Grand Rounds are held every Tuesday at 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM via Zoom.
Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to: ⇒Identify the indications and contraindications for new modalities in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of specific medical conditions. ⇒Formulate prioritized differential diagnoses for the clinical presentations of specific medical conditions, diagnoses, and diseases. ⇒Apply clinical guidelines to patients under their care with an understanding of the rationale behind the guidelines and the expected outcomes of specific medical conditions, diagnoses, diseases. ⇒Integrate research techniques related to specific medical conditions, diagnoses, and diseases, into their own clinical, translational or basic science research.
Continuing Medical Education
The University of Illinois College of Medicine is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The University of Illinois College of Medicine designates this Live Activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)TM. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Previous Grand Rounds
FY20 3.31.2020HUAN J. CHANG, MD – EPIDEMIOLOGY, RHEUMATOLOGY & COVID-19: AN EXPLORATION OF A MODERN PANDEMIC AND POTENTIAL TREATMENT IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVEPresentation Note 4.07.2020JEFFREY SILBERZWEIG, MD – COVID-19 AND THE KIDNEY 4.14.2020MANPREET SAMRA, MD – THE BUSINESS OF HEALTH CARE AND HEALTH CARE STRATEGY 4.28.2020 CLAUDIA LORA, MD & JULIA BROWN, MD – URGENT START PERITONEAL DIALYSIS 5.12.2020KICHUL KO, MD – SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS AND ITS NEFARIOUS COMPLICATION, NEPHRITIS 5.19.2020HUZAEFAH SYED, MD – RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS AND COVID-19 CONSIDERATIONS 5.26.2020ANISHA B. DUA, MD – THERAPEUTIC UPDATES ANCA VASCULITIS 6.09.2020V.K. GADI, MD PhD – BREAST CANCER AND PARP INHIBITORS 6.16.2020DAMIANO RONDELLI, MD – CANCER & BLOOD AND MARROW TRANSPLANT (BMT) IN GLOBAL HEALTH: THE UIC EXPERIENCE 6.23.2020PRITESH PATEL, MD – PROGRESS AND CHALLENGES IN MYELOMA 6.30.2020SHIKHA JAIN, MD – AUTHENTIC LEADERSHIP AND FINDING YOUR VOICE
FY21 10.06.2020SUBHASH KUKREJA, MD – PARATHYROID RELAED PROTEIN: FROM BAD TO GOOD 11.03.2020BHARATI PRASAD, MD, MS – PERSONALIZING THE EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT OF OBSTRUCTIVE SLEEP APNEA 11.10.2020CHRISTIAN BIME, MD, MSc – HEALTHCARE DISPARITIES IN ARDS: GENOMIC CONTRIBUTIONS AND BEYOND 11.17.2020 SUNIT SINGLA, MD – MANAGEMENT OF SEVERE ARDS: LESSONS FROM A PANDEMIC 11.24.2020 ANNE DIXON, MA. BMBCh – FAT AND FLOW: THE INTERSECTION OF ASTHMA AND OBESITY 12.01.2020 WADIH CHACRA, MD – THE CONTROVERSY OF EARLY LIVER TRANSPLANTATION FOR SEVERE ALCOHOLIC HEPATITIS 12.08.2020 CATHRYN R. NAGLER, Ph.D. – MANIPULATING THE MICROBIOME TO PREVENT OR TREAT FOOD ALLERGY 12.15.2020 STEPHEN PANDOL, MD | MECHANISMS OF ACUTE PANCREATITIS AND MOLECULAR PATHWAYS FOR TREATMENT 12.22.2020 ITISHREE TRIVEDI, MD, MS | MANAGEMENT OF INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE IN PATIENTS WITH MALIGNANCIES 12.29.2020 KEITH B. NAYLOR, MD | COLORECTAL CANCER SCREENING: A “PERFECT” MODEL OF HEALTHCARE DISPARITIES 01.04.2021MARK J. MULLIGAN MD, FIDSA | COVID-19 RESEARCH IN NEW YORK CITY 01.12.2021ANDREW TROTTER, MD, MPH | INTERDISCIPLINARY COLLABORATION TO UTILIZE ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND MACHINE LEARNING TO DESCRIBE COVID-19 OUTCOMES AND PREDICT DISEASE SEVERITY, PROGNOSIS AND BEYOND 01.19.2021 RICHARD E. CHAISSON, MD | THE LONG ROAD TO SHORTER TB TREATMENTS 01.26.2021 ANDRE KALIL, MD | WHY RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIALS ARE NECESSARY TO SAVE LIVES DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC? 02.02.2021 AMIT PATEL, MD | ASSESSMENT OF CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE: IS IT TIME TO CHANGE OUR DIAGNOSTIC PARADIGM? 02.09.2021 FRANK BOGUN, MD | THE VALUE OF IMAGING FOR VENTRICULAR ARRHYTHMIA MANAGEMENT FOCUSING ON CMR 02.16.2021 WARREN J. MANNING, MD | ROLE OF ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY IN ATRIAL FIBRILLATION AND DECISIONS REGARDING CARDIOVERSION
AND ANTICOAGULATION 02.23.2021MICHAEL H DAVIDSON, MD | UTILIZING GENOMICS TO PERSONALIZE LIPID MANAGEMENT 03.02.2021 AJNA HAMIDOVIC, PharmD, MS | MEDICAL MARIJUANA: THE STATE OF THE CLINICAL EVIDENCE 03.09.2021 MICHAEL HUBER, MD MS | BY ANY OTHER NAME: PALLIATIVE CARE PRESENT AND FUTURE 03.16.2021 TIFFANY PULCINO, MD, MPH, FACP | GROWING UP SICK: A GREAT LEAP FORWARD OR FALLING OFF A CLIFF 03.23.2021 SARAH MESSMER, MD & NICOLE GASTALA, MD | OPIOID USE DISORDER: SCREENING, TREATMENT, AND HARM 03.30.2021 AIM Track |Research Presentations 04.06.2021MICHAEL FISCHER, MD & ARDITH DOORENBOS, PhD, RN, FAAN | REDUCING PAIN AND OPIOID USE AMONG ADULTS RECEIVING HEMODIALYSIS 04.13.2021RESIDENCY TRACKS: INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY IN MEDICINE (ITIM) AND URBAN GLOBAL HEALTH(UGH) 04.20.2021 STEPHANIE TOTH-MANIKOWSKI | MANAGEMENT OF THE PREGNANT WOMAN WITH CKD
INSTRUCTIONS: In order to add a sidebar anchor:
Duplicate the existing item, listed as a 1/6 text field. (Or create a 1/6 column and add a text field, modify the class so it’s exactly “additionalAnchor”).
Modify the text field inside the 1/6 column. Inside there, modify the HYPERLINK so that it would go to a corresponding section with a “#” in front of it. (Example, we have a “chief” section on the page, then it would make sense to have the hyperlink go to “#chief”)
Then change the hyperlink TEXT to a appropriate label.
IMPORTANT: If not done already, go into that CONTAINER that corresponds to your anchor (i.e. Meet The Chiefs), and add an ID matching the anchor’s HYPERLINK WITHOUT the “#”, i.e. “chief”.
(If using side bar widget box, then there’s a saved copy of a widget box COLUMN, grab it in the column library, it should 1/6 of a length of a column.)
NOTE: Order added to the sidebar is from last to first.