Upcoming Events

BIOCHEMISTRY SEMINAR - Crystal Rodgers, UC Davis

TBA; Anyone outside the UL Dept of Biochemistry wanting to participate, please contact Ben Lovely.

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BIOCHEMISTRY SEMINAR - Yoannis Imbert-Fernandez, UOFL SOM

TBA; Anyone outside the UL Dept of Biochemistry wanting to participate, please contact Ben Lovely.

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37th Annual Tri-State Hand Conference - May 14, 2021

This program is an advanced level meeting specifically for Hand & Microvascular Surgeons, Orthopaedic, Plastic, and General Surgeons specializing in upper extremity surgery. The Christine M. Kleinert Institute will host this year's webinar and will present the latest research studies focused on issues in hand surgery.

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Neuro-Oncology Symposium 2021: Acoustic Neuroma – From Diagnosis to Restoration - May 15, 2021

Acoustic Neuroma is diagnosed in approximately 2,000-3,000 people per year in the United States. Though usually benign tumors, they can cause significant symptoms including hearing loss, tinnitus, issues with balance, headache, facial weakness and/or facial paralysis. Though the cause of acoustic neuromas is usually unknown, once diagnosed there are three main treatment options available to the patient: observation, surgical resection, and radiation. Regardless of the treatment modality chosen, acoustic neuromas affect patients for the rest of their lives. In this course, our speakers will discuss acoustic neuroma from diagnosis to treatment to restoration.

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Prevention & Therapies for Hepatitis and Chronic Liver Disease Seminars-A Hybrid Seminar: June - December 2021

This seminar series will provide updates on the diagnosis and treatment of the dominant forms of viral hepatitis and explore the latest data on advancing liver disease, hepatocellular carcinoma, fatty liver disease and other hepatic conditions. Location-specific faculty deliver state-of-the-art material utilizing a curriculum that features lectures, case analysis, current clinical trial outcomes and progress reports on promising prevention approaches and emerging therapies. The seminar will concentrate on key diseases of the liver and address the latest diagnosis, treatment, and care management approaches in a setting that stresses interactive learning, audience participation, and collaborative discussion.

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