Wed 17 November 2021 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Oral medicine: Enhancing diagnostic precision in oral cancer
Explore how combining a single optical fibre, a software engineer and a dentist can improve oral cancer diagnosis.
Oral skin conditions with potential for cancerous change affect up to five per cent of the population. Receive an update on lab-to-clinic translation of minimally invasive approaches aimed at improving diagnostic precision in oral cavity cancer. Learn about the clinical application of state-of-the-art in vivo micrography and molecular biology in the early detection of oral cancer.
CPD hours: 1 clinical hour
RSVP by 15 November 2021
Please note: After registering for this event, you will receive confirmation of registration. Once registration has closed on the 15 November, you will receive a separate email with the zoom webinar log on details on 14 November.
Dr Tami Yap
BDSc (Hons) DCD PhD FRACDS FOMAA
Tami is an academic at the Melbourne Dental School with a research focus in early detection of oral cancer. Tami holds clinical and teaching appointments at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, Alfred Hospital, Royal Dental Hospital of Melbourne and the Skin Health Institute.