Published October 15, 2015
UB faculty and staff interested in learning about the latest advancements in medicine can sign up for UB’s Mini Medical School, the popular lecture series that presents subjects traditionally covered in medical school and highlights clinical advances brought to Western New York by UB faculty.
The series, which is geared toward a general audience, is held from 6-8 p.m. on Monday nights in Butler Auditorium, 150 Farber Hall, South Campus.
The series opens on Oct. 19 with “Introduction to Anatomical Sciences and the Clinical Practice.”
Other topics to be covered are “Introduction to Microbiology” on Oct. 26 and “Advances in Interventional Cardiology” on Nov. 2.
The cost is $5 per lecture — $10 for all three sessions — for the general public and free for current UB students.
Those interested in attending one or all of our programs are asked to register online or call 829-6126.