A 20/20 View of Cancer
A 20/20 View of Cancer was designed to give students insight into research centric key cancer concepts and on cancer in Minnesota.
About Mini Medical School
Mini Medical School offers a unique glimpse into the health sciences at the University of Minnesota. Community learners with a shared interest in health embark on a journey examining the scientific foundations of health and disease. Presented using common language for ease of understanding complex topics, your guides are internationally renowned experts who are shaping the way health care is delivered locally and globally.
Co-Director, Cellular Mechanisms of Cancer Program, Masonic Cancer Center; Director, Molecular, Genetic, and Cellular Targets of Cancer Training Program; Tickle Family Land Grant Chair of Breast Cancer Research; Professor, Medicine and Pharmacology
Young professional and mother of four living with stage IV lung cancer
Cancer Survivor; Co-ordinator, Animal-Assisted Interactions, PAWS Program
Founder, Health Care Agent Literacy Project, LLC; Author, The Gray Zone: When Life Support No Longer Supports Life; Vice Chair, Minnesota Palliative Care Advisory Council; Steering Committee Member, Minnesota Cancer Alliance
H!NK DIFFERENT Foundation Founder and Director; Center of Advocacy for Cancer of the Testes International Founder; Superhero; 10x Entrepreneur; 3x Philanthropist; Healthcare Advisor