MGR 2010-11

MGR 2010-11

MEDICAL GRAND ROUNDS
2010-11

University of Virginia - Department of Medicine
Tuesday 8:00-9:00 AM - Jordan Hall Auditorium (unless otherwise noted)

Date

Speaker

Topic

Division

07/06/10

Brian Wispelwey

HIV in the Elderly

Infectious Disease

07/13/10

Old Jordan 1-5

Robert Strieter

Translational Research at UVA Related to Idiopathic Interstitial Pneumonias

Pulmonary and Critical Care

07/20/10

Old Jordan 1-5

William Brady

A Phased Approach to Cardiac Arrest Resuscitation

Emergency Medicine

07/27/10

Richard Riedel

Soft Tissue Sarcomas: Making Advances in a Rare Disease

Dawn Hollins Memorial Lecture   Duke University - DOM

08/03/10

Michael Rein

Syphilis: It’s Back

Infectious Disease

08/10/10

Old Jordan 1-5

Ajeet Vinayak

Determinants of Cardiac Output: the difference between preload and preload responsiveness

Pulmonary and Critical Care

08/17/10

Old Jordan 1-5

Sheila Crowe

Celiac Disease

Gastroenterology

08/24/10

Old Jordan 1-5

Mark Okusa

Acute Kidney Injury

Pulmonary and Critical Care

08/31/10

Old Jordan 1-5

Jamie Bourque

Cardiac PET at UVA: Exciting Advances in Stress and Viability Testing

Cardiology

09/07/10

Old Jordan 1-5

Cynthia Brown

Pulmonary Medicine

Pulmonary and Critical Care

09/14/10

Old Jordan 1-5

Kenneth Saag

Rheumatology

Rheumatology University of Alabama,  Rheumatology

09/21/10

Old Jordan 1-5

Mark Donowitz

Translational Research in Gastroenterology

Gastroenterology
John Hopkins - DOM

09/28/10

Old Jordan 1-5

Larry Borish

Adult Onset Primary Immune Deficiencies

Asthma/Allergy

10/05/10

Old Jordan 1-5

George Vetrovec

Cardiology

Cardiology VCU, DOM

10/12/10

Old Jordan 1-5

Rasheed Balogun & Stephen Caldwell

Extracorporeal Liver Support: Then and Now; Here and There

Gastroenterology/Nephrology

10/19/10

Old Jordan 1-5

Rebecca Dillingham

Haiti

Bowman Lecture
Infectious Disease

10/26/10

Old Jordan 1-5

Marc Pohl

Resistant Hypertension

Cleveland Clinic
Nephrology

11/02/10

Mary Laughlin

Innovations in
Acute Leukemia Therapy

Hematology/Oncology

11/09/10

Old Jordan 1-5

Kenneth Bilchick

Inherited Arrhythmia Syndromes: Long QT, Brugada, and Beyond

Cardiology

11/16/10

John Marshall

The Etiology of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Endocrinology

11/23/10

NO  MGR

THANKSGIVING

 

11/30/10

Preston Reynolds

Professionalism in Medicine, 1987-2010: In the Eye of the Storm with the Eyes of a Physician

General Medicine

12/07/10

Andrew Y. Wang

Approach to the Diagnosis and Management of Severe Acute Pancreatitis

Gastroenterology/Luminal

12/14/10

NO MGR

 

 

12/21/10

NO MGR

CHRISTMAS

 

12/28/10

NO MGR

NEW YEAR

 

01/04/11

NO MGR

 

 

01/11/11

John Voss

Quality Improvement: The Department of Medicine 2011

General Medicine/Geriatrics and Palliative

01/18/11

Daniel Becker

When Good Intentions Fail: Unexpected Outcomes, Unhappy Families

General Medicine

01/25/11

Alan Dalkin

New Treatments in Osteoporosis

Endocrinology

02/01/11

Josh Barclay

The cost of caring: Financial issues in palliative care

General Medicine/Palliative

02/08/11

Angela Taylor

Female Coronary Disease

Cardiology, UVA

02/15/11

Christopher Karp

Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Allergenicity

Univ. of Cincinnati 
Infectious Disease

02/22/11

Abdullah Al-Osaimi

Novel Therapeutic Strategies for Hepatitis C

Gastroenterology and Hepatology

03/01/11

Michael Salerno

Cardiac CTA and the PROMISE Trial

Cardiology, UVA, Research

03/08/11

William Young

Adrenal Incidentaloma

Kenneth R. Crispell Lectureship 
Endocrinology

03/15/11

Christopher Wilcox

Why Do Hypertensive Kidneys Fail?

Division Chief of Nephrology, Georgetown (Atuk Lectureship), Nephrology

03/22/11

Sean C. Kumer, MD, PhD

Updates in Liver Transplants

Transplant Surgery

03/29/11

Thao Dang

Lung Cancer

Pulmonary

04/05/11

Asghar Rastegar

Global Health Nephrology

OSH Nephrology at Yale Nephrology

04/12/11

Kenneth D. Burman

Hyperthyroidism: Clinical Aspects, Treatments, and Recent Guidelines

Dunn Lecture, Endocrinology, Washington Hospital Center

04/19/11

Daniel Kleiner

Gastric Bypass Surgery

General Surgery

04/26/11
Old Jordan 1-5

John Angle

Interventional Radiology: Interventions for DVT and PE

Radiology

05/02/11

Monday

Gilbert R. Upchurch, Jr

Novel Advances in Treatment of Aortic Aneurysm

Vascular Surgery
SCHOLAR'S DAY

05/10/11

McKim Auditorium

Mitchell Rosner

Where Does the Salt Go?: Exchangeable sodium and its role in hyponatremia and hypertension

Nephrology

05/17/11

PHOTO Day
Old Med School

IM Chief Residents

Death Breakfast: The History and Future of Morbidity and Mortality Analysis at the University of Virginia

Internal Medicine Chiefs' Discussion

05/24/11

Michael Simons

Vasculature - A Master Regulator of Organ Function

Grollman Lecture
Yale University, Cardiology

05/31/11

Jeff Young

Assessing and Creating Quality Care

Surgery, UVA

06/07/11

Rick Boland

Diagnosis and Management of Lynch Syndrome

16th Annual Respess Lecture
Baylor Univ MC, Dallas, TX 
Gastroenterology, UVA

06/14/11

Upinder Singh

TBA

Stanford U., CA - Infectious Disease, Infectious Disease, UVA

06/21/11

John Dent

Patient Safety

Cardiovascular Medicine, UVA

06/28/11

Traci Hedrick

Surgical Treatment of Infectious Colitis

Colorectal Surgery, UVA

The University of Virginia School of Medicine is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The University of Virginia School of Medicine designates this educational activity for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA  Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

The University of Virginia School of Medicine awards 0.1 CEU per contact hour to each non-physician participant who successfully completes this educational activity. The CEU (Continuing Education Unit) is a nationally recognized unit of measure for continuing education and training activities that meet specific educational planning requirements. The University of Virginia School of Medicine maintains a permanent record of participants who have been awarded CEUs.