AANP Teaching Rounds 

The American Association of Neuropathologists Teaching Rounds With Digital Slide Review is a regularly scheduled series set to occur the 4th week of the month alternating between Mondays and Wednesdays. As of the November, 2021 session, lectures will be accessed via PathLMS. Maria Martinez-Lage, MD and Angelica Oviedo, MD are the Co-Course Directors. The series will occur from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm Eastern Time. Annual registration is free for AANP members, $100.00/year for non-members, and $5.00/year for non-member trainees. Click here to register for 2022Please Note: There is a delay between registering for the activity and receiving additional information such as access information. You must be registered prior to 4:00 PM Mountain Time the day before a session in order guarantee receipt of access information.

Each month registrants can expect to receive an e-mail with access instructions and the session flyer. Please check your "Spam" or "Junk" e-mail folder for the e-mails. 

Please note that only the live session is accredited for CME; credit may not be claimed for watching the recorded sessions. 

2022 Schedule

Date Presenter Topics, Slides and Recordings
Monday, January 24th - Rescheduled for June 22nd Karra Jones, MD, PhD High-Yield Congenital Myopathy Pathology
Wednesday, February 23rd Mark Cohen, MD
Prions for Neuropathology Fellows (and Friends)
PowerPoint Slides
Recording
Case-Based Questions
Virtual Slide
Monday, March 28th David Meredith, MD, PhD
Common Mesenchymal Neoplasms in and Around the CNS
PowerPoint Slides
Recording
Case-Based Questions
Virtual Slide
Wednesday, April 27th Jeffrey Golden, MD
Neural Tube Closure and Associated Defects
PowerPoint Slides
Recording
Case-Based Questions
Monday, May 23rd John Donahue, MD General Neuroanatomy/Staining: An Introduction to Neuropathology for Neuropathologists
Wednesday, June 22nd Karra Jones, MD, PhD High-Yield Congenital Myopathy Pathology
Monday, July 25th Arie Perry, MD Hereditary Tumor Syndrome
Wednesday, August 24th Jason Huse, MD, PhD Rare Gliomas
Monday, September 26th Edward Lee, MD, PhD Alzheimer's Disease and Common Co-Morbidities
Wednesday, October 26th Anat Stemmer-Rachamimov, MD Peripheral Nerve Sheath Tumors
Monday, November 28th

Thomas J Cummings, MD

The Pathology of Glaucoma

Wednesday, December 21st

Nora Laver, MD

Retinal disease: AMD, Diabetes, Arterial and Venous occlusions and Hypertensive changes

 

2021 Schedule

 Date  Presenter  Topic, Slides and Recordings
Monday, January 25th Melike Pekmezci, MD
Neoplastic Disease: Diagnostic Approach to Diffuse Glioma
PowerPoint Slides
Recording
Case-Based Questions
Virtual Slide
Wednesday, February 24th Angela Viaene, MD, PhD
Pediatric Neuropathology: Malformations
PowerPoint Slides
Recording
Case-Based Questions
Monday, March 22nd Caterina Giannini, MD, PhD
Inflammatory Disease of the Meninges
PowerPoint Slides
Recording
Case-Based Questions
Wednesday, April 28th Marta Margeta, MD, PhD
Neuromuscular Disease: Idiopathic Inflammatory Myopathies
PowerPoint Slides
Recording
Case-Based Questions
Monday, May 24th Leila Chimelli, MD, PhD
Neuropathology of Central Nervous System Infections
PowerPoint Slides
Recording
Case-Based Questions
Wednesday, June 23rd Fausto Rodriguez, MD
Eye Disease: Illustrative Cases
PowerPoint Slides
Recording
Case-Based Questions
Monday, July 26th Brent Harris, MD, PhD, FCAP
Update on ALS and Related Neurodegenerative Disorders
PowerPoint Slides
Recording
Case-Based Questions
Wednesday, August 25th Karra Jones, MD, PhD
High-Yield Muscular Dystrophy Pathology
PowerPoint Slides
Recording
Case-Based Questions
Monday, September 27th Isaac Solomon, MD, PhD Infectious Diseases of the Central Nervous System
PowerPoint Slides
Recording
Case-Based Questions
Wednesday, October 27th Cynthia Hawkins, MD, PhD, FRCPC
Pediatric Gliomas - A Case-Based, Practical Approach to Using the WHO 2021 Classification  
PowerPoint Slides
Recording
Case-Based Questions
Monday, November 29th Ann McKee, MD
The Neuropathology of CTE
PowerPoint Slides
Recording
Case-Based Questions
Wednesday, December 22nd Marta Margeta, MD, PhD
Metabolic and Toxic Myopathies
PowerPoint Slides
Recording
Case-Based Questions

 

Accreditation Information

Overall Learning Objectives:
1. Discuss recent advances in the field of neuropathology that impact research and practice.
2. Cite 2-3 examples of new information on the underlying etiologies and mechanisms of neurologic disease.
3. Explain how to translate the latest developments in neuropathology into clinical practice.

Accreditation Statement: The American Association of Neuropathologists is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Physician Credit Designation: The American Association of Neuropathologists designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

For information about the accreditation of this program, please contact the American Association of Neuropathologists at (303) 557-0859 Ext. 84.