Event Calendar

Mar 28 Sat

GI & Liver Course: Managing and Avoiding Complications

This course serves as an update for physicians and other healthcare providers in the diagnosis and management of gastrointestinal and liver diseases. The goal of this activity is to review current as well as emerging medical therapies and outline the most e­ffective ways to integrate this information into clinical practice.

Mar 31 Tue

3rd Annual GCC Mental Health Research Symposium: Neurobiology and Translational Psy

This exciting event will highlight advances in Mental Health Research in the region and across the nation. Confirmed keynote, Joshua Gordon, Director of the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) will discuss priorities and funding opportunities. Additional confirmed speakers: Gabrielle Rudenko, UTMB; Sameer Sheth, BCM; Jacob Robinson, Rice; Agenor Limon, UTMB; Therese Kosten, UH; Consuelo […]

Apr 01 Wed

Eighth Annual Neuro ICU Symposium

The eighth annual Neuro ICU Symposium is our successful two-and-a-half day CME course designed to educate physicians, advanced practitioners, nurses, pharmacists, scientists and others involved with critical care on how to optimally manage patients using a team approach and evidence-based medicine. This year’s course will help attendees envision the future of patient care in the […]

Apr 02 Thu

11th Annual Houston Echo Review: Boot Camp for 2020 Echo Board

The Houston Echo Review is a three-day course of lectures, interactive discussions, and case presentations designed to prepare cardiovascular specialists for the National Board of Echocardiography (NBE) examinations. The first day will cover Cases that focus on New Directions & Techniques of Echocardiography; topics cover, but are not limited to, adult congenital and structural heart […]

Apr 02 Thu

Annual Multidisciplinary Cancer Care Conference: Bridging Oncology and Primary Care

The goal of this conference is to provide primary care physicians, hospitalists, medical oncologists and hematologists evidence based information to enhance medical decision making when managing cancer patients. Physicians need updates on new cancer therapies, current treatment guidelines and resources to assist them in their cancer screening and practice. This activity will address the knowledge […]