Seminar Details

May 2017 Events

Monday, May 1, 2017
  Translational Research In Progress:   Translational Research in Progress (TRIP) Seminar --- "TRIP (Translational Research in Progress) is a research seminar series co-sponsored by the Department of Medicine and the Clinical and Translational Science Institute. The topics for this seminar are: "Health Information Technology for Heart Failure Care" and "The Future of Cardiac Pacing"." , Saul S. Blecker, MD Assistant Professor NYU School of Medicine Departments of Population Health and Medicine , Larry A. Chinitz, MD, FACC, FHRS Professor of Medicine and Cardiac Electrophysiology NYU School of Medicine Director, Cardiac Electrophysiology and The NYU Heart Rhythm Center , 1:00 PM, MSB Ground Floor Large Conference Room (aka Faculty Dining Room) - Contact Lilly Sypher at (212) 263-2978 or at Lilly.Sypher@nyumc.org
  Honors Program:   Social Hierarchies: Behavioral and Neural Consequences of Social Status --- "Inequality in social status can have profound effects on the physical and mental health of individuals. For example, children from low socioeconomic status backgrounds have higher rates of mortality and are at greater risk for injuries, chronic medical conditions, and behavioral disorders compared with those from high socioeconomic status. But how does the perception of social rank influence the brain and the body? What are the mechanisms that allow social information to change brains? In animal systems, the effects of low social status can be measured and promise the hope of identifying underlying neurobiology responsible. I will discuss social regulation in animals that can change brains and describe how we can discover actual mechanisms underlying such change." , Russell D. Fernald, PhD Professor of Biology and Human Biology Stanford University Stanford, CA , 4:00 PM, Alumni Hall B - Contact Josephine Markiewicz at 263-3815 or at Josephine.Markiewicz@nyumc.org
Tuesday, May 2, 2017
  Dept. of Surgery:   Journal Club for Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Division --- "Monthly Journal Club discussing articles in vascular disease." , Mark A. Adelman, MD, MD Chief NYU Langone Medical Center Skirball 3rd Floor , 7:00 AM, Skirball 3rd Floor Seminar Room - Contact Felicia Brockett at 212-263-6378 or at Felicia.Brockett@nyumc.org
  Otolaryngology:   Head & Neck Surgery and Oncology Multidisciplinary Tumor Board --- Mark Persky, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , Mark DeLacure, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , Babak Givi, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , 7:00 AM, Faculty Dining Room (FDR) - Contact Francesca Ciofalo at 212-263-6344 or at Francesca.Ciofalo@nyumc.org
  Neurology:   Neurology Grand Rounds --- "GUEST SPEAKER: BRADLEY L SCHLAGGAR, MD, PHD; LECTURE TITLE: ?TOURETTE SYNDROME; CLINICAL INSIGHTS FROM A DEVELOPMENTAL COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE PERSPECTIVE.? ~~~ Dr. Schlaggar, MD, PhD is A. Ernest and Jane G. Stein Professor of Developmental Neurology Professor of Neurology, Radiology, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, and Neuroscience Head, Division of Pediatric and Developmental Neurology Co-Director, Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center Washington University School of Medicine Neurologist-in-Chief, St. Louis Children's Hospital" 8:00 AM, SMILOW SEMINAR ROOM - Contact Sue Chin at suzie.chin@nyumc.org
  Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute:   PM&R Resident Lecture Series --- 12:00 PM, Alumni Hall B - Contact Kevin Franzese at Kevin.Franzese@nyumc.org
Wednesday, May 3, 2017
  Anesthesiology:   VISITING PROFESSOR GUEST LECTURE SERIES --- "LUNG TRANSPLANTATION" , SAMION SHABASHEV, MD CHIEF RESIDENT NYU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE NEW YORK, NY , 7:00 AM, SKIRBALL 3FL SR - Contact Olga Desrosiers at 36343 or at Olga.Desrosiers@nyumc.org
  Otolaryngology:   Vestibular Testing Observation/Q&A for Residents --- Dan Jethanamest, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , Kit Frank, AuD Supervising Audiologist NYU Langone Medical Center , 7:00 AM, ACC - 14th Floor - Contact Francesca Ciofalo at 212-263-6344 or at Francesca.Ciofalo@nyumc.org
  Plastic Surgery:   Peripheral Nerve Reconstruction --- "Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds" , Denis Knobel, MD Microsurgery Fellow NYU The Hansjӧrg Wyss Department of Plastic Surgery , 7:00 AM, Bellevue Hospital, Bogert Education Center, CD522 - Contact Carla Navarro at Carla.Navarro@nyumc.org
  Ob/Gyn:   Death of Urethral Sling? How FDA Warning on Mesh for Prolapse Has Affected Anti-Incontinence Surgery --- Kimberly Ferrante, MD Clinical Assistant Professor NYU School of Medicine New York, NY Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology , 7:30 AM, Smilow First Floor Seminar Room - Contact Maureen Weekes at 212-263-5093 or at Maureen.Weekes@nyumc.org
  Plastic Surgery:   Cleft Lip --- "Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds" , Jordan Frey, MD Plastic Surgery Resident NYU The Hansjӧrg Wyss Department of Plastic Surgery , 7:45 AM, Bellevue Hospital, Bogert Education Center, CD522 - Contact Carla Navarro at Carla.Navarro@nyumc.org
  Grand Rounds - Department of Medicine:   Heparin-Induced Thrombocytopenia: The Endothelial Neutrophil Prothrombotic Axis --- Mortimer Poncz, MD Division Chief, Division of Hematology, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Jane Fishman Grinberg Endowed Chair in Stem Cell Research
Professor of Pediatrics Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania , 7:45 AM, Schwartz Lecture Hall E - Contact Jennifer Mulliken at Jennifer.Mulliken@nyumc.org
  Ob/Gyn:   Repeat Postoperative Voiding Trials: An Inconvenient Correlate with Success --- Kimberly Ferrante, MD Clinical Assistant Professor NYU School of Medicine New York, NY De , 8:30 AM, Smilow Room A - Contact Kirtan Kaur at 212-263-2823 or at Kirtan.Kaur@nyumc.org
  Neuroscience Institute:   Neuroscience Group Meeting --- Julien Oury, PhD Postdoc Skirball Institute of Bimolecular Medicine (Froemke Lab) , 12:00 PM, Neuroscience Weekly Group Meeting - Contact Rihan Hassad at 3-9474 or at Rihan.Hassad@nyumc.org
Thursday, May 4, 2017
  Psychiatry:   Psychiatry: Dept. of Psychiatry Annual Eric J. Simon Lecture in Basic & Translational Neuroscience Grand Rounds --- "Neurobiology of Addiction: View from the Dark Side of Compulsivity" , George F. Koob, PhD Director, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism National Institutes of Health , 11:00 AM, Smilow Seminar Room - Contact Ellen Lerner at 6467544854 or at Ellen.Lerner@nyumc.org
  Neuroscience Institute:   Special Seminar: Tim Bartels, PhD, Harvard Medical School --- "Alpha-Synuclein Conformations in Health and Disease" , Tim Bartels, PhD Professor Harvard Medical School , 11:30 AM, NYU Chemistry Silver Center, 31 Washington Place - Contact Aimee Chow at 646-501-4591 or at Aimee.Chow@nyumc.org
  Immunology Club:   The Case of the Missing Ribosomes and Other Tales of Protein Translation in Immunity --- Jonathan Yewdell, M.D., Ph.D. Chief, Cellular Biology Section, Laboratory of Viral Diseases NIAID, NIH , 12:00 PM, Skirball 3rd-Floor Seminar Room - Contact Jeff Blenker at 212-263-7520 or at Jeff.Blenker@med.nyu.edu
  Microbiology:   Targeting the Achilles Heel of Killer Viruses --- Stefan Sarafianos, PhD Chancellor's Chair of Excellence in Molecular Virology, Professor University of Missouri Columbia, MO Departments of Molecular Microbiology & Immunology and biochemistry , 2:00 PM, MSB 248 - Contact Dr. Nathaniel Landau at 212-263-9197 or at Nathaniel.Landau@nyumc.org
Friday, May 5, 2017
  Cardiology:   Grand Rounds:
3D echocardiography in valve disease ---
Jonathan Passeri, MD director Massachusetts General Hospital Boston, MA , 7:30 AM, Skirball 4th Floor - Contact Nadia Katayeva at 212-263-3967 or at Nadia.Katayeva@nyumc.org
  Infectious Diseases Grand Rounds:   Pathologic immune reactions of leprosy: Clinical challenges and current research --- Kathryn M. Dupnik, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine Weill Cornell Medical College Division of Infectious Diseases and Center for Global Health , 7:45 AM, Smilow Seminar Room - Contact Ming Chan at Ming.Chan@nyumc.org
  Neuroscience Institute:   Faculty Candidate Seminar: Soyon Hong, PhD, Harvard Medical School --- "Exploring mechanisms of synapse loss and dysfunction in Alzheimer's disease" , Soyon Hong, PhD Professor Harvard Medical School , 8:00 AM, Alexandria Center East Tower 901 - Contact Aimee Chow at 646-501-4591 or at Aimee.Chow@nyumc.org
  Dept. of Environmental Medicine:   Therapeutic Targeting of Epigenetic and Transcriptional Regulators in Advanced Cancers --- "Therapeutic Targeting of Epigenetic and Transcriptional Regulators in Advanced Cancers" , Hongwu Chen, Ph.D. Professor Dept. of Biochemistry & Molecular Medicine University of California, Davis , 11:00 AM, NYU Dept. of Environmental Medicine, Sterling Forest, NY - Contact Barbara Walker at 845-731-3502 or at Barbara.Walker@nyumc.org
  Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute:   PM&R Journal Club: P&O --- "Qusai Dahodwala Teresa Bianchi" 12:00 PM, ACC 15-84, HJD 535, HCC-9 Conference Room - Contact Kevin Franzese at Kevin.Franzese@nyumc.org
  Office of Science & Research:   NextGen Stars Lecture: "Towards a Theory of Cognitive Control --- "Hosted by Dafna Bar-Sagi, PhD, vice dean for science and chief scientific officer, the NextGen Stars Lecture Series recognize younger research faculty who are forging innovative solutions to some of the most formidable challenges in biomedical research and are poised to emerge as leaders in their fields. Michael Halassa, MD, PhD, assistant professor, Neuroscience Institute and the Departments of Psychiatry and Neuroscience and Physiology, will present "Towards a Theory of Cognitive Control." A reception will follow. All are welcome to attend!" , Michael Halassa, MD, PhD Assistant Professor, Departments of Psychiatry, and Neuroscience and Physiology Neuroscience Institute - NYU School of Medicine , 4:00 PM, Smilow Seminar Room
Monday, May 8, 2017
  Neuroscience Institute:   Neuroscience Colloquium --- "Control of spike bursts by ion channels across cellular compartments" Bursts of high-frequency action potentials is a common signaling motif in the brain. Our work on auditory interneurons has explored the ion channels that drive the burst and determine its duration and fine structure. Calcium channels in the axon initial segment play a key role in supporting the burst, and local modulation of such axonal channels reshape spike activity in the interneuron. However, tempering the burst is accomplished by calcium-induced calcium release at somatic hypolemmal cisterns, leading to activation of potassium channels on a spike-by-spike basis using calcium nanodomains. Thus, individual spike bursts are shaped by ion channels both in the soma and the axon." , Laurence Trussell, PhD Professor Oregon Health and Science University, Vollum Institute , 12:00 PM, Smilow Seminar Room - Contact Rihan Hassad at 3-9474 or at Rihan.Hassad@nyumc.org
  Office of Science & Research:   Fundamentals of the IRB - New Submissions --- "This session will provide attendees with information on how to submit an application for New Protocol Review to the IRB. Attendees will learn how to complete the online smart form, receive guidance on the type of answers that will ensure a faster approval and obtain an overview of the IRB office staff available to assist you with any questions. Brown bag session. All attendees are invited to bring lunch. Register for this session using the IDevelop system. See instructions: http://irb.med.nyu.edu/researchers/courses/schedule Contact Yvette Martinez - Yvette.Martinez@nyumc.org" 12:00 PM, One Park Avenue, 6 Floor" 12:00 PM, One Park Avenue, 6th Floor, Room 6-311 - Contact Yvette Martinez at 6467544647 or at Yvette.Martinez@nyumc.org
  Office of Science & Research:   Fundamentals of the IRB - New Submissions --- "This session will provide attendees with information on how to submit an application for New Protocol Review to the IRB. Attendees will learn how to complete the online smart form, receive guidance on the type of answers that will ensure a faster approval and obtain an overview of the IRB office staff available to assist you with any questions. Brown bag session. All attendees are invited to bring lunch. Register for this session using the IDevelop system. See instructions:http://irb.med.nyu.edu/researchers/courses/schedule Contact Yvette Martinez - Yvette.Martinez@nyumc.org" 12:00 PM, One Park Avenue, 6 Floor" 12:00 PM, One Park Avenue, 6th Floor, Room 6-311 - Contact Yvette Martinez at 6467544647 or at Yvette.Martinez@nyumc.org
  Honors Program:   Expectation, Decision and Pain --- "In addition to its well-known psychophysical properties, i.e. an unpleasant subjective somatic experience, pain has two crucial biological functions. First, it is a motivational signal that energizes actions leading to its termination. Second, it is a teaching signal; we use the information to learn which actions lead to physical harm and should be avoided in the future. As a motivational signal, pain typically occurs in the setting of other conflicting motivations. This conflict requires the brain to weigh the cost-benefit of each of the many actions we could implement to address the various motivational demands. For example, depending upon how hungry we are, we might choose to ignore potential threats or endure a certain level of discomfort in order to obtain food. I will discuss how neurobiological advances have informed our understanding about where in the brain and how such decisions are made and implemented. In particular, I will discuss the function of the top down opioid mediated pain modulating circuits and of decision circuitry in the limbic motor interface of the ventral striatum. I will argue that a persistent nociceptive input biases decision making toward rapid responses to pain and that this bias increases pain intensity and is a major contributor in the transition from acute to chronic pain." , Howard L. Fields, MD,PhD Professor of Neurology and Physiology University of California San Francisco, CA Director, Wheeler Center for the Neurobiology of Addiction , 4:00 PM, Alumni Hall B - Contact Josephine Markiewicz at 263-3815 or at Josephine.Markiewicz@nyumc.org
Tuesday, May 9, 2017
  Dept. of Surgery:   Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Conference --- "Didactic conference for Residents, Fellowes and Faculty. Selected CME accredited meeting discussing topics in Vascular Disease" , Mark A. Adelman, MD, MD Chief NYU Langone Medical Center Skirball 3rd Floor , 7:00 AM, Skirball 3rd Floor Seminar Room - Contact Felicia Brockett at 212-263-6378 or at Felicia.Brockett@nyumc.org
  Otolaryngology:   Head & Neck Surgery and Oncology Multidisciplinary Tumor Board --- Mark Persky, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , Mark DeLacure, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , Babak Givi, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , 7:00 AM, Faculty Dining Room (FDR) - Contact Francesca Ciofalo at 212-263-6344 or at Francesca.Ciofalo@nyumc.org
  Skirball Seminar Series:   Developmental and ecological causes of convergent evolution of reproductive capacity in Drosophila --- "The Geraldine Coles Inaugural Leadership Lecture" , Cassandra G. Extavour, PhD Professor Harvard University Boston, MA , 12:00 PM, Skirball 4th Floor Seminar Room - Contact Laura E. Rivera at 212-263-3289 or at Laura.Rivera@med.nyu.edu
  Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute:   PM&R Resident Lecture Series --- 12:00 PM, NYSIM Center - Contact Kevin Franzese at Kevin.Franzese@nyumc.org
  Population Health:   Questioning the Conversion: Do Corner Store Conversions Improve Health --- Stephanie Albert, MPA doctoral candidate in Public Health University of California Los Angeles , 12:00 PM, Translational Research Building, Room 619 - Contact Ann Rounds at ann.rounds@nyumc.org
Wednesday, May 10, 2017
  Otolaryngology:   Aesthetic Facial Analysis --- Marc Zimbler, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , 12:00 AM, Coles Room 105 - Contact Francesca Ciofalo at 212-263-6344 or at Francesca.Ciofalo@nyumc.org
  Anesthesiology:   VISITING PROFESSOR GUEST LECTURE SERIES --- "SPINAL CORD STIMULATION" , HERSH PATEL, MD CHIEF RESIDENT NYU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE NEW YORK, NY , 7:00 AM, SB 3FL J BLEIBTREU SR - Contact Olga Desrosiers at 36343 or at Olga.Desrosiers@nyumc.org
  Otolaryngology:   HPV and EBV Related Cancers in the Head and Neck --- Claudia Kirsch, MD Faculty Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine , 7:00 AM, Coles Room 105 - Contact Francesca Ciofalo at 212-263-6344 or at Francesca.Ciofalo@nyumc.org
  Plastic Surgery:   Cleft Palate Reconstruction: The Buccal Flap Approach --- "Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds" , Robert J. Mann, MD Vice Chief, Division of Pediatric Surgery Helen DeVos Children Hospital Grand Rapids, Michigan , 7:00 AM, Bellevue Hospital, Bogert Education Center, CD522 - Contact Carla Navarro at Carla.Navarro@nyumc.org
  Ob/Gyn:   Integrated Care Rounds --- 7:15 AM, Smilow First Floor Seminar Room - Contact Maureen Weekes at 212-263-5093 or at Maureen.Weekes@nyumc.org
  Plastic Surgery:   Cleft Nose --- "Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds" , Daniel Cuzzone, MD Plastic Surgery Resident NYU The Hansjӧrg Wyss Department of Plastic Surgery , 7:45 AM, Bellevue Hospital, Bogert Education Center, CD522 - Contact Carla Navarro at Carla.Navarro@nyumc.org
  Grand Rounds - Department of Medicine:   The Past, Present, and Future of Lung Trasplant --- Luis F. Angel, MD Director of Lung Transplant, NYU Transplant Institute
Professor of Medicine and Cardiothoracic Surgery NYU Langone Medical Center , 7:45 AM, Schwartz Lecture Hall E - Contact Jennifer Mulliken at Jennifer.Mulliken@nyumc.org
  Otolaryngology:   Cochlear Implants --- David Friedmann, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , 8:00 AM, Coles Room 105 - Contact Francesca Ciofalo at 212-263-6344 or at Francesca.Ciofalo@nyumc.org
  Ob/Gyn:   Effects of Air Pollution Exposure on the Placenta in Intrauterine Growth Restriction --- "Please note that there will be NO NYU*DOG research conferences during July and August of 2017. This was a particularly successful year for the NYU*DOG conferences, including the participation of the Chief Residents. We invite all fellows and residents to attend and the fellows to use the NYU*DOG conferences for their thesis review requirement. I would like to especially thank Kirtan Kaur, Alan Arslan, Maureen Weekes, Erica Berliner and Mildred Rivera for their help with the conferences. See you in September, Fred" , Frederick Naftolin, MD, D Phil Professor NYU School of Medicine New York, NY Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology , 8:30 AM, Smilow Room A - Contact Kirtan Kaur at 212-263-2823 or at Kirtan.Kaur@nyumc.org
  Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute:   PM&R Grand Rounds --- Rhonda G. Acholonu, MD, FAAP Associate Dean for Diversity and Academic Affairs, Office of Clinical Diversity; Director of Medical Education in the Clinical Sciences, Office of Medical Education; Assistant Professor of Pediatrics NYU ACC Ground Floor, Room G-11 Unconscious Bias and How it Affects Clinical Care , 12:00 PM, ACC Ground Floor, Room G-11 - Contact Kevin Franzese at Kevin.Franzese@nyumc.org
  Population Health:   Know Your Chances: Putting Cancer Risk in Context --- Lisa M. Schwartz, MD, MS professor of medicine and community & family medicine; co-director of the Center for Medicine and the Media Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth , Steven Woloshin, MD, MS professor of medicine and community & family medicine; co-director of the Center for Medicine and the Media Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth , 12:00 PM, Translational Research Building, Room 120 - Contact Ann Rounds at ann.rounds@nyumc.org
Thursday, May 11, 2017
  Endocrinology Grand Rounds:   Difference in Cardiovascular Disease in Type 1 vs Type 2 Diabetes --- "As described in the advertisement for the Cardiovascular Risk Reduction Symposium, taking place May 11-12. Pre-registration is recommended." , Robert H. Eckel, MD Professor of Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus Aurora, CO , 8:30 AM, Alumni Hall, Farkas Auditorium - Contact Stephanie Chiang at Stephanie.Chiang@nyumc.org
  Psychiatry:   Psychiatry: Dept. of Psychiatry Annual Menas Gregory Memorial Lecture Grand Rounds --- "The Neuroscience of Social Interaction" , Thalia Wheatley, PhD Associate Professor of Psychological and Brain Sciences, Dartmouth Social Intelligence Laboratory Dartmouth College , 11:00 AM, Smilow Seminar Room - Contact Ellen Lerner at 6467544854 or at Ellen.Lerner@nyumc.org
  Immunology Club:   The specificity of the homeostatic intestinal IgA response --- Albert Bendelac, M.D., Ph.D. A.N. Pritzker Professor, Committee on Immunology, Department of Pathology The University of Chicago , 12:00 PM, Skirball 3rd-Floor Seminar Room - Contact Jeff Blenker at 212-263-7520 or at Jeff.Blenker@med.nyu.edu
  Neuroscience Institute:   SPiNES (Seminars from Postdocs in Neuroscience: Extramural Series) Seminar --- "Stress induced plasticity of the C. elegans electrical synapse network" , Abhishek Bhattacharya, PhD Postdoc Columbia University Department of Biological Sciences , 12:00 PM, Alexandria Center, Room 901 CR - Contact Rihan Hassad at 3-9474 or at Rihan.Hassad@nyumc.org
Friday, May 12, 2017
  Infectious Diseases Grand Rounds:   Flaviviruses: an Update --- Daniel Eiras, MD, MPH Director of Infection Control, Bellevue Hospital New York University , 7:45 AM, Skirball 3rd FL Seminar Room - Contact Ming Chan at Ming.Chan@nyumc.org
  Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute:   PM&R Journal Club: P&O --- "Young Seo Raphael Jaramillo" 12:00 PM, ACC 15-84, HJD 535, HCC-9 Conference Room - Contact Kevin Franzese at Kevin.Franzese@nyumc.org
  Population Health:   Becoming a More Efficient Writer --- Lisa M. Schwartz, MD, MS professor of medicine and community & family medicine co-director of the Center for Medicine and the Media at the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth , Steven Woloshin, MD, MS professor of medicine and community & family medicine co-director of the Center for Medicine and the Media at the Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice, Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth , 1:00 PM, Translational Research Building, Room 717 - Contact Kate Nyland at kathryn.nyland@nyumc.org
Monday, May 15, 2017
  Office of Science & Research:   Clinical Research Forum --- "Join the Office of Science and Research (OSR) to learn about recent and upcoming enhancements to resources related to the conduct of clinical/human subject research at NYU Langone Medical Center. Speakers for this event consist of multidisciplinary experts from OSR and our faculty." , Judith Hochman, MD Senior Associate Dean for Clinical Sciences CTSI , Imad Alsayed, MD Vice President Clinical Research Operations & Regulatory Affairs OSR , 10:00 AM, Alumni Hall B
  Office of Science & Research:   Fundamentals of the IRB - Reportable New Information --- "This session will provide attendees with information on how to submit Reportable New Information to the IRB. Attendees will learn the difference between an adverse event and reportable new information, receive guidance on when and how to submit to the IRB and obtain an overview of the office staff available to assist you with any questions. Brown bag session- all attendees are invited to bring lunch. Register for this session using the IDevelop system. See instructions:http://irb.med.nyu.edu/researchers/courses/schedule Contact Yvette Martinez - Yvette.Martinez@nyumc.org" 12:00 PM, One Park Avenue, 6 Floor" 12:00 PM, One Park Avenue, 6th Floor, Room 6-311 - Contact Yvette Martinez at 6467544647 or at Yvette.Martinez@nyumc.org
  Translational Research In Progress:   Translational Research in Progress (TRIP) Seminar --- "TRIP (Translational Research in Progress) is a research seminar series co-sponsored by the Department of Medicine and the Clinical and Translational Science Institute. The topics for this seminar are: "Identifying Therapeutic Targets in Breast Cancer using Proteogenomics"." , Kelly V. Ruggles, Ph.D. Assistant Professor NYU School of Medicine Department of Medicine , 1:00 PM, MSB Ground Floor Large Conference Room (aka Faculty Dining Room) - Contact Lilly Sypher at 212.263.2978 or at Lilly.Sypher@nyumc.org
  Honors Program:   Dissecting Synaptic and Circuitry Mechanisms of Psychiatric Disorders --- "Synaptic dysfunction has emerged as a key pathology in several psychiatric disorders including autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and schizophrenia. Using mouse models of monogenetic neurodevelopmental disorders, we dissected the role of cortico-striatal-thalamo-cortical circuit dysfunction in these disorders. I will use the postsynaptic scaffolding protein Shank3 as an example to discuss the following aspects: (1) circuitry mechanisms of repetitive behaviors in mouse models of ASD; (2) reversibility of synaptic and behavioral abnormalities in adult mouse models of ASD; (3) shared and distinct synaptic and behavioral phenotypes in two lines of Shank3 mutant mice linked to ASD and schizophrenia. In addition, I will discuss the role of thalamic reticular nucleus dysfunction in ADHD-like behaviors in PTCHD1 mouse model of neurodevelopmental disorder." , Guoping Feng, PhD Poitras Professor of Neuroscience MIT Cambridge, MA Director of Model Systems and Neurobiology, Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research, Broad Institute , 4:00 PM, Alumni Hall B - Contact Josephine Markiewicz at 263-3815 or at Josephine.Markiewicz@nyumc.org
  Population Health - Epidemiology:   Novel Markers of Immune Function on the Social Pathways to Health --- Allison Aiello, PhD Professor of Epidemiology, leader of the Social Epidemiology Program, member of the Infectious Disease Epidemiology Program, and a Carolina Population Center Fellow University of North Carolina Gillings School of Global Public Health , 4:00 PM, Translational Research Building, Room 717
Tuesday, May 16, 2017
  Dept. of Surgery:   Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Conference --- "Didactic conference for Residents, Fellows and Faculty. Selected CME accredited meeting discussing topics in Vascular Disease" , Mark A. Adelman, MD, MD Chief NYULMC Skirball 3rd Floor , 7:00 AM, Skirball 3rd Floor Seminar Room - Contact Felicia Brockett at 212-263-6378 or at Felicia.Brockett@nyumc.org
  Otolaryngology:   Head & Neck Surgery and Oncology Multidisciplinary Tumor Board --- Mark Persky, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , Mark DeLacure, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , Babak Givi, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , 7:00 AM, Faculty Dining Room (FDR) - Contact Francesca Ciofalo at 212-263-6344 or at Francesca.Ciofalo@nyumc.org
  Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute:   PM&R Resident Lecture Series --- 12:00 PM, Alumni Hall B - Contact Kevin Franzese at Kevin.Franzese@nyumc.org
  Population Health:   Health Services Research in Gastrointestinal Oncology --- Daniel Lin, MD, MS Clinical fellow, Hematology/Oncology T32 and Schwartz Gastrointestinal Oncology research fellow NYU School of Medicine , 12:00 PM, Translational Research Building, Room 618 - Contact Ann Rounds at ann.rounds@nyumc.org
Wednesday, May 17, 2017
  Otolaryngology:   Review Session for Head and Neck Test --- Babak Givi, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , 12:00 AM, Coles Room 201 - Contact Francesca Ciofalo at 212-263-6344 or at Francesca.Ciofalo@nyumc.org
  Anesthesiology:   VISITING PROFESSOR GUEST LECTURE SERIES --- "THE EFFECT OF CHAINSMOKERS'S "CLOSER" IN THE OR ON PATIENT OUTCOMES AND RELATED AESTHETIC CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE OR OF THE FUTURE" , JAMES MCKEEVER, MD CHIEF RESIDENT NYU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE NEW YORK, NY , 7:00 AM, SB 3FL J BLEIBTREU SR - Contact Olga Desrosiers at 36343 or at Olga.Desrosiers@nyumc.org
  Otolaryngology:   Quality Improvement Patient Safety (QIPS) Conference --- Babak Givi, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , 7:00 AM, Coles Room 201 - Contact Francesca Ciofalo at 212-263-6344 or at Francesca.Ciofalo@nyumc.org
  Plastic Surgery:   Gynecomastic --- "Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds" , Michael Chiodo, MD Plastic Surgery Resident NYU The Hansjӧrg Wyss Department of Plastic Surgery , 7:00 AM, Bellevue Hospital, Bogert Education Center, CD522 - Contact Carla Navarro at Carla.Navarro@nyumc.org
  Ob/Gyn:   Non nocere: the physician's role in America's opioid crisis --- Nicole Roselli, MD Chief Resident NYU School of Medicine New York, NY Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology , 7:30 AM, Smilow First Floor Seminar Room - Contact Maureen Weekes at 212-263-5093 or at Maureen.Weekes@nyumc.org
  Plastic Surgery:   Wrist Injuries --- "Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds" , Joshua Mirrer, MD Plastic Surgery Resident NYU The Hansjӧrg Wyss Department of Plastic Surgery , 7:45 AM, Bellevue Hospital, Bogert Education Center, CD522 - Contact Carla Navarro at Carla.Navarro@nyumc.org
  Grand Rounds - Department of Medicine:   Asthma 2017: What We Know; What We Need to Know --- Jay Peters, MD Chief, Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine
Medical Director, Department of Respiratory Therapy
Professor of Medicine The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio , 7:45 AM, Schwartz Lecture Hall E - Contact Jennifer Mulliken at Jennifer.Mulliken@nyumc.org
  Otolaryngology:   Journal Club: Airway Stenosis --- Paul Kwak, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , 8:00 AM, Coles Room 201 - Contact Francesca Ciofalo at 212-263-6344 or at Francesca.Ciofalo@nyumc.org
  Ob/Gyn:   Harm reduction strategies for opiate abusers including novel methods of outreach and monitoring --- Nicole Roselli, MD/MBA Chief Resident NYU School of Medicine New York, NY Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology , 8:30 AM, Smilow Room A - Contact Kirtan Kaur at 212-263-2823 or at Kirtan.Kaur@nyumc.org
  Population Health - Division of Medical Ethics:   Medical Ethics Colloquium --- Brendan Parent, JD Faculty Affiliate, Division of Medical Ethics Director of Applied Bioethics, NYU School of Professional Studies , 12:30 PM, Translational Research Building, Room 120 - Contact Jessica Wico at jessica.wico@nyumc.org
Thursday, May 18, 2017
  Population Health Grand Rounds:   AHCA and Beyond... Update on U.S. Health Reform --- Mark D. Schwartz, MD Professor, Departments of Population Health and Medicine and Vice-Chair, Education and Faculty Affairs Department of Population Health, NYU School of Medicine , 9:00 AM, Translational Research Building, 227 East 30th Street, Room 120 - Contact Beverly Borg at 646-501-2522 or at beverly.borg@nyumc.org
  Psychiatry:   Psychiatry: Dept. of Psychiatry Grand Rounds --- "Seeing the Lion: Global Developmental Epidemiology in a Digital Age" , Helen Egger, MD Arnold Simon Professor and Chair, Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Director of the Child Study Center NYU Langone Medical Center , 11:00 AM, Smilow Seminar Room - Contact Ellen Lerner at 6467544854 or at Ellen.Lerner@nyumc.org
  Immunology Club:   Metabolic adaptation establishes disease tolerance to sepsis --- Miguel Soares, Ph.D. Principal Investigator Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciencia Oeiras, Portugal , 12:00 PM, Skirball 3rd-Floor Seminar Room - Contact Jeff Blenker at 212-263-7520 or at Jeff.Blenker@med.nyu.edu
  Microbiology:   Host Response to Infections in Different Organs Using Imaging --- Paul Kubes, Ph.D Professor University of Calgary Alberta, Canada , 2:00 PM, MSB 248 - Contact Dr. Victor Torres at 212-263-9232 or at victor.torres@nyumc.org
  Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute:   PM&R RISE Event: SI Joint Lecture/Regenerative Medicine Club --- 5:30 PM, ACC Building, 15th Floor, Resident Library - Contact Kevin Franzese at Kevin.Franzese@nyumc.org
Friday, May 19, 2017
  Cardiology:   Cardiology Grand Rounds ?Good Enough Solutions in Biology and Medicine: Coping with Genetic Diversity.? --- James N. Weiss, MD Professor of Medicine & Physiology David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA Los Angeles, CA , 7:30 AM, Skirball 4th floor - Contact Nadia Katayeva at 212-263-3967 or at Nadia.Katayeva@nyumc.org
  Infectious Diseases Grand Rounds:   No Grand Rounds scheduled for today --- 7:45 AM, N/A - Contact Ming Chan at Ming.Chan@nyumc.org
  Skirball Seminar Series:   Skirball Seminar Series -Remembering the Past: a New Form of Protein-Based Inheritance --- Daniel F. Jarosz, PhD Assistant Professor Stanford University School of Medicine Stanford, CA , 12:00 PM, Skirball Institute- 3rd Floor Seminar Room - Contact Laura E. Rivera at 212-263-3289 or at Laura.Rivera@med.nyu.edu
  Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute:   PM&R Journal Club: P&O --- "Stacie Marzolf Ray Stanford" 12:00 PM, ACC 15-84, HJD 535, HCC-9 Conference Room - Contact Kevin Franzese at Kevin.Franzese@nyumc.org
Monday, May 22, 2017
  Population Health:   Second Annual Population Health Conference: Health And... Racial Equity and Urban Well-Being --- Mary Bassett, MD, MPH (Keynote Speaker) Commissioner New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene , 12:00 AM, Vanderbilt Hall, 40 Washington Square South - Contact Zoe Liberman at zoe.liberman@nyumc.org
  Office of Science & Research:   Fundamentals of the IRB - Continuations, Modifications and Closures --- "This session will cover the IRB submission process and requirements for Continuations, Modifications and Closures. For each submission type attendees will learn what must be included, receive guidance on the type of answers that will ensure a faster approval and obtain an overview of the IRB office staff available to assist you with any questions. Brown bag session! All attendees are invited to bring lunch. Register for this session using the IDevelop system. See instructions:http://irb.med.nyu.edu/researchers/courses/schedule Contact Yvette Martinez - Yvette.Martinez@nyumc.org" 12:00 PM, One Park Avenue, 6 Floor" 12:00 PM, One Park Avenue, 6th Floor, Room 6-311 - Contact Yvette Martinez at 6467544647 or at Yvette.Martinez@nyumc.org
  Honors Program:   Why so Many Ways to Die? The Non-canonical Inflammasome Pathway --- "Intracellular lipopolysaccharide (LPS) from Gram-negative bacteria including Escherichia coli, Salmonella typhimurium, Shigella flexneri, and Burkholderia thailandensis activates mouse caspase-11 causing pyroptotic cell death, IL-1 processing, and lethal septic shock. How caspase-11 drives these downstream signaling events is largely unknown. Here we show that Gasdermin-D (Gsdmd) is essential for caspase-11-dependent pyroptosis and IL-1 maturation. A forward genetic screen with ethyl-N-nitrosourea-mutagenized mice linked Gsdmd to the intracellular LPS response. Macrophages from Gsdmd?/? mice generated by gene targeting also exhibited defective pyroptosis and IL-1 secretion induced by cytoplasmic LPS or Gram-negative bacteria. In addition, Gsdmd?/? mice were protected from a lethal dose of LPS. Mechanistically, caspase-11 cleaved Gsdmd and the N-terminal Gsdmd fragment promoted both pyroptosis and NLRP3-dependent activation of caspase-1 in a cell-intrinsic manner. Our data identify Gsdmd as a critical target of caspase-11 and a key mediator of the host response against Gram-negative bacterial infection." , Vishva M. Dixit, M.D. Vice President-Research Genentech, Inc. South San Francisco, CA , 4:00 PM, SMILOW 1st FLOOR SEMINAR ROOM - Contact Josephine Markiewicz at 263-3815 or at Josephine.Markiewicz@nyumc.org
Tuesday, May 23, 2017
  Dept. of Surgery:   Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Conference --- "Didactic conference for Residents, Fellows and Faculty. Selected CME accredited meeting discussing topics in Vascular Disease" , Mark A. Adelman, MD, MD Chief NYULMC Skirball 3rd Floor , 7:00 AM, Skirball 3rd Floor Seminar Room - Contact Felicia Brockett at 212-263-6378 or at Felicia.Brockett@nyumc.org
  Otolaryngology:   Head & Neck Surgery and Oncology Multidisciplinary Tumor Board --- Mark Persky, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , Mark DeLacure, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , Babak Givi, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , 7:00 AM, Faculty Dining Room - Contact Francesca Ciofalo at 212-263-6344 or at Francesca.Ciofalo@nyumc.org
  Dept. of Pediatrics:   Pediatric Grand Round --- James E. Lock, MD Alexander S. Nadas Professor of Pediatrics Harvard Medical School Cambridge, MA Topic: ?At the End of a Long Thin Tube? , 8:00 AM, Alumni Hall B - Contact Lakesha Baker at Lakesha.Baker@nyumc.org
  Neurology:   Child Neurology Grand Rounds --- "GUEST SPEAKER: BASIL DARRAS, MD; LECTURE TITLE: 'Spinal Muscular Atrophy: A Clinical and Research Update' ~~ Dr. Darras is Associate Neurologist-in-chief; Chief-Division of Clinical Neurology, Director-Neuromuscular Center Boston Children's Hospital Professor of Neurology, Harvard Medical School" 12:00 PM, Smilow Seminar Room - Contact Sue Chin at suzie.chin@nyumc.org
  Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute:   PM&R Resident Lecture Series --- 12:00 PM, G-11 - Contact Kevin Franzese at Kevin.Franzese@nyumc.org
  Cell, Developmental, and Stem Cell Biology Seminars:   From Cell To Organism: Cell, Developmental, and Stem Cell Biology Seminar Series --- Amy Kiger Associate Professor UC San Diego , 12:00 PM, Skirball 4th Floor Seminar Room - Contact Devki Patel at 212-263-6281 or at Devki.Patel@nyumc.org
  Population Health:   Enhancing Diversity & Inclusion in Research Recruitment & Retention: Strategies and Lessons Learned --- Nadia Islam, PhD assistant professor NYU School of Medicine , Farzana Kapadia, PhD, MPH co-director, Center for Health, Identity, Behavior and Prevention Studies NYU Steinhardt , Joseph Ravenell, MD, MS associate professor NYU School of Medicine , 3:00 PM, Translational Research Building, Room 120 - Contact Smiti Nadkarni at smiti.nadkarni@nyumc.org
Wednesday, May 24, 2017
  Otolaryngology:   Pediatric Laryngology --- Scott Rickert, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , 12:00 AM, Coles Room 105 - Contact Francesca Ciofalo at 212-263-6344 or at Francesca.Ciofalo@nyumc.org
  Anesthesiology:   VISITING PROFESSOR GUEST LECTURE SERIES --- "ANESTHESIA AND AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER: IMPROVING THE PERIOPERATIVE EXPERIENCE FOR PATIENTS, FAMILIES, AND PROVIDERS" , PATRICK SMOLLEN, MD CHIEF RESIDENT NYU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE NEW YORK, NY , 7:00 AM, SKIRBALL 3FL SR - Contact Olga Desrosiers at 36343 or at Olga.Desrosiers@nyumc.org
  Otolaryngology:   PET-CT in Head & Neck Cancer --- Elcin Zan, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , 7:00 AM, Coles Room 105 - Contact Francesca Ciofalo at 212-263-6344 or at Francesca.Ciofalo@nyumc.org
  Plastic Surgery:   Indications/Morbidity & Mortality Conference --- "Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds" , Alyssa Golas, MD Plastic Surgery Resident NYU The Hansjӧrg Wyss Department of Plastic Surgery , 7:00 AM, Bellevue Hospital, Bogert Education Center, CD522 - Contact Carla Navarro at Carla.Navarro@nyumc.org
  Ob/Gyn:   Integrated Care Rounds --- 7:15 AM, Smilow First Floor Seminar Room - Contact Maureen Weekes at 212-263-5093 or at Maureen.Weekes@nyumc.org
  Grand Rounds - Department of Medicine:   TBD --- Joseph V. Bonventre, MD, PhD Chief, Division of Renal Medicine
Chief, Division of Engineering in Medicine
Samuel A Levine Professor of Medicine Brigham and Women's Hospital
Harvard Stem Cell Institute , 7:45 AM, Schwartz Lecture Hall E - Contact Jennifer Mulliken at Jennifer.Mulliken@nyumc.org
  Otolaryngology:   Biennial Head and Neck Written Test --- Babak Givi, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , 8:00 AM, Coles Room 105 - Contact Francesca Ciofalo at 212-263-6344 or at Francesca.Ciofalo@nyumc.org
  Ob/Gyn:   Thriving in Scrubs: Understanding Resilience in Residents --- Abigail Winkel, MD Vice Chair, Education NYU School of Medicine New York, NY Residency Program Director; Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology , 8:30 AM, Smilow Room A - Contact Kirtan Kaur at 212-263-2823 or at Kirtan.Kaur@nyumc.org
  Population Health - Center for Healthful Behavior Change:   Sociocultural Determinants of Cardiometabolic Disease among South Asians: The MASALA Study --- Alka M. Kanaya, MD University of California San Francisco , 10:00 AM, Translational Research Building, Room 819 - Contact Jarette Samuels at Jarette.Samuels@nyumc.org
  Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute:   PM&R Grand Rounds --- "Effective Pain Treatment Outcomes" , Chris Gilligan, MD, MBA Chief, Division of Pain Medicine, Dept. of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine, Brigam & Women's Hospital; Assistant Professor of Anesthesia, Harvard Medical School Brigam & Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School , 12:00 PM, ACC Ground Floor, Room G-11 - Contact Kevin Franzese at Kevin.Franzese@nyumc.org
  Institute for Innovations in Medical Education:   LearnFest 2017 --- "Technology for Education and Discovery" 12:00 PM, Sid & Ruth Lapidus Library - MSB Ground Floor - Contact Greta Elysee at 646-501-4531 or at greta.elysee@nyumc.org
  Institute for Innovations in Medical Education:   LearnFest 2017 --- "Technology for Education and Discovery" 5:00 PM, Sid & Ruth Lapidus Library - MSB Ground Floor - Contact Greta Elysee at 646-501-4531 or at Greta.Elysee@nyumc.org
Thursday, May 25, 2017
  Psychiatry:   Psychiatry: Dept. of Psychiatry Annual Marvin Stern Lecture Grand Rounds --- "Coping with Medical Error: Taking Care of Our Own" , Jennifer Hanner, MD, MPH Clinical Assistant Professor, Dept. of Psychiatry, NYU School of Medicine Director, Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry, Tisch Hospital, NYU Langone Medical Center , 11:00 AM, Smilow Seminar Room - Contact Ellen Lerner at 6467544854 or at Ellen.Lerner@nyumc.org
  Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute:   PM&R RISE Event: Concussion Journal Club --- 5:30 PM, ACC G-11 - Contact Kevin Franzese at Kevin.Franzese@nyumc.org
Friday, May 26, 2017
  Infectious Diseases Grand Rounds:   Second Year Fellow Presents Research --- Tania Kupferman, MD ID Fellow New York University School of Medicine , 7:45 AM, Alumni Hall B - Contact Ming Chan at Ming.Chan@nyumc.org
  Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute:   PM&R Journal Club: Cardiopulmnonary Rehabilitation --- "Michael Flamm Kunal Oak" 12:00 PM, ACC 15-84, HJD 535, HCC-9 Conference Room - Contact Kevin Franzese at Kevin.Franzese@nyumc.org
Monday, May 29, 2017
  Office of Science & Research:   Advanced Topics of the IRB - Writing an Informed Consent that Informs --- "This session will provide attendees with information on writing an informed consent document (IC) that will better inform research subjects. Attendees will receive guidance on the elements required in the IC, practical advice for reducing the reading level and tips for improving the comprehension within the IC document. Brown bag sessions. All attendees are invited to bring lunch. Register for this session using the IDevelop system. See instructions:http://irb.med.nyu.edu/researchers/courses/schedule Contact Yvette Martinez - Yvette.Martinez@nyumc.org" 12:00 PM, One Park Avenue, 6 Floor" 12:00 PM, One Park Avenue, 6th Floor, Room 6-311 - Contact Yvette Martinez at 6467544647 or at Yvette.Martinez@nyumc.org
  Office of Science & Research:   Advanced Topics of the IRB - Writing an Informed Consent that Informs --- "This session will provide attendees with information on writing an informed consent document (IC) that will better inform research subjects. Attendees will receive guidance on the elements required in the IC, practical advice for reducing the reading level and tips for improving the comprehension within the IC document. Brown bag sessions. All attendees are invited to bring lunch. Register for this session using the IDevelop system. See instructions:http://irb.med.nyu.edu/researchers/courses/schedule Contact Yvette Martinez - Yvette.Martinez@nyumc.org" 12:00 PM, One Park Avenue, 6 Floor" 12:00 PM, One Park Avenue, 6th Floor, Room 6-311 - Contact Yvette Martinez at 6 or at Yvette.Martinez@nyumc.org
Tuesday, May 30, 2017
  Dept. of Surgery:   Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Conference --- "Didactic conference for Residents, Fellows and Faculty. Selected CME accredited meeting discussing topics in Vascular Disease" , Mark A. Adelman, MD, MD Chief NYULMC Skirball 3rd Floor , 7:00 AM, Skirball 3rd Floor Conference Room - Contact Felicia Brockett at 212-263-6378 or at Felicia.Brockett@nyumc.org
  Neuroscience Institute:   The Prelimbic Cortex - What is it good for? --- "Neuroscience Institute Special Seminar" , Thomas Klausberger, PhD Professor Medical University of Vienna , 10:00 AM, Alexandria East Tower Room 901 - Contact Eileen Cordero at eileen.cordero@nyumc.org
  Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute:   PM&R Resident Lecture Series --- 12:00 PM, Alumni Hall B - Contact Kevin Franzese at Kevin.Franzese@nyumc.org
Wednesday, May 31, 2017
  Anesthesiology:   VISITING PROFESSOR GUEST LECTURE SERIES --- "ANESTHESIA FOR LIVER TRANSPLANTATION" , LILIYA POSPISHIL, MD CHIEF RESIDENT NYU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE NEW YORK, NY , 7:00 AM, SKIRBALL 3FL SR - Contact Olga Desrosiers at 36343 or at Olga.Desrosiers@nyumc.org
  Plastic Surgery:   Brachial Plexus --- "Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds" , Karl Bruckman, DDS, MD Plastic Surgery Resident NYU The Hansjӧrg Wyss Department of Plastic Surgery , 7:00 AM, Bellevue Hospital, Bogert Education Center, CD522 - Contact Carla Navarro at Carla.Navarro@nyumc.org
  Ob/Gyn:   Integrated Care Rounds --- 7:15 AM, Smilow First Floor Seminar Room - Contact Maureen Weekes at 212-263-5093 or at Maureen.Weekes@nyumc.org
  Plastic Surgery:   Pelvic Reconstruction --- "Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds" , John Stranix, MD Plastic Surgery Resident NYU The Hansjӧrg Wyss Department of Plastic Surgery , 7:45 AM, Bellevue Hospital, Bogert Education Center, CD522 - Contact Carla Navarro at Carla.Navarro@nyumc.org
  Grand Rounds - Department of Medicine:   Advances in Pancreatic Beta Cell Regeneration for Diabetes --- Andrew Stewart, MD Director, Diabetes Obesity and Metabolism Institute
Irene and Dr. Arthur M. Fishberg Professor of Medicine Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai , 7:45 AM, Schwartz Lecture Hall E - Contact Jennifer Mulliken at Jennifer.Mulliken@nyumc.org
  Ob/Gyn:   The Role of Extracellular DNA in Preeclampsia-Like Symptoms in Rodents --- Jozef Conka, Dr. Rer. Nat. Scientist Institute of Molecular Biomedicine, Comenius University Bratislava, Slovakia , 8:30 AM, Smilow Room A - Contact Kirtan Kaur at 212-263-2823 or at Kirtan.Kaur@nyumc.org
  Office of Science & Research:   Odyssey Classic Training (for fluorescent Western blot/plate imaging) --- "OSR's Division of Advanced Research Technologies (DART) is pleased to host LiCor's John Lyssand, PhD, who will provide 15 minute training sessions from 1:00-2:30. Space is limited, so please contact Milton Hallin (347-721-8057) to reserve your time...." , John Lyssand, PhD Training Expert LiCor , 1:00 PM, Smilow 310D - Contact Andrea Ohlsson at 3-1494 or at Andrea.Ohlsson@nyumc.org
  Office of Science & Research:   Odyssey Fc Training (for FL/HRP/ECL imaging) --- "OSR's Division of Advanced Research Technologies (DART) is pleased to host LiCor's John Lyssand, PhD, who will provide 15 minute training on the Odyssey Fc for FL/HRP/ECL imaging. Space is limited, so reserve your 15 minute session during the 2:30 to 4:00 time period. Please call Milton Hallin at 347-721-8057." , John Lyssand, PhD Expert Trainer LiCor , 2:30 PM, Smilow 310D - Contact Andrea Ohlsson at 3-1494 or at Andrea.Ohlsson@nyumc.org
  Office of Science & Research:   Odyssey Classic and Odyssey Fc Question & Answer Session --- "After providing earlier training on the Odyssey Classic for fluorescent Western blot/plate imaging, and Odyssey FC for FL/HRP/ECL imaging, Dr. John Lyssand from LiCor will be available for general questions. Please feel free to stop by any time during the 4:00-5:00 time period to gain more information." , John Lyssand, PhD Training Expert LiCor , 4:00 PM, Smilow 310D - Contact Andrea Ohlsson at 3-1494 or at Andrea.Ohlsson@nyumc.org

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