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November 16 - November 22

Joint Biomedical Engineering Seminar Series "Where Proteomics, Genomics, and Physiology Collide: Addressing Important Clinical Questions" Nov. 14

11-14-201412:00 PM  - 1:00 PM

Brian Hoffmann, PhD, MCW, presents "Where Proteomics, Genomics, and Physiology Collide: Addressing Important Clinical Questions."

Vision Science Lecture: "Mechanisms of Retinopathy of Prematurity" Nov. 17

11-17-201412:00 PM  - 1:00 PM

Mary Elizabeth Hartnett, MD

Professor of Ophthalmology, Director of Pediatric Retina
Moran Eye Center
University of Utah

Refugee Health Screening Seminar “Refugee Medical Screening: Best Practices” Nov. 17

11-17-20143:00 PM  - 8:00 PM

A panel presentation “Refugee Medical Screening: Best Practices” will feature MCW Associate Professor of Family and Community Medicine Dr. James Sanders, local medical professionals, and Dr. Altshuler for a discussion about current practice, challenges they face and current trends in refugee medical screening. From 5:30-8pm in the MCW Discovery Classroom (3rd floor) there will be a film screening of American Heart which takes viewers on an intimate journey into the lives of three refugees who now call Minnesota home. There will be a discussion after the film screening. Appetizers will be provided between sessions.

Physiology Seminar: Michael J. Hack Memorial Lecture "Immune cells, the kidney and hypertension: ménage á trois" Nov. 18

11-18-20149:00 AM  - 10:00 AM

Michael J. Hack Memorial Lecture Bernardo Rodriguez-Iturbe, MD, PhD, Professor of Medicine, Director of the Renal Service, University and Medical School, Maracaibo, Venezuela

Ethics Grand Rounds "The Dream Doctors" Nov 18

11-18-201412:00 PM  - 1:00 PM


How integrating professional medical clowning into hospital medical services benefits patients.  Featuring medical clowns from "The Dream Doctors Project" in Israel, including Dafna Tener, PhD, Hertzel Gabriel, MD, Shoshi Ofir, MA, Hagar Hofesh, BA, and Hamutal Ende.

Statistical Seminar Series "Quantile Regression Analysis of High-Dimensional Heterogeneous Data" Nov. 18

11-18-20143:30 PM  - 4:30 PM

Lan Wang, Associate Professor, School of Statistics, University of Minnesota, presents " Quantile Regression Analysis of High-Dimensional Heterogeneous Data."

Science Café "Zinc Finger Nucleases, TALENS and CRISPR…Genome Engineering in a Brave New World" Nov. 18

11-18-20146:00 PM  - 7:30 PM

Aron Geurts, PhD, Associate Professor, Physiology at MCW presents "Zinc Finger Nucleases, TALENS and CRISPR...Genomic Engineering in a Brave New World." Dr. Geurts uses a variety of engineered proteins to modify the genomes of rats, zebra fish and other animals. By “knocking in” or “knocking out” specific genes, he creates useful new animal models that can be used to study hypertension and renal disease.

Dept. of Surgery Grand Rounds Residency Presentations Nov. 19, 2014

11-19-20147:30 AM  - 8:30 AM

"Biliary Tract Cancers: An Overview of Diagnosis and Management"
Ahmed Ali, MD

MCW General Surgery Resident

"A Population-Based Analysis of Elective versus Non-Elective Ventral Hernia Repairs Utilizing the Nationwide Inpatient Sample"
Kathleen Simon, MD

MCW General Surgery Resident

"Necrotizing Enterocolitis: Current and Future Management Strategies"
Nathan Heinzerling, MD

MCW General Surgery Resident
 

Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine Grand Rounds "Creative Arts Therapy..." Nov. 19

11-19-20148:00 AM  - 9:00 AM

"Creative Arts Therapy: Performance is only Part of the Evidence" Bert Berger, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychiatry, MCW Shep Crumrine, MSW Music Therapist, VAMC.

Physiology Seminar "Role of inwardly rectifying potassium channel Kcnj16 (Kir 5.1) in the development of kidney diseases and hypertension" Nov. 19

11-19-20148:30 AM  - 9:30 AM

Presented by Oleg Palygin, PhD, Assistant Professor Department of Physiology Medical College of Wisconsin

Cell Biology Seminar “An Expanded View of Rb-E2F Network Functions in Hematopoiesis” Nov. 19

11-19-201412:00 PM  - 1:00 PM

“An Expanded View of Rb-E2F Network Functions in Hematopoiesis” presented by Alexander Minella, MD, Associate Investigator,Blood Research Institute, BloodCenter of Wisconsin; Associate Professor of Medicine & Cell Biology, Medical College of Wisconsin  Wednesday, November 19, 2014 12:00 PM Cell Biology Conference Room, 476 BSB

Cardiology Grand Rounds "Latest Iteration of the i2b2 Cohort Discovery Tool" Nov. 20

11-20-20147:00 AM  - 8:00 AM

"Latest Iteration of the i2b2 Cohort Discovery Tool" presented by Glenn Bushee. Part of the Breakfast & Learn Series.

Radiology Seminars in Imaging Advances and Research "Advanced Neuroimaging in Traumatic Brain Injury" Nov. 20

11-20-201411:00 AM  - 12:00 PM

Dr. Yang Wang presents "Advanced Neuroimaging in Traumatic Brain Injury" Who Should Attend? Faculty, Fellows, Residents, Allied Health Professionals, & Community Physicians in Radiology and other specialties.

Biostatistics Lecture Series "Statistical Considerations in Grant Writing" Nov. 20

11-20-20144:00 PM  - 5:00 PM

The faculty of the MCW Division of Biostatistics present a yearly statistical lecture series targeted at basic and clinical investigators. The series provides an introduction to statistical techniques and concepts used in medical research; a wide range of topics are included. Lectures are given on Thursdays throughout the Fall and Spring semesters.

Medicine Grand Rounds "Regrowing the Human Esophagus: Fact or Fiction?" Nov. 21

11-21-20148:00 AM  - 9:00 AM

"Regrowing the Human Esophagus: Fact or Fiction?" by Kulwinder S. Dua, MD, DMSc, FRCP (Edinburgh), FACP, FRCP (London), FASGE Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics Program Director, Advanced Endoscopy Fellowship Program, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, MCW

Neurology Grand Rounds "Everything You Need To Know About Neuropsychological Syndromes From The Movies" Nov. 21

11-21-20148:00 AM  - 9:00 AM

"Everything You Need To Know About Neuropsychological Syndromes From The Movies" (back by popular demand)

Biophysics Graduate Seminar Series “Investigating the Neural Representation of Concepts” Nov. 21

11-21-20149:30 AM  - 10:30 AM

Leonardo Fernandino, PhD, a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Neurology will present “Investigating the Neural Representation of Concepts.”

CRI Research Institute Conference "Measuring the Success of a Program for Children with Medical Complexity: Lessons from the Multi-Site Demonstration Project" Nov. 21

11-21-201412:00 PM  - 1:00 PM

"Measuring the Success of a Program for Children with Medical Complexity: Lessons from the Multi-Site Demonstration Project" by David Bergman, MD, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Medical Director of the Care of Children with Complex Medical Conditions-Primary Care Clinic, Stanford University School of Medicine

Joint Biomedical Engineering Seminar Series "Trajectories of a Brownian Machine: The Ribosome" Nov. 21

11-21-201412:00 PM  - 1:00 PM

Abbas Ourmazd, PhD, UWM, presents "Trajectories of a Brownian Machine: The Ribosome."

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