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22Feb
6:00 PM | Round Room, 3rd Floor, Weinberg Pavilion, UMMC 22 South Greene Street We will use prose and poetry readings, film screenings, art viewings, writing exercises, music, guest presentations, and panel discussions to create open and stimulating conversation.
14Mar
8:00 AM | BioPark GRID, Suite 102 | 875 Hollins St. Join Women In Bio (WIB) Baltimore Meetups at the GRID, learn about "Pioneering Spirit or Stuck in a Rut? Keeping the Pioneering Spirit in Leadership."
14Mar
11:30 AM | Bressler Research Building 1-008 Six week online course to equip future STEM faculty with tools to be effective leaders. Live learning sessions to accompany online class.
15Mar
9:00 AM | Conference Room 14-007, Bressler Research Building This workshop is specifically designed for those who anticipate being reviewed for promotion in 2018 or 2019.
27Mar
1:30 PM | Howard Hall, Room 450 Lecture series to assist trainees interested in applying for faculty positions.
29Mar
12:00 PM | HSFII Auditorium and S241 Learn how to give a good talk and present your research clearly with our three part workshop featuring David Stern, a lab head at Janelia Research Campus, HHMI's standalone campus.
3Apr
1:30 PM | Howard Hall, Room 450 Lecture series to assist trainees interested in applying for faculty positions.
11Apr
4:00 PM | Hosick Hall, 1st Floor Bressler Research Bldg. Join PPGM in welcoming Dr. Margaret Danielle Fallin "Can blood-based epigenetics research inform brain-based disorders?"
12Apr
8:00 AM | 20 N. Penn St. | HSF2 Conference Room 600 Through the Trenches and Beyond! Find $$$, Resources & Talent for Start-Ups, Nonprofits, and More. Open to ALL (men and women).
19Apr
5:30 PM | Round Room, 3rd Floor, Weinberg Pavilion, UMMC 22 South Greene Street We will use prose and poetry readings, film screenings, art viewings, writing exercises, music, guest presentations, and panel discussions to create open and stimulating conversation.
24Apr
1:30 PM | Howard Hall, Room 450 Lecture series to assist trainees interested in applying for faculty positions.
24Apr
5:30 PM | Health Sciences Library Gladhill Boardroom, Fifth Floor 601 West Lombard Street Participants are invited to engaging monthly discussions of selected topics in healthcare, all through the lens of the arts; painting and film, poetry and music, sculpture and prose.
26Apr
2:00 PM | Discover Auditorium, UMB Biopark 801 W. Baltimore St. Defining Autism Phenotypes in Human Neural Precursor Cells: Idiopathic and 16p11.2 Deletion Subgroups
16May
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
17May
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.
23May
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"
29May
2:00 PM | Bressler Research Building, Room 7-035 Noriaki Ono, DDS, PhD Assistant Professor, Orthodontics and Pediatric Dentistry University of Michigan, School of Dentistry
30May
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
6Jun
9:00 AM | John M. Dennis Auditorium, VAMC The Richard F. Mayer, MD 5th Annual Neurology Resident & Fellow Research Symposium (Part Two) Speakers to include various Neurology residents and fellows
7Jun
11:00 AM | School of Nursing Auditorium, Rm 130 Speakers: Linda Chang, MD, MS and Thomas Ernst, PhD Topic: Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) Study: Largest Longitudinal Study of Brain Development and Child Health in the U.S.
12Jun
9:00 AM | Conference Room 14-007, Bressler Research Building Faculty Development Workshop - Preparing for Promotion
19Jun
8:00 AM | Health Science Facility (HSF II) Room 600 - 20 Penn Street Androgen Receptor Factor in Prostate Cancer Development and Progression
21Jun
5:30 PM | Round Room, 3rd Floor, Weinberg Pavilion, UMMC 22 South Greene Street We will use prose and poetry readings, film screenings, art viewings, writing exercises, music, guest presentations, and panel discussions to create open and stimulating conversation.
27Jun
4:30 PM | Borges Auditorium Lecture topic: "Steroids and Opioids in IBD- Do Less Harm"
19Jul
12:00 PM | Bressler Bldg. Hoick Lecture Hall Cancelled
23Jul
1:00 PM | SMC Campus Center, Ballroom A Explore how their assumptions impact behavior and choices around communication, patient care, innovation, hiring, promotion, education and building organizational culture.
25Jul
4:30 PM | Borges Auditorium Speaker: Florian Rieder, MD Topic: How do we manage a Crohn's disease patient with an inflamed ileal stricture?
5Sep
2:00 PM | School of Social Work Auditorium ~ 525 W. Redwood St. Topic: "Brain Tumor Classification â Old and New WHO" Speaker: Charles Eberhart, MD, PhD
5Sep
6:00 PM | Hilton Downtown Baltimore Abrams Memorial Lecture
12Sep
2:00 PM | School of Social Work Auditorium ~ 525 W. Redwood St. Topic: "Probing Addiction Vulnerability: Amygdala Mechanisms Driving Motivation and Flexibility" Speaker: Donna Calu, PhD
26Sep
2:00 PM | School of Social Work Auditorium ~ 525 W. Redwood St. Topic: "Rx Fat: Ketogenic Diets for Adults with Epilepsy and Refractory Status Epilepticus" Speaker: Mackenzie C. Cervenka, MD
1Oct
9:00 AM | HSFIII, 670 W. Baltimore St. This workshop provides an introduction to the methods and tools used in a variety of omics approaches. It assumes knowledge of biology, but no prior omics experience is expected or required.
2Oct
9:00 AM | HSFIII, 670 W. Baltimore St. This workshop provides an introduction to the methods and tools used in a variety of omics approaches. It assumes knowledge of biology, but no prior omics experience is expected or required.
3Oct
9:00 AM | HSFIII, 670 W. Baltimore St. This workshop provides an introduction to the methods and tools used in a variety of omics approaches. It assumes knowledge of biology, but no prior omics experience is expected or required.
3Oct
2:00 PM | School of Social Work Auditorium ~ 525 W. Redwood St. Topic: TBD Speaker: Victoria S. Pelak, MD
4Oct
9:00 AM | HSFIII, 670 W. Baltimore St. This workshop provides an introduction to the methods and tools used in a variety of omics approaches. It assumes knowledge of biology, but no prior omics experience is expected or required.
5Oct
9:00 AM | HSFIII, 670 W. Baltimore St. This workshop provides an introduction to the methods and tools used in a variety of omics approaches. It assumes knowledge of biology, but no prior omics experience is expected or required.
10Oct
2:00 PM | School of Social Work Auditorium ~ 525 W. Redwood St. Topic: TBD Speaker: John Krakauer, MA, MD
11Oct
12:00 PM | HH 224 Dr. Daniela Pelclova from Charles Univ in Prague
17Oct
2:00 PM | School of Social Work Auditorium ~ 525 W. Redwood St. Topic: TBD Speaker: TBD
22Oct
9:00 AM | HSFIII, 670 W. Baltimore St. This workshop provides a basic introduction to three aspects of programming as applied to bioinformatics: Python, databases, and R. No prior programming experience is expected or required.
23Oct
9:00 AM | HSFIII, 670 W. Baltimore St. This workshop provides a basic introduction to three aspects of programming as applied to bioinformatics: Python, databases, and R. No prior programming experience is expected or required.
24Oct
9:00 AM | HSFIII, 670 W. Baltimore St. This workshop provides a basic introduction to three aspects of programming as applied to bioinformatics: Python, databases, and R. No prior programming experience is expected or required.
24Oct
2:00 PM | School of Social Work Auditorium ~ 525 W. Redwood St. Topic: TBD Speaker: Peter B. Crino, MD, PhD
25Oct
9:00 AM | HSFIII, 670 W. Baltimore St. This workshop provides a basic introduction to three aspects of programming as applied to bioinformatics: Python, databases, and R. No prior programming experience is expected or required.
26Oct
9:00 AM | HSFIII, 670 W. Baltimore St. This workshop provides a basic introduction to three aspects of programming as applied to bioinformatics: Python, databases, and R. No prior programming experience is expected or required.
31Oct
2:00 PM | School of Social Work Auditorium ~ 525 W. Redwood St. 3rd Annual Stephen K. Myers Memorial Lecture in Multiple System Atrophy and other Rare Neurodegenerative Disorders Topic: TBD Speaker: Janis M. Miyasaki, MD, MEd, FRCPC, FAAN
7Nov
2:00 PM | School of Social Work Auditorium ~ 525 W. Redwood St. Topic: TBD Speaker: Neeraj Badjatia, MD, MS
14Nov
2:00 PM | School of Social Work Auditorium ~ 525 W. Redwood St. Topic: TBD Speaker: Jennifer Pritchard, MD, MS
28Nov
2:00 PM | School of Social Work Auditorium ~ 525 W. Redwood St. Topic: TBD Speaker: Joseph Savitt MD, PhD
5Dec
2:00 PM | School of Social Work Auditorium ~ 525 W. Redwood St. Topic: TBD Speaker: Michael A. Dimyan, MD
12Dec
2:00 PM | School of Social Work Auditorium ~ 525 W. Redwood St. Topic: TBD Speaker: Louis R. Caplan, MD
19Dec
2:00 PM | School of Social Work Auditorium ~ 525 W. Redwood St. Topic: TBD Speaker: James W. Russell, MBChB MS FACP FRCP

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