All Day Event
On the weekend of November 30-December 1, MCW-IS will be performing a major IT upgrade and associated maintenance work for key applications and systems of the Medical College of Wisconsin. This upgrade is intended to ensure the quality, reliability and processing speed of our systems as we also create room for expansion of our technology footprint to support the College’s missions. In order to implement the upgrades and maintenance that will be required, we will be shutting down nearly all of our applications and systems for the weekend of November 30-December 1, including:
• Email (Outlook and OWA mail) on and off campus
• All phones, including all voicemail access. Only emergency “Centrex” phones will operate during this upgrade.
• Remote access through Citrix or VPN - As part of this upgrade, remote access via MCW Citrix will be unavailable to multiple applications, including Epic, for most of the weekend. Remote access to Epic will be available via Froedtert Health Citrix. Any physicians who are scheduled to be on-call during the upgrade weekend should arrange for Citrix remote access via the Froedtert Health IT Service Desk (805-2101) as soon as possible.
• All services hosted on the network including but not limited to: Oracle, IDX, ASYS, Atrium and SharePoint.
• eBridge. The entire application system will be unavailable including IRB, IACUC, Researcher’s Profile and Grants and Contract modules
• Student resources including Oasis, EASI and Activity Transcript, ANGEL, D2L, Virtual Microscope, eJournal List, Medline, and the MCW CAT Library catalog will be unavailable.
• Internet access on campus and all access to www.mcw.edu and InfoScope this includes all MCW hosted websites • Network Storage and Drive Access (including G: and H: drives)
• Networked Printer and Fax Services A more specific list of systems and applications that will be impacted, as well as a user preparation guide and FAQ, will be published on InfoScope. We are asking all faculty and staff for your cooperation in planning ahead for important deadlines to ensure that nothing is missed.
Please direct questions through the MCW-IS Service Desk at email@example.com 414-955-4357 #8. Thank you for your cooperation and patience with this upgrade process.
Anesthesia Case Conference “Coagulation Management During Cardiac Surgery” presented by Dr. Mate Petricevic; Visiting Clinician Scientist University of Zagreb School of Medicine, University Hospital Center Zagreb Cardiac Surgery Department, Zagreb, Croatia.
“Global Burden of Injury” presented by Dr. Stephen Hargarten, Professor and Chair, Emergency Medicine; Associate Dean for Global Health
Davians ClubMed MCW.
Global Health Organization (GHO) “Engineers Without Borders Advance Global Health” presented by Dr. Douglas Stahl, PE,PS; Milwaukee School of engineering and Wisconsin Engineers Without Borders.
"The Past, Present, and Future of HIV Prevention Research and Practice” presented by Dr. Jeff Kelly, Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine and Director, CAIR Center for AIDS Intervention Research.
“Faculty’s Partnerships to Advance Health in India”
Various MCW Faculty will present their current partnership efforts in India.
Cardiology/Cardiac Surgery/Anesthesia/ICU combined Research Focus Conference
“Hemostatic Function Tests in Cardiac Surgery”
Dr. Mate Petricevic; Visiting Clinician Scientist University of Zagreb School of Medicine, University Hospital Center Zagreb Cardiac Surgery Department, Zagreb, Croatia
Bake Sale in the Cafeteria Lobby 8 - 4pm
"Hemolytic Anemia as an Intrinsic Mechanism of Disease: From Pulmonary Hypertension of the Transfusion of Stored Blood" presented by Mark T. Gladwin, MD
Division Chief, Pulmonary, Allergy and Critical Care Medicine University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Director, Vascular Medicine Institute
of the University of Pittsburgh
Mark T. Gladwin, MD, will present "Hemolytic anemia as an intrinsic mechanism of disease: From pulmonary hypertension to the transfusion of stored blood."
Dr. Gladwin is the Division Chief of Pulmonary, Allergy and Critical Care Medicine and the
Director of the Vascular Medicine Institute at the
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.
Office of Faculty Affairs and Diversity Global Health Quiz Bowl
Teams of 1-5 people will compete simultaneously to answer global health-themed questions.
Human and Molecular Genetics Center “Exporting Clinical Sequencing to International Sites” presented by Dr. Howard J. Jacob, Founding Director, Personalized Medicine Program and Human and Molecular Genetics Center; Warren P. Knowles Chair of Genetics, Professor, Physiology & Pediatrics
Guest Lecturer Dr. Susan R. Cordes, Associate Professor of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery at Indiana University is presenting "The Indiana-Kenya AMPATH Partnership".
Timothy S. Wells, MD
Department of Ophthalmology
Medical College of Wisconsin
Grand Rounds Educational Objective
The educational format for Grand Rounds consists of a didactic lecture followed by clinical case presentations. Participants will obtain updated information on a variety of ocular disorders and improved understanding of modern approaches to ocular disease. This activity is designed for community eye care providers, full-time faculty, residents, and fellow ophthalmologists.
The Medical College of Wisconsin is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Designation of Credit Statement
The Medical College of Wisconsin designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
This live activity is also designated for a maximum of 1.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™ by The Optometry Board of the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services.
Continental Breakfast will be served
Otolaryngology Resident Teaching Conference
“Otolaryngology Journal Club on Current Global Health Topics”
Dr. Susan Cordes; Associate Professor Otolaryngology, Indiana University School of Medicine
"Bile Metabolism and Lithogenesis"
Kathleen M. O'Connell, MD
MCW General Surgery Resident
"The Evolution of Axillary Lymph Node Dissection in Breast Cancer Management"
Caitlin R. Patten, MD
MCW General Surgery Resident
Dermatology Resident Case Conference “Dermatology in Vietnam” Dr. Lauren Good, PGY-4 .
Dr. Megan Foeller, PGY-3 Obstetrics and Gynecology “Obstetrical Care and Traditional Birthing Attendants: Experiences from Rural Haiti that we can Learn” Froedtert Hospital, Dean Roe Auditorium.
Rashmi Sood, Ph.D. Investigator, Children’s Research Institute Assistant Professor of Pathology and Cell Biology, Neurobiology, and Anatomy MCW presents: "Of Mice and Women: Blood Coagulation in the Placenta".
Students' Global Health Organization Fundraiser for Pan-African Community Association, support for local refugee Families, Chili & Cornbread.
Noon-1pm Students’ Wilderness Medicine Organization "Hajj in Saudi Arabia, Overview and Medical Challenges" Dr. Khalid Ateyyah; MCW Emergency Medicine EMS Fellow.
The Center for Imaging Research Lunch-and-Learn Series is focusing on the NeuroImage Volume 80 manuscripts this year.
Doug Schultz will present Manuscript No 80(15) “Function in the human connectome: Task-fMRI and individual differences in behavior."
Mr. Schultz is a doctoral student in the Helmstetter lab in the Department of Psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Pizza will be served.
Center for Bioethics and Medical Humanities and Department of Pediatrics Global Health Program “Ethics of Doing Short Term Electives” Seminar for Medical Students, Residents, and Fellows Drs. Tom May and Jacquelyn Kuzminski.
Pediatric Urology Case Conference “Complicated Urology Cases from Africa” Dr. Charles Durkee; Associate Professor Urology (Pediatrics), Interim CEO of Children’s Specialty Group.
"Clinical Outcomes Conference" by Plastic Surgery Residents
Ophthalmology Resident Lecture Series “Fighting Global Blindness with Manual Small Incision Cataract Surgery” Dr. Geoff Wilkes, Assistant Professor Ophthalmology.
Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds
“Establishing and sustaining an overseas surgical mission: 28 year experience with The Milwaukee Medical Mission” presented by Drs. James Sanger, Hani Matloub, Arlen Denny and William Dzwierzynski; Professors of Plastic Surgery.
Cardiology Grand Rounds “Stroke Prevention in Atrial Fibrillation – Beyond Warfarin” Dr. Dalip Singh; Assistant Professor Medicine (Cardiology).
"Stroke Prevention in Atrial Fibrillation - Beyond Warfarin" by Dr Dalip Singh from the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Emergency Medicine Grand Rounds “EMS and emergency care in Thailand and Singapore” Drs. Montinee Sangtian and Michael Chia; Department of Emergency Medicine International EMS Fellows.
State of Wisconsin Refugee Program and Milwaukee Area Refugee Consortium (MARC) Round table Discussion on “Milwaukee Refugee Health Issues” Dr. Martin Cetron; Director Division of Global Migration and Quarantine Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Captain U.S. Public Health Service.
"Do HIV-Infected Patients Make Old Bones? Evaluating Fracture Risk in HIV-Infected Patients" Roger Bedimo, MD, MS, FACP
Associate Professor of Medicine
Chief, Infectious Disease Section, VA North Texas Health Care System.
Global Health Pathway Core Session “Emerging Infectious Diseases: Tales from the Crypt” Dr. Martin Cetron; Director Global Migration and Quarantine Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Office of Student Affairs and Diversity Documentary Film and Discussion: “American Heart” Documenting the lives of refugees as they try to navigate the health care system.
Anesthesia Grand Rounds “Case presentation - complications and issues involved in patient care in India” Dr. Susan Taylor; Professor Anesthesiology.
UROLOGY GRAND ROUNDS December 6, 2013 7:30AM “Medical Management of Prostate Cancer: A Review of Treatments Today and What the Future May Bring” Kathryn Bylow, MD Assistant Professor, Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Hematology and Oncology MATOUSEK AUDITORIUM VA MEDICAL CENTER 5000 W. National Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53295 Who should attend: Urology Faculty, Residents, Allied Healthcare Providers, and Community Physicians The Medical College of Wisconsin is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The Medical College of Wisconsin designates this Live activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity. The Medical College of Wisconsin designates this activity for up to 1.0 contact hours of continuing education for allied health professionals. Supported by the Department of Urology Kathryn Bylow, MD has disclosed that she has no commercial interests.
Neurology Grand Rounds provides a varied program that offers clinical and basic research updates in Neurology with respect to diagnosis and management of Neurological disorders and advances in Neuroscience.
Grand Rounds plays an important role in resident and medical student education. This is a principal form for both intra and interdepartmental education and collaboration regarding advances in clinical and basic neurosciences.
Grand Rounds also places a special emphasis on opportunities for our senior residents and fellows to present research or special projects completed prior to graduation.
Grand Rounds is an opportunity for interviewing faculty to present their expertise in the latest research or updates on Neurological disease.
"Inpatient Hand-offs: Local Issues and Ongoing Improvement" presented by Kathlyn E. Fletcher, MD, MA, Associate Professor of Medicine, Division of General Internal Medicine, Medical College of Wisconsin; Associate Program Director for Research Scholarship, Internal Medicine Residency Program; Director, QUeST Quality and Safety Research Program
Neurology Grand Rounds “Genetics and Genomics in Neurology” Dr. Gunter Scharer; Associate Professor Pediatrics (Genomics) and Alison La Pean Kirschner, MS, CGC; Genetic Counselor.
Pediatrics Grand Rounds “BioMosaic Demography Migration and Health in a Globalized World” presented by Dr. Martin Cetron, Director of the Division of Global Migration and Quarantine, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Captain, U.S. Public Health Service
Amir Shmuel, PhD Associate Professor, Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery, McGill University will present “Neurophysiological mechanisms of spontaneous fluctuations in hemodynamic signals”.
Pathology Grand Rounds – Dr. Jessica Colon-Franco; Assistant Professor Pathology – “The Latin American Working Group, a committee of the American Association for Clinical Chemistry” – Dr. Amrou Abdelkader; Observer – “The Egypt Health Care System: Past and Future” – Dr. Indu Agarwal; Observer – “Healthcare in India”.
Venkatesh Sampath, MBBS Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics/Neonatology MCW Presenting at the CRI Research Conference " NADPH Oxidase Regulates TLR Signaling in the Pulmonary Endothelium".
Presented by: Dr. Jennifer Le-Rademacher, PhD, Assistant Professor, Division of Biostatistics, Medical College of Wisconsin
Abstract: In longitudinal studies, subjects are followed for a period of time and outcomes along with other characteristics for each subject are measured at multiple pre-specified time points. Unlike data collected from cross-sectional studies where outcomes and other characteristics are measured at only one time point for each subject, data collected from longitudinal studies allow investigators to study changes in response over time. However, designing and analyzing longitudinal studies require careful considerations. Two major issues that arise in longitudinal studies are the correlation between measurements from the same subject and potential missing data due to loss of follow-up. In this talk, we will introduce common statistical analysis methods that account for the correlation structure of longitudinal data. We will also introduce missing data mechanism and approaches to address this important issue.
CME credit is available for those who qualify.
No RSVP required for this event.
“Research Rehabilitation: Radical Strategies to Change the World” Presented by: Andrew J. Haig, MD Professor Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation University of Michigan Health System.