MGR 2011-12

MGR 2011-12

MEDICAL GRAND ROUNDS
2011-12

University of Virginia - Department of Medicine
Wednesday at 12:00pm at the Old Jordan Auditorium 1-5

Date

Speaker

Topic

Division

07/12/11

McKim Aud.

Hanna Sanoff

Comparative Effectiveness as a Cancer Research Tool

Dawn Hollins Lecture Hematology/Oncology

07/19/11

McKim Aud.

Larry Borish

Approach to the Patient with Drug Allergies

Allergy and Clinical Immunology

07/26/11

Christopher Holstege

Emerging New Substances of Abuse: Bath Salts, Synthetic Cannabinoids and other Internet Acquirable Substances

Toxicology

08/02/11

Brian Annex

Future of Lower Extremity Peripheral Arterial Disease: To diagnose the undiagnosable; to treat the untreatable

Cardiology

08/09/11

Bryan Sauer

Scholars/Research Day
Grollman Lecture

Gastroenterology

08/16/11

Christopher Moore

Making Sense of Sepsis: From bench to bedside to the tropics

Infectious Disease

08/23/11

Robert Carey

Predicting the JNC-8 BP Guidelines: Will there be new targets and approaches?

Endocrinology/Metabolism

08/30/11

Borna Mehrad

Interstitial Lung Diseases:  Wound Repair Gone Awry

Pulmonary and Critical Care

09/06/11

Michael O. Thorner

Challenges of the 21st Century: Obesity, Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease

Endocrinology

09/13/11

Jonathon Truwit

Acute Kidney Injury in Patients with Acute Lung Injury: Does fluid balance impact AKI classification and associated outcomes?

Pulmonary and Critical Care

09/20/11

Mark Williams

Clinical Pearls on the Geriatric Physical Examination

Geriatrics

09/27/11

Kyle Enfield

Best Practice Series: Sepsis

Pulmonary and Critical Care

10/04/11

Ellen Keeley

Scarred Heart: Hypertensive Heart Disease as a Fibrotic Condition

Cardiology

10/11/11

Sandeep Kamath

Every Breath You Take: Telemedicine and Remote Management of Heart Failure

Cardiology

10/18/11

Neeral Shah

Bleeding and Thrombosis in Liver Disease

Gastroenterology and Hepatology

10/25/11

William Scheld

Emerging Tick Borne Pathogens

Bowman Lecture , Infectious Diseases

11/02/11

William Petri

Genetic Susceptibility to Infection

Infectious Diseases

11/09/11

Charles Brooks

Delivering Quality Improvement Through Clinical Decision-Making: The Strategy Process

Nephrology

11/16/11

Michael Williams

Mantle Cell Lymphoma: 20 Years of Progress

Hematology/Oncology

11/23/11

NO MGR

Thanksgiving

 

11/30/11

Mitchell Rosner

Acute Kidney Injury in 2011: Where are we?
Where do we need to go?
How do we get there?

Neophrology

12/07/11

No MGR

Patient Safety Grand Rounds

 

12/14/11

Patrick Northup

The Multidisciplinary Approach to Hepatocellular Carcinoma

Gastroenterology

12/21/11

No MGR

Holiday

 

12/28/11

No MGR

Holiday

 

01/04/12

Donald Kimpel

Vascular Rheumatology: The Leukocyte, the Endothelium, and the Path to Autoimmune Disease

Rheumatology

01/11/12

Gerald Donowitz

Community-Acquired and Health Care Associated Pneumonia: Principles of Care

Infectious Diseases

01/18/12

Kambiz Kalantarinia

Monitoring Renal Hemodynamics, A Crucial Component in Management of Kidney Disease

Nephrology

01/25/12

Ronald Turner

Rhinovirus: More than a Common Cold Virus

Pediatrics

02/01/12

Gail Macik

Anticoagulation: Why we do what we do

Hematology

02/08/12

Amy Mathers

Antimicrobial Stewardship: Why do We Call You?”

Infectious Diseases

02/15/12

Shu Fu

Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: Past, Present and Future

Pulmonary and Critical Care

02/22/12

Rebecca Dillingham
Katherine Schafer

Beyond Adherence: The Crisis of Engagement in the HIV Epidemic in the United States

Infectious Diseases

02/29/12

Geoffrey Chuppa

Current Concepts on the Management of Asthma

Pulmonary and Critical Care

03/07/12

Molly Cooke

Preparing the Physician of 2030 – We’re Doing It Now, Are We Doing It Right?

General Medicine

03/14/12

William Crowley, Jr.
Massachusetts General Hospital

Use of Human Disease Models to Understand the Genetic Architecture of Endocrine Disorders

Endocrinology (Dalkin)

03/21/12

David Willman, Christopher Holstege, Gregory Saathoff, Ronald Schouten (Panel discussion)

The Amerithrax Case and Lessons Learned

Emergency Medicine

03/28/12

Joseph Bonventre

Acute Kidney Injury and Repair

Phillip Liverman Lecture, Nephrology (Okusa)

04/04/12

James Bergin

A Review of the Management and Treatment of Heart Failure

Cardiology

04/11/12

Richard Guerrant

Potential Lifelong Consequences of Early Childhood Infections

Infectious Diseases

04/18/12

Margaret Plews-Ogan

Wisdom in Medicine: What Doctors Learn and How They Change in the Wake of a Medical Mistake

General Medicine, Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine

04/25/12

Art Wheeler

Treating ARDS: How a Patient  Changes Your Life

Pulmonary

05/02/12

Brian Annex

Peripheral Arterial Disease: Lessons for (and from) Human Studies Using Systems Biology

Scholars/Research Day Grollman Lecture

05/09/12

Yun Shim

State of COPD Clinical Care at the University of Virginia

Pulmonary

05/16/12

Chief Residents

TBA

 

05/23/12

Dean DeKosky

TBA

 

05/30/12

George Hoke and Brian Uthlaut

Preoperative Risk Assessment

General Medicine

06/06/12

 

 

 

06/13/12

Michael Iseman
National Jewish Health
Denver, CO

TBA

Pulmonary & Infectious Diseases

06/20/12

Clyde Yancy
Northwestern Medical

TBA

Grollman Lecture (Cardiology)

06/27/12

 

 

 

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