Pediatric Anesthesiology Fellows and Pediatric Anesthesiology Faculty
Art of Anesthesia is an open forum designed to facilitate attending-to-fellow interaction and is primarily driven by brief case presentations performed by the fellows. The focus is upon reasoned discussion of clinical decision-making processes and consideration of alternative approaches to dilemmas in pediatric anesthetic management. This process is designed to address the domain of professionalism and critical thinking as part of graduate medical education.
Cardiothoracic Conference Review
Session: TEE Conference
Moderator: Dr. Robert Deegan
Location: MCE – NT 5053
Time: 6:15 – 7:00 am
Dr. Clemmons and Dr. Zeigler
"Headache-differential/wet tap/prevention/mgmt. of spinal HA"
Instructor-Dr. Michael Richardson
"Modeling Macular Degeneration Using Quantiative Phenotypes"
Joshua Hoffman, Human Genetics (Professor Chun Li, Chair of the Dissertation Committee)
"The Role of Cortactin in Endolysosomal Compartment Regulation"
Nan hyung Hong, Cancer Biology (Professor Vito Quaranta, Chair of the Ph.D. Committee)
Take Your Career at Vanderbilt to the Next Level!
The Vanderbilt Program in Research Administration Development (VPRAD) Level 1 is recruiting candidates for its 19th cohort, which begins in April 2015.
VPRAD is a short-term (three months), intensive educational experience for staff members who want to learn more about the Vanderbilt Research Enterprise. Level 1 is designed for folks who have some experience in an aspect of research-related administration, but who would like to learn more about the research enterprise and how everything is connected.
VPRAD includes a broad-based curriculum that is intended to introduce concepts and terms within research administration, rather than anin-depth exploration regarding any particular area. Topics include support and compliance in the research enterprise and elements of both pre- and post-award for grants and contracts.
Program Elements Include:
There is a one-time $125 fee to attend the VPRAD Level 1 Program. This is payable via 1180 or JE from your department.
The application deadline for our upcoming cohort is Friday March 13, 2015. Apply online here. Completing this application should take approximately 30 minutes. You may save a partial or incomplete application and return later to complete it (go to the bottom of this screen for this option). NOTE: Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. Once the application deadline has ended, the VPRAD selection committee will meet to select Cohort 19.Invitations will be sent to accepted participants by Monday, March 23, 2015.
"Analyzing the Mechanisms of LMO2-Induced T-Cell Leukemia and the Functional Dissection of the Role of the LMO2 Target HHEX in Adult Hematopoiesis"
Charnise Goodings, Cancer Biology (Professor Stephen J. Brandt, Chair of the Ph.D. Committee)
It’s an exhilarating, effective, easy-to-follow, Latin-inspired, calorie-burning dance fitness-party™ that’s moving millions of people toward joy and health.
This med-paced step aerobics class offers more basic choreography and dance patterns yet is challenging and allows you to add our own advanced modifications for additional a greater cardiovascular workout (basic/int Levels)
Open mic comedy night at Barnes and Noble at Vanderbilt. Bring four minutes of jokes, musical comedy, sketch comedy, improv, anything you want to try out in front of an audience to get some laughs. Show starts at 7pm. Sign up in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Free show! Hosted by Comedian Paulina Combow