MGR 2013-14

MGR 2013-14


University of Virginia - Department of Medicine
Wednesday 12:00 noon - Jordan Hall Auditorium 1-5 (unless otherwise noted)

Date Speaker Topic Division

July 10, 2013
Hollins Lecture

Jaime Green, MD


My Immunity Your Immunity HHV-6 / CMV in Stem Cell Transplant

University of Minnesota

July 17

Richard Santen, MD

Emma Eggleston, MD

Mentorship: Practical Steps Toward Success

UVA Endocrinology,
Harvard Medical School & Brigham and Women’s Hospital

July 24

Frederick Hayden, MD

Emerging Respiratory Viral Threats and Global Health Security

Infectious Diseases

July 31

UVA Pain management Committee

Challenges and best practices in pain management


August 7

Robert Carey, MD

Endocrine Hypertension: Recognition and Treatment


August 14

Elizabeth Gay, MD

The Good Death in the ICU: Integrating Palliative and Critical Care

Pulmonary & Critical Care

August 21

Stephanie Call, MD, MSPH

ACP High Value Care Curriculum: Introductory Lecture

Department of Internal Medicine

Virginia Commonwealth University

August 28

Sundararaman Swaminathan, MD

Ins and Outs of Iron Transport in Health and Disease


September 4

Brad Bennett, PhD

Wilderness Medicine Case Reports

Wilderness Medical Society

September 11

Andrew Wolf, MD

Providing High Value Cost-Conscious Care: Balancing Benefits with Harms and Costs


September 18

Michael F. Rein, MD

Syphilis: New tools for an old scourge

Emeritus -UVA Infectious Diseases

September 25

Steven Passik, PhD

Substance Abuse

Millennium Laboratories

October 2

Robert D. Powers, MD, MPH

ACP High Value Care Series: How Can We Control the Cost of Care?


October 9

Magid A Halim, MD, FRCP

Infective Endocarditis

Consultant Infectious Diseases, King Faisal Specialist Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

October 16

Margaret Plews-Ogan, MD

ACP High Value Care Curriculum:
Balancing Benefits with Harms and Costs

General Medicine

October 23
Bowman Lecture

Dick Pearson, MD

The Approach to the Sick Returning International Traveler

Infectious Diseases

October 30

Chris Rembold, MD

Mediterranean Diet


November 6

Kyle Enfield, MD

ACP High Value Care Curriculum:
Lies, D*!m Lies, and the Probability of Truth - High Value Biostatistical Concepts

Pulmonary & Critical Care

November 13

Geoffrey Weiss, MD

Malignant Melanoma: A Model for the Revolution in Cancer Treatment?


November 20

Carolyn Engelhard, MPA
Rebecca Dillingham, MD

Health Coverage Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow: The Promise of the ACA

UVA Health Policy Program,

UVA Center for Global Health

November 27




December 4

George M. Hoke, MD

Doing Good by Doing Less: Eliminating Waste and Harm in Daily Practice


December 11

Vanessa Shami, MD

Recent Developments in Advanced Endoscopy; ERCP/EUS

Gastroenterology and Hepatology

December 18

John Voss, MD

ACP High Value Care Curriculum:

General Medicine

December 25




January 1, 2014




January 8

Preston Reynolds, MD

Why Care about High Value Care?

General Medicine

January 15

Rasheed Balogun, MD

Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura; Ninety to one!


January 22

Mitchell Rosner, MD

Leading the Way with Value: Transforming Health Care Delivery


January 29

John DiMarco, MD

Arrhythmias / Antiarrhythmic Drugs


February 5

Mark Newbrough, MD

PACE: Program for All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly

General Medicine

February 12

Michael Salerno

Stress CMR: Diagnostic and Prognostic Utility - Current and Future Directions


February 19

Uta Erdbrugger, MD

Biomarkers in Acute and Chronic Kidney Disease: Old and New


February 26

Borna Mehrad, MD

Aspergillus in the lung: model for host-pathogen interaction


March 5
Brodie Lecture

Fitzhugh Mullman, MD

Medical Education and the Soul of Medicine

George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services

March 12

Thomas Loughran, MD

Pathogenesis of LGL Leukemia

UVA Cancer Center

March 19

Christopher P. Holstege, MD

National Substance Abuse Trends & Current UVA Cases Encountered

Blue Ridge Poison Center; UVA

March 26
Atuk Lecture

Robert Schrier, MD



April 2




April 9

Allison McGreer, MD


Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto

April 16

John Nestler, MD


Chair Internal Medicine, VCU

April 23
Liverman Lecture

Mark Okusa, MD



April 30




May 7




May 14
Grollman Lecture

Jagat Narula, MD



May 21




May 28
Crispell Lecture

Guillermo Umpierrez, MD


Section Head, Endocrinology & Diabetes, Emory Univ

June 4




June 11

Chisara Asomughua, MD



June 18




June 25

Michael Hanley, MD



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