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December 15, 2014

Colleagues -

2014 has been a terrific year for the Department of Medicine with much progress and accomplishment across all the mission areas of research, clinical care and education. We plan to continue this tradition of excellence in the new year. We cannot do any of this without the support, commitment and hard work of everyone in our community.

The Department will observe the University-wide winter closure period starting Dec. 22 through Jan. 2. As we wrap up this year, I want to encourage you all to relax and enjoy time with your friends and family. I look forward to seeing you in 2015.

Best wishes,


Latest News
Ke Yuan recognized by AHA as promising young investigator. Read story
Dr. Thomas Krummel is the 2014 recipient of the Albion Walter Hewlett Award. Read story
Annual bone marrow transplantation workshop explores hematopoietic stem cell transplantation. Read story

Grand Rounds
Dec. 17: The Homeless: Experiencing the Full Spectrum of the Social Determinants of Health. View event
Jan. 7: Mentorship in an Academic Enterprise. View event
Jan. 21: Genes and Disease Associated with Protein and miRNA Secretion. View event

Department Events
Cancer Education Seminar – RTOG Head and Neck Cancer Trials. View event
ID Lecture Series – PK & PD of Antibiotics. View event
TRAM Presents – Irving Weissman on Careers and Research in Academic Medicine: A Personal Perspective. View event
DDCC Invited Speaker Series – IBD: the Path to Personalized Medicine. View event
Fellows Didactic Lecture – Hematolic Issues in GI and Hepatology. View event

The 2014 Winter Closure is scheduled for Dec. 22-Jan. 2. View more
Effective Jan. 25, all NIH-supported research that generates large-scale genomic data (>than 100 individual participants), must include a genomic data sharing plan when NIH proposals are submitted, and an Institutional Certification at Just-In-Time. View more

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