Grand Rounds

The 2019-20 Neurology Grand Rounds series begins on Friday, September 6th.   Neurology Grand Rounds is on Friday mornings at 7:45am in the Connor Auditorium (FLTC). 

February 7, 2020
 

"From cognition to cancer: myelin plasticity in health and disease”
Resident Invited Speaker
Dr. Michelle Monje-Deisseroth

Feruary 14, 2020
 

No Grand Rounds
Resident Inservice Exam

February 21, 2020

“A 15 month old boy with hypotonia, global developmental delay, and visual impairment was hospitalized for multi-system organ failure and had a subsequent progressive decline.”
Peds Neuro CPC
Discussant: Dr. Shannon Agner
Residents: Benjamin Kay, Jasia Mahdi, Regina Triplett, Kimberly Wiltrout

February 28, 2020

“Opportunity Along the Discovery Frontier for Autism in the IDDRC@WUSTL: Progress and plans at the levels of gene, cell, and brain”
Dr. John Constantino, Dr. Nico Dosenbach, Dr. Kristen Kroll, Dr. Tychele Turner
IDDRC

   
   

The Grand Rounds Lecture Series, a weekly one-hour continuing medical educational (CME) seminar held on Fridays, covers a wide variety of clinical and basic science topics. From September through June, Grand Rounds consists of special lectures from faculty & guest speakers. All are invited to hear the latest discussions regarding both clinical and bench research developments . Unless otherwise noted, Grand Rounds are held on Friday mornings at 7:45 a.m. in the Robert Emmett Connor Auditorium (FLTC).


Accreditation Statement

Washington University School of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing education for physicians.


Credit Hour Statement

Washington University School of Medicine designates this live activity for a maximum of 1 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.


Faculty Disclosure

Speaker disclosures will be made available at each Grand Rounds session.

To view past lectures, please visit the Lecture Archives. Please note that not all lectures are archived. If there is a particular lecture that you would like more information on, please email Chrissy McIntosh.