METASTATIC COLORECTAL CANCER: AN ALGORITHM FOR TREATMENT
Saturday 28 November
Synopsis: A discussion on the development and implementation of a data-driven expert consensus algorithm for the treatment of patients with metastatic colorectal cancer and the role of Y-90 radioembolization.
Presentation title: Metastatic Colorectal Cancer: An Algorithm for Treatment
Presenter: Dr Rohan Jeyarajah, Methodist Richardson Medical Center, United States
D. Rohan Jeyarajah, MD., is Chair of Clinical Sciences and Head of Surgery at TCU and UNTHSC School of Medicine. He is a distinguished member of Methodist Richardson Medical Center attending staff and serves as Director of GI Surgical Services and Director of HPB/Advanced GI Fellowship Program. His practice focuses on diseases of the upper abdominal tract, including surgical therapy for pancreatic, liver, bile duct, stomach and esophageal conditions. Specific interests include increasing the role of laparoscopy and utilization of multimodality therapy.
Presenter: Dr Mehan Siriwardhane, The Mater Hospital, Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Dr Mehan Siriwardhane completed a fellowship in minimally invasive HPB and completed the fellowship training program of the ANZ HPB Association. He finished his post fellowship training by undertaking a year of HPB and liver transplant surgery at Princess Alexandra Hospital. Dr Siriwardhane is qualified to perform robotic surgery and completed Australia’s first Public robotic Whipple operation in 2017. He concurrently undertakes humanitarian work conducting training in HPB and general surgery as part of the outreach programs of the IHPBA since 2014. As a result, he has an honourary fellowship of the College of Surgeons in Sri Lanka.
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