Challenging Cases in Head and Neck Pathology: Expert Insights and Discussion

In this session, Diagneixa welcomes Dr. Perez-Ordonez, a Histopathologist/Anatomical Pathologist with expertise in Head and Neck and Thyroid pathology. Dr. Perez-Ordonez has numerous peer-reviewed publications, with an H score of 60, and a keen interest in Human papillomavirus (HPV) and Head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC), sinonasal tumor pathology, and the application of Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning to Pathology.

With his extensive experience in the field, Dr. Perez-Ordonez will offer valuable insights into his approach and techniques, shedding light on the challenges in diagnosis and treatment of complex cases in Head and Neck pathology. Therir host, Prof. Chetty, will facilitate an engaging discussion between the experts, offering a unique opportunity for participants to interact and expand their knowledge in this critical area of medicine. Watch now!

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Speakers

HOST

Prof. Runjan Chetty
Chief Medical Officer

Runjan is an experienced Anatomical Pathologist/Histopathologist specialising in GI and pancreatic pathology, who has held chairs of Pathology in South Africa & Glasgow. He was the Program Medical Director & Chief/Professor of Pathology at UHN & University of Toronto. He also was Head of Translational Pathology at the University of Oxford.

GUEST

Dr. Bayardo Perez-Ordonez
Histopathologist/Anatomical Pathologist

Dr Perez-Ordonez is an expert in Head and Neck and Thyroid pathology. His areas of interest include; Human papillomavirus (HPV) and Head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC), sinonasal tumor pathology. He has numerous peer reviewed publications with an H score of 60 and has an interest in the application of Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning to Pathology.

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