Internal Medicine

  • Research Day

    Research DayFor over 40 years, the Department of Internal Medicine has held an annual Research Day to highlight and celebrate the scientific work of department faculty, fellows and science staff. It has grown from a half dozen posters to well over a hundred, settling in recent years to a manageable, competitive submission for 70 spots. Each year a team of faculty judges circulates among presenters on Research Day, listening to presentations and selecting best posters in basic and clinical/translational science as well as best poster by a new investigator. Winners receive a cash prize and time at Department of Internal Grand Rounds to present their work to a large and diverse audience of scientists and clinicians.

    The 2015 agenda follows:

    Internal Medicine Research Day – Thursday, March 12, 2015

    2:30-3:30 – Oral Presentations (2117 MERF)
                    “Lung transplantation from donation after cardiocirculatory death” by Dustin Krutsinger, MD (R3)
                    “Basics of inflammasome biology” by Suzanne Cassel, MD (Assistant Professor, Immunology)
                    “What’s SWELL about fat?” by Rajan Sah, MD, PhD (Assistant Professor, Cardiology)
                    “Hospital-level variation in mortality among patients with Staphylococcus aureus bacteremia:
                      A nationwide cohort study”
                      by Michael Ohl, MD, MSPH (Assistant Professor , Infectious Diseases)

    3:30-4:00 – Coffee Break & poster viewing (MERF Atrium)

    4:00-5:00 – Keynote Address (2117 MERF)
                    “Developing New Gene & RNA Based Therapies”
                    Mark A Kay, MD, PhD
                    Stanford School of Medicine

    5:00-7:00 – Poster Session, hors d’oeuvres, wine (MERF Atrium)

    Visit the Research Day website.