ITOG is pleased to report that four ITOG members will be moderators and/or panelists in the 2nd Annual New York Masters Course in Endocrine Surgery, December 6-7 at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York, New York. The course will be an intensive review of key endocrine surgery topics, with special focus on current trends and techniques. This will include viewing live demonstrations of minimally invasive surgery for thyroidectomy and parathyroidectomy.

Online registration is available at:

Friday, December 6th

Well-differentiated Thyroid Cancer: Part 1

Moderator, James Fagin, MD

Presenter, Michael Tuttle, MD, “Staging and Risk Stratification”

Familial Conditions and Multiple Endocrine Neoplasia

Moderator, Thomas J. Fahey, III, MD

Presenter, Ross Cagan, PhD, “Development of New Therapeutics Targeting MTC”

Saturday, December 7th

Video Symposium: How I Do It

Presenter, Thomas Fahey III, MD, “Conventional Thyroidectomy”

Adrenal Disorders

Moderator, Thomas Fahey, III, MD

Well-differentiated Thyroid Cancer: Part 2

Moderator, Michael Tuttle, MD

Presenter, James Fagin, MD, “Radioiodine Therapy: Who Needs It, Who Does Not and How to Make it Work Better”

Presenter, James Fagin, MD, “What are We Learning from Whole Genome Sequencing of Thyroid Cancer”

Presenter, Ross Cagan, PhD, “Novel, Targeted Therapeutic Treatments”