November 9 Double Feature: 1) Atypical Femur Fractures – Impact on
7:30am|N225 Osteoporosis Treatment Use, and 2) Opportunities for Ortho
Surgery Collaborations with Department of
Epidemiology/Biostatistics (through UCSF P30 Grant)
Dennis Black, PhD | Professor and Division Head, Clinical Trials & Multicenter Studies | Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics | UCSF
November 16 Multimodal Analgesia in Shoulder Arthroplasty
7:30am|N225 Dell McLaughlin, MD | Department of Orthopaedic Surgery | UCSF
November 23 NO GRAND ROUNDS – Thanksgiving Holiday week
November 30 War Surgery: Orthopaedic Lessons Learned from Modern conflict
7:30am|N225 Kurt Yusi, MD | Department of Orthopaedic Surgery | UCSF
Drs. Dell McLaughlin, Kurt Yusi, Brian Feeley, and Ms. Brenda Choy have no relationships to disclose. Dr. Dennis Black is a consultant for Radius and on the advisory board at Merck & Co, Inc. and Amgen Inc..
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