Speaker for January 30, 2019

Dr. Bahado-Singh

“Maternal Morbidity in the US”

Dr. Bahado-Singh is the Health System Chair of the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Beaumont Health System, which has an active urogynecology division. He is also Professor and Chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine.

 Dr. Bahado-Singh is an accomplished researcher, developing research labs in metabolomics, and epigenomics and molecular genetics. He has published novel research findings on metabolomic prediction of preeclampsia, Down syndrome and recently fetal congenital heart defect in pregnancy. His other area of interests includes metabolomics of common brain disorders of children and adults.

 Dr. Bahado-Singh is a Maternal Fetal Medicine Specialist and geneticist, very committed to the development of metabolomics as a cross disciplinary (combined with genomics and proteomics) research enterprise in the USA.

 Dr. Bahado-Singh is well-respected nationally and internationally as an academician, clinician and researcher.  He has served on the boards of Society of Maternal Fetal Medicine and American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine. He also sits on the advisory board of the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology and also associate editor of Journal of Maternal Fetal and Neonatal Medicine.

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Speaker for January 16, 2019

Paula Talbot, District 6400 Dean of AG’s

“Believe in Positive Thinking to Change Your Life”

Paula will lead us through simple steps to live a more positive life. In 1994 life suddenly changed for Paula and she found herself on a new, unfamiliar journey. Paula shares with you how she battled years of depression, addiction, anxiety and agoraphobia to achieve a new emotionally free and productive life.

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Speaker for January 23, 2019

Dr. Donna D. Schmidt

Allen Park, MI USA
This project focuses on reducing deaths and improving the health of women and children in northern Ethiopia through the construction of a junior hospital, a global grant and a vocational training team.  You'll hear how we developed trusting relationships, conducted a community needs assessment, established partnerships with community groups and government agencies and involved six Rotary Districts from the United States, Canada and Ethiopia. 

 

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Detroit Rotary