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‘VITALS’ with Tom Vo, M.D., M.B.A.

Tom Vo, M.D. (’96), M.B.A., CEO and chairman of the board of Nutex Health, joins the next VITALS program at noon Thursday, Oct. 6, via Zoom.

Register for VITALS

Nutex Health is a technology-enabled health management company that implements and operates innovative health care models, including micro-hospitals, specialty hospitals and hospital outpatient departments. The publicly traded company also owns and operates provider networks such as independent physician associations.

Dr. Vo has more than 25 years of expertise in the business of medicine. He is residency trained in emergency medicine and has worked in busy hospitals and emergency centers throughout Texas. Additionally, he has been instrumental in the start-up and management of over 30 specialty hospitals and emergency centers throughout the U.S. He is recognized by his contemporaries as one of the pioneers and leaders in the field. In 2020, Dr. Vo received the prestigious EY Entrepreneur of The Year® award, where he went on to become the National Finalist.

The monthly VITALS speaker series features a diverse range of innovative leaders in the medical sector. Each speaker has 17 minutes ― the same length of time of the average physician-patient visit — to offer disruptive solutions to health care’s biggest problems. Approaches may cover any of the six components of VITALS: Value-based, Innovation, Technology, Advocacy, Leadership and Service.

Following his presentation, Dr. Vo will engage in discourse with attendees for the remainder of the hour, guided by moderator Monica Robins, senior medical reporter at WKYC.

Register for the Oct. 6 VITALS program with Dr. Vo and watch previous programs at neomed.edu/vitals.

IAMSE Fall Webinar Series viewing and discussion: THE STRUGGLE IS REAL: BREAKING BARRIERS THAT LIMIT STUDENT SUCCESS

2022 Fall IAMSE Webinar Series (3) You may also register for remote viewing.

Faculty and staff have two options to engage with the webinars:

  1. Individuals may register directly with IAMSE under our institutional registration to receive remote viewing permission/links.
  2. Join with other NEOMED colleagues to view and discuss the webinars as a group! Please see flyer for specific dates/time/location/topics. Register for Outlook invitations to the sessions.

Outlook invitations will be provided to individual sessions and will include directions to register for remote viewing. Questions may be directed to the Office of Faculty Enrichment and Engagement at facultyengagement@neomed.edu.

Seminar: “Mitochondrial Dynamics During Health, Disease and Aging”

David W. Busija, M.A., Ph.D., M.D. (Hon), Regents Endowed Professor and Chairman, Department of Pharmacology at Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans, will present “Mitochondrial Dynamics During Health, Disease and Aging” at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 27 in RGE-123.

The talk is part of the Dr. Hans G. Folkesson Memorial Seminar Series, hosted by the IMS Department.

Contact: epolcyn@neomed.edu.

IAMSE Fall Webinar Series viewing and discussion: THE STRUGGLE IS REAL: BREAKING BARRIERS THAT LIMIT STUDENT SUCCESS

2022 Fall IAMSE Webinar Series (3) You may also register for remote viewing.

Faculty and staff have two options to engage with the webinars:

  1. Individuals may register directly with IAMSE under our institutional registration to receive remote viewing permission/links.
  2. Join with other NEOMED colleagues to view and discuss the webinars as a group! Please see flyer for specific dates/time/location/topics. Register for Outlook invitations to the sessions.

Outlook invitations will be provided to individual sessions and will include directions to register for remote viewing. Questions may be directed to the Office of Faculty Enrichment and Engagement at facultyengagement@neomed.edu.

IAMSE Fall Webinar Series viewing and discussion: THE STRUGGLE IS REAL: BREAKING BARRIERS THAT LIMIT STUDENT SUCCESS

2022 Fall IAMSE Webinar Series (3) You may also register for remote viewing.

Faculty and staff have two options to engage with the webinars:

  1. Individuals may register directly with IAMSE under our institutional registration to receive remote viewing permission/links.
  2. Join with other NEOMED colleagues to view and discuss the webinars as a group! Please see flyer for specific dates/time/location/topics. Register for Outlook invitations to the sessions.

Outlook invitations will be provided to individual sessions and will include directions to register for remote viewing. Questions may be directed to the Office of Faculty Enrichment and Engagement at facultyengagement@neomed.edu.

IAMSE Fall Webinar Series viewing and discussion: THE STRUGGLE IS REAL: BREAKING BARRIERS THAT LIMIT STUDENT SUCCESS

2022 Fall IAMSE Webinar Series (3) You may also register for remote viewing.

Faculty and staff have two options to engage with the webinars:

  1. Individuals may register directly with IAMSE under our institutional registration to receive remote viewing permission/links.
  2. Join with other NEOMED colleagues to view and discuss the webinars as a group! Please see flyer for specific dates/time/location/topics. Register for Outlook invitations to the sessions.

Outlook invitations will be provided to individual sessions and will include directions to register for remote viewing. Questions may be directed to the Office of Faculty Enrichment and Engagement at facultyengagement@neomed.edu.

Seminar: ‘Cell and Genome Biology in Different Context’

Yixian Zheng Ph.D., investigator and director in the Department of Embryology at the Carnegie Institution for Science in Baltimore, will present “Cell and Genome Biology in Different Context” at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 6 in Room RGE-123.

This free seminar is part of the Dr. Hans G. Folkesson Memorial Seminar Series at NEOMED.

Contact Erin Polcyn at epolcyn@neomed.edu.

IAMSE Fall Webinar Series viewing and discussion: THE STRUGGLE IS REAL: BREAKING BARRIERS THAT LIMIT STUDENT SUCCESS

2022 Fall IAMSE Webinar Series (3) You may also register for remote viewing.

Faculty and staff have two options to engage with the webinars:

  1. Individuals may register directly with IAMSE under our institutional registration to receive remote viewing permission/links.
  2. Join with other NEOMED colleagues to view and discuss the webinars as a group! Please see flyer for specific dates/time/location/topics. Register for Outlook invitations to the sessions.

Outlook invitations will be provided to individual sessions and will include directions to register for remote viewing. Questions may be directed to the Office of Faculty Enrichment and Engagement at facultyengagement@neomed.edu.