Stanford Pediatrics Grand Rounds
Join us for weekly presentations from world renowned experts!
The Department of Pediatrics welcomes all School of Medicine, Stanford Children's community and general public.
Please note that all Pediatric Grand Rounds will be online only on Friday's from 8:00am to 9:00am. Please do not go to the the Freidenrich Auditorium (Room 180), Lucile Packard Children's Hospital, West Building, 725 Welch Road [Map].
October 23, 2020 Pediatric Grand Rounds Webinar (CME): CART for Tcell Malignancies John DiPersio, MD, PhD - Washington University School of Medicine
Targeting Tcell malignancies with CART is limited due to fratracide and becuase of similar targets existing on T effector cells and Tcell malignancies. There is a need to utilize off-the-shelf gene edited CART for targeting T-ALL and T-NHL.
October 30, 2020 Pediatric Grand Rounds Webinar (CME): A Century Bookended by Global Pandemics: The Nexus of Evolving Science and Medicine Intertwined with Public Perceptions, Politics and Public Health Philip Pizzo, MD - Stanford School of Medicine
This presentation will review how the nexus of evolving science and medicine has become intertwined with public perceptions, politics and public health in planning for and responding to pandemics, and how the impact the current pandemic presages planning for those that will take place in the future.