Brown Bag/Lunch Series
FREE lunch hour presentations that cover numerous topics from global health to local medical programming. Check back often through the links below for upcoming talks where alumni can connect with faculty and current medical school students as well as the expert presenters. Each series will conclude with a Q&A opportunity for attendees.
Interested in presenting?
Over the years, the Brown Bag/Lunch Series has also included a record number of alumni who have volunteered to speak with current students about a full range of medical specialties. Connecting students with real life stories gives them the possibility to think about their future profession in a new light. The informal presentation will include lunch if in person. Virtual options are also available with campus staff supporting all technology needs.
For more information and to express interest, please contact Alumni Relations Director Christiana Maier at email@example.com or 218.726.8806.
We have additional on campus and virtual options to engage in current research as well as an opportunity to hear from faculty alumni might know from their time in medical school. This is also a fantastic chance to view presentations by current medical school students. In turn, the students can present with alumni in attendance – an inspiring and motivating way to give back to your alma mater.
Family Medicine Residency Program Lunches
Throughout the year, a variety of M.D. Family Medicine experts from local, regional, and national communities share their professional experiences with current first and second year students at the Duluth Campus. Check back here for the next scheduled event.
Medical School, Duluth Campus & School of Pharmacy: Expert Research Topics
This series is a joint venture wherein during the academic year, seminars are on Wednesdays of each month at 3:30 pm in Room 130 on the Medical School, Duluth Campus.
AHC Lab Bench Talks
Mondays, 3:00 – 4:00 pm, Room 142 SMed and via Zoom
A collaborative effort of the Biomedical Sciences Department of the Medical School, Duluth Campus and the College of Pharmacy Duluth to foster interdisciplinary collaborative research efforts and provide a mechanism for faculty and trainees to present their ongoing research.