About Us

Maybe you have chosen to go to law school or enter the business world. Perhaps you just overslept and missed chemistry class or played too much Frisbee on the quad. For whatever reason, like most people, you didn't go to medical school. Still think you've got what it takes? In 1997, Harry Sultz, DDS, MPH, Professor and Dean Emeritus and Alan M. Reynard, PhD, Professor, Pharmacology & Toxicology of the University at Buffalo began a Mini-Medical School for people without a medical background.

Participants won't graduate with a license to practice, but they will become immersed in medical science and do it in the company of some of UB's of leading physicians and researchers. Mini-Medical School lectures are similar to those offered to UB medical students.

Enrollment in the Mini-Medical School is limited to the first 300 registrants. All the lectures take place from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm in 150 Farber Hall, Butler Auditorium on the Main Street South Campus.

* A Community Service Program of the School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York

For more information about this program or schedule of events, please contact the office of Graduate Medical Education at:

(716) 829-6126


Berger, Roseanne
Roseanne C. Berger, MD
Director
Sr. Associate Dean for Graduate Medical Education
bergerrc@buffalo.edu
Ryan, Holly
Holly Ryan
Program Coordinator
ogme@buffalo.edu

 



MiniMed News and Events

The School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, under the direction of Dr. Roseanne Berger is pleased to offer Mini Medical School once again. As always, Mini Medical School is a public service offered to anyone ages 16 and older in an informal learning environment. Those interested in learning about the latest advancements in medicine and healthcare are encouraged to attend one or all of the events held on Tuesdays in July:


  • Learning the Facts of Ebola
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  • November 18, 2014
  • 6pm - 7:30pm
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  • John A. Sellick, Jr. D.O.
  • Department of Medicine/ Associate Professor Infectious Disease, Infectious Diseases
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  • Alan J. Lesse, M.D.
  • Department of Medicine/Associate Professor Bioinformatics, Infectious Disease, Microbial Pathogenesis
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  • UBís Mini Medical School invites you to a discussion lead by Dr. Alan Lesse and Dr. John Sellick regarding the recent Ebola outbreak. They will provide the public with current and knowledgeable information explaining what Ebola is, the history of the disease, media misconceptions and future implications of the current outbreak. Drs. Lesse and Sellick are Associate Professors in the Department of Medicine, specializing in Infectious Diseases . We hope this lecture session will provide our community with accurate information to address any concerns the public may have about Ebola.
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  • Cost: Free and open to public
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  • Announcement Flyer
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  • Please contact 829-6126 for additional questions or concerns.

Please visit Schedule and Events to register!