Developmental Delay: “Diagnostic Do’s and Don’ts”

Author: Kosofsky, Barry, MD, PhD
Date: Tuesday, May 27, 2014
Category: CE Credit, Webinar
Description: Dr. Kosofsky discusses the topic of developmental delay, acceptable variations of child development, how it is assessed clinically, how to recognize the importance of distinguishing... Read more 

Understanding BRCAvantage™: BRCA Testing from Quest Diagnostics

Author: James, L. Patrick, MD
Date: Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Category: Webinar
Description: L. Patrick James, MD, discusses the clinical relevance of BRCA1 and BRCA2 testing, review the details of the Quest BRCAvantage™ tests including technical assay design,... Read more 

Epilepsy: Using Advances in Genetic Testing to Improve Patient Care

Author: Perry, M. Scott, MD
Date: Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Category: CE Credit, Webinar
Description: One of the leading epilepsy experts, M. Scott Perry, MD, discusses Epilepsy and the importance of understanding the genetic factors that may impact diagnosis and... Read more 

Advanced Insights into Residual Cardiovascular Risk-Another Perspective

Author: Levenson, Ian, DO, FACOFP, Lipidologist
Date: Wednesday, May 07, 2014
Category: Webinar
Description: Dr. Ian Levenson brings his unique perspective to the discussion of the benefit of going beyond the traditional Lipid Panel. He will review the value... Read more 

HIV Laboratory Diagnosis: New Tests and a New Algorithm

Author: Branson, Bernard M., MD
Date: Tuesday, May 06, 2014
Category: CE Credit, Webinar
Description: Bernard Branson, MD, will explain why it is essential to detect acute HIV infection, how to differentiate assays and help the attendee understand the rationale... Read more 

Ion Mobility: Advance Lipid Analysis for Management of Cardiovascular Risk

Author: Krauss, Ron M., MD, Superko, H. Robert, MD
Date: Monday, April 28, 2014
Category: Webinar, Videos
Description: Ronald M. Krauss, MD, and Robert Superko, MD, present an engaging discussion on the role of advanced lipid testing in treating patients with cardiovascular disease.... Read more