Come join us for this month's Schwartz Center Rounds for Compassionate Care, entitled "Fostering compassion and sensitivity across the gender spectrum." Panelists will discuss personal experiences, followed by a lively discussion. This session is eligible for CME, Nurse CE, and Social Work CEU. Lunch is available.
The NEC Symposium will convene some of the most committed NEC stakeholders from around the world to focus on the meeting’s theme of “Breaking Down the Barriers of NEC Prevention and Treatment.” The NEC Symposium will provide the setting for discovery, collaboration, and sustained partnerships on research. The keynote speakers and diverse faculty have been carefully chosen to highlight the field’s vision and long-term strategies. We are dedicated to improving outcomes for an extraordinarily vulnerable population. The children who are at risk of NEC were born early – too young to breathe, nurse and regulate their body temperature. The NEC…
The next Immunology Research Seminar will be next Wednesday, Feb. 20 at 12 noon in 3330 Med Sci I. The presenter will be 4th year graduate student Blake Heath from Yu Leo Lei’s lab who will present his research in progress, “Investigating STING-mediated Type I Interferons in Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma Pathology”.
• Describe and identify what is or is not a stroke. • Comprehend a patients care from the activation of 911 to hospital care. • Appropriate management and treatment options for patients based on the type of stroke and how it was discovered. • Understanding of rehabilitation options and care plans for patients post emergent treatment. COMPLETE AGENDA at metrohealth.net/stroke
The next Immunology Research Seminar will be next Wednesday, Feb. 13 at 12 noon in 3330 Med Sci I. The presenter will be 4th year graduate student Mike Haggadone from Marc Peters-Golden’s lab who will present his research in progress, “Influences of the Unique Lung Microenvironment on Alveolar Macrophage-Derived Extracellular Vesicles: Mechanistic Insights into Protein Cargo Packaging and Vesicle Stability”.
“Democratizing Scientific Knowledge- Open access and preprint in advancing your career and improving science’s publishing power” Presented by Kanagaraj Palsamy, PhD, ASAPbio Ambassador, University of Michigan Date: 13th Feb, 2019 Time: 12 PM Location: North Lecture Hall, MedSci II Lunch Provided! https://mailchi.mp/11d6b2cdad77/join-us-tomorrow-september-11th-for-a-seminar-on-3d-cultures-230907?e=c3a4194547 ASAPbio in collaboration with the UMPDA invites all students, postdocs and faculty to learn more about and discuss the benefits of the Open Access publication and Preprint in biology. Publication is a way to communicate new findings with the scientific world to advance research and discovery and to share knowledge for human advantage. Current publication system and journal…
Dr. Buchbinder from UNC & Dr. Toffler from Portland Oregon - “Debate on Physician Assisted Suicide” Monday, March 25 Noon-1 p.m. Medical Science Building II – West Lecture Hall RSVP to email@example.com by March 18 for lunch
"Finding Purpose & Peace in Chaos - Dr. Conor Lucas-Roberts Event will be in West Lecture Hall RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 28
The MNORC symposium provides a forum for intellectual exchange on topics related to obesity, nutrition and metabolomics among established investigators, junior faculty, students and other researchers at the University and surrounding area. Registration and abstract/poster submission due March 1, 2019 https://medicine.umich.edu/mnorc