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Weekly Research in Progress Seminars (RIPS)

ANESTHESIOLOGY & CRITICAL CARE

RESEARCH IN PROGRESS SEMINAR SERIES

2014- 2015

DATE SPEAKER TITLE

SEPT 4, 2014

Alex Proekt, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor, Anesthesiology

Weill Cornell Medical College

New York, NY

“Loss and Recovery of Consciousness: Lessons Learned from General Anesthesia.”

SEPT 18, 2014

Renyu Liu, MD, PhD & Lab

Assistant Professor

Anesthesiology and Critical Care

University of Pennsylvania

“Non-addictive opioid for opioid addiction.”

SEPT 25, 2014

Brian Weiser, doctoral candidate,  Pharmacology

University of Pennsylvania

“Propofol Inhibits SIRT2 via a Novel Allosteric Cavity.”

OCT 2, 2014

7:00 am

David S. Warner, MD

Vice Chair, Research

Professor, Anesthesiology

Duke University School of Medicine

Durham, NC

18th James E Eckenhoff Lecture- Fagin Hall

“Neuroanesthesia: Past and Future.”

OCT 2, 2014

12:00 pm

David S. Warner, MD

Vice Chair, Research

Professor, Anesthesiology

Duke University School of Medicine

Durham, NC

“Translational Research In Acute Central Nervous System Injury: Lessons Learned and the Future.”

 

OCT 9, 2014

 

Jacques YaDeau, MD, PhD

Associate Professor, Anesthesiology

Hospital for Special Surgery

Weill Cornell Medical College

New York, NY

“Prolonging peripheral nerve blockade: Additives and local anesthetics.”

OCT 21, 2014

Tuesday

Special RIPS

Daniel B. Carr, MD

Professor, Public Health and Community Medicine

Program Director, Pain, Research Education & Policy

Tufts University School of Medicine

Boston, MA

“Rewriting the Pain Equation: From Biopsychosocial to Sociopsychobiological.”

 

OCT 23, 2014

Neil Fishman, M.D., MA

Professor of Medicine

University of Pennsylvania

“Ebola, the Science.”

OCT 30, 2014

Judith Kandel, doctoral candidate, Bioengineering

University of Pennsylvania

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Eric Abhold, medical student

Perelman School of Medicine

University of Pennsylvania

“Automated Detection of Whole-Cell Mitochondrial Motility and its Dependence on Cytoarchitectural Integrity.”

NOV 6, 2014

John H. Zhang, MD, PhD

Professor, Neurosurgery, Physiology

Loma Linda University School of Medicine

Loma Linda, California

“Future Stroke Research: Emphasizing Recirculation.”

NOV 13, 2014

 JoEllen Weaver

 Technical Director, Penn

 Medicine Biobank

 University of Pennsylvania

“BioBanking Opportunities at Penn .”

DEC 4, 2014

Huafeng Wei, MD, PhD

Associate Professor

Anesthesiology and Critical Care

University of Pennsylvania

“Dual Effects of Neuroprotection and Neurotoxicity by General Anesthetics: Do We have a Switch?”

 

DEC 11, 2014

Frederick E. Sieber, MD

Professor, Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine

School of Medicine

Johns Hopkins University

Baltimore, MD

"Postoperative Delirium: Does Anesthesia Care Play a Role?”

 

DEC 18, 2014

Jaclyn M. Schwarz, PhD

Assistant Professor

Department of Psychology

University of Delaware

Newark, DE         

 

“Impact of Early-Life Immune Activation on Later-Life Brain Behavior.”

 

JAN 8, 2015

Kris Laudanski, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor

Anesthesiology and Critical Care

University of Pennsylvania

TBA

JAN 15, 2015

Rebecca Carrier, PhD

Associate Professor

Department of Chemical Engineering

208 Lake Hall

Northeastern University

TBA

JAN 22, 2015

Maurizio Cereda, MD

Assistant Professor

Anesthesiology and Critical Care

University of Pennsylvania

TBA

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