MSTP Ground Rounds is a monthly case-based small group style discussion of a clinical problem and relevant state-of-the-art science. For each session, a MSTP students in the second year of the graduate phase will work with their MSTP Clinical Continuity mentor to select a case that highlights the particular clinical problem and develop a “Morbidity and Mortality” style presentation of the case. Following the case presentation, the student and faculty guru will lead the group in an interactive grand rounds style presentation of the current science aimed at understanding the highlighted clinical problem.
Specific objectives of MSTP Grand Rounds include:
- To highlight the impact of basic, translational and epidemiological research on prevention, detection and treatment of human disease
- To provide an opportunity for students to network with established University of Minnesota physician scientists in a field of interest
- To provide a regular venue for interaction among students, residents, fellows, and faculty interested in the application of basic research to clinical medicine
MSTP Grand Rounds is open to all University of Minnesota MSTP students, MD students, medical residents, medical fellows, and faculty.
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Elise Breed - A 42 year old woman with abdominal pain.
1-101 Microbial Research Facility (MRF)
Friday, December 16, 2016
Germán Vélez Reyes - A 2 year old female with fever and swelling
Monday, January 23, 2017
Lee Meier - An elderly woman with dizziness and leg pain
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Amanda Barks - A 5-year-old male with short stature
Monday, March 6, 2017
Adam Cheng - A 53-year old man with hemophilia
Monday, April 17, 2017
Ethan Leng - A 59-year old man with prostate cancer
Wednesday, May 31, 2007
Rebecca Speltz - A 58 year old woman with high arches and leg weakness
Tuesday, June 6, 2007
Sruthi Valluri - A 55-year old male with uncontrolled diabetes