Programme

This is a scientific meeting for scientists and health professionals involved in the research, diagnosis and management of familial gastrointestinal cancer.

Please note: this programme will be continually updated - last updated 31 July 2018.

Wednesday 20 March

1600 - 1900

Registration desk open - wine and cheese served

Thursday 21 March

0700 - 1830

Registration desk open

0830 - 0845

Official opening
Ashley Bloomfield, Director General of Health

0845 - 0910

Gastrointestinal hereditary tumours: what we know and what we need to know
Sue Clark

0910 - 0935 Cancer risks associated with MMR gene mutations - how can we define further?
Mark Jenkins
0935 - 1030 Free papers

1030 - 1100

Morning Tea

1100 - 1130

Finding Lynch Syndrome and beyond
John Burn

1130 - 1200 Free papers
1200 - 1230 The immune system in Lynch syndrome/hereditary colorectal cancer
Magnus von Knebel Doeberitz

1230 - 1330

Lunch Break

1330 - 1400 Update on targeted therapies in Gastrointestinal Oncology
Michael Hall

1400 - 1440

Free papers

1440 - 1500 Somatic mutations in colorectal cancer and implications for genetic testing
Gabriel Capella

1500 - 1530

Afternoon Tea

1530 - 1550

Hereditary Diffuse Gastric Cancer (HDGC) - past, present, future
Parry Guilford

1550 - 1600

Genetic couselling in HDGC - the bi-cultural context
Kim Gamet

1600 - 1615

Challenges in genetic counselling - case discussions

1615 - 1700

Free papers

1700 - 1715 Gastroscopy in HDGC - advances?
1715 - 1730 Guideline update - hot news from Wanaka
Nicoline Hoogerbrugge
   
1745 Leave venue to walk to Welcome Reception
1800 - 2000 Welcome Reception - Maritime Museum 
2000 Council Dinner

Friday 22 March

0730 - 0830 CaPP3 Collaborators meeting (invitation only)
0830 - 0855 New colorectal cancer genes: one big happy family?
Ian Frayling

0855 - 0940

Free papers

0940 - 1000 Genetics of Serrated Polyposis Syndrome (SPS)
Dan Buchanan

1000 - 1030

Morning Tea

1030 - 1055

Pathogenesis of Colorectal Cancer in SPS
Christophe Rosty

1055 - 1145 Free papers
1145 - 1200 Genetic testing - when to use what panel and what we are finding
Ian Frayling
1200 - 1215 Panel testing - what is happening internationally? Panel Discussion
Heather Hampel, Gabriel Capella, Ian Frayling (Panel Co-ordinator)
1215 - 1230 Clinical interpretation of genetic variants in hereditary Gi Cancer: where we are and where do we go?
Maurizio Genuardi

1230 - 1330

Lunch and Asia Pacific Meeting

1330 - 1350

Genetic counselling implications of panel and tumour testing
Heather Hampel

1350 - 1410 What constitutes good colonoscopy and gastroscopy in Lynch Syndrome and FAP
Andrew Latchford
1410 - 1430 Management of duodenal adenomas in FAP
Evelien Dekker
1430 - 1500 Free papers

1500 - 1530

Afternoon tea

1530 - 1545

Management of SPS
Evelien Dekker

1545 - 1610 Free papers
1610 - 1630 Pancreatic screening for high risk familial syndromes
John Windsor

1630 - 1730

InSiGHT Annual General Meeting

   
1830 Buses depart SkyCity Auckland Convention Centre for Auckland Museum

1900 - Midnight

Dinner - Auckland Museum

Shuttle buses will depart from 2230 for the hotels

Saturday 23 March 2019

0730 - 0830

InSiGHT Database Governance Committee Meeting

0900 - 0915 Timing of Surgery in FAP
Sue Clark
0915 - 0930 Oligopolyposis/SPS - when is colectomy indicated
John Keating
0930 - 0945 Proctectomy and advanced pouch adenomas in FAP
Matt Kalady
0945 - 1005 Free papers
1005 - 1030 Case discussion - Panel
Christopher Wakeman (Panel Co-ordinator)

1030 - 1100

Morning tea

1100 - 1110

New considerations in surgery for Lynch Syndrome?
Ian Bissett / Greg O'Grady

1110 - 1120

Lynch Syndrome - colectomy and ileorectal anastomosis
Gabriela Moslein

1120 - 1130 Lynch Syndrome - segmental colectomy and aspirin
John Burn
1130 - 1140 Discussion
1140 - 1210 Free papers
1210 - 1230 Hereditary Colorectal Cancer 1989 - 2019: Perspectives from the past and predictions for the future
James Church
1230 - 1240 InSiGHT 2021 and close of meeting
1240 - 1245 Poroporoaki
All delegates to remain seated

1245-1330

Lunch

1330 - 1345

Walk to Waiheke Island Ferry

1400 - 1930

Waiheke Island Trip (optional)

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