City-Wide Medical Grand Rounds: Organoids as potential vehicles for precision medicine

May 16, 2018

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12:00pm–1:00pm
City-Wide Medical Grand Rounds

Details

David Andrews portraitOrganoids as potential vehicles for precision medicine

David Andrews, PhD

Director and Senior Scientist, Biological Sciences, Sunnybrook Research Institute
Professor, Departments of Biochemistry and Medical Biophysics, University of Toronto
Canada Research Chair in Membrane Biogenesis 

Learning Objectives:

At the end of the presentation, participants should be able to:

  1. Recognize the concept of conditional reprogramming and how this differs from induced pluripotency.
  2. Describe what an organoid is and how organoids can be used to study human physiology.
  3. Summarize the use of organoids in drug development applications.
  4. Predict the utility of organoids in clinical trials, diagnosis and treatment decisions.

Hosted at:

  • University Health Network – Toronto General Hospital
    Medical Education, Eaton Ground 025/026

Interactive videoconference:

  • Baycrest
    Telehealth boardroom
  • Markham Stouffville
    A2317/18
  • Michael Garron
    Gray Steele conference room
  • Sinai Health
    Bridgepoint: G.001
    Mount Sinai Hospital: 18th floor auditorium
  • St. Michael’s
    LKSKI: Keenan Research Centre auditorium - 2nd fl.
  • Sunnybrook
    Bayview: McLaughlin Lecture Theatre, EG 61
    St. John's Rehab: S3 332
  • Trillium Health Partners
    Credit Valley: ADMIN Meeting Room #1 (4F119)
    Mississauga: Enbridge Room
  • University Health Network
    Toronto Western: Main auditorium, 2W 401
  • West Park
    R3 Sunroom
  • Women's College
    Auditorium, 2501

Webcast availableTwitter hashtag #CWMGR

Questions will be accepted via email at uoft.cwmgr@gmail.com and Twitter.  

Evaluation & Attendance

Attendance for Maintenance of Certification credit will only be tracked if the evaluation and attendance surveys are completed.

PDF iconCWMGR Poster - 18-05-16.pdf (80.45 KB)

Location

University Health Network – Toronto General Hospital
Medical Education, ENG 025/026, 200 Elizabeth Street
Toronto
M5G 2C4

Contact

Christian Base
416-978-4499
2018-05-16 16:00:00 2018-05-16 17:00:00 UTC City-Wide Medical Grand Rounds: Organoids as potential vehicles for precision medicine Organoids as potential vehicles for precision medicine David Andrews, PhD Director and Senior Scientist, Biological Sciences, Sunnybrook Research InstituteProfessor, Departments of Biochemistry and Medical Biophysics, University of TorontoCanada Research Chair in Membrane Biogenesis  Learning Objectives: At the end of the presentation, participants should be able to: Recognize the concept of conditional reprogramming and how this differs from induced pluripotency. Describe what an organoid is and how organoids can be used to study human physiology. Summarize the use of organoids in drug development applications. Predict the utility of organoids in clinical trials, diagnosis and treatment decisions. Hosted at: University Health Network – Toronto General HospitalMedical Education, Eaton Ground 025/026 Interactive videoconference: BaycrestTelehealth boardroom Markham StouffvilleA2317/18 Michael GarronGray Steele conference room Sinai HealthBridgepoint: G.001Mount Sinai Hospital: 18th floor auditorium St. Michael’sLKSKI: Keenan Research Centre auditorium - 2nd fl. SunnybrookBayview: McLaughlin Lecture Theatre, EG 61St. John's Rehab: S3 332 Trillium Health PartnersCredit Valley: ADMIN Meeting Room #1 (4F119)Mississauga: Enbridge Room University Health NetworkToronto Western: Main auditorium, 2W 401 West ParkR3 Sunroom Women's CollegeAuditorium, 2501 Webcast available Questions will be accepted via email at uoft.cwmgr@gmail.com and Twitter.   Evaluation & Attendance Attendance for Maintenance of Certification credit will only be tracked if the evaluation and attendance surveys are completed. CWMGR Poster - 18-05-16.pdf (80.45 KB) Medical Education, ENG 025/026, 200 Elizabeth Street - University Health Network – Toronto General Hospital christian.base@utoronto.ca
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