CME Meetings & Education
In conjunction with USC’s Keck School of Medicine ALAPIO hosts frequent CME meetings to educate and share the latest research in a variety of topics in medicine.
ALAPIO CME FEBRUARY 20, 2019
SPICE AFFAIR, BEVERLY HILLS
SUBJECT: Cancer, Microbiome, and Deep Learning
SPEAKER: Uttam K. Sinha, MS, MD, FACS
In order to know about cancer and its progression one has to understand general biology and the process of evolution because cancer is present in the biosphere. About 2 billion years ago there were uni-cellular organisms, which evolved into multicellular organisms. All multicellular organisms have the potential of cancer in them and this is attributed to the presence of carbon chains and the availability of oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen.
ALAPIO CME DECEMBER 12,
2018 SPICE AFFAIR, BEVERLY HILLS
Heart Failure with Preserved Ejection Fraction- HFpEF
Michelle Kittleson MD, PhD
In the past Diastolic Congestive Heart Failure was the term that is now replaced by HeFpEF. This is different from the one with reduced ejection fraction HeFrEF. In HeFpEF, an ejection fraction of more than 40% is maintained.
The Promise and Peril of. Connected Future 24 June 2018
Raj M. Khandwalla, MD, MS, FACC
Director of Cardiovascular Education, Cedars Sinai Care Foundation
Assistant Professor of Medicine
HPV, Cancer and Immuno Editing
The CME lecture for ALAPIO on Wednesday, November 15, 2017 was delivered by Dr. Uttam K. Sinha, of the Keck School of Medicine, where he is Associate Professor in Otolaryngology.
The topic for discussion was ,” HPV infections, cancer and immune editing.”
AGE RELTED ERECTILE DYSFUNCTION (ARED)
The interesting and stimulating talk was delivered by the eminent urologist, Dr. Jacob Rajfer, Professor Emeritus at UCLA.
Dr. Saibal Kar Enthralls In Interesting Presentation
ALAPIO was fortunate to have Dr. Saibal Kar address its CME meeting on Wednesday, August 9, 2017, at the Spice Affair in Beverly Hills. Dr. Kar, who is the Director of Cardio-vascular interventional research at Cedars Sinai in Los Angeles, had an interesting topic— “Dear Doctor, please don’t cut me up.”
Cardiovascular Diseases & OLDER MEETINGS POSTS
April CME was on "Cardiovascular Diseases" in South Asians by DR Kevin Shah of UCLA.
DR Jignesh Patel arranged for this speaker.It was an in depth account of great vulnerability of south asian population in USA for propensity to develope CVD and related problems.