The program will be available until funds have been exhausted.
Ajit Sachdeva, MD, FRCSC, FACS, founding director of the Division of Education for the American College of Surgeons, will give the Edwin C.
Every year the topics are chosen by the presenting resident with the research conducted under the guidance of a faculty sponsor.
The top two presenters will be honored at the Chief Resident Graduation Banquet to be held following the research colloquium at p.m. The Department of Surgery at the UND School of Medicine & Health Sciences coordinates the lectureship and colloquium.
For further information or questions, contact Geralyn Lunski, conference coordinator, (701) 777-2589.
The North Dakota Museum of Art has a few registration spots open in "Art and Music Around the World"!
Have a fun time with your child, grandchild, niece, or nephew.
James, MD, (1932–1994), professor and chair of the University of North Dakota School of Medicine & Health Sciences Department of Surgery from 1980 to 1989.
James was dean of the School of Medicine & Health Sciences from 1988 to 1993.
All reviewers will be bound by confidentiality agreements and will sign non-disclosure documents.
As mandated by the NIH-funded COBRE grant program, the proposals must also be reviewed and evaluated by the Neuroscience COBRE grant’s External Advisory Board.
He founded the Surgical Residency Program at the School.
The Surgical Resident Research Colloquium will follow the lecture at p.m. Each resident will present a research topic that will be judged by a panel of invited physicians or faculty members.
We want to encourage and facilitate neuroscience research leading to commercialization of research discoveries.