DAY 2 – At a Glance

Event - Livestream Recording Landing Pages

Livestream Recording and Presentation PDF
Landing Pages

1st/2nd June, 2023

Below are links to password protected pages for the Recordings and Presentation PDFs

(Delegates both Virtual and In Person should have received passwords from organisers)

Recordings available until end of September 2023

Course Speaker Robert Odze shares his MEETING UPDATE

London GI Pathology Update

Prof Robert Odze

Robert Odze - Tufts Medical Center, USA

Dr Odze is currently professor of pathology and consultant pathologist at Tufts medical center and medical school, and president of Dr Robert Odze Pathology LLC, a medical/ pathology consulting company ( Dr Odze has a long history of research in GI diseases, most notably in the science related to cancer development in chronic inflammatory diseases such as Barrett’s esophagus and IBD. In this capacity, Dr Odze has published more than 450 articles, including original research, reviews, book chapter and books. He is editor of the largest and most comprehensive textbook of GI pathology worldwide, titled “Surgical pathology of the GI tract, Liver, Biliary tract, and Pancreas”, which is currently in its 4th edition (released Nov 2022) and is also editor of several major pathology and clinical journals. Dr Odze has a long history of education and teaching, and has given more than 300 lectures over the course of his career.

Friday 2 June – Day 2 – AT A GLANCE
Luminal GI Pathology

Friday 9.45am

Shaun Walsh


Drugs and the GI tract

Friday 10.15am

Fatima Carneiro

Medical Faculty of Porto, Portugal

Upper gastrointestinal tract carcinoma: implementing the WHO classification

Friday 10.45am

Robert Odze

Tufts Medical Center, USA

Barret’s oesophagus:
an update

Friday 11.50am

Neil Shepherd

Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK

Colorectal polyps: my experience with polyp biopsies and polypectomies

Friday 12.20pm

Daniela Allende

Cleveland Clinic, Ohio, USA

Vascular pathology of
the GI tract

Friday 13.50pm

Elizabeth Montgomery

University of Miami, Florida, USA

GIST and related lesions

Friday 14.25pm

Maurice Loughrey

Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast, UK

Typing and subtyping of colorectal cancer

Friday 14.55pm

Fatima Carneiro

Medical Faculty of Porto, Portugal

Mimics of gastric cancer

Friday 15.50pm

Namrata Setia

The University of Chicago, USA

Unusual gastritides

Friday 16.20pm

Stefano La Rosa

Università degli Studi dell’Insubria
Varese, Lombardia, Italy

Neuroendocrine neoplasms of the GI tract: classification and pathology

Professor Elizabeth Montgomery invites you to join her at the London GI Pathology Update on 1st and 2nd June

Speaker Video Update

London GI Pathology Update

Professor Elizabeth Montgomery

Dr Montgomery is a Professor and Vice Chair at the University of Miami in Miami, Florida in the US. She is an author of numerous articles and textbooks concerning both gastrointestinal and soft tissue pathology and lectures globally on these topics

12 CPD Points*

CPD-approved by the Royal College of Pathologists

* 6 CPD Points Per Day

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an exciting update to the programme

We have added an exciting update to the programme for  'In-Person' delegates ONLY

During each COFFEE and LUNCH break In-Person delegates will have the opportunity to join in a more informal discussion of the expert's topics. This is a great opportunity to ask questions directly and talk more informally.

With a different speaker for each 'Meet the Expert' opportunity, these sessions will make your In-Person London GI Pathology Update experience even more valuable.

Check out the full Programme for details of each 'Meet the Expert' session.


Thursday 1 June 2023

Time   Topic SPEAKER
8.40 Registration - Morning Coffee/Tea
9:35 Introduction Roger
9:45 IgG4 disease of the GI tract and pancreas Yoh Zen
10:10 NASH and alcoholic liver disease: an update Daniela Allende
10:40 Autoimmune hepatitis: diagnosis, mimics and overlap syndromes John Hart
11:15 COFFEE - Questions for Dr Hart*
11:50 Primary liver neoplasms: recognition and classification Yoh Zen
12:20 Biliary disorders: why do a liver biopsy? John Hart
12:50 LUNCH - Questions for Dr Zen*
13:50 Drugs and the liver: patterns and predictions John Hart
14:25 Solid neoplasms of the pancreas Volkan Adsay
15:05 COFFEE - Questions for Dr Adsay*
15:35 Liver metastases and their differential diagnosis: biopsy assessment Daniela Allende
16:05 Preinvasive (cystic and intraductal) neoplasms of the pancreatobiliary tract Volkan Adsay
16:45 Final word Roger
16:50 END

Friday 2 June 2023

8.40 Registration - Morning Coffee/Tea
9:35 Intro Roger
9:45 Drugs and the GI tract Shaun Walsh
10:15 Upper GI tract carcinoma: implementing the WHO classification Fatima Carneiro 
10:45 Barrett’s oesophagus: an update Robert Odze
11:20 COFFEE - Questions for Dr Odze (and book raffle)*
11:50 Colorectal polyps: my experience with polyp biopsies and polypectomies Neil Shepherd  
12:20 Vascular pathology of the GI tract Daniela Allende
12:50 LUNCH - Questions for Dr Allende (and book raffle)*
13:50 GIST and related lesions Elizabeth Montgomery
14:25 Typing and subtyping of colorectal cancer Maurice Loughrey
14:55 Mimics of gastric cancer Fatima Carneiro
15.20 COFFEE - Questions for Dr Carneiro*
15:50 Unusual gastritides Namrata Setia
16:20 Neuroendocrine neoplasms of the GI tract: classification and pathology Stefano La Rosa
16:50 Final word Roger
16:55 END

* Additional informal meet the expert Q&A sessions at the front of the theatre.
ONLY available to In-Person Attendees.


Meet Our Event Speakers

Roger Feakins


Elizabeth Montgomery


John Hart


Fatima Carneiro


Neil Shepherd


Namrata Setia


Stefano La Rosa

Varese, Italy

Daniela Allende


Yoh Zen


Robert Odze


Volkan Adsay


Shaun Walsh


Maurice Loughrey



Frequently Asked

+ Are there Early Bird deals on registrations?

YES, if you register before the end of March you will save up to 20% on the full registration fee

+ Will the event be live-streamed?

YES, not only will the event be livestreamed on both days but for both ‘In Person’ and ‘Virtual’ delegates there will be access to high quality recordings shortly after the event.

+ Can I mix In Person and Virtual registrations?

YES, you can mix and match your registrations.

+ What happens if I am not able to attend on the day?

ALL delegates will have access to the live-stream together with post-event high quality recordings.

+ Are there CPD points available for this event?

YES, this meeting is approved for 12 CPD credits by the Royal College of Pathologists, UK

+ Will I receive a Certificate of Participation for the event?

YES, following the event, delegates who attended ‘In Person’ or ‘Virtually’ and who provide feedback will receive a Certificate of Participation shortly after the event.


Register for London GI PATHOLOGY Update

The London GI PATHOLOGY update returns in 2023 as an in-person event, enhanced by an additional day. Friday 2nd June offers a series of talks about Luminal GI Pathology, while Thursday 1st June provides a comprehensive practical overview of Liver and Pancreatobiliary Pathology. Live streaming and recordings will also be available.

The speakers are experienced, enthusiastic, high quality specialists from the UK, Europe and the USA with strong commitments to academic and clinical work. The emphasis is on the diagnostic approach, and the lectures include relevant updates and recent developments in a wide range of neoplastic and non-neoplastic pathology.

The event is suitable for anyone who reports digestive disease pathology. Please join us in London or online for a lively, enjoyable and educational conference.

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