Monday Evenings for 5 weeks
6:00 PM to 8:30 PM
(Registration and experiential activities, 5-6 p.m.)
Malcolm Moos Health Sciences Tower
515 Delaware St SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455
Registration Cost: February 1 - March 6:
$80 - General Public
$65 - U of M Faculty/Staff/Students and UMAA Members
$65 - Fairview and UM Physicians Employees
$65 - Students
- New models of care for an aging population
- Breakthroughs in Alzheimer's and Parkinson's research, detection and treatment
Learn about these issues and more! Join us for Mini Medical School's 36th session, where you'll learn from AHC experts who are innovating the way we treat health-related issues and the way we can live our best lives.
Each semester, the Academic Health Center presents Mini Medical School, a unique perspective into the health sciences at the University of Minnesota. Once a week for five weeks, students – ranging in age from high school students to retirees – with a shared interest in health embark on a journey examining the scientific foundations of health and disease. Presented in a language everyone can understand, your guides are internationally renowned University of Minnesota experts who are shaping the way health care is delivered locally and globally.
Enrolling in Mini Medical School will give you the opportunity to:
♦ Learn from the University of Minnesota’s world-class experts
♦ Participate in hands-on learning activities
♦ Hear about leading-edge research and new medical therapies
♦ Engage in discussion with other students who have a shared interest in the health sciences
Even better, there is no prerequisite, no entrance exam and no major financial commitment! Simply sign up for this series of affordable evening classes.
Questions: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ; Phone: 612-624-5100