Event Schedule

Location

Multnomah Athletic Club
1849 SW Salmon St
Portland, OR 97205

Thursday, May 9th, 2019

7:30 am
REGISTRATION/CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
8:30
Sommer Memorial Lectures Welcome: David W. Cook, MD, Sommer Committee Chair
8:45
Why Do Patients Develop Autoimmune Disease? – Ronald J. Falk, MD
9:35
Sex and Autoimmunity: Why the Female Predominance? – M. Eric Gershwin, MD
10:25
BREAK
10:45
The history of, and trends in extracorporeal support for cardio-respiratory failure (ECMO) in both adults and children – Dr. Robert Sawin
11:35
Question/Answer Panel with All Speakers
12:05 pm
Luncheon with the Lecturers, hosted by the Sommer Trust
1:30
The Hygiene Hypothesis: Is Dirt Really Good for You! – M. Eric Gershwin, MD
2:20
The omentum: Good cop or bad cop – Dr. Robert Sawin
3:10
BREAK
3:30
Why Do Patients Develop ANCA Vasculitis? – Ronald J. Falk, MD
4:20
Question/Answer Panel with All Speakers
4:40
ADJOURN

Friday, May 10th, 2019

8:00 am
Registration / Continental Breakfast

8:30 am
Rediscovering Joy in Medicine and Surgery – Dr. Robert Sawin

9:20 am
Primary Biliary Cholangitis: Paradigm versus Paradox for Understanding Autoimmunity – M. Eric Gershwin, MD

10:10 am
BREAK

10:30 am
Why Do Patients Develop the Nephrotic Syndrome? – Ronald J. Falk, MD
11:20 am
Question/Answer Panel with All Speakers

11:45 am
Silvio John Vukov, MD/School of Medicine Dean’s Luncheon

12:45 pm
OHSU Alumni Scientific Session Welcome, Awards and Presentations

1:15
DNA Repair Gene Alterations and PARP Inhibitor Response in Patients with Metastatic Castration-Resistant Prostate Cancer – Eric Lu, MD

1:50
Vukov Lecture:  Food Talk…What Your Patients Don’t Tell You and Why You Need to Ask – Diane Stadler, PhD, RD, LD

2:35
Question/Answer Panel

2:50
BREAK

3:10
Sleep. What Is It Good For? Absolutely Everything. – Holger Link, MD

3:50
The Changing Face of Measles: How Science and Societal Influences Shaped the Disease – Erin Bonura, MD

4:30
Question/Answer Panel

4:45
ADJOURN

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