Register now for Mini-Med School 2012

The University of South Carolina School of Medicine invites community members to Mini-Med School 2012, an informative month-long series that aims to improve the health and well-being of participants.

Mini-Med School 2012 begins Tuesday, Oct. 2 and continues Tuesday evenings through Oct. 23. All four sessions will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the M-II Classroom in Building 3 on the School of Medicine’s campus adjacent to the Dorn VA Hospital on Garners Ferry Road.

Each class is taught by medical experts who share insight about important health topics. Mini-Med School provides an open forum for participants to ask questions of the experts and gain insight into their health.

The Mini-Med School 2012 schedule is as follows:

Tuesday, Oct. 2
The Predators Among Us
Presented by: Donna Schwartz-Watts, M.D.
South Carolina Department of Mental Health
Department of Mental Health Professor of Clinical Neuropsychiatry and Behavioral Science
USC School of Medicine, Class of 1989

Tuesday, Oct. 9
Understanding Your Digestion: In and Out
Presented by: March Seabrook, M.D.
Consultants in Gastroenterology, PA
Clinical Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine
USC School of Medicine, Class of 1986

Tuesday, Oct. 16
HippoCampus: The Silly Putty of Your Brain
Presented by: Larry Reagan, Ph.D.,
Associate Professor, Department of Pharmacology, Physiology and Neuroscience
USC School of Medicine

Tuesday, Oct. 23
Treatments to Fit the Patient: The Future of Personalized Medicine
Frank Spinale, M.D., Ph.D.,
Professor, Cell Biology and Anatomy
USC School of Medicine

To register, please call (803) 216-3300, email or download the registration form below and follow the mailing instructions. Registration costs $25 and includes class materials, refreshments and a diploma.

The deadline for registration is Sept. 30 and space is limited to the first 125 enrollees.
Download Mini-Med School 2012 registration form
August 14, 2012