Feb. 11-17, 2000

Apply now for U.Va.'s 'Mini-Med School'
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Apply now for U.Va.'s 'Mini-Med School'

Interested in medicine, but never quite made it to medical school? Apply for the School of Medicinešs sixth annual "Mini-Med School," a series of free Thursday evening classes. For seven weeks beginning March 30, from 7 to 9 p.m., Medical School professors will discuss timely and important health topics.

One class will feature a research laboratory tour. The other six will cover basic scientific information and the latest research on a variety of topics, including, anatomy, aging, hormones and blood sugar levels, cancer, hypertension, and immunology.

The application deadline is Feb. 28. Participants will be selected through a lottery, and classes will be held in Jordan Hall. Free parking is available. To obtain an application, call 924-5839 or 924-2563.


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