Travel around the world in two evenings during the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine’s spring Mini Medical School, which will explore issues relating to global health and international medicine.
The April 5 session will feature Thomas Kerkering, professor of medicine at the school and chief of infectious diseases at Carilion Clinic, followed by a series of short presentations by local organizations that are engaged in international medical outreach and education.
The April 12 session will feature a presentation by Cynda Johnson, Dean of the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine, and Dave Trinkle, Associate Dean for Community and Culture, on the school’s international rotation program for students. This will be followed by lively presentations by fourth-year students who recently returned from clinical medicine electives in Brazil, France, and India.
Registration for the spring Mini Medical School is $10 for both nights.