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February 6, 2013

Group Event Location Contact Description
8:00 am - -- General Medical Pediatric Grand Rounds CWPW Conf Center, 1st Floor, Children's Hospital
Dept of Pediatrics
914-594-4281
"Self-repair after traumatic brain injury" Steven Kernie MD, Dir, Peds Critical Care Medicine; Assoc Prof of Peds, Pathology & Cell Biology, Columbia Univ College of Physicians and Surgeons, Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital, NY, NY
8:00 am - -- General Medical Gastroenterology Seminar SHSP - Room 102
Dept of Medicine-Div Gastroenterology Seminar
914-594-3415
"Cirrhotic Cardiomyopathy" Gregg M. Lanier, M.D., Director of Heart Failure and Pulmonary Hypertension, Westchester Medical Center; Case Presentation: "A case of complications from celiac disease" Dr. Chau Che
11:00 am - -- Basic Medical Pharmacology Seminar BSB - Pharmacology Conf Room 511
Dept of Pharmacology
914-594-4076
"Fatty Acids: A New Class of Vasodilators and Neurotransmitters" Hung Wen (Kevin) Lin, Ph.D., Research Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology, Miller School of Medicine, University of Miami
12:00 pm - -- General Medical Medicine Grand Rounds CWPW Conf Room, Main Floor, Children's Hospital
Dept of Medicine
914-493-8373
"Medical Illness and Musical Creativity" Stephen Moshman, M.D., FACP, Professor of Clinical Medicine, New York Medical College; Deputy Director, Internal Medicine Residency Program, Westchester Medical Center
2:00 pm - -- Basic Medical Cell Biology & Anatomy Seminar BSB - Conf Room 210
Dept of Cell Biology & Anatomy
914-594-4025
"Genetic Modeling of Acquired Brain Disease" Steven G Kernie MD Dir, Peds Critical Care Medicine; Assoc Prof, Peds and Pathology & Cell Biology, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital
6:30 pm - -- Club Events AMSA Global Health Speaker Mod 201
American Medical Student Association
samuel_zuber@nymc.edu
AMSA Global Health Speaker: Guy Seeman will discuss his time directing Israel's development operations as well as his time directing strategies to improve health care (as well as agriculture and education) in Haiti.