2019 AAOMP Annual Meeting is open to Academy Fellows, Members, Residents, and allied dental community members who may benefit from learning more about oral pathology.

Join us June 7-12, in Miami, FL at the InterContinental Miami Hotel for this year's annual meeting.

Make your hotel reservations by calling 305-577-1000 or book online 

Room rate is: $239 City/Pool view, $259 Harborview, $299 Club Room, $389 InterContinental Suite (each room has a $15 per night resort fee.*) 

Resident room rate is $209 single/double occupancy +$15 per night resort fee.*  (Must register through AAOMP via a resident's travel itinerary form)

Hotel reservation deadline is Wednesday, May 15, 2019.  Don't wait to make your reservations! 

*(See AAOMP website for what the resort fee includes.)

 

 

2019 AAOMP Annual Meeting

  • June 7 - 12, 2019
  • 100 Chopin Plaza
    Miami, Florida
    United States
    33131

Event Workshops

2019 Printed Annual Meeting Onsite Booklet

June 7, 2019  07:00 - 23:59
Fee: $10.00
Seats Remaining:

AAOMP will provide the "2019 Annual Meeting Onsite Booklet" in electronic format again this year.  Council approved printing onsite booklets for attendees who would still like a printed booklet at a cost of $10 each to cover the printing costs for the booklet.

CE#1 - AAOMP Seminar

June 8, 2019  08:30 - 11:30
Fee: $0.00
Seats Remaining:220

AAOMP Seminar  (3 credits)

Speakers

  • *Indraneel Bhattacharyya, DDS, MSD (Seminar Chair), Professor and Division Chair, Oral and Maxillofacial Diagnostic Sciences, University of Florida, College of Dentistry
  • *Roman Carlos, DDS, Centro Clinico de Cabeza y Cuello​
  • *Ashley Clark, DDS, University of Texas School of Dentistry
  • *Nadim Islam, BDS, DDS, University of Florida, College of Dentistry
  • *Kelly Magliocca, DDS, Emory University
  • *Molly Smith, University of Kentucky
  • *Tina Woods, DMD, UMMC School of Dentistry

* All of the speakers involved in this seminar have been verified as having no relevant financial relationships to disclose.  

Course Description:

The presenters have selected several interesting head and neck cases with histopathological and/or clinical features that were diagnostically challenging or represented unusual variants of known entities. For each case, the presenter will review the histologic features, the differential diagnostic considerations, relevant immunologic characteristics of the entity under discussion, and summarize the key clinical ramifications and prognosis of the entity.

Course Objectives:

  • To provide participants with contemporary knowledge of the histopathological and clinical features of several challenging diagnostic entities in the head and neck. Each diagnostic entity will be presented via a case-based approach that includes differential diagnostic considerations. 

After the Session the Participant: 

  • Know the histopathologic spectrum of presentation of each entity
  • Know the range of clinical and/or radiographic presentation of the various entities discussed
  • Be able to develop a reasonable histopathological differential diagnosis for each entity
  • Know the most appropriate approach to each entity’s management and prognosis, respectively

CE#3 - €Head And Neck Pathology” - Bruce Wenig, MD

June 9, 2019  08:30 - 11:30
Fee: $0.00
Seats Remaining:208

"Head and Neck Pathology "  (3 credits)

Speaker: Bruce Wenig, MD*, Anatomic Pathology, Moffitt Cancer Center 

* Dr.Wenig has been verified as having no relevant financial relationships to disclose.  

Course Description:

 

Course Objectives:

 

At the End of this course:

CE#5 - Lunch & Learn - Gorlin Lecture "Genetic Disorders Involving The Oral And Maxillofacial Region: A Dermatologist's View", Rudolph Happle, MD

June 10, 2019  12:15 - 14:15
Fee: $0.00
Seats Remaining:221

Lunch & Learn - Gorlin Lecture*

"Genetic Disorders Involving the Oral and Maxillofacial Region: a Dermatologist's View "  (2 credits)

Speaker: Rudolph Happle, MD*, ????????

* Dr. Happle has been verified as having no relevant financial relationships to disclose.  

Course Description: 

 

Course Objectives:

 

After this course the participant:

 

*To ensure that you get a lunch, you must indicate you are attending this event.  We do not guarantee that there will be a lunch available if you don't register ahead of time.

CE#6 - Founders Seminar - €Head And Neck Pathology” - Justin Bishop, MD

June 11, 2019  13:30 - 17:00
Fee: $0.00
Seats Remaining:226

Founders Seminar: “Head and Neck Pathology”  (3.5 credits)

Speaker: Justin Bishop, MD*, Associate Professor, Dept. of Pathology, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center​

* Dr. Bishop has been verified as having no relevant financial relationships to disclose.  

Course Description:

 

Course Objectives:

 

At the end of this course the participant should be able to:

CE#7 - Clinical Pathology Conference (CPC)

June 12, 2019  08:00 - 10:30
Fee: $0.00
Seats Remaining:249

Clinical Pathology Conference (CPC)  (2.5 credits)

Discussants

  • *Stephanie Wetzel, DDS, Atlanta Oral Pathology
  • *Reshma Menon, BDS
  • *Steven Barket, DMD, Medina County Health Department
  • *Angela Ritchie, DDS, Assistant Professor, Indiana University School of Dentistry
  • *Anna Trzcinska, Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology Resident, Mount Sinai Hospital
  • *Annie McLean, Oral Pathology Resident, Texas A&M University College of Dentistry

* All of the discussants involved in this seminar have been verified as having no relevant financial relationships to disclose.  

Contributors

  • *Mark Bernstein, DDS, Professor, Diagnosis and Oral Health, University of Louisville
  • *Robert Kelsch, DMD, Oral Pathologist, Dental Medicine, Long Island Jewish Med. Ctr.
  • *Catherine Poh, DDS, PhD, Professor, Oral Biological and Medical Sciences, University of British Columbia
  • *Molly Smith, OMFP Fellow, University of Kentucky
  • *Kevin Torske, U.S. Navy

* All of the contributing speakers involved in this seminar have been verified as having no relevant financial relationships to disclose.  

Course Description:

Contributors provide rare, unusual or challenging cases and the discussants have to review and provide their diagnosis and rationale.  

Course Objectives:

  • To provide course participants with rare, unusual or challenging cases and potential diagnosis and rationales and what the final outcomes were in order to identify potential cases in their practices.

At the end of the course the participant:

  • Will be able to identify some rare, unusual and challenging cases and understand the rationale and final diagnosis for use in their practice.