Speaker: David G. Nichols, MD, MBA
Assistant Professor, Cardiac Anesthesiology
Details: The title of Dr. Nichols' talk will be "On Service: Lessons from 26 Years in the PICU." Dr. Nichols is President and CEO of the American Board of Pediatrics and former Hopkins Pediatric ACCM faculty and Vice Dean for Education, JHSOM.
Tuesday, May 09, 2017
1100-1230 Chevy Chase Auditorium (Zayed 2119A), Simulcast Location: Levi Watkins Conference Room #301, Bayview (MFL Bldg., Center Tower, 3rd floor)
Speaker: Ivan Oransky, MD, Co-Founder of Retraction Watch
Details: The Research Integrity Colloquia are a core component of the Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) Program, which is administered by the Division of Research Integrity in the Office of Policy Coordination. Compliance with the program ensures compliance with National Institutes of Health and National Science Foundation guidelines. All individuals participating in research at the school of medicine are required to complete training in RCR. You may register for each colloquium by visiting myLearning (under the Education tab) in the Johns Hopkins portal and clicking on Responsible Conduct of Research (located under Compliance in the course catalog). Preregistration is not required. Attendance will be monitored and credited.
Details: Topic: "Cognitive Behavior & Non Interventional Therapies For Pain." As a tribute to Dr. Benson’s unique legacy, the Benson family and devoted friends and colleagues continue to support the endowed Donald W. Benson Lectureship Series on Pain Medicine. The endowment, established while Dr. Benson was alive, was originally created to fund a library at Johns Hopkins Hospital. It has since evolved into a lectureship series that, according to Dr. Srinivasa Raja, Director of the Division of Pain Medicine, has allowed the Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine to host prominent national and international scientists for the purpose of sharing current and future trends in areas of pain research. The endowment generously commemorates Dr. Benson’s devotion to education, innovation, and progress in the field of anesthesiology.
Friday, May 12, 2017
1200-1300 Wood Basic Science Building auditorium
Speaker: Rachel Green
Details: "A Central Role for the Ribosome in Specifying MRNA Decay" The series is designed to bring the intellectual work and creative scholarship of senior faculty members to the attention of the Johns Hopkins Medicine community.
Details: Be a part of our first ever ACCM Gratitude Day! Who doesn’t love a sweet surprise and a ‘thank you?’ What you may not know is that giving one can actually make you happier than getting one yourself! On Wednesday, May 17th, we will have treats available at JHH, BV, and HCGH. We encourage you to pick up a treat, and GIVE it to someone else as an expression of gratitude – tell them you admire them, thank them for having a positive attitude, working hard, being a team player, etc.! Feel free to make your acknowledgements private or public on Twitter using #ACCMGratitude! LOCATIONS: JHH: Zayed 3009 Conference Room (between Zayed and WBG) 8 AM – 2 PM, BV: Anesthesia Conference Room 10 AM – 12 PM, HCGH: Treats available at Department Meeting. Brought to you by the ACCM Wellness Committee
Friday, May 19, 2017
0830-1700 JH School of Public Health (Sommer and Finestone Auditoriums)
Details: We have again an amazing line up of speakers, including Drs. Zoltan Arany from University of Pennsylvania – one of our outstanding physician basic scientists who has pioneered research in cardiovascular metabolism and peripartum cardiomyopathy; Samia Mora from Harvard University, a leader in lipid epidemiology and genetics and cardiovascular risk; and from Johns Hopkins – Douglas Robinson, Professor of Cell Biology and leader in the field of molecular motors with amazing applications to cancer and COPD, and Narutoshi Hibino, Professor in Cardiothoracic Surgery who is developing myocardial tissue using 3-D printing methods. All that + all of you with abstracts, and as I promise, a few new twists. Please check the web site for updates, details on the deadlines for abstract submission and registration.
Speaker: Elizabeth Jaffee
Deputy Director, Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center
Details: "Unleashing the Force on Cancer: Next-Gen Immunotherapy Approaches for Treatment and Interception" The series is designed to bring the intellectual work and creative scholarship of senior faculty members to the attention of the Johns Hopkins Medicine community.