Heart Health:
Advances in Preventing and Treating Heart Disease
Tuesday evenings, Oct 25 – Dec 6 (no class Nov 22)
7:00 to 8:30 pm PT
How Can We Keep Up With the Organ Shortage?
Thursday evenings, Oct 27 – Dec 8 (no class Nov 24)
7:00 to 8:30 pm PT

Fall 2022 Virtual Courses

Heart Health: Advances in Preventing and Treating Heart Disease

MLL22001
Tuesday evenings, October 25 – December 6 (no class November 22)
7:00 to 8:30 pm PT

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heart

How Can We Keep Up With the Organ Shortage?

MLL22003
Thursday evenings, October 27 – December 8 (no class November 24)
7:00 to 8:30 pm PT

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human organ

In alignment with the California Department of Public Health for Higher Education, UCSF is taking guidance from our local department of public health for social distancing and other actions to mitigate the risk of transmission of the coronavirus. For the latest information and guidance on COVID-19, go to UCSF’s coronavirus website, https://coronavirus.ucsf.edu/, which is updated regularly.

virtual course logoInteractive Webinar: Due to the fluidity of the current public health situation, the UCSF Osher Mini Medical School for the Public will be live streamed. Opportunities will be available to interact with the speakers on each evening. 

We will be using Zoom, which is accessible on a laptop, desktop or mobile device (smartphone, tablet). We recommend downloading the Zoom app in advance of the first session for the most efficient connection.

Need help with Zoom?  View the Getting Started Guide: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362033-Getting-Started-on-Windows-and-Mac


The UCSF Osher Mini Medical School for the Public is designed to provide members of the community the opportunity to see and hear what goes on every day in UCSF’s classrooms and research labs with lectures from the same faculty who are on the front lines, teaching students in the health professions. UCSF Osher Mini Medical School addresses the accelerating public interest in the scientific knowledge behind the health headlines, the role of the consumer in health care decision making, and each citizen’s role in participating in the shaping of health policy.

Learn more about UCSF Osher Mini Medical School by watching this clip

Registration Fees

1 Course: $75
2 Courses: $120

Single Session: $15

 

Students:
FREE (valid student ID required)