February 12, 2014 ( Wednesday )


Grand Rounds
7:00am - 8:00am
CARDIOLOGY GRAND ROUNDS

TITLE:Bleeding and Clotting in VAD Patients: What's Going On? SPEAKER: Jeffrey Alexis, MD, Associate Professor, Division Cardiology

Learning Objectives: Identify risk factors for bleeding in VAD patients, understand clinical signs and symptoms suggestive of VAD thrombosis, understand treatment options for VAD thrombosis.

Direct questions to Michelle Snyder 585.275.4290

Location:  K-207

Posted by:  Michelle Snyder, Cardiology, 23-Jan-14 4:00pm ET


Grand Rounds
8:00am - 9:00am
PEDIATRIC GRAND ROUNDS

TBA

Location:  Whipple Auditorium (2-6424)

Posted by:  Michelle Crary, Pediatrics, 29-Aug-13 10:54am ET


Grand Rounds
8:00am - 9:00am
GERIATRIC MEDICINE GRAND ROUNDS

TITLE: Infection Control for Multi-Drug Resistant Organisms in Nursing Homes: A Lean Six Sigma Approach

SPEAKERS: Suzanne Gillespie, MD, Annette Medina-Walpole, MD, Erin Brooks, PA-C


All are invited to attend; registration is not necessary. This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit.

Any questions, contact Judy Hazelden at (585)760-6352.

Location:  Monroe Community Hospital, Main Floor, Auditorium A

Posted by:  Judy Hazelden, MCH, 9-Jan-14 10:44am ET


Research Meetings
4:00pm - 5:00pm
Aab CVRI Semimar Series

SPEAKER: Ondine Cleaver, Ph.D. Associate Professor Department of Molecular Biology UT Southwestern Medical Center Dallas, TX

TITLE OF TALK: "Extrinsic and intrinsic forces at work during early blood vessel morphogenesis"

Research Interests: Molecular mechanisms of cell fate specification during blood vessel development and organogenesis More specifically, the focus of our research is the developing vascular endothelium. We want to answer the questions: how do tissues direct blood vessel patterning via angiogenic factors and, how does the endothelium, in turn, influence embryonic cell differentiation? Our hypothesis is that reciprocal signals underlie the coordinated growth of blood vessels and morphogenesis of organs, and that mutual signaling forms the basis for interdependent physiological relationships that last into adulthood. Understanding this endothelium-tissue crosstalk will be the focus of our research.

Location:  CVRI Conf. Room A105 - 211 Bailey Road, W. Henrietta, NY

Posted by:  Jacqueline Velazquez, Cardiovascular Research Institute, 7-Feb-14 1:28pm ET

 
 
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