At the Dana Medical Library

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June, 2014
Add event to googleTuesday, June 3,  6:00 pm  to 7:30 pm

Community Medical School: Digestive Detail: The Role of the Gut Microbiota in Health and Disease

Billions of bacteria populate your gut and have impact on wellness and disease. Explore the critical role of gut bacteria in maintaining health and how manipulation of the gut microbiota may be used for treating illness now and in the future. Presented by Peter Moses, M.D., Professor of Medicine; Rebecca Wilcox, M.D., Assistant Professor of Pathology; and Jessica Wood Crothers, M.D., Instructor in Pathology.
Location: Carpenter Auditorium, UVM Given Building

Information: http://www.fletcherallen.org/community_resources/community_medical_school/.
 
July, 2014
Add event to googleTuesday, July 1,  6:00 pm  to 7:30 pm

Community Medical School: Hitting a Nerve: The Triggers of Sciatica

The largest nerve in the body, the sciatic nerve originates in the spine and then runs from the thigh to the sole of the foot. When compressed, the sciatic nerve can cause severe pain, weakness, numbness or tingling. Explore the anatomical location of the nerve, the conditions that can lead to sciatica and different treatment approaches. Presented by Bruce Tranmer, M.D., Professor of Surgery.
Location: Carpenter Auditorium, UVM Given Building

Information: http://www.fletcherallen.org/community_resources/community_medical_school/.