Program Structure and Curriculum

Departmental Grand Rounds Schedule

Department Grand Rounds Conference Schedule 

Fall 2013/Winter 2013

 

The Mission of Internal Medicine Grand Rounds, a Category I CME, for the Winter/Spring season is to bring nationally recognized speakers who will discuss challenging and relevant subjects that span the breadth of Internal Medicine. Grand Rounds is often case-based with an evidence-based approach. An additional component of Internal Medicine Grand Rounds is the Clinico-Pathological Conference. Each month, a faculty member from each section will discuss a case of interest in an interactive, informative format. All Sections in the Department of Internal Medicine participate in this activity.

Learner Objectives: At the conclusion of this CME Activity, the learner should be better able to identify current clinical issues and develop a logical, up-to-date, and evidence-based approach to frequently encountered dilemmas in Internal Medicine. To view these presentations online, please visit the AHEC site at:
http://northwestahec.wfubmc.edu/mura/www/#/event/33079  

DateSpeakerSpeaker's Title  Lecture Title
September 4

CPC - Hematology and Oncology 
Rhonda Bitting, MD

Assistant Professor of Internal MedicineClinicopathological Conference
September 11Jason D. Conway, MDAssistant Professor of Internal MedicineUpdate on Barrett’s Esophagus
September 18Andrew Namen, MDAssociate Professor of Internal MedicinePulmonary Topic
September 25David Zhao, M.DSection Chief, Director Cardiovascular Center of Exc.  Hybrid Cardiovascular Care
October 2

CPC – Rheumatology
Nkechinyere Emejuaiwe, MD

Assistant Professor of Internal MedicineClinicopathological Conference
October 9

Edward G. Lakatta, MD 

Professor & Director of Laboratory Of Cardiovascular Science NIA/NIH Gerontology Research Center The Reality of Aging Viewed From the Arterial Wall
October 16Pierre Triozzi, MDProfessor of Internal MedicineMedical Melanoma
October 23Guha Krishnaswamy, MD, FACPProfessor of Internal Medicine"Systemic Anaphylaxis:  Mechanisms, Management and Evolving Thematic Variants"
October 30Boris Pasche, MD, PhD, FACPDirector"Identification of a novel high penetrance genotype that predisposes to colorectal cancer" 
November 6

CPC – Cardiology
Sujethra Vasu, MBBS

Assistant Professor of Internal MedicineClinicopathological Conference
November 13Kenneth Koch, MDProfessor of Internal Medicine“What is Gastroparesis?”
November 20

Gordon L. Phillips, MD, Dr. PH

Professor of Internal MedicineAcute Myeloid Leukemia
November 27HOLIDAY  
December 4

CPC – Nephrology
Shahriar Moossavi, MD, PhD

Associate Professor of Internal MedicineClinicopathological Conference
December 11Travis Dotson, MDAssistant Professor of Internal MedicinePulmonary topic
December 18HOLIDAY  
December 25HOLIDAY  
    
    

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