University of California San Francisco
to hold mini medical school in May
Bay City News Service
March 20, 2006
SAN FRANCISCO (BCN) - The University of California, San
Francisco announced it will hold its "Mini Medical School"
for the public beginning in May.
This year's school, "Bringing Science to Life: The Promise
of Modern Medicine," will allow members of the community
to see and hear what goes on in university classrooms and research
labs, the university reported.
Classes will be held every Wednesday from May 3 to June 7 from
7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at university 's Cole Hall.
Each class includes a one-hour lecture followed by a question
and answer session. Tuition for the Mini Medical School is $75,
the university reported.
A complete list of the classes, which include discussions on
the use of embryonic stem cells, infectious diseases and addiction,
can be found on the Web site, http://lifelonglearning.ucsf.edu.
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