UB Physicians & Professors present: Mini Medical School
Did you choose a career path other than medical school? Do you want to get a crash course in the medical profession? JOIN US each evening for a special Mini Medical lecture to learn what medical school would be like without having to do the hard studying or clinical trainings. Of course, participants won’t graduate with a license to practice, but they will become immersed in medical science and do it in the company of some of the leading UB physicians and researchers. Still think you've got what it takes? REGISTER NOW for the July 1st lecture: Guyana: Through the eyes of a Pediatric Oncologist - Lorna Fitzpatrick, MD; It's Not Chopped Liver! Understanding the organ and its importance - Anthony Martinez, MD. The founders, Harry Sultz, DDS, MPH, Professor and Dean Emeritus and Alan M. Reynard, PhD, Professor, Pharmacology & Toxicology of the University at Buffalo, wanted people without a medical background to learn the field of medicine in a fun, casual and informative learning environment . Dr. Roseanne Berger , the current director of Mini Medical School and Senior Associate Dean of Graduate Medical School, is carrying on the tradition. She encourages young people considering a future in healthcare to register.