Pathologist Education | Gastrointestinal Meetings

 

Join us at the new conference facility located within the Mile End Laboratory, for our Gastrointestinal meetings, held monthly on the 4th Wednesday.

The Gastrointestinal meetings aim to review the imaging findings as presented by Dr Frank Voyvodich from Bensons Radiology, and correlate these with the anatomical pathology diagnosis in a multidisciplinary clinical context, in which both gastroenterologists and surgeons participate.

The Gastrointestinal meetings are held by A/Prof Jurgen Stahl and Dr Nick Rodgers.

Over many years Jurgen and Nick have developed and maintained a major interest and expertise in gastrointestinal and hepatobiliary pathology, first in the public sector, then Adelaide Pathology Partners (APP) and now with Clinpath Pathology. Since their APP days, both have been involved in multidisciplinary clinical meetings covering these areas, at Ashford, St Andrews Hospital and in-house meetings.

From time to time the Gastrointestinal meetings will be supplemented by mini-lectures on topics of general interest.

We welcome your attendance and suggestions for topics to be discussed by the group.

To register your interest please call Jurgen (08 8366 2064) or Nick (08 8366 2024).

 

Department(s): Cytopathology, Histopathology

Specialty(ies): Cytopathology, Histopathology

Special interests: Uropathology, gastrointestinal pathology and hepatobiliary pathology

 

Biography

Dr Jürgen Stahl continues to be involved in medical student teaching and, after serving as Chief Examiner for the Basic Pathological Sciences and as Associate Chief Examiner in Anatomical Pathology, he is now the new Co-Chief Examiner for Anatomical Pathology of the Royal College of Pathologists of Australasia (sharing the position with Associate Professor Elizabeth Salisbury, Sydney). A/Prof Stahl has had a long-standing interest in uropathology, gastrointestinal pathology and hepatobiliary pathology.

 

Department(s): Cytopathology, Histopathology

Specialty(ies): Cytopathology, Histopathology

Special interests: Gastrointestinal pathology, dermatopathology, breast pathology, head and neck pathology and cytopathology

 

Biography

Dr Nick Rodgers graduated with MBBS from the University of Adelaide in 1995 and, following residency at Modbury Hospital, undertook postgraduate training in anatomical pathology at the Institute of Medical and Veterinary Science (IMVS). Having obtained his FRCPA in 2002, Dr Rodgers worked as a locum consultant in the UK before joining Adelaide Pathology Partners in late 2003 and remains involved in postgraduate registrar teaching.