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Free Flu Shots Now Available

Free influenza vaccinations are now available to medical staff, including private physicians, in Employee Health Service (EHS) located in SSB-200. Appointments and walk-ins are welcome from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Flu shot clinics are planned this month for ...

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Medication Shortage Update

Pharmacy Focus

Ascorbic Acid 500mg/ml 50ml injection vials ...

Furosemide, Bumetanide, Torsemide ...

Epinephrine 0.1mg/ml 10ml syringes ... 

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Printing Patient Results

Web/VS Tip of the Week

When you need to print patient results, use the "Print" icon at the right end of the silver banner across the top of the page.

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Meetings and Events

Arthur I. Johnson, M.D., Memorial Medical Student Reception
Oct. 19

"Divination and DNA: The Hazard, but Inevitability, of 'Divination' in Our New Genomics"
Oct. 20

Comprehensive Approach to the Treatment of Obesity
Oct. 22

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Physicians Continue Their Education

Mariko Ishimori, M.D., right, was one of a dozen aspiring clinical scientists who recently graduated from Cedars-Sinai’s Clinical Scholar Program.

The program is designed for medical residents, fellows and young faculty at Cedars-Sinai. It includes a part-time curriculum in translational medicine and clinical research and concludes with an optional second year of full-time research under the supervision of an experienced mentor.

There are roughly 40 scholars enrolled in the program at a given time.

The program is directed at preparing the physicians for successful NIH and other research grant applications. Dr. Ishimori, Odelia Cooper, M.D., and Shervin Rabizadeh, M.D., have all received National Institutes of Health funding to date.