Carle Illinois College of Medicine General Events


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    • 12:00 - 1:00 pm
    • Medical Sciences Building Auditorium, Room 274 Simulcast at Pollard Auditorium, Carle Foundation Hospital

    Carle Illinois College of Medicine offers students an expansive innovation landscape in which to develop creative solutions to health care problems. In three short presentations drawn from his own work, student Al Smith will discuss the methods he has used to pursue medical innovation as a researcher and touch on aspects of Carle Illinois’ research ecosystem and resources.

    • 12:00 - 1:30 pm
    • Medical Sciences Building Auditorium (Room 274) or Pollard Auditorium (Carle Forum)

    Over a million human tissue allografts are used in surgical reconstruction cases in the United States each year. These include bone, skin, tendon, stem cells, and living articular cartilage. In this presentation, Dr. Ross Wilkins will review the history of bone and soft tissue transplantation and the scientific basis of their use.