Mini Med School starts new term

Tuesday, October 2, 2007

The Mini Medical School at Western’s Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry starts its fifth year on Thursday and once again, the class is full with a waiting list.  This popular lecture series from our Faculty, Staff & Community Development Office lets participants experience the feel of attending medical school without the final exams, high tuition, or cadavers.  Some of the highlights of this term include a look at ecosystem health, infertility treatments and transplant surgery.  The lectures are held in Room D1002 of the Dental Sciences Building from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on six consecutive Thursday evenings. 

 

Topics and presenters as listed:    

Oct. 4  Infectious Music: How Microbes Shaped Our Music –Dr. Quim Madrenas
Oct. 11  The Ins and Outs of Transplant surgery –Dr. Vivian McAlister
Oct. 18  Ecosystem Health: It’s Part of Us All –Dr. Charles Trick
Oct. 25  Life in the ER: From Waiting Room to Trauma Room –Dr. Bill McCauley
Nov. 1  Sperm Gotta Swim, Eggs Gotta Try: Current Treatment of Infertility –Dr.   Jackie Hollet-Caines    
Nov. 8  Navigating the Motor Neuron: What Happens When the Infrastructure Fails –Dr.   Michael Strong  





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