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Grand Rounds

Assistant Professor David Gibson speaks during a Grand Rounds talk in January 2020.

Medical Grand Rounds are held every Friday in the Brady Memorial Auditorium on Cedar Street at 8 a.m. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, Grand Rounds have been held virtually. The talks are free and open to the public, featuring speakers across a variety of orthopaedic disciplines as well as physiatrists. Topics have investigated new surgical techniques, diversity and inclusion, and new methods of classification for conditions that patients face.

Once a year in the fall, the Department convenes its annual Southwick Lecture, where the topic of discussion features a distinguished guest often outside of Orthopaedics. Past speakers have included reporters from 60 Minutes, etc etc.