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With the coronavirus spreading at alarming levels, IMANA recognized the pressing need to provide factual and reassuring information to help communities understand the disease, its incidence, and its public health impacts. We are proud to present Dr. Daniel Brennan, Director of Johns Hopkins Transplant Comprehensive Center and Professor of Medicine, to discuss how the pandemic has impacted organ donation and transplantation, in addition to showing evidence-based research for clinicians, potential donors, and transplant candidates. Register at learn.imana.org/organ-donationFind out more »
Come join us for our third Fall Campaign Event! Registration is free! You will have the opportunity to (virtually) cook alongside Mirna Bamieh, the Founder and Director of The Palestine Hosting Society, as she cooks Rummanieh and speaks on Revitalizing the Culture of Palestinian Food. Register at https://learn.imana.org/palestinianfoodFind out more »
The IMANA Education Committee is proud to share yet another webinar in collaboration with experts in the field to bring you more information about Bone Marrow Transplants. This webinar is led by Dr. Ayman Saad, Professor of Internal Medicine (Division of Hematology) at James Cancer Hospital Solove Research Institute, who will present on understanding the bone marrow transplant process, side effects, recovery and what to expect. Register at learn.imana.org/bonemarrowFind out more »
On Dec. 22, join subject-matter experts for this informative webinar on updates about the COVID-19 vaccine; the roll-out plan, expected side effects, a brief on the research studies and data behind the vaccine as well as an insight into this vaccine for kids.
All information contained within this webinar is current as of Dec. 22, 2020.
Our esteemed panelists are: Dr. Uzma Syed, Infectious Disease Specialist, and Chair COVID Task Force; Dr. Noor Jihan Abdul Haqq, Pediatrics Specialist; Dr. Nada Fadul, Infectious Disease Specialist
Hosted by Health Professionals Committee of the National Muslim Taskforce on Covid-19. Platform by IMANA.
February is American Heart Month and the IMANA Education Committee is hosting a webinar in collaboration with Dr. Babar Basir, Interventional Cardiologist to promote awareness of heart disease and ways to prevent it, to help people live longer and healthier lives. Cardiovascular diseases consistently rank as the leading cause of death in the United States, exceeding all forms of cancer, for both men and women. Tune into this important webinar to learn how to keep your heart healthy, as the more you know about your body and monitor your health, the more you are able to prevent more serious conditions from developing.