Brown Bag Seminar

The second brown bag seminar for the semester was on Research article - Latrogenic Hypervitaminosis D as an Unusual Cause of Persistent Vomiting. It was organized in Semester III Class room on June 26, 2014. Student Gbalekan Dawodu (MD2), presented the seminar and lead the discussion forum after the presentation.

The second brown bag seminar for the semester was on Research article – Latrogenic Hypervitaminosis D as an Unusual Cause of Persistent Vomiting. It was organized in Semester III Class room on June 26, 2014. Student Gbalekan Dawodu (MD2), presented the seminar and lead the discussion forum after the presentation. We had a participation of 32 students and faculty for the presentation. It was organized by CME/Research & Faculty Professional Development Committee.

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