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Monday, October 01, 2018 - Wednesday, October 31, 2018

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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: Visual Dysfunction and Alzheimer’s Disease: Lessons from Posterior Cortical Atrophy Speaker: Victoria S. Pelak, MD
4Oct
8:00 AM | Hosick Lecture Hall Topic: Update on Osteogenesis Imperfecta: Diagnosis and Treatment Speaker: Jay R. Shapiro, MD; Adjunct Professor of Medicine, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
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.
4Oct
12:00 PM | SMC Campus Center Psychiatry Grand Rounds Topic: Telemental Health: Past, Present and Future
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: “Stroke Recovery: The Continuing Scientific and Therapeutic Challenge” Speaker: John Krakauer, MA, MD
11Oct
8:00 AM | Hosick Lecture Hall Topic: Goslings: Early Language & Literacy for Infants in the NICU Presenter: Brenda Hussey-Gardner, PhD, MPH
11Oct
12:00 PM | HH 224 Daniela PelclovÃˇ, M.D., PhD., FEAPCCT, Department of Occupational Medicine, First Faculty of Medicine, Charles University
16Oct
9:00 AM | Health Science Facility (HSF II) Room 600 - 20 Penn Street Frontiers in Oncology
17Oct
2:00 PM | School of Social Work Auditorium ~ 525 W. Redwood St. Topic: Urologic Care of the Neurogenic Patient Speaker: Rena D. Malik, MD
18Oct
12:00 PM | VA Auditorium Speaker: Paul Rosenberg M.D. Topic: Neuropsychiatric Symptoms Across the Alzheimer’s Spectrum
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: “Understanding the Pathogenesis of Non-Lesional Epilepsy” Speaker: Peter B. Crino, MD, PhD
24Oct
4:30 PM | Borges Auditorium Inpatient Management of Acute Severe Ulcerative Colitis
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.
30Oct
12:30 PM | Heath and Science Facility III, Lecture Hall, room 1010 The Mid-Atlantic Nutrition Obesity Research Center (NORC) Annual Symposium featuring Martin g. Myers, Jr., M.D., Ph.D.
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

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