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First International Milan Nephropathology Course
20-22 September 2017

  • This three-day course, using the unique virtual slides dynamic approach, will give an updated overview on the more significant topics in renal pathology. The eminent faculty of the meeting is composed by nephropathologists with exceptional track-record and clinical experience on histopathological issues of native kidney diseases.

    The course will be articulated through frontal lectures and complementary slide seminars via interactive digital pathology (virtual slides).

    This course will make an emphasis on morphology and the use of ancillary studies as well as molecular approaches like proteomics, genetics and immunohistochemistry.

    The targeted audience includes practicing pathologists, renal pathologists and pathology trainees. The course is also opened to nephrologists.

    The course received the official endorsement of the International Society of Nephrology

     

     

     

     

  • 13.30-14.00 Registration
    14.00-14,30 Kidney physiopathology of the glomerulus

    Paola Romagnani

    University of Florence, Italy

    14,30-15,15 Minimal change disease and focal segmental glomerulosclerosis

    Laure-Hélène Noel

    Hôpital NeckerEnfants Malades, Paris, France

    15,15-16.00 Membranoproliferative glomerulonephritis  and  C3 nephropathy

    Terence Cook

    Imperial College, London, UK

    16.00-16,15 Coffee break
    16,15-17.00 Thrombotic microangiopathies

    Ettore Sabadini

    Hospital of Bergamo, Italy

    17.00-17.45 SPECIAL SESSION: NEW TECHNOLOGY IN RENAL PATHOLOGY

    Multiplex immunohistochemical staining in renal biopsies

    Maddalena Bolognesi

    University Milan Bicocca, Milan, Italy

    17,45-18,45 Clinical-pathological cases discussion

    (Whole Slide Imaging – Virtual Slides)

    19,00 Light Dinner

  • 9.00-9,45 IgA nephropathy

    Ian Roberts

    John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, UK

    9,45-10,30 Cryoglobulinemic nephritis

    Antonella Barreca

    University of Turin, Turin, Italy

    10,30-10,45 Coffee break
    10,45-11,30 Vasculitis

    Ingeborg Bajema,

    University of Leiden, NL

    11,30-12,15 Lupus nephritis

    Franco  Ferrario

    San Gerardo Hospital, Monza, Italy

    12,15-13,15 Clinical-pathological cases discussion

    (Whole Slide Imaging – Virtual Slides)

    13.30-14.00 Lunch
    14.00-14,45 Diabetic nephropathy

    Paolo Fiorina

    Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA

    University of Milan, Italy

    14,45-15,30 Amyloidosis and light chain deposition disease

    Manuela Nebuloni

    University of Milan, Italy

    15,30-15,45 Coffee break
    15,45-16,30 Renal pathology in lymphoproliferative disorders

    Helena Zakharova

    Moscow City Hospital, Russia

    16,30-17,15 SPECIAL SESSION: NEW TECHNOLOGY  IN RENAL PATHOLOGY

    MiRNA detection in glomerulonephritis

    Antonio Granata

    Agrigento, Italy

    17,15-18,15 Clinical-pathological cases discussion

    (Whole Slide Imaging – Virtual Slides)

  • 9.00-9,45 Membranous nephropathy

    Fabio Pagni

    University Milan Bicocca, Milan, Italy

    9.45-10,30 SPECIAL SESSION: NEW TECHNOLOGY IN RENAL PATHOLOGY

    Proteomics in glomerulonephritis

    Andrew Smith

    University Milan Bicocca, Milan, Italy

    10.30-11,15 Infection-related glomerulonephritis

    Rudiger Waldherr

    University of  Heidelberg, Germany

    11,15-11,30 Coffee break
    11,30-12,15 Fabry Disease

    Federico Pieruzzi

    University Milan Bicocca, Milan, Italy

    12,15-13,30 Acute and chronic interstitial nephritis

    Wesam Ismail

    Beni Suef University, Cairo, Egypt

    13,30                                             Closure

  • Scientific secretariat:

    nephropathology-milano2017@educationalfactory.com

     

    Organizing secretariat:

    info@educationalfactory.com

  • Clinicians: €400

     

    Fellows: €250

     

    The fee includes the congress kit, participation to scientific sessions, lunches , certificate of attendance and  ECM certificate.

     

    The following professional roles will receive Formation Credits upon attending to the course: Medical Doctors including Pathologists and Nephrologists


  • Booking

    tel: +39 02 66746131/+39 02 66746134/+39 02 66746136

    email: booking@fourpointsmilano.com

     

    Please specify Educational Factory as a reference.

     

    To qualify for the discounted rate, it is necessary to complete payment at the time of booking.

     

    Payment cannot be refunded or canceled.

     

    Reserved rooms can be seen here

  • The course is organized during the September MILAN FASHION WEEK  (http://fashionweekdates.com) offering to the attendees an exceptional opportunity to visit Milan during the most important international event of the year.

    Milan Fashion Week is a clothing trade show held semi-annually in Milan, Italy.  Milan Fashion Week, was established in 1958 The autumn/winter event is held in February/March of each year, and the spring/summer event is held in September/October of each year.

    Milan fashion week including more than 40 shows each season transforms the city into a touristic hob by simply creating various venues for the shows selecting the most elegant and influential palaces to become the stage for design.

  • Fabio Pagni

    Assistant Professor of pathology and Coordinator of the renal pathology section at San Gerardo Hospital, Monza, Italy

    University of Milan Bicocca, Italy

    Manuela Nebuloni

    Associate professor of pathology and Director of the center of renal immunopathology research

    University of Milan, Italy

  • Franco Ferrario

    Founder and coordinator of the nephropathology center

    San Gerardo Hospital, Monza, Italy

  • Ingeborg Bajema

    Nephropathologist and member of the Mayo consensus working group on glomerulonephritis

    University of Leiden, NL

    Antonella Barreca

    Nephropathologist

    Hospital Molinette, University of Turin, Italy

    Maddalena Bolognesi

    Research assistant for nephropathology trials

    University of Milan Bicocca, Italy

    Terence Cook

    Professor of renal pathology and deputy director of the centre for complement and inflammation research

    Imperial College, London, UK

    Paolo Fiorina

    Assistant professor Harvard Medical School and director of the diabetes center, pediatric clinical research center

    University of Milan, Italy

    Antonio Granata

    Professor of nephrology and director of the clinical unit

    Ospedale San Giovanni di Dio, Agrigento, Italy

    Wesam Ismail

    Professor of pathology, nephropathologist, member of the ISN renal pathology committee

    Beni Suef University, Cairo, Egypt

    Laure-Hélène Noel

    Nephropathologist and member of the nephropathology working group of the European society of pathology

    Hôpital Necker-Enfants Malades, Paris, France

    Federico Pieruzzi

    Assistant Professor of Nephrology

    University of Milan Bicocca, Italy

    Ian Roberts

    Professor of Pathology and member of the nephropathology working group of the European society of pathology

    Department of Cellular Pathology John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, UK

    Paola Romagnani

    Professor of Nephrology at Meyer Children’s Hospital, Florence and Coordinator of the European cooperative Project STAR-TREK for the set up of stem cell therapies for renal disorders

    University of Florence, Italy

    Ettore Sabadini

    Coordinator of the renal pathophysiology section

    Pope Giovanni XIII, Hospital of Bergamo, Italy

    Andrew James Smith

    Researcher in proteomics, Department of Health Sciences, School of Medicine and Surgery

    University of Milano Bicocca, Italy

    Rudiger Waldherr

    Nephropathologist

    University of Heidelberg, Germany

    Helena Zakharova

    Associate Professor of Nephrology, Chair of Russian Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education

    Moscow City Hospital, Russia

  • Vincenzo L’Imperio
    MD
    University of Milan Bicocca, Italy