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The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences  
Donald W. Reynolds Department of Geriatrics
Grand Rounds Schedule

Where:  UAMS Reynolds
Institute on Aging Building,
Ground/1st Floor
Jo Ellen Ford Auditorium

When:  Tuesdays
12:00 – 1:00 pm

July 2018 – June 2019
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July 2

Speaker:  Jerad M. Gardner, MD, Associate Professor, Pathology and Dermatology
Topic:  “Why Physicians Should Use Social Media”

July 10

Speaker:  Stephen C. Sorsby, MD, MHA, Assistant Professor, Department of Family and Preventive Medicine
Topic:
 “Benefits of OSA Treatment in the Geriatric Population”

July 17

Speaker:  Priya Mendiratta, MD
Topic:
 “Geriatric Educational Programs Overview and Update:  Nuts and Bolts on Accessing Educational Material”

July 24

Speaker:  Kalpana Padala, MD, Assistant Professor, Reynolds Department of Geriatrics
Topic:
 “Cholinesterase Inhibitors:  To Stop or Not to Stop”

July 31

Speaker:  Esther Teo, MD, Assistant Professor, COM Surgery Burn Surgery
Topic:
 “Burns in the Geriatric Population”

August 7

Speaker:  Jawahar (Jay) Mehta, MD, PhD, Professor, COM Internal Medicine Cardiology
Topic:
 “Can we prevent heart disease?  If yes, how?”

August 14

Speaker:  Kalpana Padala, MD, Assistant Professor, Reynolds Department of Geriatrics
Topic:  “Executive Function Matters:  Brain and Beyond”

August 21

Speaker:  Jeffrey B. Stambough, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Orthopedic
Topic:  “Hip & Knee Arthritis:  When is it time to consider a replacement?”

August 28

Speaker:  Mohamed Kamel, MD, FACS, Associate Professor, Department of Urology
Topic:  “Management of Incidental Small Renal Masses in the Geriatric Population”

September 4

Speaker:  Samuel C. Overley, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Orthopaedics
Topic:  “Cervical Spondylotic Myelopathy”

September 11

Speaker:  Heejung Choi, MD, Assistant Professor, COM Department of Anesthesiology
Topic:  “Innovations in Pain Medicine:  Interventional Management of Back Pain”

September 18

Speaker:  Sue T. Griffin, PhD, Professor, COM Department of Geriatrics
Topic:  “Neurodegenerative Diseases, Inflammation, and the Bad and Possibly Good of the Apoe4 Gene”

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Click here for July 2016 – June 2018 Geriatrics Grand Rounds listing