Tuesday, May 01, 2018 - Thursday, May 31, 2018
Neurology Grand Rounds 9:00 AM | John M. Dennis Auditorium, VAMC Topic: "Neurology Education Symposium" Speakers: Carolyn Cronin, MD, PhD; Matthew Jaffa, DO; Ana Sanchez, MD
EPH Grand Rounds 12:00 PM | Taylor Lecture Hall The Beta Tau Chapter of Delta Omega presents the annual Advances in Public Health Lecture. Presentation by Mathuram Santosham, MD.
Psychiatry Grand Rounds 12:00 PM | VA Auditorium Speaker: Maya Prabhu MD and Bhinna Pearl Park MD Topic: The Refugee Crisis: Local Repsonses to a Global Issue
Neurology Grand Rounds - Jerome K. Merlis, M.D. Memorial Lecture in Neuroscience 9:00 AM | John M. Dennis Auditorium, VAMC 42nd Annual Jerome K. Merlis Lecture in Neuroscience, Neurophysiology and Neuropathy presented by Merit Cudkowicz, M.D. Topic: âNew Insights and Therapeutic Approaches for ALSâ
Neurology Grand Rounds: Neurology Research Poster Presentations 9:00 AM | Paca Pratt Building Learning Center - Lower Level, Rooms 2 & 3B Neurology Research Poster Presentations Presented by Various Neurology Faculty, Fellows, and Residents
Grand Rounds 7:00 AM | Health Science Facility II Auditorium Two Mini Lectures "Obesity and TJA: A Burgeoning Problem" and "Synthetic Mesh Reconstruction for Extensor Mechanism Disruption Following TKA." by Dr. James Andrew Browne.
Identifying Funding Sources for Postdocs 9:00 AM | 685 W. Baltimore Street, MSTF Building, Room 316 This interactive workshop will assist postdocs in identifying non-NIH sources of funding for their research.
Neurology Grand Rounds - The 12th Annual Weiner Family Memorial Lecture 9:00 AM | John M. Dennis Auditorium, VAMC The 12th Annual Weiner Family Memorial Lecture presented by Kathleen Shannon, M.D. Topic: "Here's Looking Up Your Old Address: Searching for Clues to the Etiology of Parkinson Disease"
Neurology Grand Rounds: The Richard F. Mayer, MD Neurology Resident & Fellow Research Symposium 9:00 AM | John M. Dennis Auditorium, VAMC The Richard F. Mayer, MD 5th Annual Neurology Resident & Fellow Research Symposium (Part One) Speakers to include various Neurology residents and fellows