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Canvas Days December 2017 has ended

CNDLS and UIS invite you to explore and learn about Canvas, Georgetown’s newest course management platform, at Canvas Days on December 11 & 12. This series of presentations and training opportunities will help faculty and staff prepare to use Canvas, covering topics such as Canvas basics, grading in Canvas, and designing your course in Canvas. Participants may attend in-person in Healey Family Student Center or online using Zoom web conferencing.

Registration instructions:

  • If you have a Sched account, click "Log In" in the upper right-hand corner.
  • If you don’t have a Sched account, fill out your information below or click "Sign Up" in the upper right-hand corner. When creating your account on Sched, please use your Georgetown email and enter the name of your department for "Company Name."
  • Once you log in or create an account, select the sessions that you wish to attend. A schedule reminder will be sent one day before the event.
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David Milzman, MD

Georgetown U School of Medicine
Assoc Dean

No TwitterDave Milzman, MD, serves as Research Director, Department of Emergency Medicine at MedStar Washington Hospital Center in Washington, D.C., and as an Attending Physician, Emergency Medicine, at MedStar Washington Hospital Center and Children's National Medical Center in Washington. Dr. Milzman's investigative work focuses on clinical research into sepsis, shock, traumatic injury, and injury prevention. His additional research interests include clinical outcomes, particularly non-ST elevation myocardial infarction (NSTEMI), acute congestive heart failure, acute surgical emergencies, and sports concussive injuries. In this latter role, he serves as Director of Medical Research for the MedStar Sports Medicine Concussion Program.


Among his professional affiliations, Dr. Milzman is a member of the American College of Emergency Medicine, the Society of Critical Care Medicine, the Society for Academic Emergency Physicians, and the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma. He has published many articles and chapters in the medical literature and has appeared in numerous media venues as an expert on urban emergency medicine, gun violence, and improved care delivery in the emergency department setting.


A graduate of the University of Maryland, College Park, Dr. Milzman received his medical degree from Georgetown University Medical School, completed his combined residency in Emergency and Internal Medicine at Eastern Virginia Graduate School of Medicine in Norfolk, and completed two fellowships in Critical Care and Trauma Research at the University of Maryland R. Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore.


Research Interests

Dr. Milzman's research interests include



Sepsis
Shock trauma
Sports concussive injury
Urban emergency medicine
Non-ST elevation myocardial infarction (NSTEMI)
Acute congestive heart failure
Substance abuse
Suicidal ideation

Dr. Milzman has worked on a variety of emergency medicine and sports concussive medicine research and development projects. Dr. Milzman serves as an expert on urban emergency medicine.