Grand Rounds are held from 8 to 9 a.m. Thursdays in the Health Sciences Building, Room T-625. They are telecast live to Room 121 of the Research & Training Building at Harborview Medical Center, to the Orin Smith Auditorium at South Lake Union, and to the VA at American Lake (Bldg. 81, Rm. 1132) and Seattle (Bldg. 100, Rm. 4B-102), and select other locations. For inquire about a location, or to suggest a new location, please contact Gina Franco at email@example.com, 543-7318.
2014-2015 Attendence Verification form for AMA Category 1 Credit
2015-2016 CME registration form
If you would like to receive the Grand Rounds monthly schedule via e-mail, please enroll at https://mailman.u.washington.edu/mailman/listinfo/medgrdrnds, or notify Gina Franco at firstname.lastname@example.org, 543-7318.
Starting in August of 2012, Grand Rounds videos (with permission) are posted to the Department's YouTube page. If you do not see a video, it means there was a technical problem with the recording or that the speaker did not give permission to record/post the talk.
Click here to view selected archived Grand Rounds.
“Current Status of Dialysis Therapies in the United States”
Rajnish Mehrotra, MD
Professor of Medicine, Division of Nephrology
Section Chief, Harborview Medical Center
University of Washington School of Medicine
"Our microbial organ and its role in health and diet-induced metabolic diseases"
Gene Chang, MD
Martin Boyer Distinguished Professor of Medicine
Associate Director for Academic Programs And Training in Gastroenterology
University of Chicago
"Strategies for Tuberculosis Elimination in the United States"
Philip LoBue, MD
Director, Division of Tuberculosis Elimination Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD and TB Prevention
"Overcoming a Culture Overrun With Overuse"
Christopher Moriates, MD
Assistant Clinical Professor
University of California, San Francisco (UCSF)
Director of Caring Wisely
UCSF Center for Healthcare Value
Director of Implementation Costs of Care