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III Latin American Symposium in Head and Neck Cancer Treatment

 

IAOO 5th World Congress - July 8-11 2015 Sao Paulo, Brazil
Oral Cancer: A Continuing Global Challenge


Wednesday 8 July 2015

12:00-14:00 IAOO Council Meeting 

14:30-16:00
16:30-18:00
18:00-19:00
 

IFHNOS Council Meeting
Latin American Society of Head and Neck Surgery Meeting
Brazilian Head and Neck Society Meeting 

19:00-20:00 Opening Ceremony 

Alexander D. Rapidis, President IAOO - The evolution of IAOO
Luiz P. Kowalski, Congress President - The 5th World Congress
Jatin P. Shah, Chairman of the Council - Official Opening of the Congress

20:00-21:30 President's Reception 

 

Thursday 9 July 2015 - Morning Session

 

 

Hall A

Hall B

Hall C

Hall D

8:00-9:00

Poster Session I
Surgery – Reconstruction-Dental rehabilitation and Quality of Life

     

9:00-10:30

Panel Discussion #1
Surgery
Title: Surgical approaches to the oral cavity: options and consequences

Chairman: Giuseppe Spriano, Italy
Moderator: Maximiliano Diamante, Argentina
Brett Miles, USA Virtual surgery planning and operability
Dan M. Fliss, Israel Innovations in Mandibular Reconstruction
Rui Fernandes, USA Improvements in the accessibility of oral tissues in major orofacial resections
Douglas Chepeha, Canada Neck dissection in oral cancer; facts and fiction

Sponsored Symposium #1
FHNO (Foundation for Head and Neck Oncology)
Management Issues in treatment of Locally Advanced Cancers
Chairs: Anil D’Cruz – A. Moni Kuriakose

Panelists:
Gauri Pantvaidya:
Role of neoadjuvant therapy in locally advanced cancers of oral cavity
Kaustubh Patel:
Management of neck in locally advanced oral cancers
Vikram Kekatpure:
Solving the dilemma of T4 lesions operability
Vijay Haribhakti:
Reconstruction options for mandible and soft tissue defects

Interesting Case Capsules Panel
Moderator: Jyoti.P.Dabholkar
Panelists:
Pankaj Chaturvedi, Sarbani Lashkar, P. Arun, Supreeta Arya, Anuja Deshmukh, Rajendra Toprani

Oral abstracts 1-10
CT / RT I
 

Oral abstracts 11-20
Basic Sciences

10:30-11:00 Keynote Address I
Surgery
Introducer: Patrick J. Gullane, Canada
Jatin P. Shah
The Successes and Realities of Non Surgical Treatment of Head and Neck Cancer

11:00-11:30

Coffee Break

11:30-13:00

Panel Discussion #2
Epidemiology
Title: Recent trends in the epidemiology of oral cancer
Chairman Victor Wunsch Filho, Brazil
Moderator Saman Warnakulasuriya, UK

Gypsyamber D’Souza, USA
Geographical heterogeneity in the role of human papillomavirus in head and neck cancer across Brazil, Europe and US
Maria Isabel W Achatz, Brazil
Predisposition and genetic syndromes associated with head and neck cancer
Tanuja Teni, India
The epidemiology and the molecular basis of oral submucous fibrosis and leukoplakias
Maria Paula Curado, Brazil
Epidemiologic changes of HPV positive oral and oropharyngeal cancer patients

Sponsored Symposium #2
Brazilian Society of Head and Neck Surgery (BSHNS) – Argentine Association of Head and Neck Surgery (AACCyC)
Reconstructive options when free flaps are not available

Chairs: Rogerio A. Dedivitis, Brazil - Jose Luis Novelli, Argentina
BSHNS panel
Claudio R. Cernea: Supraclavicular flap
Fernando L. Dias: Submentonian flap

AACCyC panel
Pedro Sacco:  The current use of pectoralis major myocutaneous flap in oral cavity reconstruction
Edgardo Carranza: The use of lateral trapezius flap in oral cavity reconstruction

Oral abstracts 21-30
Reconstructive Surgery I

Oral abstracts 31-40
Molecular Biology I

13:00-14:00

Lunch at Exhibits / Sponsored Symposium by MSD
Immunotherapy in Oral Cancers: Checkpoint Inhibitor Breakthroughs

Chair: Fernando Maluf, Brazil
Introduction and Objectives
Fernando Maluf, Brazil
Scientific Rationale for Immunotherapy in Head and Neck Cancer
Raul Giglio, Argentina
Clinical Trial Results Examining Immunotherapy in Head and Neck Cancer
Gilberto Castro, Brazil
Patient Experience of Immunotherapy in a Clinical Trial Setting in HNSCC
Robert Ferris, USA
Q&A
Closing
Fernando Maluf, Brazil

Thursday 9 July 2015 - Afternoon Session

 

 

Hall A

Hall B

Hall C

Hall D

14:00-15:30

Panel Discussion #3
Molecular Biology/translational medicine
Title: Clinical impact of molecular markers on oral cancer diagnosis and management
Chair Antonia Kolokythas, USA
Moderator Bhuvanesh Singh, USA

Curtis R. Pickering, USA
Oral cancer. Molecular profile of non-smokers
Barbara Wollenberg,
Germany Molecular prognosticators in oral squamous cell carcinomas
Robert Ferris, USA
Targeted Immunotherapy of HPV+ and HPV- Cancers
Hisham Mehanna, UK
Prognostic biomarkers in HPV positive patients

Sponsored Symposium #3
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, USA - Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Management of the neck in oral cancer
Chairs: Jatin P. Shah - Michiel van den Breckel

MSKCC panel
Snehal Patel: N0 neck and elective neck dissection
Ian Ganly: Management of the neck after chemoradiation failure

Netherlands Cancer Institute panel
Abrahim Al Mamgani: Elective radiotherapy
Baris Karakullucku: Elective neck dissection: wait and see
Michiel van den Breckel: Assessment of the neck

Oral abstracts 41-50
Surgery I

Oral abstracts 51-60
Odontogenic Tumors

15:30-16:00 Keynote Address #II
Basic Sciences
Introducer: Ashok Shaha, USA
Joseph Califano, USA
Advancing surgical therapy and targeted therapeutics in head and neck cancer together.

16:00-16:30

Coffee Break

16:30-18:00

Grand Debate #1
Advanced (stage III and IV) oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma in HPV positive patients
Chairman Jan Vermorken, Belgium
Moderator David I. Rosenthal, USA

James Bonner, USA
Treatment intensification
Vs.
Brian O’Sullivan, Canada
Treatment deescalation

Sponsored Symposium #4
Korean Society of Thyroid-Head and Neck Surgery(KSTHNS) – Italian Society of Otolaryngology Head Neck Surgery
Robotic Surgery in head and neck cancer
Chairs: Eun Chang Choi - Claudio Vicini

KSTHNS panel
Kyung Tae: Robotic thyroidectomy
Yoon Woo Koh: Robotic neck dissection in H&N cancer

Italian society panel
Giuseppe Spriano:
TORS in the treatment of oropharyngeal cancer
Mohssen Ansarin: Transoral robotic surgery for parapharyngeal space tumors

Oral abstracts 61-70
Reconstructive Surgery II

Oral abstracts 71-80
Neck disease I

 

 

Friday 10 July 2015 - Morning Session

 

 

Hall A

Hall B

Hall C

Hall D

8:00-9:00

Poster Session II
CT – RT – Epidemiology – Diagnosis, Staging and Prognosis

World Head and Neck Cancer Day and Educational programs of IFHNOS
Welcome and Introduction
Jatin P. Shah
The WHNCD (The concept, the endorsements, current plans in various locations, country coordinators)
Pankaj Chaturvedi
World Congresses and world tour programs
Ashok Shaha
On line Fellowships and travel grants
Jatin P. Shah
Questions and answers
Jatin P. Shah, Ashok Shaha, Alexis Rapidis, Claudio Cernea, Pankaj Chaturvedi

   

09:00-10:30

Panel Discussion #4
Chemotherapy and radiotherapy
Title: Radiation Oncology and Chemotherapy in the treatment of oral cancer. Combining technology and pharmacokinetics

Chairman Christian Domenge, Brazil
Moderator Vincent Gregoire, Belgium

Mahmut Ozsahin, Switzerland
Current evidence in the use of postoperative radiotherapy for oral squamous cell carcinoma
June Corry, Australia
The devil in the detail of chemoradiation in oral cancer
John “Drew” Ridge, USA
Induction and concomitant chemoradiation in unresectable locally advanced head and neck cancer
Lisa Licitra, Italy
Treatment options in patients with recurrent or metastatic and platinumrefractory head and neck cancer

Sponsored Symposium #5
American Head and Neck Society (AHNS) – Australian and New Zealand Head and Neck Cancer Society (ANZHNCS)
Emerging new technologies in the diagnosis and treatment of oral cancer

Chairs: Dennis Kraus - Kerwin Shannon
AHNS panel
HPV related oropharygeal cancer - a North American perspective

Dennis Kraus: Epidemiology and the patient perspective
Terry Day: Management of the primary - The role of TORS
Doug Girod: Management of the neck - an evolution of therapy
ANZHNCS panel
Technology in Oral Cancer Management  - an Australian Experience

Camile Farah: Narrow Band Imaging improving patient outcomes in oral SCC
Mahiban Thomas: Negative Margins in the oral cavity - getting there, and future implications
Kerwin Shannon: Imaging and 3D printing technology in reconstruction following resection of advanced oral cavity tumours

Oral abstracts 81-90
Reconstructive Surgery III

Oral abstracts 91-100
Molecular Biology II

10:30-11:00

Keynote Address #III
Radiation Oncology
Introducer: Vincent Gregoire, Belgium
Johannes A. Langendijk, Netherlands
Emerging radiation technologies to prevent radiation-induced side effects

11:00-11:30

Coffee Break

11:30-13:00

Panel Discussion #5
Oral Medicine and Pathology
Title: From conventional to molecular pathology – something old and something new
Chairman Oslei Paes de Almeida, Brazil
Moderator Jay Boyle, USA

Gareth J. Thomas UK
The identification of molecular predictors of patient prognosis in HPV positive oropharyngeal cancer
Robert Haddad, USA
Immunotherapy Biomarkers in head and Neck cancer: Are we there yet?
Adel K. El-Naggar, USA
Surgical margins pearls and pitfalls
Andre Carvalho, Brazil
Molecular oralcarcinogenesis and clinical implications

 

Sponsored Symposium #6
University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada and University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK
Future of reconstruction in oral cancer
Chairs: Ian J. Witterick - James Brown

UofT panel – The Canadian experience
Ralph Gilbert: Cancer of the maxilla
Douglas Chepeha: Osteoradionecrosis of the mandible

UofL panel – The British experience
James Brown: Cancer of the maxilla
Richard Shaw: Osteoradionecrosis of the mandible

 

Oral abstracts 101-110
HPV

Oral abstracts 111-120
Quality of life I

13:00-14:00

Lunch and Sponsored Symposium by MERCK – Merck Serono
Defining the pathway to optimal outcomes in SCCHN
Chairmen: Fernando Maluf, Brazil - (TBD)
Speakers: James Bonner, USA
Marco Aurélio Kulcsar, Brazil

Friday 10 July 2015 - Afternoon Session

 

 

Hall A

Hall B

Hall C

Hall D

14:00-15:30

Panel Discussion #6
Reconstructive surgery
Title: Complex microvascular reconstruction and late outcomes
ChairmanRichard E. Hayden, USA
Moderator Andre Eckardt, Germany

Peter G. Cordeiro, USA
Long term functional results after mandibular reconstruction with the use of fibula free flap
James S. Brown, UK
Long term functional results after maxillary reconstruction with the use of DCIA free flap
John de Almeida, Canada
Health related quality of life outcomes after microvascular reconstruction in head and neck cancer
Joseph I. Helman, USA
Dental implants in free flaps. When, What and How
Sponsored Symposium #7
MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, Texas, USA and University of Pittsburg, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, USA
Management of advanced stage III & IV oral and oropharyngeal cancer
Chairs: Randal S. Weber - Robert L. Ferris

New approaches for management of oral cancer:
Intro Robert L. Ferris

Ann Gillenwater: Advances in optical detection of oral cancer and premalignancy
Seungwon (Steve) Kim: Personalized treatment for OSCC: Prognostic biomarkers and adjuvant therapy for high risk OSCC
Stephen Lai: Update on lymphatic mapping and sentinel lymph node biopsy for oral cavity cancer

Oropharyngeal carcinoma advancements:
Intro Randy S. Weber

Michael Kupferman: Changing Epidemiology, risk based stratification, and nonsurgical treatment of HPV+/- disease
Robert L. Ferris: Evolution and prospective trials of surgical therapy of OPSCC
Neil Gross: Pitfalls of TORS and avoiding complications
Uma Duvvuri: Unique aspects of transoral anatomy for surgical management

 

Oral abstracts 121-130
CT / RT II

Oral abstracts 131-140
Diagnosis

15:30-16:00

Keynote Address #IV
Reconstructive Surgery

Introducer: James S. Brown, UK
Head and Neck reconstruction. What’s next
Ralph W. Gilbert, Canada

16:00-16:30

Coffee Break

16:30-18:00

Grand Debate #2
N0 neck in oral squamous cell carcinoma
Chairman Jesus Medina, USA
Moderator Luiz P. Kowalski, Brazil

Anil D’Cruz, India
Selective neck dissection
Vs.
Sandro Stoeckli, Switzerland
Sentinel node biopsy

 

Sponsored Symposium #8
European Association for Cranio-Maxillo-Facial Surgery (EACMFS) – American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons (AAOMS)
Mandibular reconstruction. Technological advances and refinements
Chairs:Ian Martin, UK, Joseph I. Helman, USA

EACMFS panel
Nick Kalavrezos, UK: 3-D Planning of mandibular reconstructions
Klaus-Dietrich Wolff, Germany: Microvascular mandibular reconstruction

AAMOS panel
Deepak Kademani, USA: Free Flaps, Bone Grafts and BMP in Head and Neck Reconstruction
Fayette C. Williams, USA: Condylar Reconstruction
Joshua Lubek, USA: Salvage of the Failing Free Flap



 

Oral abstracts 141-150
Quality of Life II

Oral abstracts 151-160
Prognosis

 

 

Saturday 11 July 2015 - Morning Session

 

 

Hall A

Hall B

Hall C

Hall D

8:00-9:00

Poster Session III
Molecular Biology and Genetics – Pathology

     

09:00-10:30

Panel Discussion #7
Potentially malignant disorders
Title: Challenges on the diagnosis and management of oral cavity potentially malignant disorders
Chairman Fabio de Abreu Alves, Brazil
ModeratorRichard Shaw, UK

A. Ross Kerr, USA
Oral potentially malignant disorders: is malignant transformation preventable?
Moni Abraham Kuriakose, India
The world of imaging in the assessment of potentially malignant disorders
Ann M. Gillenwater, USA
Proliferative verrucous leukoplakia
Jay O. Boyle, USA
Oral cancer in young patients

Sponsored Symposium #9
Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland, USA and Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minessota, USA
Challenges on diagnosis and management of salivary gland tumors

Chairs: David Eisele – Kerry D. Olsen

Johns Hopkins panel
Patrick Ha: Management of adenoid cystic carcinoma of the minor salivary glands
Wayne Koch: Mucoepidermoid carcinoma of the parotid

Mayo Clinic panel
Dan Price: Management of pleomorphic adenomas
Eric Moore: Advanced cancer of the parotid gland

 

Oral abstracts 161-170
Neck disease II

Oral abstracts 171-180
Molecular Biology III

10:30-11:00

Keynote Address #V
Epidemiology
Introducer: Luiz P. Kowalski, Brazil
Paul Brennan, France
HPV antibodies and the subsequent occurrence of oropharynx cancer

11:00-11:30

Coffee Break

11:30-13:00

Panel Discussion #8
Treatment outcome, rehabilitation and quality of life
Title: Long term concerns, functional outcomes and quality of life in oral cancer patients
Chairman: Patrick J. Gullane,Canada
Moderator: C. René Leemans, The Netherlands

Dennis H. Kraus, USA Impact of chemoradiation in patients treated with radical surgery; long term functional results
Bevan Yueh, USA Patients’ expectations and frustrations of oral cancer treatment
Katherine A. Hutcheson, USA Functional assessment and rehabilitation; how to improve outcomes
Simon Rogers, UK Quality of life questionnaires in the next 30 years. Lessons learned

Sponsored Symposium #10
International Association of Oral Pathologists (IAOP) – SOBEP (Sociedade Brasileira de Estomatologia e Patologia Oral)
Practical use of molecular pathology on the management of oral cavity and salivary gland tumors

Chairs: Mark W. Lingen, USA - Marcio Lopes, Brazil

SOBEP panel
Pablo Agustín Vargas, Brazil: Salivary gland tumors and immunohistochemical markers
Fábio Ramoa, Brazil: Oral squamous cell carcinoma subtypes and clinical relevance
IAOP panel
Camile Farah, Australia: Oral Cancer and Oral Potentially Malignant Lesions: Insights from Next Generation Sequencing
Catherine Poh, Canada: Molecular testing in the clinic for the prediction of progression of oral premalignant lesions

 

Oral abstracts 181-190
Neck disease III

Oral abstracts 191-200
TORS / Mesenchymal tumors

13:00-14:00

Lunch to Exhibits / Sponsored Symposium by Ethicon

Saturday 11 July 2015 - Afternoon Session

 

 

Hall A

Hall B

Hall C

Hall D

14:00-15:30

Panel Discussion #9
Prevention - early diagnosis
Title: Oral cancer: screening, early detection and prevention around the world
Chairman Jatin P. Shah, USA
Moderator Newell W. Johnson, Australia

Pankaj Chaturvedi, India
Effective strategies for oral cancer prevention and screening in South East Asia
Terry A. Day, USA
Oral cancer preventive practices in North America
Michele Mignogna, Italy
Oral cancer prevention - an unfinished world agenda
Saman Warnakulasuriya, UK
An appraisal of oral cancer and pre-cancer cancer screening programs in Europe

 

Sponsored Symposium #11
British Association of Head and Neck Oncologists (BAHNO) – European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer (EORTC)
Treatment of HPV positive oropharyngeal carcinoma
Chairs: Michael Fardy, UK – Vincent Gregoire, Belgium

BAHNO panel
Hisham Mehanna:
The current treatment options for HPV positive oropharyngeal carcinoma and future perspectives
Simon Rogers:
The importance of Quality of Life in treatment decisions for HPV positive oropharyngeal carcinoma

EORTC panel
C. Rene Leemans, Netherlands:
Critical issues in selection of patients with oropharyngeal cancer for treatment de-escalation trials
Jan B. Vermorken, Belgium:
The influence of HPV+ on response to treatment in metastatic and loco-regional relapse HNSCC

Oral abstracts 201-210
Surgery II

Oral abstracts 211-220
Oropharynx / Skull base

15:30-16:00

Special Address
Introducer: Alexander D. Rapidis, Greece
Randal S. Weber, USA

The future of head and neck cancer treatment. Vision and innovations of the MD Anderson Cancer Center

16:00-16:30

Coffee Break

16:30-18:00

Grand Debate #3
Jeopardy Competition
Chair: Ian J. Witterick, Canada
Moderator Luiz P. Kowalski, Brazil

 

 

Sponsored Symposium #12
European Head and Neck Society (EHNS) – International Federation of Head and Neck Oncologic Societies (IFHNOS )
Treatment of advanced stage III and IV disease. A therapeutic challenge
Chairs: C. Rene Leemans, Netherlands - Ashok Shaha, USA

EHNS panel
Sefik Hosal:
Salvage surgery in laryngeal cancer after chemo-irradiation
Wojciech Golusinski:
Advanced head and neck cancer in young adults

IFHNOS panel
Patrick Gullane, Canada:
Complications of surgical treatment of head and neck cancer
Douglas Chepeha, Canada:
Reconstructive algorithms after the surgical treatment of head and neck cancer

Oral abstracts 221-230
Salivary gland tumors

Oral abstracts 231-240
Potentially malignant disorders

18:00-18:30

Presidential Address – IAOO: 10 YEARS AFTER
Alexander Rapidis, Greece
The 6th World Congress of IAOO
Moni. A. Kuriakose
Closing Ceremony


 

 

 

 

   

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