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December 14 - December 20

Winter Clothing Donation for Kids Matter Nov. 26-Dec. 17

11-26-20148:00 AM  - 5:00 PM

Academic Affairs is collecting winter clothing donations for Kids Matter. Items include new warm hats, mittens, scarves, coats and snow pants for newborns to teens. Collection boxes are located at the Academic Affairs Welcome Center and STAR Center, M2870.

Cardiology EP Conference "EKG Conference" Dec. 15

12-15-20147:00 AM  - 8:00 AM

EKG Conference; Dr. Berger

Biostatistics Dissertation Proposal Presentation "Modeling the Transition Probabilities..." Dec. 15

12-15-20143:00 PM  - 4:00 PM

"Modeling the Transition Probabilities in Multi-State Models Using Adaptive Inverse Probability Censoring Weighting (IPCW) Technique" presented by Ying Zhang, PhD Candidate.

Graduate Student Association Toy Drive Dec. 16-19

12-16-201410:00 AM  - 10:00 AM

Annual Graduate Student Toy Drive for Children's Hospital.

Physiology Dissertation Defense "Characterization of Genes Found in Human Hypertension Genome-Wide Association Studies" Dec. 16

12-16-201412:00 PM  - 1:00 PM

Dissertation Defense by Brad Endres, Graduate Student, Geurts Lab, Department of Physiology, "Characterization of Genes Found in Human Hypertension Genome-Wide Association Studies"

MCW Grants and Contracts (GCO) Information Session - You Ask, We Answer "Common Reasons Why FPs are Returned for Changes" Dec. 16

12-16-20143:00 PM  - 4:00 PM

"Common Reasons Why FPs are Returned for Changes" Learn how to avoid common errors that require Funding Proposals (FPs) be sent back for changes by the GCO.

Cardiology Cath Conference "SYNTAX and STS Scores: For every case?" Dec. 17

12-17-20147:00 AM  - 8:00 AM

SYNTAX and STS Scores: For every case? Presented by Dr Ashine and Dr Dygert

Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine Grand Rounds "Imaging of Memory" Dec. 17

12-17-20148:00 AM  - 9:00 AM

"Imaging of Memory" Piero Antuono, MD, Professor of Neurology and Biophysics, Memory Clinics and Research Center, Department of Neurology, Medical College of Wisconsin.

Physiology Seminar "Drp1 and Fis1 Cooperate in Mitochondrial Fission: Convergence of Evolution and Intelligent Design" Dec. 17

12-17-20148:30 AM  - 9:30 AM

"Drp1 and Fis1 Cooperate in Mitochondrial Fission: Convergence of Evolution and Intelligent Design" presented by Blake Hill, PhD, Professor, Department of Biochemistry, MCW

Radiology Seminar in Imaging Advances and Research "Correlating Cancer Imaging to Histology" Dec. 18

12-18-201411:00 AM  - 12:00 PM

"Correlating Cancer Imaging to Histology" by Peter LaViolette, PhD Assistant Professor Section of Imaging Research Division of Imaging Sciences

NRC Seminar "Visceral Pain and Hypersensitivity: Communications from the Interior" Dec. 18

12-18-20144:00 PM  - 5:00 PM

G. F. Gebhart, PhD, Professor and Director of the Center for Pain Research at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center presents, "Visceral Pain and Hypersensitivity: Communications from the Interior."

Medicine Grand Rounds "Let’s Not Waste a Good Crisis: A 'New' Perspective on the Future of Academic Medicine" Dec. 19

12-19-20148:00 AM  - 9:00 AM

"Let’s Not Waste a Good Crisis: A 'New' Perspective on the Future of Academic Medicine" by Brad Schwartz, MD, Chief Executive Officer, Morgridge Institute for Research; Professor, Department of Biomolecular Chemistry; Professor, Department of Medicine, Section of Hematology-Oncology, University of WI, Madison

CRI Research Institute "Toward Human Tissue Models Via Human Tissue Assembly" Dec. 19

12-19-201412:00 PM  - 1:00 PM

William L. Murphy, PhD, Harvey D. Spangler Professor, Biomedical Engineering and Orthopedics; Co-Director, Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine, University of WI-Madison, presents "Toward Human Tissue Models Via Human Tissue Assembly."