Surgical Research Conference

The conference will be held from 12:00 noon to 1:00pm

Every 2nd Thursday of the month in Menino 2B

Every 4th Wednesday of the month in Menino 2A

The goal of the conference is to further infuse the residency program and the Department of Surgery as a whole, with a goal towards academic achievement and collaboration.  The format of the conference includes a 20-30 minute casual lecture on a particular topic that is applicable towards research.  Residents, students and faculty present their research questions, projects and ideas, and review at regular intervals how the projects are progressing.  Selected guests lectures are invited from inside and outside of the BUSM/BMC community.  At the end of each meeting an open forum takes place which hopefully leads to new collaboration on projects.

The conference is highly encouraged, although not mandatory.

Past Lectures

Strategies for Translating our Research to Increase Impact
Dr. Scott Solberg

HDAC Inhibition in Diabetic Myocardium and Protection
Dr. Ting Zhao

Working with the Communications Office
Maria Ober

Doing Research using BMC’s Clinical Data Warehouse
Linda Rosen

Understanding Measurement for Improvement
Dr. James Moses

Decreasing Cancer Care Disparities through Population-Centered Interventions
Dr. Abdul Calvino & Dr. John Hardaway

IRB Compliance
Dr. Marina Malikova

Public Health Approach to the Prevention of Firearm Injury
Dr. Miriam Neufeld

Use of Computer Simulation in the Delivery of Surgical Care
Dr. Jacob Nudel

Resident-as-Teacher Programs in General Surgery Residency
Dr. Luise Pernar

Navigating the Extramural Funding Process: A Roadmap for Success in the Competitive World of Grants
Dr. Allison LeBlanc

Quality Improvement and Clinical Research Using Vascular Quality Initiative
Dr. Douglas Jones

Socioeconomic Disparity in Lung Cancer Screening
Dr. Kei Suzuki

Toe Amputations
Dr. Hau Pham

How to Use STATA
Dr. Thurston Drake

How to Evaluate Power & Sample Size in a Research Study
Dr. Teviah Sachs
Sing Chau Ng, MS

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