Events

Monday, June 18, 2018
Noon-1 p.m.
Education Conference Center Room A
Boxed lunches provided.

Seminar Series Lecture: Reconceiving the Pill: From Revolutionary Therapeutic to Lifestyle Drug
Elizabeth Watkins, PhD, Dean, Graduate Division; Vice Chancellor, Student Academic Affairs; professor of history of health sciences at University of California, San Francisco

Monday, June 18, 2018
6 p.m. registration
6:30 p.m. program
Harvey Morse Conference Center

$5 for Cedars-Sinai medical staff
$10 for general public
R.S.V.P. to ellen.eichenberger@cshs.org

Program: We’ll Always Have Paras! Frolics and Diversions of Four Small Glands
Presented by the Cedars-Sinai Alumni Association, Medical Staff and Emeritus Society
Leo Gordon, MD, senior consultant in clinical surgery for the Surgery Group of Los Angeles

Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Noon-1 p.m.
Harvey Morse Auditorium
Lunch will be provided.
Please arrive early so we may start promptly.

Seminar Series Lecture: Mechanisms of Hypertension and Strategies for its Detection and Treatment in High Risk Groups: From Goldblatt to Victor(y)

Harry Goldblatt and the Discovery of the Renovascular Origin of Hypertension
Leon G. Fine, MD, director, Program in History of Medicine

The Multiple Faces of Angiotensin Converting Enzyme
Kenneth Bernstein, PhD, director, UCLA Pathology Research Institute

Mechanisms of Hypertension in Eclampsia: A Novel Strategy for its Prevention and Treatment
Ravi Thadhani, MD, MPH, vice dean, research and education; and S. Ananth Karumanchi, MD, professor of medicine, Cedars-Sinai

A Breakthrough Achievement in Bringing Diagnosis and Treatment to a Vulnerable Population
Ronald Victor, MD, Burns & Allen chair in cardiology research; director, hypertension center, Cedars Sinai

The Discoveries of Ronald Victor: A Tribute
Allyn Mark, MD, professor; and Roy J. Carver chair in internal medicine, University of Iowa, Iowa City

Co-Sponsored by the Smidt Heart Institute

See poster for Mechanisms of Hypertension and Strategies for its Detection and Treatment in High Risk Groups: From Goldblatt to Victor(y)

Tuesday, July 17, 2018
Noon-1 p.m.
Thalians Health Center, E117
Please bring your own lunch.

Roundtable in the History of Medicine: On Creativity in Scientists and Artists
Leon G. Fine, MD, director, Program in History of Medicine

Tuesday, September 25, 2018
Noon-1 p.m.
Pavilion Education Center, Room 4
Box lunches provided.

Seminar Series Lecture: Border Medicine: Health and Healing in Early Los Angeles
D .J. Waldie, award-winning author of Holy Land: A Suburban Memoir and several other works, contributing editor for The Los Angeles Times and former deputy city manager of Lakewood, California.

See a list of previous History of Medicine Program events.