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Physician Education

Grand Rounds
Held Thursdays at 7:30 am
Phipps Building, Woodruff Lecture Hall


January 7, 2010

Risk Management: Legal issues for Gyn/Ob Providers

Meg Garrett/Lauree Barreca
Legal Department,
Johns Hopkins Hospital

January 14, 2010New Concepts in the Origin and Pathogenesis of Ovarian Cancer with Clinical implications

Robert Kurman, M.D.,
Richard E. TeLinde Distinguished Professor and Director of Gynecologic Pathology,
Johns Hopkins Medicine

January 21, 2010Alternative Medicine in Obstetrics and Gynecolgy

Alejandra Alvarez, M.D.,
Chief Resident,
Dept. of Gyn/Ob,
Johns Hopkins Medicine

January 28, 2010

Morbidity and Mortality

February 4, 2010The Role of Cystoscopy in General Gynecology and Obstetrics

Katie Kratz, M.D.,
Assistant Professor,
Division of Gynecologic Specialties,
Dept. of Gyn/Ob,
Johns Hopkins Medicine

February 11, 2010Goodrich-Clarke Lecture: Advances in Surgical Therapy for Early-Stage Cervical Cancer Nadeem Abu-Rustum,
Associate Professor,
Memorial Sloane-Kettering Cancer Center
February 18, 2010The Evolving Role of Cytoreductive Surgery in Advanced and Recurrent Endometrial CancerJoyce Barlin, M.D.,
Chief Resident,
Dept. of Gyn/Ob,
Johns Hopkins Medicine
February 25, 2010Morbidity and Mortality ConferenceMFM/REI
March 4, 2010

Integrative Medicine for Women's Health: Why It Works

Linda Lee, M. D., 
Assistant Professor,
Johns Hopkins Medicine

March 11, 2010Stem Cells and Their Clinical Relevance to Gynecology and ObstetricsCandace Kerr, PhD,
Assistant Professor,
Division of Developmental Genetics,
Johns Hopkins Medicine
March 18, 2010International Women's Health: The MDGs and How Family Planning Will Save Lives and Solve Global Warming

S.J. Hanson, M.D.,
Chief Resident,
Dept. of Gyn/Ob,
Johns Hopkins Medicine

March 25, 2010

Morbidity and Mortality Conference

April 1, 2010In Utero Beta 2 Adrenergic Agonist Exposure and Adverse Neurophysiologic and Behavioral OutcomesFrank Witter, M.D.,
Director, Labor and Delivery,
Division of Maternal Fetal Medicine,
Dept. of Gyn/Ob,
Johns Hopkins Medicine

April 8, 2010

The Conservative Management of Endometrial Hyperplasia and Cancer

Robert Bristow, M.D.,
Director, Kelly Gynecologic Oncology Division,
Dept. of Gyn/Ob,
Johns Hopkins Medicine

April 15, 2010Intern Presentations
April 22, 2010Preservation of Fertility for the Female Cancer Patient: Current Choices and Future DevelopmentsMindy Christianson, M.D.,
Chief Resident,
Dept. of Gyn/Ob,
Johns Hopkins Medicine
April 29, 2010Morbidity and Mortality ConferenceMFM/REI
May 6, 2010Eastman Lecture: Preeclampsia and Eclampsia- Etiologies, Prevention, Treatment and Recurrence

John Repke, M.D.,
Professor and Chair of Obstetrics and Gynecology,
Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center

May 13, 2010Shackman Lecture: Oocyte Cryopreservation: Achievements and ChallengesZsolt Peter Nagy, PhD.,
Reproductive Biology Associates,
Atlanta, Georgia 
May 20, 2010
Predicting Optimal Cytoreduction in Advanced Ovarian Cancer

Alok Pant, M.D.,
Chief resident,
Dept. of Gyn/Ob,
Johns Hopkins Medicine

May 27, 2010Morbidity and Mortality ConferenceGyn/GynOnc
June 3, 2010Intern Presentations

Patient Education

A Woman's Journey
November 20, 2010

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