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Pediatric Grand Rounds Schedule

Is Artificial Intelligence the Future of Genomic Analysis?

8:30 – 9:30 am April 27, 2018 

Educational Objective:

To update current variant classification

Speaker: Bret Bostwick, MD, Clinical Genetics, Pediatric Medical Genetics, Assistant Professor, Molecular & Human Genetics, Baylor College of Medicine

New Debates about an Old Topic: Diet and the Future Risk of Chronic Diseases

8:30 - 9:30 am May 4, 2018

 Educational Objective:

  1. Learn about the current evidence connecting diet to risk of chronic disease
  2. Learn about the history of recommendations regarding such risks and how these have changed over time

Speaker: Omar Ali, MD, Associate Professor, Obesity Medicine, Pediatric Endocrinology, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Medical College of Wisconsin

Management of Intestine Failure, Including Transplantation

8:30 - 9:30 am May 11, 2018

 Educational Objective:

  1. Define intestine failure
  2. Options for clinical management in the patient with intestine failure
  3. Understand intestine transplant options
  4. Identify risks and benefits of intestine transplantation

Speaker: Richard Mangus, MD, Director Intestine and Multivisceral Transplantation, Indiana University Health and Riley Hospital for Children, Director of Pediatric Liver Transplantation, Riley Hospital for Children

I Wish I had that when I was in Med School!: Virtual Reality Education and the Future of Healthcare

8:30- 9:30 am May 18, 2018

Educational Objective:

  1. Learn the potential advantages of advanced educational platforms for congenital heart disease, specifically virtual reality (VR)
  2. For students/learners: understand the potential developments in your educational curriculum, and be willing to try (and fail!) at developing innovations to teach (note: we are all students/learners)
  3. For teachers/leaders: understand the possibilities of augmenting traditional education with VR educational platforms, and allow your trainees to try (and fail!) in developing innovative educational techniques (note: we are all teachers/learners)

Speaker: David Axelrod, MD, Clinical Associate Professor at Stanford University School of Medicine, Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit at LPCH Stanford, Producer: The Stanford Virtual Heart, featured in The New York Times and in Seeker Media

May 25, 2018


Sensory-Neural hearing Loss in Children – what a Pediatrician should know

8:30 - 9:30 am June 1, 2018

Educational Objective:

  1. Describe the diagnostic evaluation of children with sensorineural hearing loss including genetics
  2. Outline the management of children with sensorineural hearing loss
  3. Summarize the surgical therapies on the horizon and emerging therapies in distant horizon

Speaker: Abdullah Ghori, MD, Vice-Chair for DOP and the DIO for GME, Case Western Reserve University at Metrohealth Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio

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