Alberta August 3-6, 2020

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  • Monday, August 3, 2020

    HRCT and Diffuse Lung Disease

    Time Session Speaker
    7:00-7:30am Registration, Exhibits, and Continental Breakfast
    7:30-7:40 The pulmonary Lobule on HRCT Richard Webb, MD
    7:40-8:00 HRCT patterns: reticular Opacities and Differential Diagnosis Richard Webb, MD
    8:00-8:30 UIP and IPF: Current Diagnostic Guidelines Nestor L. Müller, MD, PhD, FRCPC
    8:30-8:50 HRCT Patterns: Nodular Lung Disease and Differential Diagnosis Richard Webb, MD
    8:50-9:10 Sarcoidosis Richard Webb, MD
    9:10-9:30 HRCT Patterns: Ground-Glass Opacity, Consolidation, and Differential Diagnosis Richard Webb, MD
    9:30-9:45 Coffee Break and Exhibits
    9:45-10:00 Organizing Pneumonia (OP) Nestor L. Müller, MD, PhD, FRCPC
    10:00-10:15 Nonspecific Interstitial Pneumonia (NSIP) Nestor L. Müller, MD, PhD, FRCPC
    10:15-10:45 HRCT Patterns: Emphysema, Lung Cysts & Mosaic Perfusion David P. Naidich, MD
    10:45-11:15 Collagen-Vascular Disease Nestor L. Müller, MD, PhD, FRCPC
    11:15-11:45 Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis Nestor L. Müller, MD, PhD, FRCPC
    11:45-12:15 Questions, Answers, and Discussion

    Tuesday, August 4, 2020

    HRCT and Airways Disease

    Time Session Speaker
    7:00-7:30am Registration, Exhibits, and Continental Breakfast
    7:30-7:45 Technique and Basic Principles David P. Naidich, MD
    7:45-8:15 Trachea Richard Webb, MD
    8:15-8:45 Bronchietasis Richard Webb, MD
    8:45-9:30 Central Airways: CT-Bronchoscopic Correlations David P. Naidich, MD
    9:30-9:45 Coffee Break and Exhibits
    9:45-10:15 Small Airway/Bronchiolar Disease David P. Naidich, MD
    10:15-10:45 Potential Pitfalls in the Interpretation of HRCT Nestor L. Müller, MD, PhD, FRCPC
    10:45-11:45 Unknown Cases: Faculty TBD & Faculty
    11:45-12:15 Questions, Answers, and Discussion

    Wednesday, August 5, 2020

    Plain Films, Cardiovascular Disease, and The Lung Nodule

    Time Session Speaker
    7:00-7:30am Registration, Exhibits, and Continental Breakfast
    7:30-8:00 The Chest Radiograph: A Few Signs and Pitfalls Nestor L. Müller, MD, PhD, FRCPC
    8:00-8:45 Pulmonary Embolism Diagnosis: Pitfalls and Controversies TBD
    8:45-9:15 The Chest Radiograph: Interesting and Instructive Cases Nestor L. Müller, MD, PhD, FRCPC
    9:15-10:00 Acute Aortic Syndromes: A Case-Based Review TBD
    10:00-10:15am Coffee Break and Exhibits
    10:15-10:45 Non Small Cell Lung Cancer – CT-Pathology Correlation David P. Naidich, MD
    10:45-11:15 Fleischner Guidelines – Incidental Nodules David P. Naidich, MD
    11:15-11:30 Fleischner Guidelines for Measuring SPN’s David P. Naidich, MD
    11:30-12:00 Insights into Lung Cancer Screening and the Lung RADS System TBD
    12:00-12:30 Questions, Answers, and Discussion


    Thursday, August 6, 2020

    Lung Cancer, Cardiovascular Disease, Pleural Disease Mediastinal Masses

    Time Session Speaker
    7:00-7:30am Registration, Exhibits, and Continental Breakfast
    7:30-7:45 New Concepts in Staging Lung Cancer David P. Naidich, MD
    7:45-8:30 Artificial Intelligence – Concepts and Lung Cancer Applications David P. Naidich, MD
    8:30-9:15 Key Cardiac Findings on Routine Chest CT TBD
    9:15-9:45 Congenital Lung Lesions Richard Webb, MD
    9:45-10:00 Coffee Break and Exhibits
    10:00-10:45 CT of Pleural Disease Richard Webb, MD
    10:45-11:45 Mediastinal Masses: Case Discussion TBD & Richard Webb, MD
    11:45-12:15 Questions, Answers, and Discussion
  • Naidich-David

    David Naidich MD did his Radiology residency and body imaging fellowship at the Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore Md, following which he joined the Division of Thoracic Imaging at  the now NYU-Langone Medical Center in 1980. In 2015 Dr. Naidich became Emeritus Professor at NYU, a position he still holds. Dr. Naidich’s areas of expertise include: lung cancer, including as a pioneer in the development of low-dose CT imaging and lung cancer screening;  development of the Fleischner guidelines for managing incidental pulmonary nodules; diffuse interstitial lung diseases; and CT evaluation of the airways. He is the author of over 200 peer reviewed article as well as co-author, along with Dr’s Webb and Muller, of the definitive HRCT of the Thorax, now in its 5th edition. More interestingly he is a member of a renown family of Academic Radiologists, including his father, nephew, two first cousins, and three second cousins. More important, he is thoroughly adored by his loving wife, Jocelyn, and son Zachary, and daughter-in-law  Madeleine.

    Nestor

    Dr. Nestor Müller did his residency in Radiology at The University of British Columbia followed by a fellowship in Chest Radiology at UCSF with Gordon Gamsu and the incomparable Rick Webb, before joining the Radiology Staff at the Vancouver General Hospital and the University of British Columbia in 1984. He became Professor of Radiology at UBC in 1992 and was Head and Medical Director of the Department of Radiology at the VGH and Chairman of the Department of Radiology UBC from 2000 until 2010. He was President of the Society of Thoracic Radiology in 1996 and has been a member of the Fleischner Society since 1988. Dr. Müller has authored or coauthored more than 450 publications in scientific journals and has published 17 books. He has won a number of awards, including recognition by the Editor of the American Journal of Roentgenology as being one of the “3 Wise Men in Radiology” as an outstanding teacher and scholar (2003), Gold Medal of the Brazilian College of Radiology (2010) and Gold Medal of the Society of Thoracic Radiology (2011).

    Rick Webb

    Richard Webb attended the Univ of California San Francisco for medical school, residency, and fellowship. He has been Chief of Thoracic Imaging at UCSF and the Hideyo Minagi Professor of Radiology. He is Past President of the Society of Thoracic Radiology and has been a member of the Fleischner Society since 1984. He is editor emeritus of the Journal of Thoracic Imaging, has authored or coauthored more than 200 scientific papers and 9 books in multiple editions and languages. He has lectured in more than 35 different countries and has received the Fleischner medal and the Gold medal of the Society of Thoracic Radiology (as have Drs. Muller and Naidich).

  • Fairmont Banff Springs

    Located in the heart of Banff National Park, the famous Fairmont Banff Springs hotel stands as a landmark in the picturesque alpine town of Banff, Alberta.

    Canada’s “Castle in the Rockies”, has been providing legendary hospitality to their guests for more than 130 years.

    Enjoy a short stroll from the hotel and explore the charming town of Banff, Alberta. Discover local galleries and museums, upscale shopping and restaurants, year-round Banff Lake Louise events, and popular local attractions, including the Banff Gondola and the mineral rich Banff Upper Hot Springs.
    Groups rates for Fairmont Rooms are reserved at $479/night CAD ($362 USD) plus service charges and taxes. Deluxe rooms, Suites and Gold floor available at an additional cost – please ask your reservationist for more information if interested.
    Please note that Fairmont category has a maximum occupancy of two
    persons. View is not guaranteed for any room category. Each extra adult sharing a room, over and above double occupancy, will be charged an additional $30.00

    CAD, plus applicable taxes and service charges, per night. There will be no charge for children up to and including the age of 17 years who share with their parents. Maximum occupancy is two persons per Fairmont room and four persons per room, depending on room category.

    To book your room at the group rate please call the Fairmont Banff Springs Reservations Department at 1-833-762-6866 or +1-403-762-6866. Please let your reservationist know you are part of the CME Science 2020 group. To ensure your group rate please book your room by July 2, 2020, Rooms are first come first serve and may sell out prior to the cut off date.
    For more information on the Fairmont Banff Springs please visit: https://www.fairmont.com/banff-springs/
    Travel Information:
    Many airlines offer Nonstop flights to and from Calgary Airport.