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Chief Resident Grand Rounds, presented by Dr. Monica Mullin and Dr. Thomas Swan

Max Moloney, MSc Candidate (Translational Medicine)

“Artificial Intelligence – Just What The Doctor Ordered” presented by Dr. David Holland

Caitlyn Vlasschaert, PhD student (Translational Medicine) and Queen’s Internal Medicine Resident

Draft KHSC New Transfusion Guidelines presented by Dr. Jeannie Callum

Jummy Oladipo, MSc Candidate (Translational Medicine)

At the February 11th Medical Grand Rounds, the Department of Medicine had the honour of hosting Dr. Jeannie Callum, a professor and director of Transfusion Medicine at Queen’s University. Dr. Callum’s presentation gave an overview of transfusion guidelines, focusing on the need to improve the appropriateness and efficiency of transfusion practices.


Being a graduate student in the COVID-19 pandemic: Lessons from our Translational Medicine (TMED) graduate students

A guest blog by TMED student Thalia Hua, MSc’21(Candidate) and President of the TMED Student Society and a short introduction by me.

IBD in the time of COVID-19 – Dr. Michael Beyak

Kassandra, Coyle, MSc'22 Candidate (Translational Medicine)

At the January 21st Medical Grand Rounds, the TMED students had the pleasure and privilege to learn from Dr. Michael Beyak. With a presentation entitled “IBD in the time of COVID-19”, Dr. Beyak presented on the common concerns of IBD patients, the impact and risks of IBD on COVID-19, as well as the concerns and guidelines for the COVID-19 vaccine.

"Entering the Era of Precision Medicine in Acute Myeloid Leukemia” – Dr. Guillaume Richard-Carpentier

Melinda Chelva, MSc Candidate (Translational Medicine)

It was a pleasure and privilege to hear Dr. Guillaume Richard-Carpentier present "Entering the Era of Precision Medicine in Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML)" at the Medical Grand Rounds last week. Dr. Richard-Carpentier provided an overview of the clinical and genetic heterogeneity of AML, the recent evolution of AML treatment, and the challenges related to precision medicine.


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