Mini-Med 2016 has finished. The four lectures are now available online

We explore the most vital organ in the human body, The Brain, in our fourth annual Mini-Med series. Your brain is the most complex part of your body – the coordinating center of how you feel, how you think, and how you move. From stem to cell, we'll examine the intricacies of the brain, how it regulates your health, and how UBC experts are leading research that advances our understanding of conditions like Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, stroke and addiction.

Find out more about our curriculum here.

Mini-Med Lecture Series 2016

UBC Okanagan is again delivering this public health education series, offering a unique opportunity to learn about current medical issues and how the latest research can teach us more about our own health. Learn more

The series of four Mini-Med lectures starts on October 25 at 7 pm at UBC's Clinical Academic Campus, Kelowna General Hospital. Learn more

Tuition for the Series: Adults: $30; Second Adult $20; Seniors (65+) $20; Students: $15. Single-class registration: $10. All pricing plus GST. 

For more information, contact Shirley Hutchinson, Mini-Med Coordinator, phone 250-808-9140.

UBC's Mini-Med is presented by Development and Alumni Engagement with support from the Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Principal of UBC's Okanagan campus.

Mini-Med 2016 gratefully acknowledges sponsorship support from alumni UBC.