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74th Annual
Ernst A. Sommer, MD
Sommer
Memorial
Lectures
Oregon Health & Science University
School of Medicine Alumni Scientific Session
Thursday & Friday, May 14-15, 2015
Multnomah Athletic Club
1829 SW Salmon Street, Portland, Oregon
Sponsored by the Sommer Memorial Trust
Under the Auspices of Providence St. Vincent Medical Center
and
OHSU School of Medicine, Division of Continuing Medical Education
On behalf of the Sommer Committee and Providence St. Vincent Hospital, I invite you to
attend one of America’s premier CME programs, the Sommer Memorial Lectures. Dr. Ernst
Sommer established a perpetual trust with the directive that physicians have access to
continuing education at no cost. The Sommer Committee continues that charge today to
bring nationally and internationally respected speakers to Portland for this annual event.
I encourage you to join us for a hosted luncheon with the speakers on Thursday. Please
register early as seating is limited.
David W. Cook, MD, FACS
Chair, Sommer Committee
Providence St. Vincent Medical Center
The School of Medicine Alumni Association has long recognized and affirmed the
importance of life-long education to our alumni. I am therefore delighted to invite you to
join us on Friday afternoon, May 15, for an outstanding program of new information and
innovative approaches to the situations we encounter daily as health care professionals.
Dr. Sancy Leachman, Chair, Department of Dermatology, OHSU, joins us as the 2015 Vukov
Lecturer. We are also taking this opportunity to recognize outstanding achievement in
national and international service by alumni of the School of Medicine. All the details are
inside, and I hope that you can join us for an engaging and thought provoking session.
Michele Mass, MD ‘83, R ‘89
President, OHSU School of Medicine Alumni Association
Meet this year’s Sommer Lecturers
Lawrence K. Altman, MD, MACP
“The Doctor’s World” Columnist for The New
York Times. Senior Fellow, Woodrow Wilson
International Center for Scholars, Washington,
D.C.; Clinical Professor of Medicine, New York
University
Dr. Altman graduated from Harvard in Government and received his
M.D. from Tufts University School of Medicine. After an internship
in San Francisco, he went on to a residency in Internal Medicine and
a fellowship in Medical Genetics at the University of Washington
Affiliated Hospitals in Seattle. He served as an Epidemic Intelligence
Service Officer at the CDC and is a member of the Institute of
Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences.
His presentations are: “Who Goes First? The Story of Self
Experimentation in Medicine”; “Medical Journalism” and “Covering
Epidemics” .
Thomas DeLoughery, MD, MACP
Professor of Medicine, Division of Hematology;
Medical Director, Anti-Coagulation Clinic,
Oregon Health & Science University, Portland OR
The Vukov Lecturer
Sancy Leachman, MD, PhD
Professor of Dermatology; Chair, Department
of Dermatology; Director of the Melanoma and
Skin Cancer Program at Knight Cancer Institute
Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR
Dr. Leachman received her MD from the University of Texas
Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. Post-graduate training
included a Dermatology residency and a Dermatology Fellowship at
Yale New Haven Medical Center.
Here presentation is: “Watch Out, Melanoma: We’re Teaming Up to
Get You!” .
CME Distinguished Faculty Lecturers
The School of Medicine has established the CME
Distinguished Faculty Award to honor outstanding service
in continuing medical education. This year’s recipients will
present at the Friday afternoon Alumni Scientific Meeting.
Awardees are Cynthia Ferrell, MD, MSEd and Nels Carlson, MD
both gifted teachers and experts in their fields.
Cynthia Ferrell, MD, MSEd
Dr. DeLoughery was awarded his MD from the Indiana University
School of Medicine, Indianapolis. Post-graduate training included
Residency in Internal Medicine at OHSU, and Fellowship in
Hematology and Medical Oncology, also at OHSU. For his
outstanding dedication to continuing medical education and
excellence as a teacher, Dr. DeLoughery has been recognized as an
OHSU CME Distinguished Lecturer.
His presentations are: “The New Anticoagulants: Panacea or
Pandora’s Box?”; “sex, lies, and iron deficiency” and “Venous
Thromboembolism: What’s New! What’s Cool!”.
Michael Murr, MD
Professor of Surgery, USF-Health;
Professor of Molecular Pharmacology &
Physiology; Chief of Surgery, Tampa General
Hospital; Director of Metabolic and Bariatric
Surgery, Tampa, FL
Dr. Murr received his MD from the American University of Beiruit
in Lebanon. Post-graduate training included a General Surgery
residency at University of Iowa Hospitals in Iowa City and a
Gastrointestinal Research fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester,
MN.
His presentations are: “Contemporary Treatment of Obesity”; “The
Hormonal Mechanisms of Bariatric Surgery” and “Bridging the Gap
with Clinician-Scientists” .
Associate Professor of Pediatrics; Director,
Pediatric Residency Program, Oregon Health &
Science University, Portland, OR
Dr. Ferrell was awarded her MD from the University of Nevada in
Reno. She completed her pediatric residency at Oregon Health &
Science University and her MSEd at Keck School of Medicine of the
University of Southern California.
Her presentation is “e-Professionalism: Challenges to Learning and
Practicing Medicine in the Age of Social Media”.
Nels Carlson, MD
Associate Professor of Orthopaedics &
Rehabilitation, Oregon Health & Science
University, Portland, OR
Dr. Carlson was awarded his MD from Oregon Health & Science
University. Post-graduate training included a Physical Medicine
& Rehabilitation residency at Harvard Medical School-Spaulding
Rehabilitation Hospital and a Neurophysiology fellowship at
Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston.
His presentation is ”Back Pain: Everything I Need to Know I Did Not
Learn in Med School” .
OHSU is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution
Program Schedule
THURSDAY, MAY 14, 2015
7:30 am REGISTRATION/CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
8:30
Sommer Memorial Lectures
Welcome: David W. Cook, MD, Sommer Committee Chair
8:45
The New Anticoagulants: Panacea or Pandora’s Box? - Thomas DeLoughery, MD
9:35
Who Goes First? The Story of Self Experimentation in Medicine - Lawrence Altman, MD
10:25
BREAK
10:45
Contemporary Treatment of Obesity - Michael Murr, MD
11:35
Questions & Answers
12:05 pm Luncheon with the Lecturers, hosted by the Sommer Trust
1:30
The Hormonal Mechanisms of Bariatric Surgery - Michael Murr, MD
2:20
Medical Journalism - Lawrence Altman, MD
3:00
BREAK
3:20
sex, lies, and iron deficiency - Thomas DeLoughery, MD 4:10
Questions & Answers
4:40
ADJOURN
FRIDAY, MAY 15, 2015
8:00 am CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
8:30
Covering Epidemics - Lawrence Altman, MD
9:20
Bridging the Gap with Clinician-Scientists - Michael Murr, MD
10:10
BREAK
10:30
Venous Thromboembolism: What’s New! What’s Cool! - Thomas DeLoughery, MD
11:20
Questions & Answers
11:45
Silvio John Vukov MD/School of Medicine Dean’s Luncheon
12:45 pm OHSU Alumni Scientific Session
Welcome and Awards
1:10
Resident Paper Winner: The Secret Tail of Cardiovascular Youth - Kenneth Lim, MD
1:50
Silvio John Vukov MD Lecture: Watch Out, Melanoma: We’re Teaming Up to Get You!
- Sancy Leachman, MD, PhD
2:35
Questions & Answers
2:50
BREAK
3:10
CME Distinguished Faculty Award Winner: e-Professionalism: Challenges to Learning and
Practicing Medicine in the Age of Social Media - Cynthia Ferrell, MD, MSEd 3:50
CME Distinguished Faculty Award Winner: Back Pain: Everything I Need to Know I Did Not
Learn in Med School - Nels Carlson, MD
4:30
Questions & Answers
4:45
ADJOURN
OREGON HEALTH & SCIENCE UNIVERSITY
Sommer Memorial Lectures
c/o Continuing Medical Education-L602
3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Rd
Portland, OR 97239-3098
NONPROFIT ORG.
U.S. Postage
PAID
PERMIT No. 722
Portland, Oregon
General Information
Please register as early as possible. We regret that we may be unable to accommodate late or on-site registrations. Luncheon choices are confirmed on a first-come, first-served basis. You will receive a confirmation email once your
registration form is received; if you do not receive confirmation within 7 days, please call 503-494-4898.
Hotel Reservations
You are encouraged to make hotel reservations as early as possible. Some hotels within a short distance of the
meeting site are listed below; additional suggestions are available from the OHSU CME office at 503-494-8700:
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Hotel deLuxe: 729 SW 15th Avenue
Reservations: 866-895-2094 (www.hoteldeluxeportland.com)
Hilton Portland: 921 SW 6th Avenue
Reservations: 503-226-1611 (www.portland.hilton.com)
Heathman Hotel: 1001 SW Broadway
Reservations: 503-241-4100 (www.heathmanhotel.com)
Getting to the Multnomah Athletic Club
If you plan to drive, limited parking for the lectures is available in the lot directly across from the club between 18th
and 19th on SW Salmon. Street parking may also be available. The MAX light rail runs right next to the MAC along 18th
Avenue (use King’s Hill/Salmon Street stop). For MAX schedule and route information, call 503-238-RIDE, or visit
www.trimet.org.
Portland Oregon Visitors Association
For visitor information, phone 1-877-678-5263 or visit their website at www.travelportland.com.
Course Description
The Sommer Memorial Lectures and Alumni Scientific Sessions bring
nationally and internationally-known speakers to discuss a broad range of
current clinical, research and societal issues in medicine. Topics are designed
to be of interest and value to both the generalist and specialty physician.
At the conclusion of the course, participants will be:
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Familiar with newer anticoagulants and able to weigh the risks and
benefits of using them rather than older drugs
More aware of the role hormones play in bariatric surgery
Better able to treat patients with deep venous thromboembolisms;
understand how long to use anticoagulants and how best to discontinue
their use
More knowledgeable of various treatment options for patients suffering
with back pain
Aware of the media’s role in covering health epidemics world-wide
OHSU School of Medicine Alumni Awards
The Alumni Association will be presenting its annual awards on Friday,
May 15. Awards to be presented include the Resident Paper of the Year
Award highlighting resident/fellows research), the Postdoctoral Paper of
the Year Award (highlighting postdoctoral research), the Charles A. Preuss
Distinguished Alumnus/ an Award (honoring professional achievement), the
Esther Pohl Lovejoy Leadership Award (honoring exceptional leadership),
and the Early Career Achievement Award (highlighting significant career
contributions within fifteen years of graduation).
Credit
The Oregon Health & Science University School of Medicine is accredited by the
Accreditation Council of Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide
continuing medical education for physicians.
American Medical Association: Oregon Health & Science University School
of Medicine, Division of CME, designates this live activity for a maximum of
12.25 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM. Physicians should claim only the credit
commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Audio CDs
The Sommer Trust provides audio CDs of the presentations at a nominal
charge. If you are unable to attend the lectures but would like to order CDs,
email [email protected] or call 503-494-8700 for an order form. Please note: CME
credit is only available for attending the live event.
Additional Information
If you have questions, please call the OHSU Division of Continuing Medical
Education at 503-494-8700 or email [email protected]
If you require reasonable accommodation in order to participate in this event,
please contact the CME office with details of your request at least 30 days
prior to the activity.
Sommer Lecture Committee
David W. Cook, MD, FACS, Chair
Steven C. Beeson, MD, FACP
John Kirkpatrick, MD, FACP
John T. Vetto, MD, FACS
May 14-15, 2015
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Friday AM Lectures
___ No Speaker Lunch
For information, or if you need to cancel your reservation, please call:
503-494-8700 or email [email protected]
Sorry, no telephone registrations can be accepted.
___ Dr. Murr
Please register as early as possible. We regret that we may be unable to accommodate late or on-site registrations. Thursday luncheon choices are
confirmed on a first-come, first-served basis. You will receive a confirmation email once your registration form is received; if you do not receive
confirmation within 7 days, please call 503-494-4898.
Continuing Medical Education-L602
Oregon Health & Science University
3181 SW Sam Jackson Park Rd
Portland, OR 97239-3098
___ Dr. DeLoughery
Friday PM Lectures
___ Dr. Altman
or fax to: 503-494-0392
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