The MSTP Grand Rounds Series was conceived as a vehicle to showcase not only the MSTP program, but also to highlight the important biomedical research of University of Iowa investigators.  These approximately 50-minute presentations are divided into two integrated sections:  the first is a clinical presentation describing an interesting case and the relevant diagnostic information (laboratory tests, biopsies and imaging studies).  The second section is a scientific presentation of a focused avenue of research directly related to the case; it may be in the area of diagnosis, pathogenesis, or therapeutic intervention.  Grand Round presentations are made by MSTP students with advising from a faculty committee. Information about past Grand Rounds presentations is included below.


5/31/2017

12:00 pm

Med Alum E331 GH
“Staying Balanced: The key to keeping your balance is knowing when you've lost it”

Michael Zhang, M6G
Lori Wheeler, M6G 
9/23/2016

12:00 pm

1110 MERF
“Staying Balanced: The key to keeping your balance is knowing when you've lost it”

Michael Zhang, M5G
Lori Wheeler, M5G 
4/16/2016

4:00 pm

Kelch 1289 CBRB
“Here, there be Monsters: A Case of Sudden Neurological Distress”

Eric Monson, M5G
Dan Fox, M6G 
1/15/2016

12:00 pm

2117 MERF
“A New Year's Toast: Confusion with a Twist”

Kale Bongers, M6G
Marie Kim, M5G 
12/4/2015

12:00 pm

2117 MERF
“With Friends like These...”

Gwen Clay, M6G
Nurbek Mambetsariev, M5G 
11/6/2015

12:00 pm

Kelch 2189 CBRB
“Interference with Interferon: A Case of Lost Signals”

Tyler Rasmussen, M6G
Katy Proch, M5G 
1/7/2015

12:30 pm

2117 MERF
“A Lick with Bite: Pasteurella multocida meningitis in neonate following incidental exposure to pet dog”

Jones Nauseef, M6G
Madeliene Stump, M5G