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General Surgery Residency

Surgical Grand Rounds and Resident Teaching Conferences

WATCH GRAND ROUNDS HERE
 

 

DECEMBER SURGICAL GRAND ROUNDS

 

 

Friday, December 5, 2014      LH 208

7 am-7:55 am  Surgical Grand Rounds 8:10 am-8:55 am  Residents Teaching Conference

 

Regional Therapy in Cancer: Knife, Drugs, or Both?

Kamran Idrees, MD

Assistant Professor of Surgery

Division of Surgical Oncology

Associate Program Director, General Surgery

Vanderbilt University Medical Center

 

 

 

PGY 1-5:

 

Resident Town Hall Meeting

 

ML Meeting Following Town Hall

Friday, December 12, 2014  6:30 am  ~  LANGFORD AUDITORIUM

6:30 am-7:55 am  Surgical Grand Rounds 8:10 am-8:55 am  Residents Teaching Conference

MPMMIC

6:30am

Langford Auditorium

 

Pain Management and

 

Post-Operative Respiratory Failure

 

PGY-1: LH 208--Thyroid Nodules

  Ricky Shinall, MD

PGY-2, 3: LH 437---Endocrine CC

  Naira Baregamian, MD

PGY-4, 5,  & Lab: LH 439---Benign Pancreas

  Alex Parikh, MD    

Friday, December 19, 2014  LH 208   NO GRAND ROUNDS--RESIDENT SKILLS LABS

7 am-8:55 am  Surgical Grand Rounds 7 am-8:55 am  Residents Teaching Conference

NO Grand Rounds

RESIDENT SKILLS LABS

 

PGY 1: Light Lab

PGY 2-3: CELA

PGY-4, 5, & Lab: LH 439 Malignant Pancreas / Neuroendocrine Tumors

   Kamran Idrees, MD

Friday, December 26, 2014    ~  NO GRAND ROUNDS

NO GRAND ROUNDS

NO Resident Teaching Conference

                                                          

Happy Holidays!!

 

Grand Rounds / RTC will resume January 9

 

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