Dr. Matthew McLaughlin will present "Oral Baclofen, Precision Medicine, and One Man's Journey Into Pandora's Box" on Thursday, June 21, 2018 from 12:00-1:00pm at Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals Omaha Campus. The presentation is free and will also be available via Zoom for those unable to attend in person.
Dr. McLaughlin specializes in pediatric rehabilitative medicine (PRM). He completed a siz-year combined bachelor-M.D. program at the University of Missouri-Kansas City followed by an internal medicine internship there. He completed his PM&R residency at the University of Missouri-Columbia, and then a two-year fellowship in Pediatric Rehabilitative Medicine (PRM) at Childrens Mercy in Kansas City. After a research fellowship and completion of a Master's in Bioinformatics, Dr. McLaughlin joined the Children's Mercy faculty as assistant professor. Currently he directs the EMG labratory there and is involved in critical care, research, and teaching.
Objectives of Dr. McLaughlin's presentation:
- Discuss the role of clinical pharmacology in treating the PM&R patient
- Explore reasons for variability in response to common rehabilitation therapeutics
- Highlight future goals for the field to improve prescribing practices.
Location: Madonna Rehabilitation Hospitals - Omaha Campus at 17500 Burke Street, Omaha, Nebraska 68118 (Conference Room: Dodge A/B) You may enter through the main doors and the information desk will direct you.
ZOOM information: https://madonna.zoom.us/j/278597279
Meeting ID: 278-597-279