Grand Rounds Archives

UTHSC Department of Internal Medicine prides itself in hosting a premier grand rounds series, featuring world-class speakers both local and from around the globe.

Grand Rounds are held on Wednesday mornings at 8am in the Coleman Building North Auditorium, and the archived video of that presentation will appear here shortly afterwards.

2015 Videos

2014 Videos

2013 Videos

  • 20: Anaphylasix
    • Phil Lieberman, MD
      Chief, Allergy and Clinical Immunology, Baptist Memorial Hospital
      Clinical Professor of Pediatrics, UTHSC
  • 13: Hypertension Research Day
    • 8:00am - Arterial Stiffness - What does it add when I already know the Blood Pressure
        Raymond Thompson, MD, Professor of Medicine, Univ. of Pennsylvania
    • 9:00am - Leonard Share Memorial Lecture
      Discovery of Hydrogen Sulfide as a Gastrotransmitter in the CV System
        Rui Wang, MD, PhD, Vice President, Lakehead University
    • 10:15am - E. Eric Muirhead Hypertension Research Day Lecture
      ER Stress, Oxidative Stress and Hypertension: It's all in your Head
        Robin L. Davisson, PhD, Andrew Dickson White Professor of Molecular Physiology, Cornell
    • 11:15am - Hypertension Treatment Guidelines in Patients with - Chronic Kidney Disease: Is it Appropriate to Extrapolate from the General Population
        Csaba Kovesdy, MD, Fred Hatch Professor of Medicine, Nephrology Director, Clinical Outcomes and Clinical Trials Program
  • 06: SREBPs - A Tale of Discovery and Molecular Medicine
    • Marshall Elam, MD, PhD
      Professor of Medicine, UTHSC
  • 25: Cardiac Cell Therapy: A Decade in Perspective
    • Buddhadeb Dawn, MD
      Maureen and Marvin Dunn Professor
      Director, Division of Cardiovascular Diseases
      Director, Cardiovascular Research Institute
      Director, Midwest Stem Cell Therapy Center
      Vice Chairman for Research, Department of Medicine

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