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Home > News > Press Releases & Media Advisories > Press Release

UC Irvine mini-medical school offers window to public on the latest in medical education and research


Irvine, Calif., September 28, 1998

Beginning in October, UC Irvine College of Medicine's "mini-medical school" will show the public-in lay terms-the latest innovations and ideas in medical education and research. In collaboration with UCI Extension's Academy for Lifelong Learning, the UCI College of Medicine will hold a series of 12 faculty lectures. The lectures will be given during fall, winter and spring sessions on Mondays between Oct. 5, 1998, and 
April 26, 1999.

All lectures are free and open to the public. The lectures will be held from 4:30-6 p.m. at the Dr. S. Jerome and Judith D. Tamkin Student Lecture Building at UCI's College of Medicine. For more information, call Anita Ziebe at (949) 824-1716. Lectures scheduled for the fall include:

Oct. 5:
Dr. Alberto Manetta, senior associate dean, UCI College of Medicine.
Everything you ever wanted to know about what future doctors learn.

Oct. 12:
Dr. Richard Robertson, chair, Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology.
How basic science research is applied in the search for the causes of neurological diseases.

Oct. 19:
Dr. Gale Granger, professor, Department of Molecular Biology and Biochemistry.
How does the immune system respond to disease?

Oct. 26:
Dr. Kenneth Baldwin, professor, Department of Physiology and Biophysics.
How do muscles adapt to our lifestyle and the environment?


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