Carr-Locke
09:15:00 Live ERCP Session V Jacques Van Dam
10:00:00 Refreshment Break (live demonstrations will continue during break)
10:10:00 AROUND THE WORLD IN 60 MINUTES John Petrini
10:15:00 Asia James Lau
10:30:00 Europe Paul Fockens
10:35:00 LIVE PROCEDURE DEMONSTRATIONS
10:45:00 Live ERCP Session VI Viktor E. Eysselein
12:00:00 Lunch
12:55:00 CONCURRENT GI FELLOWS’ PROGRAM (RNS AND PRACTICING GASTROENTEROLOGISTS ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND)
13:00:00 THE BASICS OF ERCP | Opening Remarks Laith H. Jamil
13:00:00 Live ERCP Session VII Shyam Varadarajulu
13:10:00 THE BASICS OF ERCP | Pancreaticobiliary Anatomy | Normal and Anomalies
13:35:00 THE BASICS OF ERCP | Cannulation | Instruments and Techniques Kapil Gupta
13:55:00 THE BASICS OF ERCP | Sphincterotomy | Instruments and Techniques Shyam Varadarajulu
14:15:00 THE BASICS OF ERCP | Dealing with Immediate Complications Paul Fockens
14:25:00 AROUND THE WORLD IN 60 MINUTES
14:30:00 The Americas Richard Kozarek
14:35:00 THE BASICS OF ERCP | Biliary Stricture Sampling | Instruments and Techniques
14:45:00 The Antipodes Michael J. Bourke
14:55:00 THE BASICS OF ERCP | Management of Migrated Biliary Stents Michael J. Bourke
14:55:00 LIVE PROCEDURE DEMONSTRATIONS
15:00:00 Live ERCP Session VIII Theodore I Steinman
15:15:00 THE BASICS OF ERCP | Refreshment Break
15:25:00 CAREER PLANNING FOR INTERVENTIONAL ENDOSCOPY John Petrini
15:30:00 CAREER PLANNING FOR INTERVENTIONAL ENDOSCOPY | Considerations and Decisions in Choosing a Third Tier Fellowship in Interventional Endoscopy
15:45:00 CAREER PLANNING FOR INTERVENTIONAL ENDOSCOPY | Training and Research Possibilities for Interventional Fellows John Petrini
15:55:00 CAREER PLANNING FOR INTERVENTIONAL ENDOSCOPY | Life of an Interventional Fellow
16:05:00 CAREER PLANNING FOR INTERVENTIONAL ENDOSCOPY | Cutting the Umbilical Cord | Life after Interventional Fellowship Rizwan Kibria
16:15:00 CAREER PLANNING FOR INTERVENTIONAL ENDOSCOPY | Career Opportunities for Interventional Fellows | Private Practice
16:20:00 CAREER PLANNING FOR INTERVENTIONAL ENDOSCOPY | Career Opportunities for Interventional Fellows | HMO and Other Institutions
16:25:00 CAREER PLANNING FOR INTERVENTIONAL ENDOSCOPY | Career Opportunities for Interventional Fellows | Academia Jacques Van Dam
16:30:00 CAREER PLANNING FOR INTERVENTIONAL ENDOSCOPY | Round-table Discussions | Open Forum
17:00:00 Adjourn
17:00:00 CAREER PLANNING FOR INTERVENTIONAL ENDOSCOPY | Fellow Program Adjourns
17:10:00 BONUS SESSION FOR FELLOWS, NURSES AND TECHNICIANS
17:15:00 Biliary Stenting | Plastic or Metal? Richard Kozarek
17:30:00 Biliary Stenting | Covered or Uncovered?
17:45:00 Readiness for ERCP/EUS Procedure Complications
18:05:00 Making ERCP Room a Clean Environment
18:25:00 Panel Discussion
18:45:00 Adjourn
19:00:00 Dinner
Sunday, January 29, 2012
07:00:00 Continental Breakfast
07:25:00 CONCURRENT PATIENT MANAGEMENT & HANDS-ON PROCEDURE WORKSHOPS Kapil Gupta
07:30:00 Fellows’ Hands-on Workshop
08:00:00 Pancreaticobiliary Case Discussions
10:00:00 Refreshment Break
10:15:00 PERI-AMPULLARY LESIONS Richard Kozarek
10:20:00 Ampullary Lesion | Not Every Ampullary Mass is an Adenoma James J. Farrell
10:40:00 Evaluation and Management of Peri-ampullary Adenoma Michael J. Bourke
11:00:00 Endoscopic Management of Ampullary Neoplasms David L. Carr-Locke
11:20:00 Surgical Approach to Duodenal and Ampullary Tumors Nicholas Nissen
11:40:00 Questions & Answers
11:55:00 LEARNING FROM EXPERIENCE Paul Fockens, David L. Carr-Locke
12:00:00 My Worst Nightmare 1 Shyam Varadarajulu
12:15:00 My Worst Nightmare 2 David L. Carr-Locke
12:25:00 PROCEDURE REVIEW Paul Fockens, David L. Carr-Locke
12:30:00 Procedure Follow Up
12:50:00 Symposium Summary Paul Fockens, David L. Carr-Locke
13:00:00 Symposium adjourns
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