Seminars

Please note there will be no seminars on October 3rd or November 7th.

Future Seminars

Title Speaker Date & Time Location
Prevention of Bacterial Infections in Solid Organ Transplant Recipients: Challenges and Opportunities for Interdisciplinary Research Stephanie Pouch, MD Thursday
September 05, 2013
12:00-1:00pm
School of Nursing 617 West 168th St 1st Floor Lounge
Improving Antimicrobial Stewardship in the Neonatal ICU with Computed Decision Support R. Stanley Hum, MD Thursday
December 05, 2013
12:00-1:00pm
School of Nursing ~ 617 West 168th St ~ 1st Floor Lounge

Previous Seminars

Title Speaker Date & Time Location
The Association Between Prior Antibiotic Use and Necrotizing Enterocolitis in the Neonatal Population Jennifer Duchon, MD, MPH February 02, 2012
12-1pm
 
Tuberculosis Abroad and at Home: Progress and Challenges Neil Schluger, MD March 01, 2012
12-1pm
 
Transmission of Community-Associated Methicillin-Resistant Stahpylococcus aureus in Maximum Security Prisons Carolyn Herzig, MS April 05, 2012
12-1pm
 
Racial and Ethnic Differences in Infection Prevalence and Incidence in Hospitals Christie Jeon, ScD May 03, 2012
12-1pm
 
Reducing Exposure from Infectious Aerosols: Respiratory Source Control vs. Receiver Protection Gerald C. Smaldone, MD, PhD June 07, 2012
12:00-1:00pm
 
Infection Prevention Research: An Interdisciplinary Approach Elaine Larson, RN, PhD, CIC, FAAN September 06, 2012
12:00-1:00pm
 
Impact of Automated Surveillance on MRSA Isolation Barbara Ross, RN, BSN, CIC and Elaine Larson, RN, PhD, CIC, FAAN October 04, 2012
12:00-1:00pm
 
Challenges and Emerging Evidence in Infection Prevention in Adult and Pediatric Long-Term Care Facilities May Uchida, MSN, GNP-BC, Lisa Saiman, MD, MPH, and Ann-Margaret Navarra, PhD, CPNP-BC February 07, 2013
12:00-1:00pm
 
Improving Antimicrobial Prescribing Practices in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: The iNAP Study Lisa Saiman, MD, MPH December 06, 2012
12:00-1:00pm
 
Hand Hygiene Self-Assessments by US Healthcare Facilities : Research conducted by a multidisciplinary international team Laurie Conway, RN, MS, CIC January 03, 2013
12:00-1:00pm
 
Challenges of Measuring Hospital Multidrug-Resistant Organism Rates // Healthcare Worker Response to Direct Monitoring of Adherence to Isolation Precautions Yoko Furuya, MD, MS and Carolyn Herzig, MS, MPhil March 07, 2013
12:00-1:00pm
 
Risk Factors for Healthcare-Acquired Infections in Children Undergoing Cardiac Surgery Rebecca Turcotte, MD, PhD April 04, 2013
12:00-1:00pm
 
Risk Factors for Extended Spectrum β-Lactamase Escherichia coli Versus Susceptible E. coli in Surgical-site Infections among Cancer Patients Diana Vilar-Compte, MD, MSc May 02, 2013
12:00-1:00pm
 
A revolving door? Transmission of Staphylococcus aureus between Correctional Facilities and the Community Montina Befus, MPH, Carolyn Herzig, MS, MPhil, and Dhritiman Mukherjee, PhD June 06, 2013
12:00-1:00pm
 
The evolution of nursing students' intents to comply with Standard Precautions: an exploratory prospective cohort study Ilana Livshiz-Riven, PhD August 08, 2013
12:00-1:00pm
 
"Glucose control and healthcare-associated infections - what affects what?" Christie Jeon, ScD Thursday
September 1, 2011
12-1pm
School of Nursing
1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.
“Institutional and Patient-Level Predictors of Multi-Drug Resistant Infections” Monika Pogorzelska, PhD Thursday
October 6, 2011
12-1pm
School of Nursing
1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.
“Antibiotic Class Resistance of Gram Negative Organisms In Hospitalized Children” Sameer Patel, MD Thursday,
November 3, 2011
12-1pm
School of Nursing
1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.
“Presentations from TIRAR Pre-Doctoral Fellows” Laurie Conway, RN, MS, CIC and May Uchida, RN, MSN Thursday
December 1, 2011
12-1pm
School of Nursing
1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.
"Modeling Temporal Trends of Hospital Infections (and Generating Automatic Infection Reports from Electronic Data Systems)" Dr. Haomiao Jia
Columbia University School of Nursing
Thursday
June 2, 2011
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.

 

"ACURI, Appropriate Care of URI: An Intervention to Address Low Health Literacy for Latino Families in Early Head Start" Dr. Melissa Stockwell
PI, ACURI Project
Thursday
May 5, 2011
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.
"Bacteria at Butler: Understanding the Hygiene Habits of Columbia Undergraduates" Dr. Benjamin Miko
TIRAR Post-doctoral Fellow
Thursday
April 7, 2011
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.

 

"Risk Factors for Spread of Staphylococcus aureus in Prisons" The Prison S. aureus Research Team:
Dr. Dhritiman Mukherjee, Mr. Zoltan Apa, Ms. Sundary Sankaran, Ms. Caroline Lee, Dr. Elaine Larson, Dr. Franklin Lowy
Columbia University Medical Center
Thursday
March 3, 2011
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.
"Estimates of the Costs of Antimicrobial Resistant Infections" Matthew Neidell, PhD
Columbia University
Mailman School of Public Health
Department of Health Policy and Management
Thursday
February 3, 2011
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.
"Interdisciplinarity: How & Why" Melissa Begg, ScD
Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health
Elaine Larson, RN, PhD, FAAN, CIC
Columbia University School of Nursing
Thursday
January 6, 2011
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.

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"Observational Study of Visitor and Healthcare Worker Contacts with Patients and their Environments: Potential Risks for Infection Transmission" Sandra Hyman, RN, MPA, CIC
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
Lauren Rosenberg, BS
Columbia University
Bevin Cohen, MPH
CIRAR Project Coordinator
Thursday
December 2, 2010
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.
"Clinical Vignettes Provide an Understanding of Antibiotic Prescribing Practices in Neonatal Intensive Care Units" Sameer Patel, MD
Columbia University
Department of Pediatrics
Thursday
November 4, 2010
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.
SPECIAL CIRAR SEMINAR:
"Not Imagining the Worst: The Advance of MRSA" Download the Flyer
Maryn McKenna

Maryn McKenna is a science and medical writer. Her books, BEATING BACK THE DEVIL: On the Front Lines with the Disease Detectives of the Epidemic Intelligence Service & SUPERBUG: The Fatal Menace of MRSA chronicle her coverage of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Epidemiologic Intelligence Service.

Wednesday
November 3, 2010
2:00pm
Columbia University Medical Center Campus
622 West 168th Street, NY, NY
Physicians & Surgeons Building
Todd Amphitheatre, 16th Floor, Room 405
"Infections in Liver Transplantation: Trends in Pathogens and Emergence of Antimicrobial Resistance" Jennifer Horan, MD, PharmD
TIRAR Post-doctoral Trainee
Columbia University
Thursday
October 7, 2010
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.
"Detection of H1N1 on Hands and Household Surfaces of Infected Individuals" Dhritiman Mukherjee, PhD &
Bevin Cohen, MPH
Columbia University School of Nursing
Thursday
September 2, 2010
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.
"Predicting successful combination therapies for infections caused by XDR-GNB (extremely drug-resistant gram-negative bacilli)" Sarah Clock, PhD
Columbia University
Department of Pediatrics
Former TIRAR Postdoctoral Trainee
Thursday
June 3, 2010
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.

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"PfCRT and its association with chloroquine resistance: an assessment of temporal and geographic trends and treatment outcomes" Ettie Lipner
Former TIRAR Pre-doctoral Trainee
Columbia University
Thursday
May 6, 2010
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.
"Investigating drug resistance in Plasmodium falciparum through generation of drug resistant parasites" Richard Eastman, PhD
Postdoctoral Research Scientist
Department of Microbiology
Columbia University
Thursday
April 1, 2010
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.

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"Health literacy and Adherence to Antiretroviral Treatment Among HIV-Infected Adolescents" Ann-Margaret Navarra
TIRAR Pre-doctoral Trainee
Columbia University
Thursday
March 4, 2010
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.

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"CMS Changes in Reimbursement for HAIs: Setting a Research Agenda" Patricia W. Stone, PhD, MPH, FAAN, PI of CIRAR affiliate projects, "Prevention of Nosocomial Infections and Cost-Effectiveness Analysis" and "CMS Changes in Reimbursement for HAIs: Setting a Research Agenda" Thursday
February 4, 2010
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.

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"Dissemination of Health Information through Social Networks: Twitter and Antibiotics" Daniel Scanfeld, MS
TIRAR Pre-doctoral Trainee
Columbia University
Thursday
January 7, 2010
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.

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"Are Syndemics for the Dogs? Antibiotic Resistance in Pets" Tim Landers, PhD
TIRAR Postdoctoral Trainee
Columbia University
Thursday
December 3, 2009
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.
"Inter-facility transmission of MRSA" Kurt Stevenson, MD, MPH
Ohio State University
Thursday
November 5, 2009
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.
"The Real Problem with Agricultural Antimicrobial Use" Thomas Whittum, MS, PhD
Ohio State University
Thursday
October 1, 2009
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.
"Interventions and Educational Campaigns Addressing MRSA Prevention and Encouraging Judicious Antibiotic Use in NYC" Melissa Marx, PhD, MPH
New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Thursday
September 3, 2009
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.
No CIRAR Monthly Meeting   Thursday
August 6, 2009
12-1pm
 
No CIRAR Monthly Meeting   Thursday
July 2, 2009
12-1pm
 
"Impact of an Automated Surveillance System on Appropriate Use of Isolation for MRSA" Maryam Behta, PharmD
Co-PI, "Impact of an Automated Surveillance System on Appropriate Use of Isolation for MRSA"
Thursday
June 4, 2009
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.
"MRSA in the Homeless: Examples of Social Evolution and Future Directions" Tim Landers, PhD, FNP
TIRAR Post-doctoral Trainee
Thursday
May 7, 2009
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.

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"Update on Prevention of Nosocomial Infections and Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Study" Patricia W. Stone, PhD, MPH, FAAN, PI of CIRAR affiliate project, "Prevention of Nosocomial Infections and Cost-Effectiveness Analysis" Thursday
April 2, 2009
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.
"Sociotechnical Analysis of the NICU" Leanne M. Currie, DNSc, RN
PI of CIRAR affiliate project, "Electronic Communication for Antimicrobial Management (ECAM)"
Thursday
March 5, 2009
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.
No CIRAR Monthly Meeting   Thursday
February 5, 2009
 
No CIRAR Monthly Meeting   Thursday
January 1, 2009
 
"TIRAR pre-doctoral trainees present experiences from interdisciplinary field practicum" TIRAR Pre-doc Fellows:
Tiffani Bright, MA
Ettie Lipner, MPH
Bianca Malcolm, MPH
Thursday
December 4, 2008
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.
"Barrier Precautions for Multidrug-Resistant Organisms:  Current Recommendations and Actual Practice" Sarah Clock, PhD
Bevin Cohen
Thursday
November 6, 2008
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.

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"Opportunities and Obstacles in Using Routinely Collected Electronic Data for Health Services Research:  The example of identifying infection risk factors and outcomes" Sherry Glied, PhD
David Caplan

 

Thursday
October 2, 2008
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.

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"The Difficult Birth of the Germ Theory of Disease
(or why you are not dead)"
Richard Kessin, PhD Thursday
September 4, 2008
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.

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No CIRAR Monthly Meeting   Thursday
August 7, 2008
 
No CIRAR Monthly Meeting   Thursday
July 3, 2008
 
"TIRAR Fellows Present Current Research Interests in Antimicrobial Resistance" TIRAR Fellows:
Tiffani Bright, MA
Ettie Lipner, MPH
Bianca Malcolm, MPH
Sarah Clock, PhD
Thursday
June 5, 2008
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.
"MRSA Surveillance in NYC: New Challenges and New Opportunities" Dr. Melissa Marx Thursday
May 1, 2008
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.
"Community Based Studies of CA-MRSA Transmission"
A TIRAR Global Antimicrobial Resistance Course Lecture - OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Dr. Frank Lowy Monday
April 14, 2008
3-4pm
Columbia University Medical Center
701 W. 168th Street
Hammer Health Sciences Building
Room 1504
"Roles of Information and Communication Technologies in Combating Antimicrobial Resistance"
A TIRAR Global Antimicrobial Resistance Course Lecture - OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Dr. Suzanne Bakken Monday
April 7, 2008
3-4pm
Columbia University Medical Center
701 W. 168th Street
Hammer Health Sciences Building
Room 1504

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No CIRAR Monthly Meeting   Thursday
April 3, 2008
 
"Rethinking Everything: The Pre-Resistant Transitional State"
A TIRAR Global Antimicrobial Resistance Course Lecture - OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Dr. Aaron Mitchell Wednesday
April 2, 2008
3-4pm
Columbia University Medical Center
701 W. 168th Street
Hammer Health Sciences Building
Room 1504

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"Organizational Issues and Resistance"
A TIRAR Global Antimicrobial Resistance Course Lecture - OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Dr. Patricia Stone Monday
March 31, 2008
3-4pm
Columbia University Medical Center
701 W. 168th Street
Hammer Health Sciences Building
Room 1504
"Antimalarial Drugs: Discovery and Resistance"
A TIRAR Global Antimicrobial Resistance Course Lecture - OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Dr. David Fidock Monday
March 24, 2008
3-4pm
Columbia University Medical Center
701 W. 168th Street
Hammer Health Sciences Building
Room 1504

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"Antiviral Drugs: Discovery and Resistance"
A TIRAR Global Antimicrobial Resistance Course Lecture - OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Dr. Vincent Racaniello Monday
March 10, 2008
3-4pm
Columbia University Medical Center
701 W. 168th Street
Hammer Health Sciences Building
Room 1504

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* "The Impact of MRSA in the NICU and Cystic Fibrosis" Dr. Lisa Saiman and Dr. Anne Stone Thursday
March 6, 2008
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th Street

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"MRSA in Prison Populations"
A TIRAR Global Antimicrobial Resistance Course Lecture - OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Dr. Jason Farley Wednesday
February 27, 2008
3-4pm
Columbia University Medical Center
701 W. 168th Street
Hammer Health Sciences Building
Room 1504
"Prevalence, Risk Factors and Molecular Epidemiology of MRSA among Newly Arrested Men in Baltimore"
(Co-sponsored with Infectious Disease Conferences)
Dr. Jason Farley Thursday
February 28, 2008
8:30-9:30am
PH 8 East-107A (Atchley-Loeb Conference Room), 630 West 168th Street
"Drug Resistance in Pneumococcus"
A TIRAR Global Antimicrobial Resistance Course Lecture - OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Dr. Adam Ratner Monday
March 3, 2008
3-4pm
Columbia University Medical Center
701 W. 168th Street
Hammer Health Sciences Building
Room 1504

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"The Resistome"
A TIRAR Global Antimicrobial Resistance Course Lecture - OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Dr. Adam Ratner Monday
February 25, 2008
3-4pm
Columbia University Medical Center
701 W. 168th Street
Hammer Health Sciences Building
Room 1504

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"Genetic Transmission of Resistance in Bacteria"
A TIRAR Global Antimicrobial Resistance Course Lecture - OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Dr. Jonathan Dworkin Monday
February 11, 2008
3-4pm
Columbia University Medical Center
701 W. 168th Street
Hammer Health Sciences Building
Room 1504
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* "A Case of VISA (vancomycin-intermediate Staphylococcus aureus): The Natural Progression of Antibiotic Resistance?" Dr. Yoko Furuya and Lillian Lee Thursday
February 7, 2008
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.

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"Assessing the Costs of Antimicrobial Resistant and the Cost-Effectiveness of Alternate Strategies to Control Resistance"
A TIRAR Global Antimicrobial Resistance Course Lecture - OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Dr. Sherry Glied Monday
February 4, 2008
3-4pm
Columbia University Medical Center
701 W. 168th Street
Hammer Health Sciences Building
Room 1504
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"The Bacterial Cell Envelope and Resistance"
A TIRAR Global Antimicrobial Resistance Course Lecture - OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Dr. Howard Shuman Wednesday
January 30, 32008
3-4pm
Columbia University Medical Center
701 W. 168th Street
Hammer Health Sciences Building
Room 1504
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"Interdisciplinary Research: Definition and Objectives"
A TIRAR Global Antimicrobial Resistance Course Lecture - OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
Dr. Kristine Gebbie Monday
January 28, 2008
3-4pm
Columbia University Medical Center
701 W. 168th Street
Hammer Health Sciences Building
Room 1504
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"Information and Communication Needs Related to Interdisciplinary Research Competency Development"
(Co-sponsored with Department of Biomedical Informatics Research Seminars)
Dr. Suzanne Bakken Thursday
January 24, 2008
12:15-1:15pm
VC-5 Conference Room, 630 West 168th Street, Columbia University Medical Center

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"Electronic Communication for Antimicrobial Management (ECAM)"
View the web page for this CIRAR-affiliated federally funded project!
Dr. Leanne Currie Thursday
December 6, 2007
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.

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"Prevention of Nosocomial Infections and Cost-Effectiveness Analysis (P-NICE)" View the web page for this CIRAR-affiliated federally funded project! Dr. Patricia Stone Thursday
December 6, 2007
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.

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"Darwin in the Clinic: Evolution and Mechanisms of Antibiotic Resistance" (Co-sponsored by the CUMC Microbiology Department and Merck Research Labs)
 
Dr. Adam Ratner Thursday
November 29, 2007
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.

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"Economics of MRSA in ICU Settings: Infection and Prevention" (Co-sponsored with P-NICE and Infectious Disease Conferences) Dr. Eli N. Perencevich
Associate Professor of Epidemiology and Preventative Medicine
University of Maryland School of Medicine
Friday
November 16, 2007
10:00am-11:30am
PH 8 East-107A (Atchley-Loeb Conference Room), 630 West 168th Street

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"Toward Zero Tolerance"
(Co-sponsored with P-NICE and Infectious Disease Conferences)
Dr. Robert Haley
Professor, Department of Internal Medicine
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Friday
November 16, 2007
10:00am-11:30am
PH 8 East-107A (Atchley-Loeb Conference Room), 630 West 168th Street

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"Antiviral Drugs: Discovery and Resistance"
(Co-sponsored by the CUMC Microbiology Department and Merck Research Labs)
Dr. Vincent Racaniello Thursday
November 8, 2007
11am-12pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.

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"Overview of Antifungal Drugs and Resistance Mechanisms"
(Co-sponsored by the CUMC Microbiology Department and Merck Research Labs)
Dr. Aaron Mitchell Thursday
October 25, 2007
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.

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"Characteristics of Nurse Practitioner Curricula in the United States Related to Antimicrobial Prescribing and Resistance" Dr. Donna Sym
 
Thursday
November 1, 2007
12pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.

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CIRAR Pilot Update: "A Pilot Study of an Educational Intervention to Improve Antimicrobial Prescribing Practices in the Neonatal ICU"

Dr. Lisa Saiman
Dr. Sameer Patel
Thursday
November 1, 2007
12:30pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.

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CIRAR Pilot Update: "Information and Communication Needs Related to Interdisciplinary Research Competency Development" Dr. Suzanne Bakken Thursday
October 4, 2007
12:30pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.

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CIRAR Pilot Update: "Public Health Law and State Reporting of Healthcare-Associated Infection"

Dr. Kristine Gebbie
Mr. Ben Meier
Thursday
October 4, 2007
12pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.

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"Hospital Epidemiology - Overview and NYPH Update" Dr. E. Yoko Furuya Tuesday
October 2, 2007
8:30-9:30am
PH 8 East-107A (Atchley-Loeb Conference Room), 630 West 168th Street
"A Discussion of the Competencies for Interdisciplinary Research and Potential Training Opportunities" Dr. Kristine Gebbie
Dr. Aaron Mitchell
CIRAR Investigators
Thursday
September 6, 2007
12-1pm
School of Nursing 1st Floor Student Lounge, 617 W. 168th St.

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