|Title||Program description||Type||Credit||Event date|
|New Frontiers in Bioethics & Regulation of Human Subjects Research 2020||
April 17 - 18, 2020 - Mayo Clinic - Rochester, Minnesota
This first time CME course at Mayo Clinic provides a focus on new ethical and regulatory issues in human subject research protection centered around real-world cases and includes multi-disciplinary panel discussions. Topics covered include ethical & regulatory issues regarding the dissemination of big data without participant consent, return of unexpected findings to patients after genetic testing, dividing line behind clinical interventions and exploratory nature of VCA transplants, changes to federal and institutional policy post Common Rule revisions, and "Right to Try". The course is appropriate for participants interested in research protections and research ethics, and health care providers involved in research, as well as providers from practices that interface with research participants.
||04/17/2020 to 04/18/2020|
|9th Mayo Clinic Symposium on lmmuno-Oncology and Tumor Microenvironment Crosstalk 2020||
October 30 - November 1, 2020 - The Ritz-Carlton - Amelia Island, Florida
Mayo Clinic's 9th Mayo Clinic Symposium on lmmuno-Oncology and Tumor Microenvironment Crosstalk CME course at the Ritz-Carlton in Amelia Island, Florida brings together basic scientists, clinical experts and industry partners in the field of tumor microenvironment, immune therapy, anti-angiogenesis and targeted therapy. Hence, this symposium will facilitate the exchange of ideas and new scientific direction involving basic biology and pathways that eventually lead to new individualize therapy for patients. Clinician scientists will present the results of ongoing clinical trials on targeted therapy including immune therapy, anti-angiogenic therapy and others. Novel genetic and imaging methods to assess alteration of tumor microenvironment for monitoring the effectiveness of therapeutic responses in the both pre-clinical and clinical trials will be discussed. Different clinical challenges and benefits of new therapeutic avenues including cardio-oncology will be presented. Overall, it is hoped that this symposium will assist in establishing strong collaborations among leading national, international, and Mayo Clinic experts in the field.
|Live||10/30/2020 to 11/01/2020|
|Artificial Intelligence Symposium 2020||
May 12-13, 2020 - Mayo Civic Center - Rochester, MinnesotaHealthcare is an area with great opportunity for Artificial Intelligence. The vast volumes of machine-processable data generated in healthcare both enable and require the application of modern advanced AI methodologies.
|Live||05/12/2020 to 05/13/2020|
|Mayo Clinic Oncology Review 2020||
July 18, 2020 - Radisson Blu Mall of America - Bloomington, MinnesotaThis one-day educational program will provide hematology and oncology clinicians, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants with an overview of the most recent advances in the treatment of various oncologic malignancies, based on abstracts presented at the June 2020 annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO).
|12th International Conference on Frontotemporal Dementias and 1st International Society for Frontotemporal Dementia Congress 2020||
October 7 - 10, 2020 - Hilton - Minneapolis, Minnesota
Consistent with all prior ICFTD meetings, the focus with be on the presentation of new data relating to FTD spanning the key areas of clinical, neuropsychology, neuroimaging, genetics, biofluid markers, molecular biology, neuropathology, animal models and treatment. While established investigators will surely present updated concepts and breakthroughs, involvement by trainees will be highlighted via oral and poster presentations. In keeping with the longstanding philosophy of the MCSCPD, clinicians seeking education on FTD will be welcome. Additionally, concurrent educational sessions for patients and care partners covering diagnosis, management, support and empowerment will also be provided.
|Live||10/07/2020 to 10/10/2020|