We are seeking comments and feedback from members regarding the new GIPS-AGPS Recommendations For Pathologic Assessment And Reporting Of EMR/ESD Specimens From The GI Tract. Please visit our Guidelines page for more information.

Registration is now open for the 2019 USCAP GIT and hepatobiliary course in San Sebastian, Spain. Please visit this link for further information and to register.

International speaker A/Prof. Rondell P. Graham is a GI/Liver and Molecular Pathologist at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. His academic focus is on molecular characterization of hepatobiliary and gastrointestinal tumours. He will be speaking at this year's Australasian IAP meeting in Sydney, Australia.

Prof. Graham was the first author on several papers characterizing novel molecular observations in fibrolamellar carcinoma including the description of syndromic cases of this entity. To date, he has authored 75 publications and is currently working on reappraisal of biliary neoplasms.

Prof. Graham holds an MBBS honours degree from the University of the West Indies in Jamaica and is Associate Professor of Pathology at the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and the Head of the GI/Liver pathology section at the Mayo Clinic. A/Prof Graham will be speaking at the Liver, Liver Transplant and Gastrointestinal companion clubs.

Register at https://iap-aus-conference.org.au

Pathology trainees and diagnosticians alike will find practical up-to-date information in this concise new book edited by Dr Ian Brown and Clin/Prof Priyanthi Kumarasinghe with contributions from AGPS members.

Devised along a tissue reaction pattern approach with endoscopic correlation, readers will find this new book a refreshing addition to their personal and institutional libraries.

Find the hardcover book on Amazon Australia. A limited free preview and e-book purchase option is available on the Springer publisher website.