WMSH1802: Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma, ALK-Negative, with DUSP22 Rearrangement
Authors: Andres Moon, MD, Emily Glynn, MD, and Lorinda Soma, MD
This Case of the Quarter consists of a clinical presentation and case summary of anaplastic large cell lymphoma, ALK-negative (ALK-ALCL), has shed provisional status, and is now recognized as a specific diagnostic category in the revised 2017 WHO classification. This Case will provide an overview of ALK-ALCL with DUSP22 rearrangement (DUSP22-IRF4 locus on 6p25.3), which is a unique subset of this entity. This course will discuss genetic findings, morphologic and immnohistochemical features, clinical findings, and main differential diagnosis. This Case of the Quarter is available from the ASCP education store. This activity provides 1 AMA PRA Category 1 CMETM credit. This course is free for SH members and can be accessed through the ASCP site at www.ascp.org. Look for your new course under "My Learning Plan".
Dear EAHP and SH members,
This is to remind you that the application for David Y Mason Foundation Award is open until June 30th 2018.
The David Y Mason Foundation Award is £6.000 and is aimed for non-established researchers in the field of haematopathology (medical doctor in training/junior faculty, biomedical researcher at the level of junior post-doc or similar).
Please find information of how to apply in the attached document and do not forget to inform your young researchers of this opportunity!
Society for Hematopathology (SH) invites applications from pathologists in training for Resident/Fellow member in the Education Committee (EC) for a term of 2 years. The term cycle begins at the USCAP annual meeting. The member must be a trainee during their entire term and should either be enrolled in or have an intent to enroll in a Hematopathology fellowship. At least 1 year of the term should include the hematopathology fellowship year. Applications must be received by December 1st of the year prior to commencement of the term.