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ODMA Promotes social responsibility, active engagement, and the well-being of our communities in the pursuit of health equity is of vital importance to Brown University.
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Rhode Island's capital is one of New England's most populous cities and holds no shortage of exciting and unique options for exploration and discovery.

Meet Our Students

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Events at Brown

Biology and Medicine Events

  • Advance-CTR Mentoring Training

    Location: Petteruti Lounge Cost: Free
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    Join Advance-CTR for the next installment of our highly rated Mentoring Training Program on December 9th and 16th at the Petteruti Lounge, 75 Waterman St, Providence.

    This is part one of the two part session. You must attend both session in order to received the completion certificate.

    Faculty who mentor junior investigators are encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to grow as a research mentor and connect with colleagues.Participants will learn how to improve their relationships with mentees and become more effective mentors to junior investigators.

    This training will be facilitated by Diane Hoffman-Kim, PhD  and Ulrike Mende, MD FAHA, who are trained by the National Research Mentoring Network to facilitate this nationally recognized mentoring curriculum.

    This peer-driven program expands mentors’ knowledge through exposure to the experiences of all participants. Attendees will engage with as many mentoring experiences as they would typically handle in a decade.

    Faculty who mentor junior investigators who conduct clinical and translational research are encouraged to apply. Preference will be given to more senior mentors.

    Learn more about the program on , or click the link above to register.

  • Child & Adolescent Grand Rounds

    Location: Bradley Hospital Room: Pine Room Cost: Free
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    Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Grand Rounds*

    Genomic Psychiatry: Implementing Precision Medicine for Autism and Developmental Disorders

    Daniel Moreno De Luca MD, MSc

    Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatrist

    Genomic Psychiatry Consultation Service

    Verrecchia Clinic for Children with Autism & Developmental Disabilities

    Assistant Professor - Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

    Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior

    Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University

    Wednesday, December 11, 2019
    Bradley Hospital ◊ Pine Room ◊ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

    Objectives: At the conclusion of this presentation, participants should be able to:

    Understand basic rare genetics concepts relevant to psychiatry; Appreciate genetic testing recommendations for autism and developmental disorders from Professional Medical Societies; and Illustrate clinical examples where genetic testing results impact clinical care for autism and developmental disorders

    Disclosure: Daniel Moreno De Luca MD, MSc has no financial relationships to disclose.

    This presentation will be teleconferenced from the Pine Room at Bradley Hospital to Leone Conference Room, APC Building, Lifespan Cancer Institute, Suite 133.

    This activity is not supported by a commercial entity.