Time: 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Location: Mayo Auditorium Mayo Memorial
Humans are living longer today as a result of groundbreaking research, treatments, and cures, many of which have been developed here at the University of Minnesota. But we still have much to learn about the human body and how we can improve our health through the study of genetics, immunology, cardiovascular research and much more.
Join us for the 27th session of Mini Medical School, “The Human Body: A Living Partnership” and discover how world-renowned experts in the Academic Health Center are researching and making discoveries about the human body – and translating those discoveries into ways to improve health here and around the world. Explore topics such as cardiac anatomy, the nervous system, why we get sick, pharmacology, physiology, arthritis, and aging hearts, all directly from the researchers and doctors who are developing the latest breakthrough therapies in today’s modern medicine.
More information: http://www.health.umn.edu/mini-medical-school/
To request disability accommodations, please contact Steve Jepsen, AHC Office of Communications, firstname.lastname@example.org, 612-624-4604.