The American Society of Dermatopathology

Fellows' Presentations

Friday, October 22
4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. CT

2 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM

The Continuing Education and Research Committee selects 18 of the outstanding submissions in the Fellows in Dermatopathology abstract category to be presented orally. Abstract session will have a mix of case reports, clinical studies and basic science presentations. 

Speaker   Title
James Abbott, MD   Familial SUFU Mutation Associated with Basaloid Follicular Hamartomas
Shruti Agrawal, MD   The Capillary Lobule Pattern of Post-Radiation Angiosarcoma: A Diagnostic Pitfall
Colleen J. Beatty, MD   MET Exon 14 Skipping in a Malignant Melanoma: A New Potential Target in Melanoma Therapy?
Angela J. Jiang, MD   Histopathologic Challenges and Traps in the Diagnosis of Nail Unit Melanoma
Bruce D. Leckey, DO   Proliferative Nodules in Cellular Blue Nevi Mimicking Blue Nevus-Like Melanoma
Christine M. Lee, MD
  Rubella Virus Associated Granulomatous Dermatitis in a Patient with Common Variable Immunodeficiency
Joel Lim, MD
  Histiocytoid Sweet Syndrome and Kikuchi-Fujimoto Disease in a Patient with VEXAS Syndrome: Expanding the Clinical Spectrum of this New Entity
Saisindhu Narala, MD, MAS   Small- and Medium-Vessel Vasculitis Secondary to Olaparib
Neda Rezaee, MD   Primary Cutaneous Epithelioid Mesenchymal Tumor with a Novel ATP2B4-GLI1 Gene Fusion
Nan G. Ring, MD   Histologic Findings in an Atypical Bullous Rash Associated with Anaplasmosis
Behzad Salari, MD

Colchicine Toxicity with Allopurinol-associated Sweet-like Drug Reaction
Victoria C. Vaughan, MD   Genomic Profiling of Syringotropic Melanoma
Yuan Yu Huang, MD   PRAME Expression in Junctional Melanocytic Proliferations of the Conjunctiva
Rebecca Johnson, MD   Dissecting Epithelial-dermal Interactions at the Interface of Skin Regeneration and Cancer
Igor Katsyv, MD, PhD   Dissecting Epithelial-dermal Interactions at the Interface of Skin Regeneration and Cancer
Alison E. Seline, MD
  Stratification of BAP1-inactivated Melanocytic Tumors by SNP Array with Emphasis on Recognition of BAP1-inactivated Melanoma
Karein E. Trevino, MD   The Effect of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Diagnosis of Melanoma
Kaitlin Vanderbeck, MD   Histomorphologic Alterations in Melanoma After Combination BRAF and MEK Inhibitor Therapy

Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this session, participants should be able to:

  • Identify various clinical and basic science topics within dermatopathology.
  • Exemplify and promote the exchange of new ideas and concepts within the field of dermatopathology.
  • Describe innovative investigative studies and tools pertaining to bench and translational research.
  • Compare unique pathological perspectives and concepts as they relate to individual and groups of cases.