Clinicopathologic Expert Panel

New Oral Complications with Immune Check-Point Inhibitors in Cancer Care: An Interactive Case-Based Discussion

Cesar Migliorati, DDS, MS, PhD
Allison Grow, MD, PhD
Indraneel Bhattacharyya, BDS, DDS, MS

Friday, May 1
8:00 AM – 9:30 PM

Moderators: 
Arwa Farag, BDS, DMSc
Cesar Migliorati, DDS, MS, PhD

Description

This clinico-pathologic session is centered around new oral complications in cancer patients receiving immune check-point inhibitors. A complex clinical case will be presented by a panel of experts in oral medicine, oral pathology, and radiation oncology. The case presentation will include the patient’s medical history, clinical presentation, diagnostic studies, treatment modalities, and research protocol considerations. Attendees will participate in live polling throughout the presentation. Ample time will be designated for more interaction between the audience and the experts’ panel at the end of the clinical case presentation.


About the Presenters:

Cesar Migliorati, DDS, MS, PhD
Oral Medicine

Dr. Cesar Migliorati is the Associate Dean of Clinical Administration and Quality Assurance at the University of Florida College of Dentistry. He is involved in the American Academy of Oral Medicine as a member, and is a Diplomate and President of the American Board of Oral Medicine.

Indraneel Bhattacharyya, BDS, DDS, MS
Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology

Dr. Neel Bhattacharyya obtained oral and maxillofacial pathology training and received a masters degree from the Indiana University School of Dentistry, Indianapolis. He received his DDS from the University of Nebraska College of Dentistry. He is a diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology. He is currently, a tenured Full Professor and the Director of the Division of Oral Pathology at the University of Florida College of Dentistry. He has been at UF for over 15 years and has won numerous teaching awards throughout his career including six at UF. He was also the Director of the UF Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology residency program from 2006–2017. He has served as a Councilor, Fellowship Examination committee member and on the Education committee for the AAOMP. He is actively involved in a clinical oral pathology practice and biopsy service which he has contributed in building into one of the largest oral pathology biopsy services in the nation. Currently the UF Oral Pathology biopsy service accessions over 13000 tissue specimens. He has authored or co-authored more than 140 refereed papers and book chapters covering a diverse range of topics addressing both clinical and microscopic aspects of oral and maxillofacial pathology. He is also actively involved in several NIH and industry funded research projects studying medication induced osteonecrosis of jaws, molecular and clinical aspects of various oral and jaw lesions, precancerous and cancerous oral lesions, polymicrobial periodontal disease and systemic diseases in animal models and Sjogren’s syndrome. Dr. Bhattacharyya is a sought after speaker and has lectured extensively in the US and abroad at various regional, national and international meetings.

Allison Grow, MD, PhD
Radiation Oncology