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John W. Deming Department of Medicine
Presents
Medicine Grand Rounds
 
“Office of Faculty Affairs Training on Faculty180”
 
Marie “Tonette” Krousel-Wood, MD, MSPH
Associate Provost
Senior Associate Dean
Tulane School of Medicine 
 
Wendy Stark, JD
Director of Faculty Affairs 
Tulane School of Medicine 
 
 
Wednesday, May 13, 2020
12:00pm - 1:00pm
This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™
 
LIVESTREAMING available on:  ZOOM
 

For the last eight weeks we have faced an unprecedented challenge with the COVID-19 pandemic, including a direct impact on our Tulane community.  At the same time, New Orleans – and the world – turned to the Tulane School of Medicine for medical treatment and scientific answers.  As we continue to chart our path forward, the entire SoM community is invited to join a moderated SoM Dean’s Town Hall where we will present information and answer your questions.

John W. Deming Department of Medicine
Presents
Medicine Grand Rounds
 
“House Calls in the 21st Century: Making Telemedicine Work in Your Practice”
 
Reena Mehta, MD, FAAAI
Adjunct Instructor
Tulane School of Medicine 
 
Wednesday, May 6, 2020
12:00pm - 1:00pm
This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™
 
LIVESTREAMING available on:
The Tulane School of Medicine Facebook Page using Facebook Live
OR
ZOOM
 

 
John W. Deming Department of Medicine
Presents
Medicine Grand Rounds
 
“COVID-19 and Venous Thromboembolic Disease”
 
Cindy A Lessinger, MD
Assistant Professor of Medicine
Tulane School of Medicine
 
 
Wednesday, April 29, 2020
12:00pm - 1:00pm
This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™
 
LIVESTREAMING available on:
The Tulane School of Medicine Facebook Page using Facebook Live
OR
ZOOM
 

Over the course of this pandemic, we have seen an alarming increase in racism and xenophobia against Asian Americans. As the pandemic continues, so has the verbal abuse and physical violence. In light of this situation, how do we respond as individuals and a community? To address this situation and the concerns surrounding it, Tulane APAMSA has partnered with APAMSA Region IX to hold a moderated panel discussion about the discrimination against Asian Americans in times of crises in the past and present time.

April 24, 2020 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
 
Access via ZOOM and FaceBook Live Links Below
 
The COVID-19 Pandemic brought out the best in many frontline providers and those supporting them; but unfortunately it has also caused acts of xenophobia, anger, and intimidation directed at Asian and Asian-American students, faculty, and staff.   
 

Access via ZOOM and FaceBook Live Links Below
 
Please join us for updates and information about safety and security operations on the downtown campus in the midst of the COVID-19 event. 
 
Join us for an interactive Campus Safety and Security Community Town Hall featuring:
Captain Maurice B Trosclair; Downtown Medical District Commander, Tulane University Police Department
Sue Pollack; Assistant Dean Administration and Operations, School of Medicine 

The Assemblies on Respiratory Cell & Molecular Biology (RCMB), Allergy, Immunology and Inflammation (AII) and the Section on Genetics and Genomics (SGG) are pleased to announce a webinar on “Current Understanding of COVID-19 Pathophysiology” on Wednesday, April 22 at 12pm Central/ 1:00 p.m. E.D.T., featuring several Tulane Speakers.
 
The session will be moderated by:
Thomas J. Mariani, PhD (University of Rochester)
 
Speakers/topics will include:

COVID-19 Update: A Humanitarian Healthcare Perspective
The Tulane School of Medicine COVID-19 Grand Rounds continues to be open to the community.  
Join two of our expert physicians as they discuss how their prior humanitarian experiences relate to – and guide their actions on – the frontlines of COVID-19 healthcare efforts:
Monica Dhand, MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine
M. Matias Iberico, MD, Instructor of Medicine, Co-Director Resident Initiative in Global Health at Tulane
LIVESTREAMING available on:

COVID-19 Medical & Research Update + Q&A: Community Town Hall
A month into our stay-at-home reality, it is still important to stay informed as to the status of COVID-19.  The Tulane School of Medicine is committed to bringing our experts to you, providing the most current statistics and answering your questions to demystify the medical and scientific research.
 Join us for an interactive Tulane School of Medicine Community Town Hall featuring:
A brief COVID-19 Medical update by Dr. Lee Hamm,  Sr. VP and Dean of the School of Medicine

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