Community Outreach

April 27, 2007

Mini Med School

Every fall and spring, nationally recognized faculty from the Case School of Medicine and University Hospitals present the latest findings on a variety of important health issues that combines information in basic science and clinical science to a wide range of topics of interest to the general public. Easy-to-understand information about genetics, cancer, neuroscience, infectious diseases, and respiration is taught to adults who want to learn more about medicine and medical research. Case School of Medicine faculty who are recognized leaders in their fields teach all classes. Participants do not need to have a math or science background to enroll in the Mini Med School. Sessions will be in everyday language, and there are no exams.

Nathan A. Berger, MD, Hanna-Payne Professor of Experimental Medicine
Director, Center for Science, Health & Society
Case School of Medicine
Phone: 216.368.2059

Posted by: Debra Crawford April 27, 2007 12:40 PM
Category: Health , Life Long Learning , School of Medicine , Schools and Centers