DOM Grand Rounds 2022-23 Schedule

7/05/2022 - No Grand Rounds

7/12/2022 - No Grand Rounds

7/19/2022 - Modern Challenges in Cardiac Sarcoidosis Care by Luke Masha

7/26/2022 - Addison's disease in South Africa by Ian Ross

8/02/2022  - Ulcerative Colitis in 2022: Forging Ahead by Anthony Sofia

8/09/2022 - Monkeypox - Timothy Menza*

8/16/2022 - Acute Myeloid Leukemia -Defining the Treatment Standard and Hope for the Future by Jennifer Saultz

8/23/2022 - The Art and Science of Diagnostic Reasoning by  André Mansoor *

8/30/2022 - General Internal Medicine & Geriatrics  - Katie Drago, Emily Morgan, Elizabeth Eckstrom* 

9/06/2022 - The aging kidney and decision-making for older adults with CKD by Jessica Weiss

9/13/2022 - Pulmonary & Critical Care - Speaker TBA

9/20/2022 - Cardiovascular Medicine - Ben Levin

9/27/2022 - Gastroenterology & Hepatology - Caitlin Citti

* Dates MOC II Credit is offered

The Department of Medicine at OHSU is involved in education, research and patient care.  Our 10 divisions are involved in everything from General Internal Medicine to sub-specialty care in various disciplines.  We currently have 215 clinical faculty, 45 research faculty, more than 300 volunteer faculty, over 200 housestaff (residents, clinical and research fellows) and numerous staff.

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