All Day Event
May 19-25 is Tinnitus Awareness Week. The audiologists in the Tinnitus and Hyperacusis Program in the Otolaryngology Department are encouraging everyone to obtain more awareness and education on tinnitus. Tinnitus, perception of sound in the ears or head, affects up to 50 million Americans. Tinnitus is a real condition and in most cases can be treated by properly trained health professionals. There is no reason to just “live with it.” The Tinnitus & Hyperacusis Program has several audiologists who specialize in tinnitus assessment, treatment and management. To refer a patient or obtain more information contact the audiology service directly (805-5587).
The 120th Anniversary Celebration presentation is by Mr. Bolger will be from 4-5 PM with a reception to follow. Presentation in Kerrigan, reception in Cafeteria Lobby.
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The Office of Research, Research Education, offers introductory training sessions on the eBridge System for new users who are conducting human subject research at MCW/Froedtert.
Maxence V. Nachury, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Molecular & Cellular Physiology, Stanford University School of Medicine will present “Moving Into and Inside Cilia: The Awesome Power of Diffusion” on Wednesday, May 22, 2013 at noon in the Cell Biology Conference Room, 476 BSB.
Presentation: “MRI & Mechanobiology: New Science
at the Intersection of Engineering and Medicine”
by Dr. Ehman, Professor of Radiology at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN, will focus on Magnetic Resonance Elastography,
a new imaging technology that is relevant in cancer research and other fields.
Sponsored by the Department of Physiology and the Cardiovascular Center, Guest Speaker:DAVID G. HARRISON, MD, Betty and Jack Bailey Professor of Medicine and Pharmacology Director Division of Clinical Pharmacology Director of the Center for Vascular Biology Vanderbilt School of Medicine Nashville, TN.
10th Annual Donald Tresch Memorial Lectureship "Genetic variation in cardiomyopathy" Elizabeth McNally, MD, PhD A.J. Carlson Professor of Medicine and Human Genetics Director, Institute of Cardiovascular Research Director, Cardiovascular Genetics Clinic The University of Chicago.
“Clinical and Research Informatics in Neurology: the DodoNA Project” Demetrius M. Maraganore, PhD Chairman, Department of Neurology Northshore University, Glenview, Illinois.