Through the Ages
Change is a natural part of the journey through life. As time passes, we all change physically, mentally, and emotionally. As these changes take place, our health concerns and practices change as well. Each phase of life presents unique challenges and opportunities related to health. At the University of Minnesota, researchers are constantly discovering new ways to improve the journey.
The 28th session of Mini Medical School, “Through the Ages,” will focus on health issues throughout life, from pregnancy and infancy to regenerative medicine and long-term care. Join us as health professionals and researchers from the University of Minnesota guide us through health topics that apply to you and loved ones of all ages.
Understand diseases and disorders that are prominent in particular age ranges. Explore some of the scientific breakthroughs that are improving the lives of people in each stage of life. All of this will be possible during the winter 2013 session of Mini Medical School.
When: Mondays, February 4 - March 4, 2013, 6-8:30 p.m.; Experiential activities: 5-6 p.m.
Location: 2-650 Malcolm Moos Health Sciences Tower, 515 Delaware Street, S.E., Minneapolis, MN 55455
Cost: $80 for the public; $65 for U of M faculty, staff, students, members of the University of Minnesota Alumni Association, Fairview employees and UMPhysicians employees