Mini Medical School

Held each spring, Mini Medical School is a series of lectures and interactive activities that provide an insight into the world of medicine featuring our institution's world-class researchers, clinicians, and trainees. Past subjects have included neurodegeneration, mental health, and translating research discoveries, to name a few.

Two women watch a demonstration with a medical model of a nerve.
A crowd of adults watch a Mini Medical School presentation attentively.

Community Health Seminars

Community seminars present the latest and best information on practical health topics that matter to you and your family.

STEM Education

STEM education are designed for students in grades K–12 with the intent to inspire appreciation and excitement for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) as the foundation for understanding our own health and uncovering the next generation of health care professionals.

A young girl engages in a STEM activity using a model of the bones in a human arm.


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