The SSMV is now accepting applications from 8th graders who will attend MNPS high schools. Visit our website for more information.
Applications are due on Friday, February 12 at 5:00 pm.
Topic: TEE conference
Presenter: Dr. Robert Deegan
Location: MCE-NT 5053
Topic: "Orientation to Peds"
Presenter: Dr. Elisabeth Hughes
Location: VCH 4512
Presenter: Dr. Theresa McClung
Location: 4203 VUH
Reading: Review Orientation materials, including familiarity with course web site. Get a head start on this week’s foundational readings. Chapters 2, 12, 23, 26
World Health Week - lunch lecture by Dr. David McCray, “Who’s Taking Care of the Palestinians: Health Systems Issues in Israel and Palestine”
“Who’s Taking Care of the Palestinians: Health Systems Issues in Israel and Palestine”
David McRay, MD, is a professor in the Department of Family Medicine of the University of Tennessee College of Medicine and a member of the faculty of UT-Nashville Family Medicine Residency Program in Murfreesboro, TN. Previously, he served as the Director of Maternal-Child Health in the Department of Family Medicine at John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth, Texas, where he was responsible for the advanced maternity care curriculum for the residency, oversight of the family medicine obstetrics fellowship, and participation in the global health program (with a focus on Palestine and Uganda). Prior to that, Dr. McRay served as Chief Executive Officer and Medical Director of Dayspring Family Health Center, a non-profit community health center providing comprehensive family medical care with special attention to the needs of the underserved in three rural counties in Tennessee and Kentucky. During his nineteen years of service in the Appalachian mountains of east Tennessee, Dr. McRay provided the full-spectrum of family medical care, including surgical obstetrics. Each year, he leads a one-month global health elective in Israel and Palestine for medical students and family medicine residents.
Undergraduates, graduate students, medical students, faculty, and students from other schools are all welcome. Sponsored by the VUSM Global Health Organization. Lunch provided on a first come, first served basis.
CDB Seminar Series is most Mondays at 12:15 pm in 1220 MRB III
Everyone is welcome to attend.
Monday's weekly seminars are on a cutting-edge topics in Cell or Developmental Biology, as well as Stem Cell and Epithelial Biology. Visiting speakers are invited from a variety of institutions through-out the US. The seminar takes place each Monday during the Fall and Spring semesters.
"Inflammatory Mediators Promote the Development and Progression of Metaplasia in the Stomach"
Christine Pope Petersen, Cell and Developmental Biology (Professor David M. Bader, Chair of the Ph.D. Committee)
February Journal Club “The efficacy and safety of adrenergic blockade after burn injury: A systematic review and meta-analysis”