If you’ve always been curious about medical school or want
to learn from top physicians about health conditions affecting you
and your family, the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences is
presenting its Mini Medical School this summer.
The Mini Medical School consists of four lectures on topics
ranging from childhood cancers and healthy eating to hot flashes in
menopause and liver disease. Lectures will take place from 6-8 p.m.
July 1, 8, 15 and 22 in 150 Farber Hall, South Campus.
Mini Medical School is free to UB students. UB faculty and
staff, and members of the public may attend one evening at a cost
of $5, or $15 for all four sessions.
“UB started the Mini Medical School in 1997 as a public
service to the community,” says Roseanne Berger, director of
the Mini Medical School and senior associate dean of graduate
medical education. “We’re continuing that tradition
because we want to provide the public and people interested in
careers in medicine with a fun, casual and informative introduction
For more information call 716-829-6126 or email@example.com. To register,
visit the Mini
Medical School’s website.
Lecture topics are:
- “Guyana: Through the eyes of a pediatric
oncologist,” Lorna Fitzpatrick, clinical associate professor
and chief of medical education, Department of Pediatrics, and a
physician with UBMD Pediatrics.
- “It’s not chopped liver! Understanding the organ
and its importance,” Anthony Martinez, clinical associate
professor, Department of Medicine, and a physician with UBMD
- “Ordered Eating: Simple Foods for Optimum Living,”
Peter Horvath, associate professor, Department of Exercise and
Nutrition Sciences, School of Public Health and Health
- “Eating Disorders,” Dalinda A. Condino, clinical
associate professor and chief of adolescent medicine, Department of
Pediatrics, and a physician with UBMD Pediatrics.
- “Now’s the Time: The mandate to treat Hepatitis
C,” Andrew Talal, professor, Department of Medicine, and a
physician with UBMD.
- “Fatty Liver: The Coming Plague,” Thomas Mahl,
clinical professor and interim chief of gastroenterology,
hepatology and nutrition, Department of Medicine.
- “Problems of the Pelvis,” Tova Ablove, clinical
assistant professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and a
physician with UBMD Obstetrics and Gynecology.
- “Marvels of Menopause,” Vanessa Barnabei, professor
and chair, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and a physician
with UBMD Obstetrics and Gynecology.