Alumni are invited to attend the Dean’s Research Symposia Series, which showcases leading research being conducted at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and the Wake Forest School of Medicine.
The symposia—modeled on TED talks—feature leading scientific investigators from Wake Forest sharing bold thinking, the latest discoveries and their passion to improve health.
Each session is an opportunity to discover some of our newest research, establish potential collaborations and see how we turn what we learn into what we do as a learning health care system. Each event includes an introduction by each relevant chair or director, presenters who are early and mid-career investigators, as well as trainees, residents, students and others.
These symposia are offered for free, and reservations are not required to attend. All symposia are scheduled to start at 4 pm, last two to three hours, and include time for Q&A.
DATES AND HOST DEPARTMENTS FOR UPCOMING SYMPOSIA ARE:
July 23 / Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Comprehensive Cancer Center, 10th Floor, Conference Rooms 10B and 10C
August 9 / Integrative Medicine
August 20 / Molecular Medicine and Center for Precision Medicine
September 5 / Department of Pediatrics
September 26 / Center for Redox Biology and Medicine
October 8 / Division of Public Health Sciences
October 29 / Department of Microbiology and Immunology
November 5 / Department of Internal Medicine
November 15 / Department of Neurosurgery
November 29 / Department of Dermatology
January 9, 2019 / Radiology Research
February 4, 2019 / CEAL/Medical Education
February 13, 2019 / Critical Illness, Injury and Recovery Center
Presentation agendas and details for specific symposia are announced in the weeks leading up to each session. To learn locations and details, email us at email@example.com.