Public Invited to UA Mini-Medical School Evening Lecture Series
Maybe you chose to go to law school or enter the business world. Or, maybe you just overslept chemistry class or played too much Frisbee on the quad. For whatever reason, like most people, you didn't go to medical school. Still think you've got what it takes?
All you need is a sense of curiosity and some free evenings this spring. The UA Mini-Medical School is a 5-week series of easy-to-understand, entertaining and educational medical lectures for the general public, taught by UA College of Medicine faculty physicians and researchers.
The UA Mini-Medical School is open to anyone with an interest in the health sciences. There are no tests and no homework, but participants will receive a certificate upon completion of the program. All lectures are held from 6 to 8 p.m. in Room 2117 of the UA College of Medicine, 1501 N. Campbell Ave.
The cost for the UA Mini-Medical School lecture series is $50 per person, which includes lecture notes and light refreshments. Parking is free.
The spring schedule is as follows:
- Feb. 26: Cancer: Conquering the Conqueror
William Bellamy, PhD,associate professor of Pathology, UA College of Medicine.
- March 5: Menopause: What's New? What's True?
Tamsen Bassford, MD, head, Department of Family and Community Medicine, UA College of Medicine, principal investigator, Women's Health Initiative in Arizona.
- March 12: Watching the Mind at Work: Imaging the Brain
John Nolte, PhD, professor of Cell Biology and Anatomy, UA College of Medicine
- March 19: Nutrition, Weight and Optimal Aging
Douglas Taren,PhD, associate professor and chair of the Master's in Public Health Program, Mel and Enid Zuckerman Arizona College of Public Health
- March 26: The Human Heart
Lorraine Mackstaller, MD, assistant professor of Internal Medicine, UA College of Medicine and UA Sarver Heart Center.
Seating is limited to the first 110 people registered. To register or for further information, please call the AHSC Office of Public Affairs at 626-7301.