MGR 2013-14

Medical Grand Rounds
AY 2014-2015

(July 2013 to June 2014)
University of Virginia – Department of Medicine
Wednesday 12:00 noon – Jordan Hall Auditorium 1-5 (unless otherwise noted)


July 10, 2013
Hollins Lecture
Jaime Green, MD
My Immunity Your Immunity HHV-6 / CMV in Stem Cell Transplant
University of Minnesota

July 17
Richard Santen, MD
Emma Eggleston, MD
Mentorship: Practical Steps Toward Success
UVA Endocrinology,
Harvard Medical School & Brigham and Women’s Hospital

July 24
Frederick Hayden, MD
Emerging Respiratory Viral Threats and Global Health Security
Infectious Diseases

July 31
UVA Pain management Committee
Challenges and best practices in pain management

August 7
Robert Carey, MD
Endocrine Hypertension: Recognition and Treatment

August 14
Elizabeth Gay, MD
The Good Death in the ICU: Integrating Palliative and Critical Care
Pulmonary & Critical Care

August 21
Stephanie Call, MD, MSPH
ACP High Value Care Curriculum: Introductory Lecture
Department of Internal Medicine
Virginia Commonwealth University

August 28
Sundararaman Swaminathan, MD
Ins and Outs of Iron Transport in Health and Disease

September 4
Brad Bennett, PhD
Wilderness Medicine Case Reports
Wilderness Medical Society

September 11
Andrew Wolf, MD
Providing High Value Cost-Conscious Care: Balancing Benefits with Harms and Costs

September 18
Michael F. Rein, MD
Syphilis: New tools for an old scourge
Emeritus -UVA Infectious Diseases

September 25
Steven Passik, PhD
Substance Abuse
Millennium Laboratories

October 2
Robert D. Powers, MD, MPH
ACP High Value Care Series: How Can We Control the Cost of Care?

October 9
Magid A Halim, MD, FRCP
Infective Endocarditis
Hematology/ Oncology
Consultant Infectious Diseases, King Faisal Specialist Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

October 16
Margaret Plews-Ogan, MD
ACP High Value Care Curriculum:
Balancing Benefits with Harms and Costs
General Medicine

October 23
Bowman Lecture
Dick Pearson, MD
The Approach to the Sick Returning International Traveler
Infectious Diseases

October 30
Chris Rembold, MD
Mediterranean Diet

November 6
Kyle Enfield, MD
ACP High Value Care Curriculum:
Lies, D*!m Lies, and the Probability of Truth – High Value Biostatistical Concepts
Pulmonary & Critical Care

November 13
Geoffrey Weiss, MD
Malignant Melanoma: A Model for the Revolution in Cancer Treatment?
Hematology/ Oncology

November 20
Carolyn Engelhard, MPA
Rebecca Dillingham, MD
Health Coverage Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow: The Promise of the ACA
UVA Health Policy Program,
UVA Center for Global Health

November 27

December 4
George M. Hoke, MD
Doing Good by Doing Less: Eliminating Waste and Harm in Daily Practice

December 11
Vanessa Shami, MD
Recent Developments in Advanced Endoscopy; ERCP/EUS
Gastroenterology and Hepatology

December 18
John Voss, MD
ACP High Value Care Curriculum:
General Medicine

December 25

January 1, 2014

January 8
Preston Reynolds, MD
Why Care about High Value Care?
General Medicine

January 15
Rasheed Balogun, MD
Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura; Ninety to one!

January 22
Mitchell Rosner, MD
Leading the Way with Value: Transforming Health Care Delivery

January 29
John DiMarco, MD
Arrhythmias / Antiarrhythmic Drugs

February 5
Mark Newbrough, MD
PACE: Program for All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly
General Medicine

February 12
Michael Salerno
Stress CMR: Diagnostic and Prognostic Utility – Current and Future Directions

February 19
Uta Erdbrugger, MD
Biomarkers in Acute and Chronic Kidney Disease: Old and New

February 26
Borna Mehrad, MD
Aspergillus in the lung: model for host-pathogen interaction

March 5
Brodie Lecture
Fitzhugh Mullman, MD
Medical Education and the Soul of Medicine
George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services

March 12
Thomas Loughran, MD
Pathogenesis of LGL Leukemia
UVA Cancer Center

March 19
Christopher P. Holstege, MD
National Substance Abuse Trends & Current UVA Cases Encountered
Blue Ridge Poison Center; UVA

March 26
Atuk Lecture
Robert Schrier, MD
Treatment of Cardiorenal Syndrome
Univ of Colorado, Denver Renal Diseases & Hypertension

April 2
Stephen V. Early
Otolaryngology:Common Signs and Symptoms. Uncommon Problems
Otolaryngology, UVA

April 9
Allison McGreer, MD
Of Camels, Bats and Coronaviruses – the (beginning of the) Story of MERS-CoV
Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto

April 16
John Nestler, MD
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: A Disorder for the Internist
Chair Internal Medicine, VCU

April 23
Liverman Lecture
Susan E. Quaggin, MD
An Eye-Opening Case: Revisiting Thrombotic Microangiopathies in the Molecular Era
Nephrology, Northwestern Feinberg SOM

April 30
Clayton Allen, MD; Justin Gomez, MD; Kate McManus, MD; Andrew Shaw, MD
3+1: An Academic Panacea?
Chief Residents, IM, UVA

May 7
William Petri, MD, PhD
Thoughts from a physician-scientist on diarrhea, malnutrition and global health
Infectious Diseases, UVA

May 14
Grollman Lecture
Jagat Narula, MD
Why Must A Clinician Know Plaque Morphology?”
Cardiology, Mt. Sinai

May 21
Erika Ramsdale, MD
Yellow leaves, or none, or few: Assessing older cancer patients
Hem/Onc, UVA

May 28
Crispell Lecture
Guillermo Umpierrez, MD
Inpatient Management of Medical and Surgery Patients with Type 2 Diabetes
Section Head, Endocrinology & Diabetes, Emory Univ

June 4
Chisara Asomughua, MD
Innovation and Health System Transformation

June 11
Donald Kimple, MD
The Autoimmune Ecosystem: Arthritis and the Gut

June 18
Respess Lecture
T. Jake Liang, MD
Current and Future Therapies of Hepatitis C: A Paradigm Shift That Continues to Evolve
Chief, Liver Diseases Branch Chief, Hepatology Service Deputy Director of Translational Research NIH

June 25
Michael Hanley, MD

The University of Virginia School of Medicine is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

The University of Virginia School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim only credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

The University of Virginia School of Medicine awards 0.1 CEU per contact hour to each non-physician participant who successfully completes this educational activity. The CEU (Continuing Education Unit) is a nationally recognized unit of measure for continuing education and training activities that meet specific educational planning requirements. The University of Virginia School of Medicine maintains a permanent record of participants who have been awarded CEUs.