The UCSF Clinical Outcomes Research Group (CORG) seminars provide timely feedback to fellows and faculty on patient-oriented research projects. For more info, contact Katherine Williams.

Mondays 2-3 PM
San Francisco VA (map)
Building 18, room 113
 

DATE

TOPIC

SPEAKER

5/6/19 Cardiovascular Risk Factor Modification and Atrial Fibrillation Cara Pellegrini, MD
4/22/19 Longitudinal Association between Angina and Quality of Life David Schopfer, MD MAS
4/15/19 Arrythmic MVP in the VA Population Francesca Delling, MD MPH
3/4/19 Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Device Safety Sanket Dhruva, MD
2/4/19 Fatigability: Moving From Outcomes Research to Function Research Micah Prochaska, MD
1/28/19 Impact of Home-based Cardiac Rehabilitation on Functional Status David Schopfer, MD MAS
1/14/19

Career Development Award Application
"Cardiovascular Implantable Electronic Device Safety"

Sanket Dhruva, MD
1/7/19

Career Development Award Application
"Bone Marrow Fat and Skeletal Health in Type 2 Diabetes"

Tiffany Kim, MD
11/26/18

Feedback on specific aims and responses to reviewers for an HSR&D IIR proposal resubmission.
"Improving Access to Sleep Apnea Care: A Pragmatic Study of New Consultation Models"

Katie Sarmiento, MD

10/29/18

HSR&D proposal discussion
"Time-Sensitive Projects on Implementation and Evaluation of the MISSION Act"

Russell Lemle, PhD
10/15/18

Grant application discussion
"Skeletal Health in Type 1 Diabetes and the Role of Diabetic Kidney Disease"

Anne Schafer, MD
10/1/18

Discussion of updated Specific Aims for a Career Development Award (CDA-2).
"Examining the effect of social and behavioral risk factors on Veteran health"

Charlie Wray, DO MS
9/17/18

R01 submission discussion

“A dHealth intervention to promote physical activity in older adults with coronary heart disease”

Linda Park, PhD MS FNP-BC FAHA

9/10/18

Practice oral presentations for American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Research (AACVPR) meeting

Niru Krishnamurthi MBBS MPH
David Schopfer MD MAS

8/27/18

K/CDA proposal on Innate immune predictors of chronic lung allograft dysfunction

Daniel Calabrese, MD