UA’s Mini Medical School Returns to downtown Phoenix

[Source: University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix]

Wednesdays February 16 & 23 March 2 & 9. 6 – 8 p.m.

The Mini-Medical School of the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix is a four-week program loosely modeled after the curriculum at the University of Arizona College of Medicine. The lectures are designed to be fun and informative. There is no late-night cramming, long exams or long hours at this school. Just bring your curiosity, sit back and enjoy!

Lecture Schedule for Spring 2011:

  • February 16: Forensics: A Visit from the Maricopa Medical Examiner by Mark Fischione, MD
  • February 23: Aging, Longevity and Health: The Current Picture and Predictions for the Future by Georgia Hall, PhD
  • March 2: Cervical Cancer Prevention and the Latest in Clinical Trial Research by Francisco Garcia, MD
  • March 9: What’s New in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery by William Leighton, MD

Courtesy: SmithGroup
Lecture topics subject to change due to availability of presenters.

Details

Location: College of Medicine-Phoenix 600 E. Van Buren St. Virginia G. Piper Auditorium (between Fifth and Seventh Streets on the north side of Van Buren)
Time: 6 – 8 p.m.
Dates: February 9 & 23 and March 2 & 9.

More Information

For more information about Mini-Medical School at the College of Medicine-Phoenix, please contact:

Barbara Quinlan, Public Affairs College of Medicine-Phoenix
550 East Van Buren Street
Phoenix, Arizona 85004
(602) 827-2024
bquinlan@email.arizona.edu

www.phoenix.medicine.arizona.edu

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