KU’s Wichita medical school offers free luncheon lectures

01/11/2013 10:26 AM

01/11/2013 10:26 AM

The University of Kansas School of Medicine-Wichita is continuing its Live and Learn Lecture Series. The lectures are free to the public and cover a variety of health topics.

Lectures will be held from noon to 1:30 p.m. once a month in Roberts Amphitheater at the school, 1010 N. Kansas. Those who attend are welcome to bring their own lunch to to eat during the lectures.

•  “Get the 360 on Vertigo” on Feb. 12, presented by Dr. Robert Jensen, associate professor of neuro-opthalmology and neuro-otology.
•  “Preserving Your Fertility” on March 12, presented by Dr. Laura Tatpati, obstetrics and gynecology clinical assistant professor.
•  “Autism: Signs, Symptoms and Treatment” on April 9, presented by Dr. Valarie Kerschen, pediatric clinic assistant professor.
•  “Aggravated by Arthritis? Solutions for Joint Pain” on May 14, presented by Dr. Gretchen Dickson, family and community medicine assistant professor.
•  “Early Detection of Cognitive Disorders: Alzheimer’s, Dementia, etc.” on June 11, presented by Robin Heinrichs, neuropsychologist director.

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