Seminar Details

April 2017 Events

Monday, April 3, 2017
  Anesthesiology:   Department of Anesthesiology, Division of Pain Medicine Grand Rounds --- "Post Stroke Pain Syndromes" , Bilal Khan, DO 2016-2017 Pain Medicine Fellow NYULMC , 7:30 AM, Center for the Study and Treatment of Pain, 240 East 38th Street, 14th Floor, North, Conference Room 14-12 - Contact Jennifer Woods-Portanova at Jennifer.Woods-Portanova@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. Contact Royell Sullivan-Green - royell.sullivan@nyumc.org if you would like to attend today's session." 12:00 PM, One Park Avenue 6th Floor Conf RM 6-311 - Contact Yvette Martinez at 646-754-4647 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: "Super-spreading: Tricks That The Bugs Pull" and "Transcriptional regulation of the specialized conduction phenotype"." , Richard A. Stein, Md, PhD Research Scientist NYU School of Medicine Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology , David Park, MD Assistant Professor NYU School of Medicine Department of Medicine, Cardiology Division , 1:00 PM, Medical Science Bldg Ground Floor Large Conference Room (aka Faculty Dining Room) - Contact Lilly Sypher at (212) 263-2978 or at Lilly.Sypher@nyumc.org
Tuesday, April 4, 2017
  Dept. of Surgery:   Division of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery Journal Club --- "Vascular Surgery Journal Club" , Mark Adelman, MD, MD Chief NYULMC Skirball 3rd Floor Seminar Room , 7:00 AM, Skirball 3rd Floor Seminar Room - Contact Felicia Brockett at 212-263-6378 or at Felicia.Brockett@nyumc.org
  Neurology:   Neurology Grand Rounds --- "GUEST SPEAKER: STEVEN NOVELLA, MD; LECTURE TITLE: ?It's time for Science-Based Medicine? ~~ Dr. Novella is Assistant Professor of Neurology, Yale University School of Medicine" 8:00 AM, Smilow Seminar Room - Contact Sue Chin at suzie.chin@nyumc.org
  Population Health - Division of Biostatistics:   Biostatistics Seminar: Dianne M. Finkelstein, PhD --- "Title: Multiple Censored Outcomes in Chronic Disease Trials Abstract: A clinical trial may collect several outcomes that are to be used in deciding whether a new therapy is effective and tolerable for treating a chronic disease such as cancer. Often some of the outcomes (such as mortality) are censored. In oncology, the combined outcome of progression-free survival has been a standard primary outcome for some time, but there can be ambiguous results when survival benefit is not clear. In other diseases such as cardiology and neurology there has been interest in using global tests that combine multiple (possibly hierarchical) outcomes to assess new regimen. This session will discuss considerations for the design and interpretation a trial with multiple outcomes. Proposed non-parametric tests for a combined outcome will be considered. Specific trials will be discussed as illustration of the issues." , Dianne M. Finkelstein, PhD Professor/Director of Biostatistics Harvard University/Mass General Hospital Boston , 11:00 AM, 650 First Avenue, 5th Floor Conference Room - Contact Farrah Duplessis at 212-263-6502 or at Farrah.Duplessis@nyumc.org
  Population Health - Division of Biostatistics:   Multiple Censored Outcomes in Chronic Disease Trials --- Dianne M. Finkelstein, PhD Professor, Harvard University Director of Biostatistics, Mass General Hospital, Boston , 11:00 AM, 650 First Avenue, 5th Floor Conference Room - Contact Farrah Duplessis at farrah.duplessis@nyumc.org
  Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute:   PM&R Resident Lecture Series --- 12:00 PM, Alumni Hall B, Coles 212-214 - Contact Kevin Franzese at Kevin.Franzese@nyumc.org
  Cell, Developmental, and Stem Cell Biology Seminars:   Mechanisms of Epigenetic Regulation in Development and Disease --- Alexander Meissner, PhD Professor Harvard , 12:00 PM, Skirball 4th Floor Seminar Room - Contact Devki Patel at 212-263-6281 or at Devki.Patel@nyumc.org
  Population Health:   Advancing Medicine through Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence --- Mihaela van der Schaar, PhD Professor University of California, Los Angeles; University of Oxford; Alan Turing Institute , 12:00 PM, Translational Research Building, Room 818 - Contact Masha Kuznetsova at Masha.Kuznetsova@nyumc.org
Wednesday, April 5, 2017
  Anesthesiology:   VISITING PROFESSOR GUEST LECTURE SERIES --- "SUCCESS IN PATIENT BLOOD MANAGEMENT: BLOODLESS SURGERY AND BEYOND" , NICOLE GUNN, MD ASSISTANT PROFESSOR DUKE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER DURHAM, NC , 7:00 AM, SB 3FL J BLEIBTREU SR - Contact Olga Desrosiers at 36343 or at Olga.Desrosiers@nyumc.org
  Ob/Gyn:   TBD --- Ashley W. Tiegs, 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
  Grand Rounds - Department of Medicine:   The Problem of Penicillin Allergy - Scope and Solutions --- Amina Abdeldaim, MD, MPH Clinical Director, Inpatient Allergy
Division of Infectious Diseaes and Immunology NYU Langone Medical Center , 7:45 AM, Schwartz Lecture Hall E - Contact Jennifer Mulliken at Jennifer.Mulliken@nyumc.org
  Ob/Gyn:   Fertility Preservation for Age-Related Fertility Decline: Can We Silence the Ticking Biologic Clock --- Ashley W. Tiegs, MD 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:   Vulnerability After Cardiac Hospitalizations: Challenges and Opportunities --- Kumar Dharmarajan, MD, MBA Assistant Professor of Medicine (Cardiology) Yale School of Medicine , 12:00 PM, Translational Research Building, Room 120 - Contact Ann Rounds at ann.rounds@nyumc.org
  Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine:   When the Walls Come Tumbling Down: Planning for Crisis Standards of Care? --- "Pulmonary Grand Rounds" , Dan Hanfling, MD Clinical Professor George Washington University Special Advisor, Hospitaal Preparedness Program, Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response, Department of Health and Human Services , 5:00 PM, Alumni Hall A - Contact Maria Tababan at 6465010526 or at Maria.Tababan@nyumc.org
Thursday, April 6, 2017
  Endocrinology Grand Rounds:   Mastering Mastocytosis --- Loren Wissner Greene, MD, MA Clinical Professor of Medicine and ObGyn Affiliate Faculty in Medical Ethics NYU School of Medicine New York , 8:00 AM, Coles 101 - Contact Stephanie Chiang at Stephanie.Chiang@nyumc.org
  Psychiatry:   Psychiatry: Dept. of Psychiatry Grand Rounds --- "Interprofessional Education, Community Engagement and the Social Determinants of Health: A Central Role for "Ubuntu" in Health Care Workforce Development" , Mary Kay Smith, MD Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Director, Public and Community Psychiatry, Director, Psychiatry Clerkships University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life , 11:00 AM, Smilow Seminar Room - Contact Ellen Lerner at 6467544854 or at Ellen.Lerner@nyumc.org
  Immunology Club:   Regulators of Inflammatory Responses --- Thirumala-Devi Kanneganti, Ph.D. Member and Vice Chair, Department of Immunology St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Memphis, TN , 12:00 PM, Skirball 3rd-Floor Seminar Room - Contact Jeff Blenker at 212-263-7520 or at Jeff.Blenker@med.nyu.edu
  Microbiology:   Elucidating Critical Red Blood Cell Determinants of Malaria Infection --- Manoj Duraisingh, Ph.D John LaPorte Given Professor of Immunology and Infectious Diseases Harvard School of Public Health Boston, MA , 2:00 PM, MSB 248 - Contact Dr. Ana Rodriguez at (212) 263-6757 or at Ana.Rodriguez@nyumc.org
  Microbiology:   Twelfth Annual Vilcek Prize Lecture --- "We will discuss recent progress in studies of dendrite morphogenesis and mechanosensitive ion channels-research prompted by the search for neuronal functions that befit the dendritic morphology of Drosophila sensory neurons-with potential relevance to neurological disorders, and calcium-activated chloride channel functions revealed by studies of mutant mice." , Lily Y. Jan, PhD Jack and DeLoris Lange Professor of Physiology and Biophysics/Howard Hughes Investigator UCSF School of Medicine San Francisco CA (Lecture time will be split between Lily and Yuh Nung Jan) , Yuh Nung Jan, PhD Jack and DeLoris Lange Professor of Molecular Physiology/Howard Hughes Investigator UCSF School of Medicine San Francisco CA (Lecture time will be split between Lily and Yuh Nung Jan) , 4:00 PM, Alumni Hall B - Contact Jan Vilcek, M.D. at (212) 263-6756 or at Jan.Vilcek@nyumc.org
  Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute:   PM&R RISE Event --- "Shoulder Injuries" , Warren Young, MD Assistant Professor, Depts. of Orthopaedic Surgery and Pediatrics NYU , 5:30 PM, ACC, 15th Floor, Resident Library - Contact Kevin Franzese at Kevin.Franzese@nyumc.org
Friday, April 7, 2017
  Cardiology:   Grand Rounds:
Diabetes and Heart Failure: Can I help, Sweetheart? ---
Chim C Lang, MD Professor of Cardiology University of Dundee Scotland, UK , 7:30 AM, Skirball 4th Floor - Contact Nadia Katayeva at Nadia.Katayeva@nyumc.org
  Infectious Diseases Grand Rounds:   EBOLA TREATMENT: WORKING IN THE DARK UNDER THE SPOTLIGHT --- Sir Michael Jacobs, Dr Consultant & Hon. Senior Lecturer in Infectious Diseases Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust United Kingdom , 7:45 AM, Skirball 3rd Floor Seminar Room - Contact Ming Chan at Ming.Chan@nyumc.org
  Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute:   PM&R Journal Club: Spine/Pain --- "Drs. Dahodwalla and Jaramillo" 12:00 PM, ACC 15-84, HJD 535, HCC-9 Conference Room - Contact Kevin Franzese at Kevin.Franzese@nyumc.org
Saturday, April 8, 2017
  Otolaryngology:   38TH John F. Daly Day Visiting Professor Lecture & 6TH Annual Alumni Symposium --- "?Limitations of Pediatric Endoscopic Laryngeal Surgery and Advances in Treatment of Tracheal Malformations? & ?Management of Velopharyngeal Insufficiency in Children?" , Professor Noel Garabedian, MD Faculty Hopital Necker-Enfants Malades France , 8:00 AM, Smilow Multipurpose Room/Seminar Room - Contact Gabriela Monasterio at 212-263-7338 or at Gabriela.Monasterio@nyumc.org
Monday, April 10, 2017
  Anesthesiology:   Department of Anesthesiology, Division of Pain Medicine Grand Rounds --- "Spirituality, Religion, and Pain" , Patrick Milord, MD 2016-2017 Pain Medicine Fellow NYULMC , 7:30 AM, Center for the Study and Treatment of Pain, 240 East 38th Street, 14th Floor, North, Conference Room 14-12 - Contact Jennifer Woods-Portanova at Jennifer.Woods-Portanova@nyumc.org
  Neuroscience Institute:   Neuroscience Colloquium --- "Immune Mechanisms of Synapse Loss in Health and Disease One of the major unsolved mysteries in neuroscience is how synapses are eliminated in the healthy and diseased brain. During development, neural circuitry undergoes a remodeling process in which excess synapses are eliminated and the remaining synapses are strengthened. This pruning process is required for precise brain wiring; however the mechanisms that drive the elimination of specific synapses in the brain remain unclear. Emerging evidence from several model systems implicate molecules traditionally associated with the adaptive and innate immune system. Microglia-mediated synaptic refinement appears to depend on a careful balance of ?eat me? (ie. complement) and a group of novel immune- related protective signals. Our recent work suggest that aberrant activation of some of these normal immune ?related pruning pathways mediate early synapse loss in neurodegenerative diseases (NDDs), including Alzheimer?s Disease (AD) and Huntington?s disease (HD). Thus, understanding how these immune mechanisms drive developmental pruning may provide novel insight into how to protect synapses in NDDS and other disorders of synaptic dysfunction, including autism and schizophrenia" , Beth Stevens, PhD Assistant Professor of Neurology Department of Neurology, Harvard Medical School Boston Children?s Hospital , 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 - Reportable New Information --- "This session will provide attendees with information regarding Reportable New Information Submissions. 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. Contact Yvette Martinez - yvette.martinez@nyumc.org if you would like to attend today's session." 12:00 PM, One Park Avenue 6th Floor Conf RM 6-311 - Contact Yvette Martinez at 646-754-4647 or at Yvette.Martinez@nyumc.org
  Population Health - Epidemiology:   Work Experiences, Retirement & Aging: A Puzzle With Multiple Moving Pieces --- Carlos Mendes de Leon, PhD Professor of Epidemiology and Global Public Health University of Michigan School of Public Health , 4:00 PM, Translational Research Building, 227 East 30th St., Room 120 - Contact Liz Clancy at elizabeth.clancy@nyumc.org
Tuesday, April 11, 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 Adelman, MD, MD Chief NYULMC Skirball 3rd Floor Seminar Room , 7:00 AM, Skirball 3rd Floor Seminar Room - Contact Felicia Brockett at 212-263-6378 or at Felicia.Brockett@nyumc.org
  Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute:   PM&R Resident Lecture Series --- 12:00 PM, Bellevue H Building 8N27 - 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 --- Ronald C. Wek, PhD Professor Indiana University Indianapolis, IN , 12:00 PM, Skirball 4th Floor Seminar Room - Contact Devki Patel at 212-263-6281 or at Devki.Patel@nyumc.org
  Neuroscience Institute:   Special Seminar: Kenneth Harris, PhD, University Colege, London --- "Neurpopixel probes and kilo sort methods for circuit analysis" , Kenneth Harris, PhD Professor University College London , 1:30 PM, Alexandria East 901 - Contact Aimee Chow at 6465014591 or at Aimee.Chow@nyumc.org
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
  Anesthesiology:   VISITING PROFESSOR GUEST LECTURE SERIES --- "NEUROTOXICITY OF ANESTHETICS IN THE YOUNG: MYTH OR VALID CONCERN" , SHOBHA MALVIYA, MD PROFESSOR UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN ANN ARBOR, MI , 7:00 AM, SB 3FL J BLEIBTREU SR - Contact Olga Desrosiers at 36343 or at Olga.Desrosiers@nyumc.org
  Plastic Surgery:   Optimizing Decision Making in Mastopexy and Augmentation Mastopexy --- "Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds" , William Adams Jr., MD Plastic Surgeon UT Southwestern Medical Center. , 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:   The Aging Phenotypes: Beyond Description --- Luigi Ferruci, MD, PhD Scientific Director, National Institute on Aging National Institutes of Health , 7:45 AM, Schwartz Lecture Hall E - Contact Jennifer Mulliken at Jennifer.Mulliken@nyumc.org
  Ob/Gyn:   Dementia, Why Would Estrogen Help? --- Frederick Naftolin, MD, D Phil Professor NYU School of Medicine New York, NY Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology; Director of Reproductive Biology Research , 8:30 AM, Smilow Room A - Contact Kirtan Kaur at 212-263-2823 or at Kirtan.Kaur@nyumc.org
  Structural Biology:   Molecular Biophysics Seminar Speaker: Joanne Lemieux --- Joanne Lemieux, PhD ​Associate Professor University of Alberta Canada , 10:00 AM, Skirball 4th floor Seminar Room - Contact Alberta Chan at 212-263-8573 or at Alberta.Chan@nyumc.org
  Population Health:   Using Internet Data for Monitoring Unsafe Foods --- Elaine Nsoesie, PhD Assistant Professor of Global Health at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) University of Washington , 11:00 AM, Translational Research Building, Room 120 - Contact Ann Rounds at ann.rounds@nyumc.org
  Neuroscience Institute:   Neuroscience Group Meeting --- Miho Nakajima, PhD (Halassa lab) Neuroscience Institute , 12:00 PM, Smilow Seminar Room - Contact Rihan Hassad at 3-9474 or at Rihan.Hassad@nyumc.org
  Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute:   NYU Grand Rounds --- "Presenter: Dr. Alex Moroz, MD Associate Professor, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine Vice Chair, Rusk Rehab Education NYU Langone Medical Center" 12:00 PM, ACC Ground Floor, Room G-11 - Contact Idris Amin at Idris.Amin@nyumc.org
Thursday, April 13, 2017
  Psychiatry:   Psychiatry: Dept. of Psychiatry Grand Rounds --- "Recent Advances in the Understanding of Adult ADHD" , Lenard Adler, MD Professor, Departments of Psychiatry and Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Director, Adult ADHD Program NYU School of Medicine , 11:00 AM, Smilow Seminar Room - Contact Ellen Lerner at 6467544854 or at Ellen.Lerner@nyumc.org
  Neuroscience Institute:   The ubiquitin-conjugating enzyme (E2), UbcD6/dRad6 is essential for sleep in Drosophila --- Eun Sil Park, PhD Postdoc candidate Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology Korea , 11:30 AM, Alexandria East Tower 801 - Contact Aimee Chow at 6465014591 or at Aimee.Chow@nyumc.org
  Immunology Club:   Cancelled (will reschedule for a later date) --- Robert D. Schreiber, Ph.D. Bursky Distinguished Professor, Department of Pathology and Immunology; Professor of Molecular Microbiology; Director, Bursky Center for Human Immunology and Immunotherapy Programs Washington University School of Medicine St. Louis, Missouri , 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 Seminar --- Jean-Remi King, PhD Postdoc NYU , 12:00 PM, Alexandria Center, Room 901 CR - Contact Rihan Hassad at 3-9474 or at Rihan.Hassad@nyumc.org
  Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute:   PM&R Rise Event --- "How to Read an MRI of the Knee" , Alan Schleier, DO Sports Medicine Fellow, Dept. of Rehabilitation Medicine NYU , 5:30 PM, ACC, 15th Floor, Resident Library - Contact Kevin Franzese at Kevin.Franzese@nyumc.org
Friday, April 14, 2017
  Infectious Diseases Grand Rounds:   First Year Fellows Presents Clinical Cases --- Fatima Adhi, MD ID Fellow New York University School of Medicine , Robert Pitts, MD ID Fellow New York University School of Medicine , 7:45 AM, Skirball 3rd Floor Seminar Room - Contact Ming Chan at Ming.Chan@nyumc.org
  Dept. of Environmental Medicine:   Marcelo Bonini, Ph.D. --- "Mitochondrial Superoxide Dismutase, ROS and Cancer: Shedding Light onto the Missing Links" , Marcelo Bonini, Ph.D. Associate Professor University of Illinois Chicago Associate Professor of Biochemistry in Medicine , 11:00 AM, Dept. of Env. 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: Spine/Pain --- "Drs. Marzolf and Flamm" 12:00 PM, ACC 15-84, HJD 535, HCC-9 Conference Room - Contact Kevin Franzese at Kevin.Franzese@nyumc.org
Monday, April 17, 2017
  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
  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: "Regulation of cardiac conduction by FHF2" and "Increase in cervical HPV diversity with urbanization"." , Akshay Shekhar Graduate Student NYU School of Medicine Department of Medicine (Glenn Fishman Lab) / Sackler Institute , M. Gloria Dominguez-Bello, M.D. Associate Professor NYU School of Medicine Department of Medicine, Translational Medicine Division , 1:00 PM, MSB Groud Floor Large Conference Room (aka Faculty Dining Room) - Contact Lilly Sypher at (212) 263-2978 or at Lilly.Sypher@nyumc.org
  Honors Program:   Neural Circuits Controlling Sleep --- "Sleep is a fundamental biological process observed widely in the animal kingdom, and its disruption has profound impacts on human health. However, the neural circuits generating sleep remain poorly understood. Using powerful techniques developed over the past decade, including optogenetics, cell-type-specific imaging, virus-mediated circuit tracing, and gene expression profiling, our research aims at identifying the key neurons in the sleep control circuits, mapping of their synaptic connections, and identifying potential intervention targets for improving sleep." , Yang Dan, PhD Professor of Neurobiology University of California, Berkeley Berkeley,CA Investigator, HHMI , 4:00 PM, Alumni Hall B - Contact Josephine Markiewicz at 263-3815 or at Josephine.Markiewicz@nyumc.org
  Population Health:   Using Science to Inform Policy: Applying Agent-Based Models to Questions of Urban Violence --- Magdalena Cerda, PhD Cice Chancellor?s Chair in Vioelence Prevention; Associate Professor Dept Emergency Medicine at UC Davis , 4:00 PM, Translational Research Building, Room 120 - Contact Liz Clancy at elizabeth.clancy@nyumc.org
Tuesday, April 18, 2017
  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
  Neurology:   Neurology Grand Rounds --- "Speaker: MYRNA CARDIEL, MD; LECTURE TITLE: 'Headache Management Peripheral Nerve Blocks' ~~ Dr. Cardiel is Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Neurology NYU Langone Medical Center SPEAKER: ERNEST S. CHIU, MD FACS; LECTURE TITLE: 'Surgical Management of Migraine Headaches' ~~ Dr. Chiu is Associate Professor of Plastic Surgery Director, Helen L. & Martin S. Kimmel Hyperbaric and Advanced Wound Healing Center Hansjӧrg Wyss Department of Plastic Surgery NYU Langone Medical Center" 8:00 AM, Smilow Seminar Room - Contact Sue Chin at suzie.chin@nyumc.org
  Neurology:   Child Neurology Grand Rounds --- "SPEAKER: Jeffrey C. Allen, MD; LECTURE TITLE: Impact of Oncologic Therapy on Endocrine and Visual Deficits in NF1-Associated and Sporadic Optic Pathway Gliomas'~~ Dr. Allen is Otto and Marguerite Manley and Making Headway Foundation Endowed Professor of Pediatric Neuro-oncology NYU Langone Medical Center" 12:00 PM, Smilow Seminar Room - Contact Sue Chin at suzie.chin@nyumc.org
  Radiology:   Novel Agents for PET-targeted imaging and theranostics --- "PET radiochemistry can be a great resource for imaging, treatment and point-of-care response/monitoring in Cancer and Cardiovascular disease. A novel small molecule targeting the cyclin-dependent kinases CDK4/6 and a series of radiolabeled nanobodies and peptides for atherosclerotic plaques imaging will be presented. The seminar will also focus on the fundamentals of Radiochemistry and how the newly established CAI2R Radiochemistry facility will operate." , Giuseppe Carlucci, PhD Assistant Professor of Radiology NYU School of Medicine New York, NY Dr. Carlucci?s work focuses on development and validation of novel imaging tracers, including small molecule-, peptide-, and nanoparticle-based probes for optical and PET imaging. He designs companion imaging agents for determining drug susceptibility and target engagement in preclinical and translational settings. Dr. Carlucci completed postdoctoral training in radiochemistry at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center after obtaining a PhD from Rijksuniversiteit, University of Groningen. , 12:00 PM, 660 First Avenue, 4th Floor, Large Conference Room - Contact Pawel Slabiak at 2122633587 or at Pawel.Slabiak@nyumc.org
  Population Health - SOLVE:   Toward portable NLP solutions for healthcare - the journey of CLAMP --- Hua Xu, PhD Professor, CPRIT Scholar in Cancer Research Director, Center for Computational Biomedicine School of Biomedical Informatics, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston , 12:00 PM, Translational Research Building, Room 618 - Contact Ann Rounds at ann.rounds@nyumc.org
  Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute:   PM&R Resident Lecture Series --- 12:00 PM, NYSIM Center - Contact Kevin Franzese at Kevin.Franzese@nyumc.org
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
  Otolaryngology:   Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) --- Catherine Cho, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , 12:00 AM, Coles Room 101 - Contact Francesca Ciofalo at 212-263-6344 or at Francesca.Ciofalo@nyumc.org
  Anesthesiology:   VISITING PROFESSOR GUEST LECTURE SERIES --- "ANESTHESIA MEDICATION ERRORS AND SAFE DRUG ADMINISTRATION" , RAYMOND LEBRON COOPER, MD PROFESSOR AND CHAIR UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSE COLLEGE OF MEDICINE MEMPHIS, TN , 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 101 - Contact Francesca Ciofalo at 212-263-6344 or at Francesca.Ciofalo@nyumc.org
  Plastic Surgery:   Case think 101 --- "Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds" , Barry Zide, MD Plastic Surgery Faculty 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:   Physician advocacy: why and how --- Ann Davis, MD Wyeth Professor of Reproductive Choices Columbia University 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:   Breast Augumentation --- "Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds" , Stelios Wilson, 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:   Controversies in Colorectal Cancer Screening: Shining Light Where the Sun Don't Shine --- Jason A. Dominitz, MD, MHS National Program Director for Gastroenterology, Department of Veterans Affairs
Gastroenterology Section Chief, VA Puget Sound Health Care System
Professor of Medicine University of Washington School of Medicine , 7:45 AM, Schwartz Lecture Hall E - Contact Jennifer Mulliken at Jennifer.Mulliken@nyumc.org
  Otolaryngology:   Glucocorticoids in Laryngology --- Paul Kwak, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , 8:00 AM, Coles Room 101 - Contact Francesca Ciofalo at 212-263-6344 or at Francesca.Ciofalo@nyumc.org
  Ob/Gyn:   Continued: Physician Advocacy Why and How --- Anne Davis, MD,MPH Associate Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology Columbia University New York, NY Director, Family Planning Fellowship , 8:30 AM, Smilow Room A - Contact Kirtan Kaur at 212-263-2823 or at Kirtan.Kaur@nyumc.org
  Neuroscience Institute:   Neuroscience Weekly Group Meeting --- Jennifer Arnold, PhD Postdoc NYULMC , 12:00 PM, Smilow Seminar Room - Contact Rihan Hassad at 3-9474 or at Rihan.Hassad@nyumc.org
Thursday, April 20, 2017
  Neuroscience Institute:   Special Seminar: Christophe Bernard, PhD, Institut de Neurosciences des Systemes --- "The dynamic epileptic brain" , Christophe Bernard, Phd Professor Institut de Neurosciences des Systemes Marselle, France , 10:00 AM, Alexandria East 901 - Contact Aimee Chow at 6465014591 or at Aimee.Chow@nyumc.org
  Psychiatry:   Psychiatry: Dept. of Psychiatry Grand Rounds --- "How Does Obesity-associated Metabolic Disease Affect the Brain?" , Antonio Convit, MD Professor, Departments of Psychiatry, Medicine, and Radiology, Director, Brain Obesity and Diabetes (BODY) Lab, NYU School of Medicine Deputy Director, Nathan S. Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research , 11:00 AM, Smilow Seminar Room - Contact Ellen Lerner at 6467544854 or at Ellen.Lerner@nyumc.org
  Immunology Club:   Regulation of CD8 T cell memory by the purinergic receptor P2rx7 --- Steve Jameson, Ph.D. Chairman's Fund Professor in Experimental Pathology, Center for Immunology University of Minnesota Minneapolis , 12:00 PM, Skirball 3rd-Floor Seminar Room - Contact Jeff Blenker at 212-263-7520 or at Jeff.Blenker@med.nyu.edu
  Population Health - SOLVE:   Using Data-Driven Simulation to Inform Population Health Decision-Making: The Example of West Nile Virus --- Beate Sander, PhD Scientist at Public Health Ontario (PHO), Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto Adjunct Faculty at York University, and Adjunct Scientist at the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES) , 12:00 PM, Translational Research Building, Room 618 - Contact Ann Rounds at ann.rounds@nyumc.org
  Office of Science & Research:   Integrated Omics Clinic: The Use of 'Omics' to Unravel Pathogenic Strategies Used by the Super Bug Staphylococcus aureus --- "Victor Torres, PhD, will discuss genomics, proteomic and metabolomics data integration for Staphylococcus aureus. The Integrated Omics Clinics (iOCs) present basic or translational research projects that will require a global "omics" approach involving genomics/epigenomics, proteomics, or metabolomics technologies and the integration of data using advanced computational biology tools. These clinics will aim to produce research plans, experiment designs, and novel data analysis tools for high impact projects. During each iOC, an investigator will introduce a research problem, and faculty and staff of the NYULMC omics resource centers will propose approaches to address the question. A general brainstorming session with all participants will follow." , Victor Torres, PhD Associate Professor, Department of Microbiology NYU School of Medicine , 3:00 PM, Skirball 4th Floor Seminar Room
  Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute:   PM&R RISE Event --- "Regenerative Medicine Club" , Tracy Espiritu-McKay, DO Resident, Dept. of Rehabilitation Medicine NYU , 5:30 PM, ACC, 15th Floor, Resident Library - Contact Kevin Franzese at Kevin.Franzese@nyumc.org
Friday, April 21, 2017
  Infectious Diseases Grand Rounds:   Influenza Virus Transmission: Virus, Host, and Environment --- Nicole M. Bouvier,, M.D. Assistant Professor Mount Sinai School of Medicine Department of Medicine, Division of Infectious Diseases Department of Microbiology , 7:45 AM, Skirball 3rd Floor Seminar Room - Contact Ming Chan at Ming.Chan@nyumc.org
  Dept. of Environmental Medicine:   Michael Weitzman, Ph.D. --- "Childhood Lead Poisoning: The Most Common and Pernicous Childhood Neurotoxic Exposure" , Michael Weitzman, Ph.D. Professor NYU School of Medicine New York, NY Professor of Pediatrics and Env. Medicine , 11:00 AM, Dept. of Env. Medicine, Sterling Forest, NY - Contact Barbara Walker at 845-731-3502 or at Barbara.Walker@nyumc.org
  Skirball Seminar Series:   Regulation of pancreatic oncogenesis by innate and adaptive immunity --- George Miller, MD Associate Professor NYU School of Medicine, Departments of Surgery & Cell Biology New York City , 12:00 PM, SKIrball Institute- 3rd Floor Seminar Room - Contact Nancy Rodriguez at 212-263-2989 or at nancy.rodriguez@med.nyu.edu
  Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute:   PM&R Journal Club: Spine/Pain --- "Drs. Stallings and Ho" 12:00 PM, ACC 15-84, HJD 535, HCC-9 Conference Room - Contact Kevin Franzese at Kevin.Franzese@nyumc.org
  Institute for Innovations in Medical Education:   Biostatistics Seminar Series --- "Turning the page on paper health assessments: How modern psychometrics and adaptive digital technologies will transform patient-reported data collection.
SPACE IS LIMITED - RSVP to: greta.elysee@nyumc.org"
, Chris Gibbons, PhD Director of Health Assessment and Innovation Cambridge University , 12:00 PM, Translational Research Building, Conference Room 717 - Contact Greta Elysee at 646-501-4531 or at Greta.Elysee@nyumc.org
Monday, April 24, 2017
  Anesthesiology:   Department of Anesthesiology, Division of Pain Medicine Grand Rounds --- "CRPS in the Pediatric Patient" , Michael Hershey, MD 2016-2017 Pain Medicine Fellow NYULMC , 7:30 AM, Center for the Study and Treatment of Pain, 240 East 38th Street, 14th Floor, North, Conference Room 14-12 - Contact Jennifer Woods-Portanova at Jennifer.Woods-Portanova@nyumc.org
  Neuroscience Institute:   Neuroscience Colloquium --- "?Molecular Mechanisms Underlying the Elaboration of Neural Connectivity? Our work investigates the function of extrinsic guidance cues and their receptors in regulating axon guidance, dendritic morphology, synapse formation and function, and circuit organization. We have investigated how neural circuits are formed and maintained through the action of guidance cues that include semaphorin proteins, their classical plexin and neuropilin receptors, and also novel receptors. Our current efforts include understanding the origin of laminar organization in the CNS and also connectivity at all levels in the mammalian visual system. Overall, these studies provide insight into the regulation of neural circuit assembly and function, and they serve as a foundation for exploring neural regenerative mechanisms." , Alex L. Kolodkin, PhD Professor HHMI, Johns Hopkins , 12:00 PM, Smilow Seminar Room - Contact Rihan Hassad at 3-9474 or at Rihan.Hassad@nyumc.org
  Office of Science & Research:   Advanced Topics of the IRB - How to Write a Protocol --- "This session will provide attendees with information on what to consider when writing a protocol. Attendees will receive guidance on the essential IRB elements of a protocol, review a previously approved principal investigator initiated protocol and obtain an overview of the IRB office staff available to assist 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:   Research Resilience: Best Practices for ULT Freezers --- "Hurricane season starts June 1st. Take time now to prepare your frozen research samples and reagents. Stop by to speak directly with the OSR freezer experts to learn how to safeguard the contents of your ULT freezer. In addition, Alan Davis, Chief Operating Officer, and George Melashvili, general manager, from Novare Biologistics will be available to discuss the off-site ULT freezer storage program, which is free to NYU School of Medicine researchers until May 2019. Anyone with a ULT freezer should stop by. Enter a raffle for a chance to win a prize, and enjoy free giveaways. No freshments will be served. No speaker." 1:00 PM, Farkas Breezeway
  Institute for Computational Medicine:   Computational Cancer Series - Dr. Paz Polak --- "Seminar: A Mutational Signature Reveals Alterations Underlying Deficient Homologous Recombination Repair In Breast Cancer" , Paz Polak, PhD Researcher Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT, Cancer Program Cambridge, MA , 1:45 PM, Skirball Institute - 4th Floor Seminar Room - Contact Kelly Scott at Kelly.Scott@nyumc.org
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
  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 (MSB - Large Conference Room) - Contact Francesca Ciofalo at 212-263-6344 or at Francesca.Ciofalo@nyumc.org
  Office of Science & Research:   SPA On Track Meeting --- "During this On Track Meeting, Sponsored Programs Administration (SPA), the grants office, will cover the following topics: Research Navigator Grants Upgrade; SPA Training and Education Team Introduction; Research Navigator Grants Upgrade Training Plan; Intramural Funding Opportunities; Faculty NYUSOM/VA Joint Appointment Memos. Anyone in the research community should attend." 10:00 AM, Alumni Hall B
  Molecular Neurobiology:   Privileged dopaminergic cells modulate emotional tone --- "Molecular Neurobiology Seminar Series" , Adam Claridge-Chang, Ph.D. Assistant Professor National University of Singapore Singapore Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology, A*STAR , 11:00 AM, Skirball Institute 3rd floor seminar room - Contact Richard Stout at 3-6282 or at richard.stout@nyumc.org
  Other Skirball Seminars:   Regulation of primary cilia formation in the mouse --- Dr. Kathryn Anderson Chair, Developmental Biology Program Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center , 11:00 AM, Skirball 4th Floor Seminar Room - Contact Theresa Walton at 6465014509 or at Theresa.Walton@nyumc.org
  Cell, Developmental, and Stem Cell Biology Seminars:   Developmental Genetics Program Advisory Board Meeting --- "Dr. Kathryn Anderson, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Regulation of primary cilia formation in the mouse" , Kathryn Anderson, PhD Dr Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center New York, NY , 11:00 AM, Skirball 4th Floor Seminar Room - Contact Devki Patel at 212-263-6281 or at Devki.Patel@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
  Other Skirball Seminars:   Development of sexual dimorphisms in the nervous system --- Dr. Oliver Hobert Professor, HHMI Investigator Columbia University , 2:45 PM, Skirball 4th Floor Seminar Room - Contact Theresa Walton at 6465014509 or at Theresa.Walton@nyumc.org
  Cell, Developmental, and Stem Cell Biology Seminars:   Developmental Genetics Program Advisory Board Meeting --- "Dr. Oliver Hobert, Columbia University Development of sexual dimorphisms in the nervous system" , Oliver Hobert, PhD Professor Columbia University New York, NY , 2:45 PM, Skirball 4th Floor Seminar Room - Contact Devki Patel at 212-263-6281 or at Devki.Patel@nyumc.org
  Institute for Innovations in Medical Education:   Harvi Reloaded:
Cardiovascular Simulation for Education and Beyond ---
"In a sterling example of simulation applied to health professions education, Dr. Dickstein will describe a decades long project to develop a physiology simulator.
SPACE IS LIMITED - RSVP to: greta.elysee@nyumc.org"
, Marc Dickstein, MD Professor of Anesthesiology Institution: Columbia University Medical Center , 4:00 PM, Medical Science Building, G45 - 550 First Avenue, NY NY 10016 - Contact Greta Elysee at 646-501-4531 or at Greta.Elysee@nyumc.org
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
  Otolaryngology:   Acquired Airway Lesions --- Robert Ward, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , 12:00 AM, Faculty Dining Room (MSB - Large Conference Room) - Contact Francesca Ciofalo at 212-263-6344 or at Francesca.Ciofalo@nyumc.org
  Anesthesiology:   VISITING PROFESSOR GUEST LECTURE SERIES --- "PBLI" , DRS. J. MCKEEVER, H. PATEL, L. POSPISHIL, S. SHABASHEV, P. SMOLLEN, MD CHIEF RESIDENTS 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:   Petrous Apex Lesions --- Benjamin Cohen, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , 7:00 AM, Faculty Dining Room (MSB - Large Conference Room) - Contact Francesca Ciofalo at 212-263-6344 or at Francesca.Ciofalo@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:   Three Stooges or Holy Trinity? Whether, and How, Patient-Centered Care, Evidence-Based Medicine, and Shared Decision Making Can Coexist --- Zackary Berger, MD, PhD Associate Professor of Medicine Johns Hopkins School of Medicine , 7:45 AM, Schwartz Lecture Hall E - Contact Jennifer Mulliken at Jennifer.Mulliken@nyumc.org
  Otolaryngology:   Hair Restoration --- Ben Paul, MD Academic Affiliation NYU Langone Medical Center , 8:00 AM, Faculty Dining Room (MSB - Large Conference Room) - Contact Francesca Ciofalo at 212-263-6344 or at Francesca.Ciofalo@nyumc.org
  Ob/Gyn:   Impact of mTOR Inhibition on Ovarian Cancer Stem Cells --- Jeannie Chern, MD, ScM Gynecologic Oncology Fellow 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
  Structural Biology:   Molecular Biophysics Seminar Speaker: Roderick MacKinnon --- Roderick MacKinnon, MD Jr. Professor The Rockefeller University , 10:00 AM, Skirball 4th floor Seminar Room - Contact Alberta Chan at 212-263-8573 or at Alberta.Chan@nyumc.org
  Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute:   PM&R Grand Rounds --- "Quantitation and Augmentation of Rehabilitation Training after Stroke" , Heidi Schambra-Griesemer, MD Assistant Professor, Depts. of Neurology and Rehabilitation Medicine NYU , 12:00 PM, ACC Ground Floor, Room G-11 - Contact Kevin Franzese at Kevin.Franzese@nyumc.org
  Population Health - Division of Medical Ethics:   BOOK DISCUSSION: Hospital Land USA, Sociological Adventures in Medicalization --- Wendy Simonds, PhD Professor of Sociology Georgia State University , 12:30 PM, Conference room 408CR/ Alexandria West (430 East 29th Street) - Contact Jessica Wico at jessica.wico@nyumc.org
  Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine:   ECMO: An Evolving Branch of Critical Care Medicine --- "Pulmonary Grand Rounds" , Yuval Raz, MD Assistant Professor of Medicine Massachusetts General Hospital Harvard Medical School , 5:00 PM, Saul Farber - Contact Marla Hymes at 212-263-5183 or at Marla.Hymes@nyumc.org
Thursday, April 27, 2017
  Anesthesiology:   Department of Anesthesiology, Division of Pain Medicine Grand Rounds --- "Palliative Care and Pain Management" , Joseph Lowy, MD Clinical Associate Professor; Director, Palliative Care Service NYULMC , 7:30 AM, Center for the Study and Treatment of Pain, 240 East 38th Street, 14th Floor, North, Conference Room 14-12 - Contact Jennifer Woods-Portanova at Jennifer.Woods-Portanova@nyumc.org
  Endocrinology Grand Rounds:   Pituitary Dysfunction after TBI --- Tamara Wexler, MD, PhD Director, NYULMC Pituitary Center, Clinical Assistant Professor NYU School of Medicine New York , 8:00 AM, Coles 101 - Contact Stephanie Chiang at Stephanie.Chiang@nyumc.org
  Population Health Grand Rounds:   Causal inference: Emulating a Target Trial When a Randomized Trial Is Not Available --- Miguel Hernan, MD Kolokotrones Professor of Biostatistics and Epidemiology Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health , 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
  Immunology Club:   Intra- and extravascular immune surveillance by specialized memory T cell subsets --- Ulrich H. von Andrian, M.D., Ph.D. Mallinckrodt Professor of Immunopathology Harvard Medical School Boston , 12:00 PM, Skirball 3rd-Floor Seminar Room - Contact Jeff Blenker at 212-263-7520 or at Jeff.Blenker@med.nyu.edu
  Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology:   Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology Seminar Series --- "TBD" , Hongtao Yu, PhD Professor UT Southwestern Medical Center Department of Pharmacology HHMI Investigator, Serena S. Simmons Distinguished Chair in Cancer Immunopharmacology , 2:00 PM, Smilow 1st Floor Seminar Room - Contact Lori Fortunato at 3-9430 or at Lori.Fortunato@nyumc.org
  Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute:   PM&R RISE Event --- "Sports Dermatology" , Yelena Karbinovskaya, MD, MBS Sports Medicine Fellow NYU , 5:30 PM, ACC, 15th Floor, Resident Library - Contact Kevin Franzese at Kevin.Franzese@nyumc.org
Friday, April 28, 2017
  Cardiology:   Grand Rounds:
TBD ---
Jeffrey E. Saffitz, PhD Professor of Pathology Harvard Medical School 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:   First Year Fellows Presents Clinical Cases --- Mohamed Amin Siddiqui, MD ID Fellow New York University School of Medicine , Angelica CiFuentes, MD ID Fellow New York University School of Medicine , 7:45 AM, Skirball 3rd Floor Seminar Room - Contact Ming Chan at Ming.Chan@nyumc.org
  Skirball Seminar Series:   Skirball Seminar Series -Imaging the genome & a 300 million year old mystery --- Ting WU, PhD Director, Consortium for Space Genetics Harvard Medical School Boston, MA , 12:00 PM, Skirball Institute- 3rd Floor Seminar Room - Contact Laura Rivera at 212-263-3289 or at Laura.Rivera@nyumc.org
  Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute:   PM&R Journal Club: Spine/Pain --- "Drs. Seo, Franzese, Riley and Thomas" 12:00 PM, ACC 15-84, HJD 535, HCC-9 Conference Room - Contact Kevin Franzese at Kevin.Franzese@nyumc.org
  Neuroscience Institute:   Special Seminar: Kari Hoffman, PhD, York University, Cananda --- "Multiple roles of the primate hippocampus in visual exploration" , Kari Hoffman, PhD Professor York University Canada , 3:00 PM, Alexandria East 901 - Contact Aimee Chow at 6465014591 or at Aimee.Chow@nyumc.org

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