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BAUS Section of Oncology
Annual Meeting
Incorporating BAUP 6th Annual Meeting
14-15 November 2011
The Royal College of Surgeons of England, London
Renal Cancer
Provisional Programme
and Registration Information
Section of
Oncology
BAUS Section of Oncology
Monday
10.00
14 November
Chairman's introduction
Mr Tim O'Brien (London)
Session: Understanding the biology of renal cancer
10.05
10.25
10.50
11.10
11.30
The genetics of renal cancer
HIF - the key to clear cell RCC
Lessons learned from the
Canadian Surveillance Study
Pathological challenges in the
future in renal cancer
Professor Eamon Maher (Birmingham)
Professor Patrick Maxwell (London)
Dr Michael Jewett (Toronto, Canada)
Dr H Moch (Zurich, Switzerland)
Tea & Coffee and Exhibition viewing
Session: The small renal mass (1)
11.50
12.10
12.30
12.50
13.10
The benefits of preserving GFR
Dr Kevin Harris (Leicester)
Progress in the imaging of the small renal mass
TBC
Is warm ischaemia safe
Dr Louis Kavoussi (New York, USA)
The case for open partial nephrectomy
Dr Michael Jewett (Toronto, Canada)
Minimal invasive partial nephrectomy
Dr Louis Kavoussi (New York, USA)
13.30
Lunch
Session: The small renal mass (2)
14.20
14.35
14.50
15.05
Image guided ablation of renal tumours
Dr David Breen (Southampton)
Cryo
Mr Frank Keeley (Bristol)
HIFU
Mr David Cranston (Oxford)
Clinical cases on the small renal mass
Chairman:
Mr Tim O’Brien (London)
Dr Michael Jewett (Toronto, Canada), Mr David Smith (Sheffield)
Dr Louis Kavoussi (New York, USA), Dr David Breen (Southampton)
15.45
Tea & Coffee and Exhibition viewing
16.10
5 highlights from the
Professor Noel Clarke (Manchester)
uro-oncology year: Surgery
The forgotten tumour Mr James Catto (Sheffield)
progress in understanding upper tract TCC
Point counterpoint: Screening for small renal mass makes
more sense than PSA screening:
Mr Ravi Barod (London)
Yes:
Mr Mark Sullivan (Oxford)
No:
Professor Noel Clarke (Manchester)
Professor Roger Kirby (London)
16.30
16.50
17.30
Drinks Reception in the Exhibition Hall
18.30
Close
BAUS Section of Oncology
Tuesday
09.00
09.10
15 November
BAUS Oncology in 2012 and award of best poster
5 non-surgical urological highlights
from the oncology year
Mr Tim O'Brien (London)
Dr James Larkin (London)
Session: Advanced renal cancer - Surgery for advanced disease
09.30
09.50
10.10
10.30
10.50
Caval surgery
Dr Michael Jewett (Toronto, Canada)
Cytoreductive nephrectomy
Mr David Smith (Sheffield)
Surgery for lymph nodes & recurrent disease
Mr Tim Whittlestone (Bristol) TBC
Surgery for bone metastasis in renal cancer
Mr Steve Cannon (London)
Coffee and Exhibition viewing
Session: Applied biology in the rational use of new drugs in RCC 8 practical questions for oncologists
11.10
"8 questions from a urologist to an oncologist"
Dr Tom Powles (London)
Dr James Larkin (London)
Dr Simon Chowdhury (London)
Professor Robert Hawkins (Manchester)
Is everybody a candidate for TKI's?
Should some patients still be consdered for Int alpha / IL2?
Who responds to which drug?
Which order should we use them?
What about non-clear cell histologies?
How do we assess response?
Lessons from the spectacular responders
Do the tumours accelerate once the drugs are stopped?
12.15
Clinical cases on advanced disease (Panel TBC)
13.00
Lunch and Exhibition viewing
14.00
Close
BAUP 6th Annual Meeting
Monday
14 November
Joint BAUS/BAUP Session:
Understanding the biology of renal cancer
(Please see the BAUS Programme for further details)
11.30
Tea & Coffee and Exhibition viewing
11.50
12.00
12.30
Chairman's Introduction
Common renal tumours
Slide based EQA I
13.30
Lunch
14.20
15.10
TNM6 v TNM 7
Penile pathology for non-specialists
15.45
Tea & Coffee and Exhibition viewing
16.10
16.30
17.00
Fuhrman Grading
Paediatric renal tumours in adults
BAUP Business Meeting
17.30
Drinks Reception in the Exhibition Hall
18.30
Close
Tuesday
09.00
Dr D Berney (London, England)
Prof R Montironi (Ancona, Italy)
Dr N Mayer (Cork, Ireland)
Dr D Griffiths (Cardiff, Wales)
Dr C Corbishley (London, England)
Dr A Chandra (London, England)
Dr G Vujanic (Cardiff, Wales)
15 November
09.45
10.15
What should the next WHO
renal classification include?
Prostate EQA
Novel Prognostic factors
10.50
Tea & Coffee and Exhibition Viewing
11.10
12.10
12.40
Slide based EQA II
European Network of Uropathology:
renal results
Case Reports
13.15
Lunch and Exhibition viewing
14.00
Close
Prof S Fleming (Dundee, Scotland)
Dr P Harnden (Leeds, England)
Prof H Moch (Zurich, Switzerland)
Dr J Oxley (Bristol, England)
Prof L Egevad (Stockholm, Sweden)
TBA
All conference content, speakers and timings are correct at time of
publication. The organisers cannot be held responsible for changes due
to circumstances beyond their control, including the withdrawal of
speakers from the programme.
General Information
Conference Venue
Social Activities
The Royal College of Surgeons of England
35-43 Lincoln's Inn Fields
London WC2A 3PE
Tel: 020 7405 3474
Email: [email protected]
There will be a complimentary drinks
reception for all delegates on Monday
evening in the exhibition area, this will be
followed by the conference dinner at
Shanghai Blues. Tickets can be purchased
via the online registration form at the time of
booking. Tickets cost £50 and are available
on a first come first serve basis. Delegates
with special dietary requirements should
ensure they have noted this on their online
booking form.
CME Points
CME points have been applied for and will be
available for this meeting.
Travelling to the venue
By Air
The Royal College of Surgeons can be
reached easily from all four London airports.
Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and City Airport
are all connected to the venue by
underground and mainline rail services.
By Underground or Rail
The nearest Tube station is Holborn
(Piccadilly and Central Lines). It takes about
10 minutes to walk from the station to the
College. Temple (District and Circle Lines)
and Charing Cross stations (Northern and
Bakerloo Lines) are a 10-20 minute walk or
short taxi ride away. Please visit
www.tfl.gov.uk and www.nationalrail.co.uk
for more information.
By Bus
A number of buses stop near the College
please visit www.tfl.gov.uk for more
information.
Registration and General Information
Registration
All registrations must be made online. Online registration will be available from August via
the BAUS website www.baus.org.uk
Early bird registration is available up until 16.00 (BST) on Friday 14 October at the following
rates.
* Member rate
for Scientists,
Trainees and
Nurses
Non-member rate
for Scientists,
Trainees and
Nurses
* Member rate
for Consultants/
Associate
Specialitst
Non-member
Consultants/
Other
Monday & Tuesday
£130
£155
£180
£205
Single Day Monday
£80
£105
£130
£155
£75
£85
£100
Single Day Tuesday £60
From 16.00 (BST) on Friday 14 October until 10.00 (BST) on Thursday 10 November
the rates will be as follows:
Monday & Tuesday
£160
£185
£210
£235
Single Day Monday
£110
£135
£160
£185
£95
£115
£130
Single Day Tuesday £90
*refers to BAUS and BAUP members
Registrations will close at 10.00 (BST) on Thursday 10 November. A late registration fee of
£20 will apply to all on-site registrations. Lunches, teas and coffees will be available
alongside the exhibition and are included in the registration fee. Please ensure that you advise
us of any dietary requirements on your online booking form.
Cancellations
Any cancellation before Friday 28 October will be subject to a 10% administration charge and
must be confirmed in writing. No refunds can be made on or after Friday 28 October.
Contact
Any enquiries regarding any aspect of the meeting should be addressed to:
The BAUS Events Team
BAUS Section of Oncology
35-43 Lincoln's Inn Fields
London
WC2A 3PE
Tel: 020 7869 6950
Fax: 020 7404 5048
Email: [email protected]
Registered Charity Number: 1127044
Registered Company Number: 06054614
VAT Registration Number: 380 5441 59
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