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Upcoming Session

April 21 - May 26, 2020
10:00 –11:30 am



Helping Baltimore Residents Improve their Health & Well-Being

Offered as a public service, Mini-Medical School ("Mini-Med School") is a tuition-free lecture series provided by University of Maryland School of Medicine faculty, during which the lay public learns about diseases and their prevention.

The program began 18 years ago with a session for adults and has now expanded to adult seniors and local city youth.

Over 8,000 local community members have participated in the Mini-Med School Program!

Mini-Med School Programs

Seniors Medical Symposium

The University of Maryland School of Medicine in partnership with the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) provides a six-week seminar at the CCBC Extension Center in Owings Mills. The Seniors Medical Symposium is geared towards adult seniors who are interested in the latest advances in medicine and science.

The 2020 Seniors Medical Symposium will begin on April 21.
To register for the course, click here.

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Mini-Med School For KidsHappy faculty member working with kids

This year will be the 13th year that the Univeristy of Maryland School of Medicine will host its annual Mini-Med School for Kids program‌. Mini-Med School for Kids brings medicine, science, and the importance of health to children in an interactive and exciting way!

The 2020 Mini-Med School for Kids Program begins on July 13.

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Mini-Med School

More than 400 Baltimore area residents attend the University of Maryland School of Medicine's annual Mini-Med School program. Presented by faculty physicians, Mini-Med School lectures are designed to be casual, fun, and informative, while focusing on health care issues that are important to everyone.

The 2020 Mini-Med School Program begins on October 20.

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For More Information

To learn more about our Mini-Med School programs, please contact:

Oriyomi Dawodu, MS
Senior Communications & Public Health Specialist