This week's MCW Events
"EKG Teaching" by Dr. Andy Rosenblum
Presented by Gabriel H. Travis, MD, Professor of Ophthalmology & Biological Chemistry and Associate Director of the Jules Stein Eye Institute, University of California, Los Angeles School of Medicine
"Roots: Growing Environmental Health Literacy through Youth Engagement." Sandra Bogar, a PhD Candidate in the Public and Community Health Program is under the advisement of Dr. Sheri Johnson.
"Use of Echo Contrast" presented by Dr. Ridhima Kapoor
Presented by Thomas B. Connor, Jr., MD, professor of ophthalmology & visual sciences, Medical College of Wisconsin
Clostridium Difficile Colitis in Surgical Patients: Challenges and Emerging Therapies
Fadwa Ali, MD
MCW General Surgery Resident
Current State of Robotic Surgery Training for General Surgery Residents
Daniel Davila, MD
MCW General Surgery Resident
Noninvasive Monitoring in Solid Organ Transplantation
William Ragalie, MD
MCW General Surgery Resident
"FMLH Virtual Hospice: Challenges and Discoveries with Initial Implementation"
“Genotype-epigenotype-gene Expression Integration to Understand Kidney Disease Development”
Katalin Susztak MD, PhD
Associate Professor of Medicine University of Pennsylvania
"Clinical Use Of Intravenous Anesthetics In Pediatric Patients"
Three seminars presented by a DNASTAR scientist on their bioinformatics software. Attend one, or attend them all. Schedule: 9am Molecular Biology software, 10am Genomics and NGS software, 11am Structural Biology software.
Adam Kanack, Graduate Student, Matt Scaglione Lab
A Community Engagement Lunch & Learn Round Table on the fourth principle of community engagement is planned for Wednesday, Dec. 7, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Neighborhood House of Milwaukee. The event is meant for physicians, faculty, staff, and community members who have a strong interest in community engagement. The fourth principle of community engagement states that the integration of knowledge and intervention provides mutual benefit of all partners. Come learn about and discuss this fourth principle of community engagement with community engaged faculty and community members. The discussion will be led by Dr. Leslie Ruffalo. Lunch will be served to all who register. The Lunch & Learn Round Tables are a series of facilitated group discussions around the principles of Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR)/ Community Engaged Research (CEnR). Each session focuses on one CBPR/CEnR principle and provides anyone with an interest in community engagement a forum in which to discuss experiences and ask questions with community engaged faculty and community members. Please join us for as many sessions as you would like - each session is a discreet event and does not require prior participation to join. Participants should want to be part of a conversation around community engagement and the CBPR/CEnR principles.
Laura Kresty, PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine, Department of Hematology & Oncology, Medical College of Wisconsin, presents: "Cranberry Proanthocyanidins Reverse Microbial Dysbiosis and Inhibit Bile Acid Metabolism in Association with Esophageal Cancer Prevention."
Host: Michele Battle, PhD
"Cardiorenal Syndrome - What Can We Learn From Animal Models?" by Alison Kriegel, PhD
Rachel Lieberman will defend her dissertation entitled, "Corrupting the DNA Damage Response: A Critical Role for RAD52 in Tumor Cell Survival." Rachel, a PhD Candidate in the Pharmacology and Toxicology program is under the advisement of Dr. Ming You.
Laila Azam will defend her dissertation entitled, "The Impact of Physician Cultural Competency and Access to Diabetes Self-Management Education for Individuals with Type 2 Diabetes." The dissertation defense will take place in the Medical Education Building, Kerrigan Auditorium, M1540 at 10 a.m.This is a room change from previously announced M2560-2580. Please note the room change. Thank you.
"Probing the Neural Ensemble Signatures of Therapeutic Efficacy in Parkinson's Disease"
This interactive session focuses on the MCW IRB submission process and the use of eBridge for human study submission.
Presented by Faye Overly, CIM, CIP, Quality Assurance Specialist II, Office of Research, Medical College of Wisconsin.
Sid Rao, PhD, presents "Cohesion Mutations in AML"
Program Leaders William Drobyski, MD, and Jeffrey Medin, PhD.
Kenan Ulualp, MD, will be presenting on CD36 and its Importance in Pancreatic Cancer.
Ben George, MD, will be presenting about a potential Clinical Trial.
Susan Tsai, MD, will be speaking on the biorepository.
John Meurer, MD, MBA, Professor and Director of the Institute for Health Society, MCW and Veronica Gunn, MD, MPH, FAAP, Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, Department of Pediatrics, MCW
1. Describe examples of PHM
2. Discuss approaches to PHM
3. Discuss pediatrician’s roles in PHM
"Cohesin Mutations in AML" by Sridhar Rao, MD, PhD, Associate Investigator, Blood Research Institute, Assistant Professor, Departments of Pediatrics and Cell Biology, Neurobiology, and Anatomy, MCW
“New Treatments in Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia"
Ryan J. Mattison, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
Ryan Mattison, MD and faculty at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.
Dr. Mattison earned his medical degree from the University of Iowa and completed his residency at University of North Carolina Hospitals. He completed his fellowship at University of Chicago Hospitals and is board certified in internal medicine and hematology.
"An Innovation to Improve the Care of PTSD in Hospitalized Medical Patients," presented by Kathlyn Fletcher, MD, MA, Associate Professor, Division of General Internal Medicine
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