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Medical Grand Rounds

Please note that the Medical Grand Rounds are currently available in person or via Microsoft Teams. 

Medical Grand Rounds are held every Monday via Teams. It is highly recommended that translational researchers attend these sessions to learn about the processes and challenges of clinicians in a hospital environment. Sessions start at 12.00pm and run for one hour with a focus on specific themes each week.  

Date Chair Presenter Location
27 September Dr Adrianne Blanco

Associate Professor Victoria Atkinson - 'Novel therapy for metastatic uveal melanoma' 

Dr Xenia Caney - 'The many challenges of post-trauma bleeding and clotting'

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20 September  Dr Adrianne Blanco 

Dr Genevieve Howard - 'Collaborative Management of Tracheostomy in the Complex Medical Patient' 

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13 September  Prof Ian Scott

Dr Sean Lawrence - 'A stroke of misfortune - an ED case'

Dr Imran Butt, Dr Chris Kwan, Dr Sophie Gong, Dr Casey Khoo, Dr Emma Harrison - 'TIA and Stroke: a Clinical Audit perspective'  

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5 July 2021

Chair: Prof Ruth Hubbard 

**Pizza Lunch served at 11:50am in the TRI Auditorium Foyer**
Dr Yumi Oh Rheumatology ‘Achy heart after achy arm"

A/Prof Helen Benham TRI Director Clinical Translation - ‘How can clinicians and researchers work together at TRI?"

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