REDDY MEDICAL COMMUNICATIONS
WHERE OUR WORK IS BEING USED

Teach coagulation for 2nd year medical students at Michigan State.
Teach the pediatric   board review course at UCLA, a review coarse attended by several
hundred   residents to help them pass the pediatric board exam.
National Hemophilia Foundation.
Indiana Hemophilia Center.
UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Northwestern University-Feinberg School of Medicine
Meetings where our Animations have been presented
The animations on How Does blood clot and von Willebrand disease were presented at the following national and international meetings:
1.      Coagulation 101. National Hemophilia Foundation 55th annual meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah Nov. 2003.
2.      Women and bleeding disorder. Women’s’ Expo. Lansing MI. April 24. 2004
3.      Women and Bleeding disorders. Presented to patients with bleeding disorders. May 6th 2004. Lansing MI.
4.      Transition issues in bleeding disorder patients. Family issues for all generations. Seattle WA. May 8th 2004. NHF on the Road. Unity across generations.
5.      The clotting cascade: an interactive look. Recombinant therapy workshop for hemophilia nurses. Chicago Ill. Aug 21, 2004.
6.      Animation of “How does blood Clot and von Willebrand Disease” Medical and Scientific Advisory Committee Meeting. National Hemophilia Foundation, Orlando Nov. 2002.
7.      Use of recombinant Factor VIIa in pediatric liver trauma. Case presentation and animation of the physiology of blood clotting. Selected for presentation at the rFVIIa innovators conference. Scottsdale AZ. Dec 2002.
8.      Von Willebrand Disease and other inherited bleeding disorders in patients with menorrhagia. Symposium on Select Bleeding Disorders in Women, Department of Laboratories, Sparrow Hospital. Kellogg Center, March 16, 2004.
9.      Transition issues in bleeding disorder patients. Family issues for all generations. Seattle WA. May 8th 2004. NHF on the Road. Unity across generations.
10.  An Interactive Look at the Coagulation Cascade "American Association of Neuroscience Nurses. Tuesday, April 20, 2004. San Antonio, Texas.
11.  A hematologist approach to Massive hemorrhage. Invited speaker for grand rounds at Geisinger Hospital, Danville PA. Aug 24, 2004.
12.  The clotting cascade: an interactive look. Recombinant therapy workshop for hemophilia nurses. Chicago Ill. Aug 21, 2004.
13.  A hematologist approach to Massive hemorrhage. Invited speaker for grand rounds at Geisinger Hospital, Danville PA. Aug 24, 2004

14.  New Advances in the management of bleeding disorders. Pediatric and Perinatal update 2004. Marquette General Hospital. Sept 16th 2004
15.  Evolution of hemophilia A care. Pediatric and Perinatal update 2004. Marquette General Hospital. Sept 16th 2004
16.  Perinatal and Pediatric update. Evolution of Hemophilia care.  Marquette General Hospital. Marquette MI. Sept 17, 2004.
17.  “Everything you thought you knew about bleeding disorders but did’nt.” National Hemophilia Foundation annual meeting. Nov. 5th 2004.
18.  Cell based coagulation, an animated approach. Invited speaker, Am Society of Hematology, corporate Friday symposium. Dec 2004.
19.  Adolescents and women with bleeding disorders. Grand Rounds, Sparrow Hospital. Jan 2005.
20.  Massive hemorrhage: A hematologists’ perspective. Invited presentation. Surgery grand rounds Jan 27th 2005.
21.  Women and Bleeding disorders. Presentation to the medical Staff, Railway Hospital, Perambur, Chennai, India Feb 2005.
22.  Hemophilia 101. Spring fest meeting. Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan, Frankenmuth MI. April23rd. 2005
24.  “New Approaches to Managing and Monitoring Excessive Bleeding”,  December 3, 2004, preceding the American Society of Hematology (ASH) annual meeting in San Diego, California
25.  “Stomatogenesis” an interactive guide to Development of Stomata in a leaf. This is used to teach Botany at Vanita College, Hyderabad, India.

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