Oluwatobiloba (Deborah) Osikoya to Present Dissertation Seminar – “The Role of Uterine Perivascular Adipose Tissue in Maternal Uterine Vascular Adaptations to Pregnancy”

 

In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Doctor of Philosophy degree in the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Oluwatobiloba (Deborah) Osikoya will present a seminar entitled, “The Role of Uterine Perivascular Adipose Tissue in Maternal Uterine Vascular Adaptations to Pregnancy” on August 31, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. CST. The campus community is invited to attend via Zoom https://unthsc.zoom.us/j/94197976372. A private defense with the advisory committee will immediately follow the seminar.

Deborah Osikoya is a doctoral candidate in Integrative Physiology, under the supervision of Styliani Goulopoulou, Ph.D., Assistant Professor.

TCU & UNTHSC School of Medicine September Grand Rounds: What If They Aren’t Playing Our Game?: Education theories, Curriculum Intent, and Learner Goals Re-examined

 

TCU & UNTHSC School of Medicine September Grand Rounds

What If They Aren’t Playing Our Game?: Education Theories, Curriculum Intent, and Learner Goals Re-examined

Facilitated by Glenn Regehr, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Surgery, Associate Director (Research), Centre for Health Education Scholarship at University of British Columbia

Tuesday, September 22, 2020
8:30 AM – 9:30 AM
via Zoom
Please e-mail MDFacultyDev@tcu.edu for Zoom link.

Learning Objectives:
Participants will learn to:
• Discuss the influence of the learning environment on learner goals
• Discuss the influence of learner goals on the ability of curricular designs to achieve educator goals
• Discuss mechanisms and approaches to align learner goals with curricular goals

OneUniversity Studio now open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays *by appointment only*

 

We are happy to announce that the OneUniversity studio is now open on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays! To book your time in the studio for your project, please send an email to oneuniversitystudio@unthsc.edu or send an email one of the videographers listed below:

Rens Bais with CIL – Ernesto.Bais@unthsc.edu
Adam Van Fossen with CIL/INCEDO – Adam.VanFossen@unthsc.edu
Stephen McBroom with INCEDO – Stephen.McBroom@unthsc.edu
Felipe Monjaras with OBC – Felipe.Monjaras@unthsc.edu

To make sure that we limit the exposure to COVID-19, we have a cleaning schedule that us videographers adhere to, and there are a few entry and usage guidelines that have to be followed:
– Please wear disposable gloves and mask at all times. You can remove the mask while you’re recording if you wish
– Keep the 6’ rule at all times
– A maximum of 4 people (including the videographer) are allowed in the studio
– Please be on time, do not come early. We do not allow waiting in the hallway, due to possible exposure with others
– Do not touch any of the studio gear (except videographers). This minimizes exposure
– High touch surfaces such as door handles, keyboard, mouse and the height adjustable desk will be cleaned after every use.
– Be aware that the soft surface chairs in the Cozy corner is limited to 2 people only (and they have to be at least 6’ apart)
– Hand sanitizer and Clorox cleaning wipes will also be made available

We will also post signs with entry and usage guidelines along with the cleaning schedule that will be posted outside and inside the studio. Please let us know if you wish to have a copy of the complete entry and usage guidelines document.

*The library remains closed. For entry, meet your videographer at your appointment time at the freight elevator on the ground floor of the library by the clinic parking garage.

If you have any questions or concerns, please send an email to Ernesto.Bais@unthsc.edu.

Best,
Rens

Workout of the Day!

 

Descending time interval latter: 70s, 60s, 50s, 40s, 30s, 20s, & 10s. 25s rest between rounds. Example: high knees, burpees, jumping jacks, plank hold, rest & repeat with new time.

High Knees

Burpees or Modified Burpees

Jumping Jacks

Plank Hold

Pro Tip: reset timer for new time during rest periods

“Together Toward Tomorrow” — Fall 2020 Faculty Assembly

 

Please join us virtually via Zoom on Tuesday September 8, 2020 at 12 PM for the Fall 2020 Faculty Assembly, “Together Toward Tomorrow”.

Thank you for continuing to be amazing and we look forward to seeing you at the next Faculty Assembly!

For more information, please visit the Faculty Assembly’s website.

Oluwatobiloba (Deborah) Osikoya to Present Dissertation Seminar – “The Role of Uterine Perivascular Adipose Tissue in Maternal Uterine Vascular Adaptations to Pregnancy”

 

In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Doctor of Philosophy degree in the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Oluwatobiloba (Deborah) Osikoya will present a seminar entitled, “The Role of Uterine Perivascular Adipose Tissue in Maternal Uterine Vascular Adaptations to Pregnancy” on August 31, 2020, at 1:00 p.m. CST. The campus community is invited to attend via Zoom https://unthsc.zoom.us/j/94197976372. A private defense with the advisory committee will immediately follow the seminar.

Deborah Osikoya is a doctoral candidate in Integrative Physiology, under the supervision of Styliani Goulopoulou, Ph.D., Assistant Professor.

TCU & UNTHSC School of Medicine September Grand Rounds: What If They Aren’t Playing Our Game?: Education theories, Curriculum Intent, and Learner Goals Re-examined

 

TCU & UNTHSC School of Medicine September Grand Rounds

What If They Aren’t Playing Our Game?: Education Theories, Curriculum Intent, and Learner Goals Re-examined

Facilitated by Glenn Regehr, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Surgery, Associate Director (Research), Centre for Health Education Scholarship at University of British Columbia

Tuesday, September 22, 2020
8:30 AM – 9:30 AM
via Zoom
Please e-mail MDFacultyDev@tcu.edu for Zoom link.

Learning Objectives:
Participants will learn to:
• Discuss the influence of the learning environment on learner goals
• Discuss the influence of learner goals on the ability of curricular designs to achieve educator goals
• Discuss mechanisms and approaches to align learner goals with curricular goals