The Harrison Society Seminar Series is a monthly meeting of Harrison Scholars and alums. The format alternates between career development panel discussions and fellow research in progress presentations.  This year, the seminars will take place virtually on Thursdays from 12-1 pm via Zoom (unless otherwise noted.)

2020-21 Seminar dates are as follows:


Presenter/Sub-Specialty Title of Presentation
Sept. 17, 2020 JP Arroyo, MD, PhD "Vasopressin in kidney disease"
Oct. 22, 2020 Arie Nettles, PhD "Unconscious Bias and Me"
Dec. 10, 2020 Charlene Dewey, MD, M.Ed., MACP "Stress and Burnout During Covid-19 Pandemic:  Strategies and Resources to Build Resilience"
Jan. 14,2021

Previous Harrison Scholars

Drs. Matt Alexander, Yash Choksi, Jon Kropski, David Patrick

"Transitioning to Independence"

Feb. 25, 2021

Brian Grieb, MD, PhD

"Targeting MYC through WDR5 in Colorectal Cancer"
Mar. 18, 2021 Q&A Panel Discussion w/ Drs. Ezra Burstein, Steve Dudek and Pavan Reddy "What division chiefs look for when hiring junior faculty"
Apr. 15, 2021 Harrison Society Director, Dr. Patrick Hu State of the Harrison Society / recruitment results 
May 20, 2021 Debra Dixon, MD, MS "Depression and Incident Heart Failure in the Southern Community"
June 17, 2021 Justin Lo, MD, PhD "Albumin-binding nanocomplexes for delivery of combination siRNA therapeutics to KRAS-mutant cholangiocarcinoma"
July 15,2021 Matt Fleming, MD, PhD "Defining the role of C-terminal SRC kinase (CSK) dependent mechanisms in atrial fibrillation"
Aug. 19, 2021 Scott McCall, MD "The sleep number approach to alveolar differentiation and pulmonary fibrosis"