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September 2006 Issue

Last year's Mini Medical College participants had the opportunity to tour through the labs at the Vontz Center for Molecular Studies.
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Public Invited to UC's Mini Medical College

By Jill Hafner
Published September 2006

The UC College of Medicine is once again opening its doors to give the public a taste of what it’s like to be in medical school.


Mini Medical College is a four-week health series designed to provide students and lifelong learners of all ages with the latest trends in modern medicine and disease prevention, but without the long hours, the huge textbooks and, of course, the student loans that come with medical school.

Medical College will be held each Tuesday in October for a total of four “classes.” Each class, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., will include two lectures from distinguished faculty from the College of Medicine.

All classes will be held in the Medical Sciences Building, giving participants a more realistic view of life as a medical student.

he fee is $69 and includes all eight lectures, parking, a notebook of materials and information, a Mini Medical College T-shirt and a certificate of participation for those who attend all four evenings. For more information or to register, call (513) 556-6932. 

2006 Mini Medical College Schedule

Oct. 3

Eating Disorders

Susan McElroy, MD, professor psychiatry


Is Atherosclerosis an Infectious Disease?

Neal Weintraub, MD, professor of medicine


Oct. 10

Ocular Surface Transplantation

Edward Holland, MD, professor of ophthalmology


ACL/Cartilage and Meniscus Injuries

Angelo Colosimo, MD, assistant professor of orthopedic surgery


Oct. 17

Emergency MedicineTrauma in the ER

Kevin Joseph, MD, assistant professor of emergency medicine


Out of the CrossfireĐSolution to the Gun Violence Epidemic

Kenneth Davis, MD, professor of surgery


Oct. 24

The Ear: Receiving the News

Robert Keith, PhD, professor of otolaryngology


Avian InfluenzaNot Just for the Birds

Rebecca Brady, MD, assistant professor of pediatrics 

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