Dr. Deepti Ravi is a sub-speciliased Gastrointestinal, Hepato-biliary and Pancreatic (GI/HPB) pathologist and the current GI/HPB Pathology Team Lead at Saskatchewan Health Authority (Saskatoon). She also serves as the Director for the Surgical Pathology Fellowship Program at USask.
She is an Irish-Canadian trained physician with fellowships focusing on Applied Molecular Oncologic Pathology (research fellowship funded by Terry Fox research foundation) and GI pathology (clinical fellowship from Uni. of Toronto graduating in 2019 after which she established her practise as a GI/HPB pathologist.
She sits on several national and international sub-specialty pathology committees, holds multiple research grants and is the youngest and first Canadian physician to have received the ASCP’s 40 under 40 award for contributions to Laboratory Medicine.
This microscopy session will help trainees and pathologists review some complex and interesting cases from a sub-specialised GI pathology practice. It will give an overview of how to approach such cases and the practical aspect of how these impact the GI practice.
Have an approach to complex luminal GI biopsies
Distinguish between some neoplastic and non-neoplastic mimics
Understand the practical aspect to complex cases and its impact on one’s practice