(updated on November 18, 2015)

All sessions will be held in the Royal Ballroom at Eros Hotel, Nehru Place, New Delhi, except one:
The Self Assessment slide viewing session on Thursday, November 19 will be held in the UG Lab, Pathology department, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi from 9 am to 12 noon.


Thursday, November 19

9:00-12:00 Self assessment

12.30 General Body Meeting of the Dermatopathology Society of India


1.00 Lunch


2.00 Dermatopathology of HIV/AIDS: Lessons learned Wayne Grayson
2.20 Tuberculosis Uday Khopkar
2.40 Leprosy Rajiv Joshi
3.00 Skin disorders in Asians: potential pitfalls and unusual entities Joyce Lee
3.20 Clinicopathological tight spots Sujay Khandpur


3.40 Tea


4.10 Unusual presentations of drug eruptions Katrin Kerl
4.30 Discussion of Glass Slide Challenge cases
Nischal KC, Sonal Sharma, Divya P, Sasi Attili, Subhra Dhar, B Vijaya, Inchara YK (2), Dipankar De, Leena Dennis Joseph
5.15 Self Assessment Discussion I
Phyu Aung, Bijal Amin, Rajalakshmi T, Jeff North, Ravi Suchak, Nandakumar G, Ying Guo, Pradeep Mahajan, Meera Thomas, Uma Nahar
6.15 Session ends

6:30 Welcome Reception


Friday, November 20

8.30 Free communications, Halls A and B
9:30 Lichenoid dermatitis Adriano Piris
9:50 Histopathologic clues to the cutaneous diagnosis of anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibody (ANCA) associated vasculitis Andrew Carlson
10:10 Trauma and drug-induced panniculitis Jag Bhawan


10.30 Tea


11.00 Eosinophilic infiltrates: when they help, when they don't Maxwell Fung
11.20 Urticarial vasculitis: what’s in a name Alistair Robson
11:40 New inflammatory conditions Andrew Carlson

12:00 Ackerman Lecture
Development of Indian Rotavirus Vaccine: Lesson for affordable innovation Maharaj K Bhan


1.00 Lunch
Executive Committee Meeting of the International Society of Dermatopathology (Vicereoys Room)


2.30 Vulvar dermatoses Mai Hoang
2.50 Pediatric vascular proliferations: new concepts Tim McCalmont
3.10 Immunohistochemistry of spindle cell tumours Tammie Ferringer
3.30 Traditional histochemistry: still relevant! Angel Fernandez


3.50 Tea


4.20 Enhancing education and research using virtual dermatopathology Rajendra Singh
4.40 Self-Assessment Case Discussion II
Asok Biswas, April Deng, Greg Seidel, Mohammed Briak, Richard Carr, Asha Kubba, Tan Suat Hoon, Adriano Piris, Uma Nahar

5.40 General Assembly of the International Society of Dermatopathology

7.30 Conference Dinner


Saturday, November 21

8.30 Free communications, Halls A and B
9.30 Palmoplantar keratodermas-an algorithmic diagnostic approach Dieter Metze
9.50 Spitz nevus and mimics in children Yamile Corredoira
10.10 Genetics of acral lentiginous melanoma Carlos Torres-Cabala


10.30 Tea


11.00 Pitfalls in dermatopathology: lessons from a busy consultative practice Aleodor Andea
11.20 Paraneoplastic syndromes Doina Ivan
11.40 Cutaneous lymphomas: what's new Victor Prieto
12.10 Malignant sweat gland tumours: an update Eduardo Calonje
12.30 Self Assessment Case Discussion III A
Anjela Galan, IS Reddy, Chika Ohata, Saleem Taibjee, Jacqueline Junkins-Hopkins


1.00 Lunch


2.00 Self Assessment Case Discussion III B
Mithilesh Chandra, Richard Kasper, Sudheer Arava, Meenakshi Batrani, V Ramesh
2.30 Cutaneous vascular tumours in adults Sara Edward
2.50 Cutaneous fibrohistiocytic tumours Aleodor Andea
3.10 Neuroendocrine tumours Maria Teresa Fernandez Figueras
3.30 Plexiform cutaneous soft tissue tumours Zsolt Argenyi


3.50 Meeting ends with Tea