Upcoming Community Seminars

Community seminars present the latest and best information on health topics that matter to you and your family. They are for anyone interested in staying healthy, preventing illness, or living and thriving with conditions that affect them or a family member. You'll get reliable, easy-to-understand information, as well as practical advice based on the latest advances in medicine. Our presenters are experts in their fields, many of them involved in scientific research in addition to compassionate patient care.

Please join us by registering for any of the upcoming seminars:


Men’s Health Seminar

Event Date: Wednesday, September 24, 2014
Event time: 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Location: UI Carver College of Medicine, Medical Education and Research Facility, 375 Newton Rd., Iowa City, IA 52245

Something not quite right, guys? We may have the solution for you. If you are one of the more than 30 million men affected by erectile dysfunction (ED), or one of the 5 million affected by bladder control issues, make plans now to attend “Get Your Quality of Life Back.”

UI Experts will be on hand to discuss these topics and others connected to men’s health issues. Topics include ED, bladder control issues,  cardiovascular disease, depression and low testosterone
Spouses or guests are welcome to attend. Space is limited, registration is required. Register online or call 877-MED-IOWA.

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Mini Medical School - Genetics

Pandemics of the Past (and Future): Using Genetics to Understand and Prevent the Next Worldwide Outbreak

Event Date: Thursday, October 23, 2014
Event time: 6:30 – 8 p.m.
Location: UI Carver College of Medicine, Medical Education and Research Facility, 375 Newton Rd., Iowa City, IA 52245

Throughout the history of mankind, pandemic disease—epidemics that occur worldwide or over very large areas—have been a fact of life and death. From the sixth century Plague of the Justinian and the Black Death of 1347-1351 to more recent infectious threats such as SARS and H1N1 bird flu, fast-spreading diseases have claimed hundreds of millions of lives.

Using advanced DNA analysis of fossil records and other genetics research techniques, scientists today are learning more about the victims—and the genetic makeup—of ancient outbreaks. Join us for a discussion on how these deadly diseases, and their human hosts, have evolved over time and how this information could help us fight and prevent future global pandemics.

Space is limited. Registration is required. Register online or call 877-MED-IOWA.

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