May 2011
Tuesday May 3

Community Medical School - Nothing to Sniff At: Managing Nasal Allergies

Elizabeth Jaffe, M.D., Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Allergist

The importance of treatment for allergic rhinitis — one of the most common chronic diseases in both children and adults — is often underestimated. This condition, which can have a profound physical and psychological impact on health, is often associated with other diseases such as asthma and chronic sinusitis.

Investigate the causes of the disease, associated conditions, and both preventative and therapeutic approaches for allergic rhinitis.

When:  6:30 - 7:30 P.M.

Where:  Carpenter Auditorium at the Given Medical Building, UVM Campus

Register: To reserve your space, register online or call (802) 847-2886.

Free parking is available.

Ob/Gyn Grand Rounds

"Diagnosis and Management of the IUGR Fetus"

Giancarlo Mari, M.D.
Professor & Chair, Ob/Gyn
University of Tennessee
Health Science Center, Memphis

7:30 - 8: 30 a.m. @ Davis Auditorium