Cardiology Grand Rounds
This week we have two great opportunities to hear the latest in cardiology research. First, we welcome Renato Lopes who is presenting “AF and PCI: Triple Trouble? Double Therapy? Where do we stand in 2019.” Please join us on Tuesday, Oct. 29, 5 p.m., DN, 2003.
On Friday (Nov. 8), we welcome Kim Eagle, Director of the Samuel and Jean Frankel Cardiovascular Center at the University of Michigan. He’s presenting the Eugene A. Stead Jr., MD, Lecture as part of Medicine Grand Rounds at 8 a.m. in the Trent Semans Great Hall. Title of his talk is, “Cardiac Risk of Non-Cardiac Surgery: A Piece of my Mind.”
Upcoming Grand Rounds:
- November 12: Javed Butler, University of Mississippi
- November 19: Faculty Staff Meeting
- November 26: No Grand Rounds. Happy Thanksgiving!
- December 3: Zach Wegermann
- December 10: (5 p.m.) Heart Center Grand Rounds on CTEPH
- December 17: (5 p.m.) Faculty Staff Meeting
- December 24: No Grand Rounds. Happy Holidays!
- December 31: No Grand Rounds. Happy Holidays!
Talent from All Corners Symposium, Nov. 4
Tomorrow! Panel discussion, Talent from all corners: how immigration helps shape American scientific leadership. A group of prominent and highly promising scientists, led by Duke cardiologist and Nobel Laureate Professor Robert Lefkowitz, will share their own stories as first, second, or third-generation immigrants, their research and its significance, and their perspective on immigration and its role in shaping American scientific leadership. 3-6 p.m., Searle Center. Registration required. Refreshments will be served. To learn more or to register, please visit: https://scienceandsociety.duke.edu/events/talent-from-all-corners-how-immigration-helps-shape-scientific-leadership/
Duke Heart Safe Choices, Nov. 6 – Cancelled
The Duke Heart Safe Choices workshop that was scheduled for this week has been cancelled. Please contact Christy Darnell with questions.
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Duke Heart in the News:
October 18 – Angela Lowenstern
TCTMD/the heart beat
Featured Fellow: Angela Lowenstern, MD
October 29 — Gary Davis (Heart Leadership Council Member)
The Post and Courier (Charleston, SC)
Editorial: Endorsements in Tuesday’s Mount Pleasant Town Council elections