Seminar Details

APRIL 27, 2015 through MAY 4, 2015


Academic Events
Monday, April 27, 2015
  Orthopaedic Surgery:   Adult Reconstructive Surgery Team A --- 6:30 AM, HJD Loeb Auditorium - Contact Ana Sermeno-Dejesus at Ana.Dejesus@nyumc.org
  Dept. of Environmental Medicine:   Molecular Toxicology and Carcinogenesis Journal Club - "Nicotinamide Enhances Repair of Arsenic and Ultraviolet Radiation-Induced DNA Damage in HaCaT Keratinocytes and Ex Vivo Human Skin --- Yusha Zhu Graduate Assistant NYU School of Medicine Department of Environmental Medicine , 12:00 PM, Sterling Forest Auditorium - Contact Helen Duss at Helen.Duss@nyumc.org
  Neuroscience:   Neuroscience Colloquium --- "Axonal Health: Metabolism Takes Center Stage" , Jeffrey Milbrandt, MD, PhD James S McDonnell Professor of Genetics; Chair, Department of Genetics Washington University in St. Louis , 12:00 PM, Alumni Hall A - Contact Carmen McCaffery at 39474 or at Carmen.Mccaffery@nyumc.org
  Human Subjects Research Administration:   Advanced Topics of the IRB - How to Keep a Regulatory Binder --- "This session will provide attendees with information on what documents need to be included in a regulatory binder. Attendees will receive guidance on the contents of a regulatory binder, directions for keeping the study documents updated and centrally located and obtain an overview of the IRB office staff available to assist you with your questions. Brown bag session. All attendees are invited to bring lunch. Register for this session using the IDevelop system. See instructions: http://irb.med.nyu.edu/researchers/courses/schedule" 12:00 PM, One Park Avenue, 6 Floor
  Translational Research In Progress:   Translational Research in Progress (TRIP) Seminar --- "TRIP (Translational Research in Progress) is a research seminar series co-sponsored by the Department of Medicine and the Clinical and Translational Science Institute. The topics for this seminar are: "Unintended effects of early-life antibiotic administration on the intestinal microbiota and host immunity" and "Environmental Modifiers of Cardiovascular Disease Risk in Diabetes"." , Victoria E. Ruiz, PhD Postdoctoral Fellow NYU School of Medicine Department of Medicine , Jonathan D. Newman, MD Instructor NYU School of Medicine Department of Medicine , 1:00 PM, Smilow Research Center, 1st Floor Multipurpose Room - Contact Lilly Sypher at (212) 263-2978 or at Lilly.Sypher@nyumc.org
  Pathology Seminars:   Pathology Grand Rounds --- "Gastrointestinal stromal tumor - update on entity and differential diagnosis" , Markku Miettinen, MD Senior Clinician and Head of Surgical Pathology, Laboratory of Pathology NCI Bethesda, Maryland , 1:15 PM, Smilow Seminar Room - Contact Lindsay Ashford at 212-263-1063 or at Lindsay.Ashford@nyumc.org
  Sackler Institute:   The Autophagy Protein Atg16L1 and Staphylococcus aureus Pathogenesis --- "Thesis Defense: Katie Maurer, MD, PhD candidate Thesis Advisor: Ken Cadwell Training Program: Immunology & Inflammation" 2:00 PM, Skirball 4th floor seminar room - Contact Lisabeth Greene at Lisabeth.Greene@nyumc.org
  Honors Program:   Decoding the Gene Regulatory Logic of Neuronal Cell Type Specification --- "One of the central questions in developmental neurobiology is how a developing organism can generate a vast array of distinct neuronal cell types. For a terminally differentiating neuron this question boils down to a gene regulatory question: how is the expression of the distinct batteries of genes that define the terminal, functional properties of distinct neuron type induced and maintained? Through the decoding of cis-regulatory elements and forward genetic screens in the nematode C.elegans, my laboratory has begun to uncover what appear to some simple, phylogenetically conserved principles that underlie the generation of diverse neuronal identities." , Oliver Hobert, PhD Professor of Systems Biology, and of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics Columbia University Medical Center New York City Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute , 4:00 PM, ALumni Hall - Classroom B - Contact Josephine Markiewicz at 263-3815 or at Josephine.Markiewicz@nyumc.org
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
  Orthopaedic Surgery:   Adult Reconstructive Surgery Team B --- 6:30 AM, HJD Library - Contact Ana Sermeno-Dejesus at Ana.Dejesus@nyumc.org
  Orthopaedic Surgery:   Pediatric Orthopaedic Conference --- 6:30 AM, Center for Children Rotunda - Contact Ana Sermeno-Dejesus at Ana.Dejesus@nyumc.org
  Orthopaedic Surgery:   Sports Medicine Conference --- 6:30 AM, CMC 6th Floor - Contact Ana Sermeno-Dejesus at Ana.Dejesus@nyumc.org
  Orthopaedic Surgery:   Hand Surgery --- 7:00 AM, HJD Pathology Conference Room - Contact Ana Sermeno-Dejesus at Ana.Dejesus@nyumc.org
  Orthopaedic Surgery:   Spine Conference --- 7:00 AM, HJD Library - Contact Ana Sermeno-Dejesus at Ana.Dejesus@nyumc.org
  Kimmel Wound Healing Center:   Helen L. & Martin S. Kimmel Hyperbaric and Advanced Wound Healing Conference --- "Our guest speaker is Caterina Minniti, MD, Sickle Cell Vascular Disease Section, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute Hemotology" Ernest Chiu, MD, Director. Didactic conference is open for NYULMC Faculty, Fellows, Nurses, PAs/NPs, and Medical Students. CME accredited meeting discussing topics in wound repair." 8:00 AM, Ambulatory Care Center 240 East 38th Street 13th Floor - Contact Tanya Melendez at 212-598-6500 or at Tanya.Melendez@nyumc.org
  Sackler Institute:   Identification and Characterization of Novel Regulators of Lipid Metabolism --- "Thesis Defense: Leigh Goedeke, PhD candidate Thesis Advisor: Carlos Fernandez-Hernando, PhD Training Program: Pathobiology and Translational Medicine" 10:00 AM, Alumni Hall A - Contact Lisabeth Greene at Lisabeth.Greene@nyumc.org
  Population Health - Division of Biostatistics:   Big data integration in biomedical studies: Personal views and experiences --- "Motivated by recent work on studying massive imaging, genetic, and clinical data invarious biomedical studies, our group proposes three sets of statistical models including imaging on scalar models, image-on-genetic association models, and prediction models for big data integration. Our statistical models explicitly overcome many challenges in big data integration, brain development, and genetic analysis of high-dimensional brain measurements. We develop some fast estimation procedures to simultaneously estimate parameters of interest. We systematically investigate the asymptotic properties (e.g., consistency and asymptotic normality) of various parameter estimates. Our Monte Carlo simulation and real data analysis have confirmed the excellent performance of our models in different applications. Our novel statistical methods are applicable to a variety of neuroimaging studies and imaging genetic studies of, e.g., neuropsychiatric disorders, major neurodegenerative diseases, substance use disorders, as well as normal brain development." , Hongtu Zhu, Ph.D. Professor University of North Carolina Gillings School of Global Public Health North Carolina , 11:00 AM, 650 First Avenue, 5th Floor Conference Room - Contact Bernice Townsend at 212-263-0363 or at Bernice.Townsend@nyumc.org
  Dept. of Medicine:   Hospitalist Journal Club --- "The article, New Oral Anticoagulants in Elderly Adults: Evidence from a Meta-Analysis of Randomized Trials", Journal of the American Geriatric Society,62:857?864,2014, will be discussed." 12:00 PM, Skirball 5th Floor Conference Room - Contact Linda Pacitti at 212-263-2868 or at Linda.Pacitti@nyumc.org
  Cell, Developmental, and Stem Cell Biology Seminars:   Seeing is believing: peripheral nerve regeneration in live zebrafish --- Michael Granato, Ph.D. Professor, Department of Cell & Developmental Biology University of Pennsylvania, Perelman School of Medicine , 12:00 PM, Skirball 4th Floor Conference Room - Contact Julia Gelman at 33935 or at Julia.Gelman@nyumc.org
  Population Health - ARDIS Seminars:   The Organization and Performance of Accountable Care Organizations: Results from a Mixed-Methods Study --- Thomas D'Aunno, PhD Professor of Public Health Policy and Management New York University , 12:30 PM, 227 East 30th Street, between 2nd and 3rd Avenues, Translational Research Building ? Seminar Room 717 - Contact Meghan Gerard at 646-501-2543 or at Meghan.Gerard@nyumc.org
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
  Orthopaedic Surgery:   Orthopaedic Core Curriculum --- 6:30 AM, HJD Library - Contact Ana Sermeno-Dejesus at Ana.Dejesus@nyumc.org
  Anesthesiology:   VISITING PROFESSOR GUEST LECTURE SERIES --- "A RESIDENT'S PERSPECTIVE OF THE HISTORY OF ANESTHESIA" , RYAN POTOSKY, MD CHIEF RESIDENT NYU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE NEW YORK, NY , 7:00 AM, COLES 109 SR - Contact Olga Desrosiers at 263-6343 or at Olga.Desrosiers@nyumc.org
  Plastic Surgery:   Mandible Reconstruction --- "Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds" , Robert Allen Jr, MD Plastic Surgery Resident NYU School of Medicine , 7:00 AM, Bellevue Hospital, Bogert Education Center, CD522 - Contact Carla Navarro at Carla.Navarro@nyumc.org
  Otolaryngology:   iPhone Applications for Otology --- Daniel Jethanamest, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , 7:15 AM, Smilow Multipurpose Room - Contact Monica Caraballo at 212-263-6344 or at Monica.Caraballo@nyumc.org
  Ob/Gyn:   Centers for Excellence in Minimally Invasive Gynecology --- Julia Keltz, MD Chief Resident NYU School of Medicine New York, NY Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology , 7:30 AM, Smilow First Floor Seminar Room - Contact Maricela Acevedo at 212-263-5093 or at Maricela.Acevedo@nyumc.org
  Plastic Surgery:   Fibular Harvest and Use In Reconstruction --- "Plastic Surgery Grand Rounds" , Colleen McCarthy, MD Plastic Surgeon Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center New York City , 7:45 AM, Bellevue Hospital, Bogert Education Center, CD522 - Contact Carla Navarro at Carla.Navarro@nyumc.org
  Grand Rounds - Department of Medicine:   Neutrophil Extracellular Traps (NETs) Fueling Disease --- Denisa Wagner, PhD Edwin Cohn Professor of Pediatrics
Program in Cellular and Molecular Medicine Division of Hematology/Oncology, Boston Children?s Hospital
Harvard Medical School , 7:45 AM, Schwartz Lecture Hall E | NYU Langone Medical Center - Contact Adrew Levy, MD at Andrew.Levy@nyumc.org
  Otolaryngology:   Head & Neck Surgery & Oncology Multidisciplinary Tumor Board --- Babak Givi, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , David Myssiorek, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , Mark DeLacure, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , 8:30 AM, Smilow Multipurpose Room - Contact Monica Caraballo at 212-263-6344 or at Monica.Caraballo@nyumc.org
  Ob/Gyn:   NYUDOG Reserach Conferance --- "Adhesion Molecules and Sperm" , Joseph Alukal, MD. Assistant Professor, Department of Urology, Assistant Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Director Repro Health & Benign Dis of Prostate NYU Langone Medical Center , 8:30 AM, Smilow B Conferance room
  Otolaryngology:   Mock Oral Boards --- Babak Givi, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , 9:30 AM, Smilow Multipurpose Room - Contact Monica Caraballo at 212-263-6344 or at Monica.Caraballo@nyumc.org
  Otolaryngology:   Laryngology Case Review --- Milan Amin, MD Faculty NYU Langone Medical Center , 10:15 AM, Smilow Multipurpose Room - Contact Monica Caraballo at 212-263-6344 or at Monica.Caraballo@nyumc.org
  Dept. of Medicine:   Hospitalist Morbidity and Mortality Conference --- "Drs. Aron Mednick and Catherine Constable will be the presenters." 12:00 PM, Smilow 1A Conference Room - Contact Linda Pacitti at 212-263-2868 or at Linda.Pacitti@nyumc.org
  Other Neuroscience Seminars:   Neuroscience Weekly Group Meeting --- "Stavropoulos Lab" 12:00 PM, Smilow 1st Floor Seminar Room
  Population Health Research Seminars:   A Psychobiological Model of the Development of Self-Regulation --- Clancy Blair, PhD Professor of Cognitive Psychology Department of Applied Psychology, NYU Steinhardt , 12:00 PM, Translational Research Building | 227 E 30th Street , 7th Floor | Seminar Room 717 - Contact Beverly Borg at 646-501-2522 or at beverly.borg@nyumc.org
  Skirball Seminar Series:   How to Win Partners and Influence Synapses: Mechanisms of Neuronal Organization on the Fly --- Timothy Mosca, Ph.D. Postdoctoral Fellow Stanford University , 1:00 PM, SKI 4th Floor Seminar Room - Contact Nancy Rodriguez at 212-263-2989 or at Nancy.Rodriguez@med.nyu.edu
  Population Health - Division of Medical Ethics:   Division of Medical Ethics Colloquium-Ruth L. Fischbach, PhD, MPE Professor of Bioethics Director of the Center for Bioethics Columbia University "Moral Courage in the Face of Stigma Associated with Autism? --- 1:00 PM, 227 East 30th Street, Seminar Room 120 - Contact Jessica Wico at Jessica.Wico@NYUMC.ORG
  Perlmutter Cancer Center:   Laura & Isaac Perlmutter Cancer Research Seminar Series --- "Lecture Title- TBA" , Dihua Yu, MD,PhD Hubert L. & Olive Stringer Distinguished Chair in Basic Science Professor, Department of Molecular and Cellular Oncology Deputy Chair, Department of Molecular and Cellular Oncology The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center , 4:30 PM, Smilow Seminar Room - Contact Sharon Pineda at 212-263-6530 or at Sharon.Pineda@nyumc.org
Thursday, April 30, 2015
  Ophthalmology:   Ophthalmology Surgical Conference --- Laurence Sperber, MD Attending NYU School of Medicine 462 First Avenue , 7:00 AM, Bellevue Hospital, 462 First Avenue, NBV 5N18 - Contact Denise Ortiz at 212-263-3263 or at Denise.Ortiz@nyumc.org
  Sackler Institute:   Mechanisms Promoting Autophagy in Innate Immunity to Mycobacterium tuberculosis --- "Thesis Defense: Erik Sakowski, PhD candidate Thesis Advisor: Jennifer Philips, MD, PhD Training Program: Microbiology" 9:00 AM, Coles 109 - Contact Lisabeth Greene at Lisabeth.Greene@nyumc.org
  Population Health Grand Rounds:   Distinguishing Second Primary Cancers from Metastases: Statistical Challenges in Testing Clonal Relatedness of Tumors --- Colin Begg, PhD Chairman and Attending Biostatistician, Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Professor of Biostatistics and Public Health, Cornell University , 9:00 AM, Translational Research Building | 227 E 30th Street , 1st Floor Seminar Room 120 - Contact Beverly Borg at 646-501-2522 or at beverly.borg@nyumc.org
  Psychiatry:   Dept. of Psychiatry Grand Rounds --- "ECT at Bellevue: The Next Generation" , Dennis M. Popeo, MD Associate Professor of Psychiatry, NYU Langone Medical Center Director of ECT Service and Geriatric Psychiatry Consultation Bellevue Hospital Center , 11:00 AM, Smilow Seminar Room - Contact Ellen Lerner at 646-754-4854 or at Ellen.Lerner@nyumc.org
  Population Health - SOLVE:   UMPH Seminar --- Stella Kang, MD Assistant Professor NYU School of Medicine , 12:00 PM, Translational Research Building, 227 East 30th Street, Room 619, New York, NY 10016 - Contact Ayesha Malik at Ayesha.Malik@nyumc.org
  Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology:   Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology Seminar Series --- "TBD" , Andre Nussenzweig, PhD Laboratory Chief, Laboratory of Genome Integrity NIH/NCI Bethesda, MD , 2:00 PM, Smilow 1st Floor Seminar Room - Contact Lori Fortunato at 3-9430 or at Lori.Fortunato@nyumc.org
  Pathology Seminars:   Special Seminar with Dr. Shakti Ramkissoon --- Shakti Ramkissoon, MD, PhD Instructor Harvard Medical School Boston, MA , 3:30 PM, Smilow Seminar Room - Contact Michelle Wicinski at 3-9898 or at Michelle.Wicinski@nyumc.org
Friday, May 1, 2015
  Orthopaedic Surgery:   Sports Conference --- 6:30 AM, CMC 6th Floor - Contact Ana Sermeno-Dejesus at Ana.Dejesus@nyumc.org
  Cardiology:   2014 Evidence-Based Hypertension Guidelines by the JNC 8 Panel --- William Cushman, MD Prof of Medicine Univ of Tennessee , 8:00 AM, Skirball 4 seminar room - Contact Estelle Bonner at 33967 or at Estelle.Bonner@nyumc.org
  Infectious Diseases Grand Rounds:   Characterization of the Epidemic of Sexually-transmitted Hepatitis C Infection Among HIV-infected MSM --- Daniel Fierer, MD Associate Professor, Infectious Diseases Mount Sinai Hospital , 8:00 AM, Coles 101 - Contact Ming Chan at Ming.Chan@nyumc.org
  Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology:   Severo Ochoa Lecture --- "Novel mechanism of action (nMoA) compounds in therapeutics discovery" , Stuart L. Schreiber, PhD Director of Chemical Biology HHMI Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT , 12:00 PM, Schwartz Lecture Hall E - Contact Lori Fortunato at 3-9430 or at Lori.Fortunato@nyumc.org

Public Events
Monday, April 27, 2015
  CTSI:   TREC Certificate in Translational Research Applications Due --- "TREC Certificate in Translational Research applications are due Monday, April 27th at 5pm. For more information and to apply: http://www.med.nyu.edu/ctsi/research/translational-research-education-and-careers/degree-programs-and-certificates/certificate-t For general inquiries contact Claudia Galeano, TREC Program Coordinator: Claudia.Galeano@nyumc.org" 5:00 PM, N/A - Contact Allison Zucker at 212-263-2584 or at Allison.Zucker@nyumc.org
  CTSI:   TREC MS in Clinical Investigation Applications Due --- "TREC Masters of Science Program in Clinical Investigation (Translational Medicine, Health Innovations and Therapeutics, and Dual MD/MSCI Degree tracks) applications are due Monday, April 27th at 5pm. For more information and to apply: http://www.med.nyu.edu/ctsi/researcher-resources/training-and-education/degree-programs/msci For general inquiries contact Claudia Galeano, TREC Program Coordinator: msciprogram@nyumc.org" 5:00 PM, N/A - Contact Allison Zucker at 212-263-2584 or at Allison.Zucker@nyumc.org
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
  Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute:   Rehabilitation Medicine/Rusk Institute: Resident Didactic Lecture Series --- "1:00 - 3:00 PM - "Cardiac Physiology" and "Cardiac Rehabilitation" presented by Dr. Jonathan Whiteson, MD, Medical Director of Cardiac Rehabilitation, Assistant Professor, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, NYULMC" 1:00 PM, Alumni Hall B at NYU Langone Medical Center - Contact Kevin Tabije at Kevin.Tabije@nyumc.org
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
  NYU Langone Medical Center Public:   Urology Grand Rounds --- "Department of weekly Urology Grand Rounds" 7:15 AM, Skirball 3rd Seminar Room - Contact Sabine Gay at Sabine.Gay@nyumc.org
  Neurosurgery:   Cerebrovascular Conference --- "Jafar Jafar, MD" 7:30 AM, Alumni Hall A - Contact Allison George Lucas at 212-263-6416 or at Allison.GeorgeLucas@nyumc.org
  CTSI:   Molecular Biophysics Program Seminar Series --- "The Molecular Biophysics Program Seminar Series will host a seminar entitled "Structure and insights into the function of a calcium-activated chloride channel" on Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at 10:00 am in the Smilow Seminar Room. Dr. Stephen B. Long, Associate Member in the Program in Structural Biology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center will present. Contact Nicolette Cocco for more information." , Stephen B. Long, PhD Associate Member in the Program in Structural Biology Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center , 10:00 AM, Smilow Research Center, 1st Floor Multipurpose Room - Contact Allison Zucker at 212-263-2584 or at Allison.Zucker@nyumc.org
  Perlmutter Cancer Center:   Community Voices --- "The Center for Elimination of Cancer Disparities (CECD) Community Advisory Board is holding a town hall discussion regarding how the challenges that face various communities may contribute to cancer disparities. It is important to understand who you are and how that affects your risk for cancer, chances of early detection, and response to treatment. Learn from community leaders what they identify as priorities for addressing cancer disparities and potential areas for research and outreach.​" , Joseph Ravenell, MD, MS Assistant Professor Department of Population Health and Medicine Director, Diversity in Cancer Research, Perlmutter Cancer Center Moderator , 4:00 PM, NYU Langone Medical Center, 550 First Avenue (at 31st Street) Alumni Hall B - Contact Rachael Rennich at 212-263-2266 or at CancerEvents@nyumc.org
  Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine:   Intracerebral Hemorrhage: Recent Advances and Future Directions --- Aaron Sylvan Lord, MD Assistant Professor,Director of Neurocritical Care New York University Langone Medical Center , 5:00 PM, Saul Farber Auditorium - Contact Maria Tababan at 212-263-6479 or at Maria.Tababan@nyumc.org
  Ophthalmology:   Ophthalmology Grand Rounds-Surgical Injectable Course II --- Richard Lisman, MD Attending NYU School of Medicine 550 First Avenue , 5:30 PM, Bellevue Hospital, 462 First Avenue, NBV 5N18 - Contact Denise Ortiz at 212-263-3263 or at Denise.Ortiz@nyumc.org
Thursday, April 30, 2015
  Perlmutter Cancer Center:   Thyroid Cancer Interdisciplinary Program Meeting --- "Case conference" 5:30 PM, Skirball 2nd Floor Conference Room - Contact Marleigh Ulitsch at 212-263-3551 or at Marleigh.Ulitsch@nyumc.org
  Perlmutter Cancer Center:   Thyroid Cancer Interdisciplinary Program Meeting --- "Conference Case Discussion" 5:30 PM, Skirball 2nd Floor Conference Room - Contact Marleigh Ulitsch at 212-263-3551 or at Marleigh.Ulitsch@nyumc.org
Friday, May 1, 2015
  Neurosurgery:   Neurosurgery Spine Conference --- 7:00 AM, Alumni Hall A - Contact Allison George Lucas at 212-263-6416 or at Allison.GeorgeLucas@nyumc.org
  Neurosurgery:   Neurosurgery Grand Rounds --- "Morbidity and Mortality" 8:00 AM, Alumni Hall A - Contact Allison George Lucas at 212-263-6416 or at Allison.GeorgeLucas@nyumc.org
  NYU Langone Medical Center Public:   NYU Child Study Center Grand Rounds --- "Parental Psychopathology & Parenting: Impact on Developmental & Treatment Outcomes for Children with ADHD." , Andrea Chronis-Tuscano, PhD Professor, Director, Maryland ADHD Program Associate Editor, Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology University of Maryland , 11:00 AM, Child Study Center, One Park Avenue, 7th Floor, "Central Park" - Contact Thomas Canale at 646-754-5061 or at Thomas.Canale@nyumc.org
  Neurosurgery:   Pediatric Neurosurgery Conference --- "Jeffrey Wisoff, MD" 12:00 PM, Smilow A Conference Room - Contact Allison George Lucas at 212-263-6416 or at Allison.GeorgeLucas@nyumc.org
Sunday, May 3, 2015
  NYU Langone Medical Center Public:   Bellevue Literary Review Poetry & Prose Reading --- "Celebrate the spring issue of the Bellevue Literary Review, a journal of humanity and human experience published by the Department of Medicine at NYU Langone Medical Center. The BLR is a unique literary magazine that publishes fiction, nonfiction, and poetry about illness, health and healing. The reading will feature four authors from the Spring issue, including the winner of BLR's 2015 Felice Buckvar Prize for Nonfiction." 5:00 PM, Bellevue Hospital - Rotunda - Contact Stacy Bodziak at 212-263-3973 or at Stacy.Bodziak@nyumc.org

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