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May 08, 2020 | Farmington, Connecticut
2020 COS Annual Meeting is Organized by Connecticut Orthopedic Society (COS) and will be held on May 08, 2020 at Farmington, Connecticut, United States of America. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Jun 12 - 14, 2020 | CME 30.00 | Farmington, Connecticut
ABIM Board Review Live Course is organized by iMedicine Review and will be held from Jun 12 - 14, 2020 at University of Connecticut, Farmington, Connecticut, United States of America. Credits: 30 Category 2 CME hours. Who Should Take This Course? • Medical residents preparing to take the ABIM certification exam for the first time. • Internists and Physicians preparing for the ABIM recertification exam. • Medical residents preparing for In-service Exams. • Nurse practitioners and Physician Assistance providers practicing Internal Medicine Topics: Day 1 (8am–6:30pm) • Rheumatology • Nephrology & Electrolyte Disorders • Hematology • Oncology & Preventive Medicine Day 2 (8am–6:30pm) • Endocrinology & Metabolism • Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine • Infectious Diseases Eye & ENT Diseases • Dermatology Day 3 (8am–6:30pm) • Cardiovascular Medicine • Neurology and Psychiatry • Gastroenterology & Hepatology • Allergy, Immunology and Musculoskeletal Diseases • Geriatrics, Ethics, & Palliative Care Medicine • Biostatistics Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Sep 02 - 04, 2020 | Farmington, Connecticut
Systems Immunology in Aging and Chronic Diseases of Aging is organized by The Jackson Laboratory will be held from Sep 02 - 04, 2020 at The Jackson Laboratory For Genomic Medicine, Farmington, Connecticut, United States of America. Description: Aging is a complex and multi-dimensional phenotype that affects all tissues of all organisms. In humans, aging–related diseases, including cardiovascular diseases, cancer and type 2 diabetes, pose a huge health and economic burden, which will continue to increase as the aging population is expected to double by 2030. Disruption of immune cell functions and responses plays a significant role in the etiology of many aging-related diseases. Recent advances in genomic technologies (e.g., single cell transcriptomics and epigenomics) enable precise description of molecular and cellular changes associated with aging in human cells as well as in model organisms, including the mouse. However, uncovering the functional and clinical significance of these genomic and cellular changes is a significant computational challenge. This 2-day meeting will bring together leading scientists from three disciplines (immunology, aging and computational biology) with shared interests in understanding aging at the systems level and in curing aging-related diseases. Topics that will be covered will include senescence, immune system aging, cognitive decline with aging, clinical and genomic biomarkers of aging. In addition, there will be talks on recent advances in genomic technologies such as single cell profiling technologies and microbiome profiling. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.