Dec 02 - 08, 2018
06:30AM 08:00AM Emory Haiti Alliance: June 2018 Surgical Trip Report: Speaker/Presenter: Faculty, resident, and medical student members of the Emory Haiti Alliance Talk Title: Surgical Grand Rounds Link: http://www.surgery.emory.edu/news-and-events/surgical-grand-rounds/upcoming_schedule.html Faculty, resident, and medical student leaders describe the Emory Haiti Alliance’s 2018 surgical trip to Hôpital Bienfaisance in Pignon, Haiti. FACULTY PRESENTERS Anesthesiology: Mark Caridi-Scheible, MD, Grant Lynde, MD, Cinnamon Sullivan, MD General and GI Surgery: Carla Haack, MD, Barbara Pettitt, MD, Joe Sharma, MD, Jahnavi Srinivasan, MD Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery: Steven Roser, DMD, MD Pediatric Surgery: Paul Parker, MD Urology: Jeff Carney, MD RESIDENT PRESENTERS Anesthesiology: Adam McKinney, MD, Huseyin Tunceroglu, MD General Surgery: Stuart Hurst, MD (now an acute care surgery fellow at Grady Memorial Hospital), Priya Rajdev, MD Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery: Brian Kinard, DDS (now an attending at Posnick Center for Facial Plastic Surgery, Chevy Chase, MD), Michael Yuan, DMD MEDICAL STUDENT PRESENTERS Uday Betarbet, Corinne Bicknese, Elizabeth Carpenter, Danielle Depalo, Stefanie Soelling, Lindsay Urquia CME credits are given for documented Grand Rounds attendance. For more information, contact the CME Office of the School of Medicine at 404.727.5695. Grand Rounds can also be viewed remotely at: Grady Memorial Hospital, Sherman Conference Room, 3rd floor, Glenn Building; Emory Johns Creek Hospital, Administrative Conference Room; Emory Saint Joseph's Hospital, Education Center, Classroom 4; and Emory University Hospital Midtown, Davis Fischer Building, Classroom 3. + Emory University Hospital Auditorium Campus Events
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04:00PM 04:00PM Opera, Media, and Society: Lecture by Tod Machover: University Event Topic: Arts School: Emory College Department / Organization: Music at Emory,Music Department,Schwartz Center for Performing Arts Artist: Tod Machover Type of Art: Music - Lectures/Discussions, Masterclasses, & Demonstrations Series: Schwartz Artist in Residence Event Open To: All (Public) Cost: Free; no ticket required Contact Name: Arts at Emory Box Office Contact Phone: 404-727-5050 Contact Email: boxoffice@emory.edu TOD MACHOVERSchwartz Artist in ResidenceLecture: "Opera, Media, and Society" Tod Machover has been called a “musical visionary” by The New York Times and “America’s most wired composer” by The Los Angeles Times. He is a co-founding member of the MIT Media Lab where he is the Muriel R. Cooper Professor of Music and Media, Academic Head of the Media Arts and Sciences degree program, and also directs the Opera of the Future Group. Machover's compositions have been awarded numerous prizes and honors worldwide, including the “Chevalier of Arts and Letters” from the French government, the 2016 Composer of the Year Award from Musical America, and a 2017 EMMY for the TV documentary about his Symphony in D for Detroit. Machover is also recognized for designing new technologies for music, such as Hyperinstruments, Hyperscore, and Guitar Hero that grew out of his Lab. Machover is especially celebrated for his visionary operas – such as the “robotic” Death and the Powers and for musical projects that build community and promote collaboration, such as his City Symphonies which have been created around the world since 2013 (from Perth to Lucerne to Detroit and beyond). Sponsored by the Music Department’s McDowell Lecture Series, The Donna and Marvin Schwartz Artist-In-Residence Program, The Center for Mind, Brain, and Culture, and The Hightower Fund + Psychology and Interdisciplinary Sciences Building, Room 290, 36 Eagle Row, Atlanta, GA 30322 Campus Events
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04:00PM 04:00PM Opera, Media, and Society: Lecture by Tod Machover: University Event Topic: Arts School: Emory College Department / Organization: Music at Emory,Music Department,Schwartz Center for Performing Arts Artist: Tod Machover Type of Art: Music - Lectures/Discussions, Masterclasses, & Demonstrations Series: Schwartz Artist in Residence Event Open To: All (Public) Cost: Free; no ticket required Contact Name: Arts at Emory Box Office Contact Phone: 404-727-5050 Contact Email: boxoffice@emory.edu TOD MACHOVERSchwartz Artist in ResidenceLecture: "Opera, Media, and Society" Tod Machover has been called a “musical visionary” by The New York Times and “America’s most wired composer” by The Los Angeles Times. He is a co-founding member of the MIT Media Lab where he is the Muriel R. Cooper Professor of Music and Media, Academic Head of the Media Arts and Sciences degree program, and also directs the Opera of the Future Group. Machover's compositions have been awarded numerous prizes and honors worldwide, including the “Chevalier of Arts and Letters” from the French government, the 2016 Composer of the Year Award from Musical America, and a 2017 EMMY for the TV documentary about his Symphony in D for Detroit. Machover is also recognized for designing new technologies for music, such as Hyperinstruments, Hyperscore, and Guitar Hero that grew out of his Lab. Machover is especially celebrated for his visionary operas – such as the “robotic” Death and the Powers and for musical projects that build community and promote collaboration, such as his City Symphonies which have been created around the world since 2013 (from Perth to Lucerne to Detroit and beyond). Sponsored by the Music Department’s McDowell Lecture Series, The Donna and Marvin Schwartz Artist-In-Residence Program, The Center for Mind, Brain, and Culture, and The Hightower Fund + Psychology and Interdisciplinary Sciences Building, Room 290, 36 Eagle Row, Atlanta, GA 30322 Campus Events
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06:00PM 07:30PM Guided Meditation and Kung Fu: University Event Topic: Campus Life & Student Orgs,College,Community,Diversity,International,Religion & Ethics,Seminars & Workshops,Special Event,Student & Campus Life Department / Organization: Religious Life Building/Room: Cannon Chapel Meeting Organizer/Sponsor: Emory Buddhist Club Event Open To: All (Public) Cost: Free Contact Email: emorybuddhistclub@gmail.com Venerable Jian Xiang, a Buddhist nun from local Dharma Jewel Monastery, Zen Meditation Center and Buddhist temple in Atlanta (www.dharmajewel.us), will lead Emory Buddhist Club this week. We will have a short guided mindfulness meditation, followed by tai chi and beginner's kung fu (faster movements than the time she was here earlier this semester) -- all welcome, even if it's your first time! Thursday Dec 6 at 6pm in Cannon Chapel main sanctuary (top floor), Emory University. And don't miss this as Ven. Jian Xiang is moving the following day to the Chung Tai Chan Monastery branch in San Francisco, Buddha Gate Monastery, so it will be her last event in Atlanta! Emory Buddhist Club meets every Thursday at 6pm in Cannon Chapel on the main Emory University campus. Everyone is invited. Free parking in Peavine Lot, 27 Eagle Row, a short walk from the main quad. Questions? EmoryBuddhistClub@Gmail.com Dharma Jewel Monastery hosts free guided meditation sessions at 10am on weekends in December. The Beginner's Zen Meditation and Buddhism course is 3 months long and starts on Thursday January 24, 2019 -- the class is free and provides an excellent foundation for practice and realization. www.atlantazen.org + Cannon Chapel Main Sanctuary Campus Events
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