The College of Medicine – Tucson presents Mini Medical School, a FREE event that will include three 25-minute talks by clinical and research faculty who specialize in dementia. Presenters will review disease physiology, prevention, and novel treatments, and will answer your questions. Class will occur on Saturday, February 4, in the Health Sciences Innovation Building (HSIB). In-person attendance is encouraged with free parking available in Lot 2012, and a virtual option is also available. All in-person participants will receive a Dementia 101 diploma. Registration is required. Complimentary breakfast, lunch and refreshments provided.
Health Sciences Innovation Building (HSIB)
Free Parking available in Lot 2012
About Mini Medical School
Mini Medical School is a forum in which community members can receive accurate and valuable health information from expert physicians and scientists from the College of Medicine – Tucson. Each half-day event is centered around a specific disease with an opportunity for audience engagement. Tucson and surrounding community members are encouraged to attend. This College of Medicine – Tucson event series is co-hosted by Kristen Rundell, MD, chair of the Department of Family and Community Medicine, and Jordan F. Karp, MD, Chair of the Department of Psychiatry.
Kristen Rundell, MD
Chair, Family & Community Medicine
Professor, Family and Community Medicine
Jordan Karp, MD
Member of the Graduate Faculty