This introductory session focuses on completing and submitting human research project applications, amendments, continuing progress reports and reportable events through eBridge. The audience is MCW’s research community who are familiar with eBridge, but who want to fully understand the SmartForm and Workflow process. It is open to all Principal Investigators and their project team members. To attend a session, please complete the Registration Form. If there are no registrations 24 hours prior to a scheduled session, the session will not be held.
"DSM 5: Diagnostic Changes, Rationale, and Implications Part 2"
Travis Fisher, MD
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine
“Sensory Biology: Photoreceptors, Clocks & Cilia” A Symposium in Honor of Joe Besharse Wednesday, April 16, 2014 Alumni Center 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM 8:30 AM - Breakfast 8:45 AM - Welcome: John Raymond, Sr., MD, President 9:00 AM - Introduction to Symposium: Stephen Duncan, DPhil 9:15 AM - Introduction to Benjamin Lecture: Joe Besharse, PhD 9:30 AM -Hiram Benjamin Lecture in Cell Biology & Anatomy P. Michael Iuvone, PhD Sylvia Montag Ferst & Frank W Ferst Professor of Ophthalmology Emory University School of Medicine “Dopamine, Circadian Clocks & Retinal Function” 10:30 AM - Carla Green, PhD - UT Southwestern Medical Center “Control of Circadian Rhythms by Post-transcriptional Regulatory Mechanisms” 11:30 AM - Sheila Baker, PhD - University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine “The Role of Voltage-gated Calcium Channels in Rod Synaptogenesis” 12:25 PM - Lunch 1:30 PM - Gregory Pazour, PhD - University of Massachusetts Medical School “IFT25 and IFT27 Couple the BBSome to the IFT Particle for Maintenance of the Ciliary Signaling Compartment” 2:30 PM - Winfield S. Sale, PhD - Emory University School of Medicine “Assembly and Regulation of Motile Cilia” 3:30 PM -Cheryl Stucky, PhD - Medical College of Wisconsin “Channeling Touch and Pain Transduction: Mechanisms that Detect and Protect” 4:20 PM -Concluding Remarks: Joe Besharse, PhD.
This introductory session focuses on completing and submitting a Funding Proposal (grant) in eBridge. The audience is MCW’s research community who are familiar with eBridge, but who want to fully understand the SmartForm and Workflow process. It is open to all Principal Investigators and their staff. To attend a session, please complete the Registration Form. If there are no registrations 24 hours prior to a scheduled session, the session will not be held.
Co-presented by Dr. Sandra Hunter of Marquette University Department of Physical Therapy and Dr. Sarah Eickmeyer of Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
This film screening is an adjunct to the MCW Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender People in Medicine 1st Annual Health Symposium: an Introduction to Transgender Health. Diagnosing Difference is a documentary depicting the impact and implications of being diagnosed with Gender Identity Disorder (GID) on transgender individuals. There will be a talk-back following the film with Michael Munson, director of FORGE.
*FORGE is a local non-profit organization whose mission is to address transgender issues through counseling, awareness, education, and advocacy.
Richard Lifton, MD, Ph.D. Sterling Professor of Genetics and Professor of Medicine (Nephrology) Chair, Dept. of Genetics Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Yale University “Genomic Approaches to Hypertension and Other Common Diseases".
"Adipose Tissue in Health and Disease" presented by Matthew Brady, PhD, Associate Professor and Vice Chair, CMMN, Biological Sciences Division, Adult and Pediatric Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism, University of Chicago, Chicago, IL.
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender People in Medicine (LGBTPM) student organization is hosting a Transgender Health Symposium at MCW/Froedtert. Due to the disparities in transgender healthcare and the demand for transgender health competencies, we are inviting two national experts in transgender healthcare and health policy come to MCW to speak to medical students, physicians, and healthcare professionals.
Robert Garofalo, MD, MPH
All Day Event
Acute Care Surgery: Trauma, Critical Care, and Emergency General Surgery Symposium
This day-long educational activity is designed to provide updates and general information regarding the practice of emergency general surgery, surgical critical care, and trauma care. The intended audience is primary practicing general surgeons who would like to improve their knowledge and skills in caring for the acutely ill surgical patient.
Redesign of Care for Patients at High Risk of Hospitalization in a Reforming US Healthcare System David Meltzer, MD, PhD Associate Professor, Department of Medicine, Department of Economics, and Graduate School of Public Policy Studies Chief, Section of Hospital Medicine Chair, Committee on Clinical and Translational Science Director, Center for Health and the Social Sciences (CHeSS) Director, MD/PhD Program In Medicine and the Social Sciences Director, Academic Hospitalist Program, Department of Medicine University of Chicago.
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.
Presentation by Ramin Pashaie, PhD, UWM: "Optogenetics brain interface".
The talk is at UWM, 3200 North Cramer Street, Milwaukee, EMS E237 at noon and lunch is provided. To facilitate participation of MCW staff, faculty and students, we have arranged a shuttle service (Lamers Bus Lines) that will pick up passengers at 11:30 AM in front of the building (circle drive). Please meet in MCW lobby at 11:20 AM. On the return trip, the shuttle will reload at 1:15 PM from UWM and return to MCW.