Advances in basic sciences are increasingly offering innovation to our prevention and management of human diseases.
In order to provide optimal patient care, physicians need to be well versed in the language and concepts in such fields as genetics, immunology and other basic sciences which have resulted from the laboratory findings into clinical medicine. Application of information published in clinical journals is increasingly difficult without a background in these areas.
It is our belief that such information can best be acquired by physicians through a structured lecture series. By the end of the series we expect the participants to have acquired updates on innovative approaches in basic science, greater knowledge and application of concepts presented in basic science publications.
Note: All lectures will take place at the location below, except for the May 2 event, which will be held at the Weill Greenberg Center on the second floor.
Tuesday, May 23 at 5:00pm to 6:00pm
Weill Cornell Medical College, A-250
1300 York Avenue, New York NY