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January 12, 2015

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Read on for the latest news and events, and keep up to date on all things DoM via Twitter, Facebook, and our website.

Latest News
Research associate Linh Nguyen is December’s Employee of the Month. Read story
Department of Medicine scientists receive seed grants for research on sex differences in cardiovascular disease. Read story

Grand Rounds
Jan. 14: The Solitary Pulmonary Nodule: A Pragmatic Approach to Management. View event
Jan. 21: Genes and Disease Associated with Protein and miRNA Secretion. View event
Jan. 28: Realizing the Promise: Effective Assessment and Competency-based Medical Education. View event

Department Events
GI Research Conference: Lactulose vs. PEG-3350 for Reversal of Hepatic Encephalopathy. View event
Cancer Education Seminar: Therapeutic Vaccines for Lymphoma. View event
Fellows Didactic Lecture: Pelvic Floor Dysfunction. View event

Faculty and Residents – This July, the General Medical Disciplines Division will be hosting a two-week clinical summer internship for high school and premed students. If you’re interested in participating as a mentor or teacher, please contact Dr. Eva Weinlander at More information about the program can be found here.
Employee of the Month nominations must be submitted by Jan. 15. View more
On January 21, Nobel laureate Randy Schekman will give the Edward Rubenstein Lecture. The title of his talk is "Genes and Disease Associated with Protein and miRA Secretion". View more

In the News
David Relman is quoted in the New York Times article "New Antibiotic Stirs Hope Against Resistant Bacteria".
The San Jose Mercury News highlights Mehrdad Ayati’s recently published book in the article "Healthy aging made simple".
San Francisco Magazine features Robert Fisher, Holbert Kohrt and others in their latest issue.

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