Date(s) - 16 May 2018
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Mini-Medical School: Food as Medicine – Update on the State of the Science
The University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix proudly organizes Mini-Medical School, a fascinating community lecture series open to the public. This spring, Mini-Medical School will host renowned experts in different health related fields, with a focus on the new year — and the new you.
Food is medicine and has healing powers. It can help alleviate inflammation, increase energy levels, assist in sleep and so much more. During this Mini-Medical School, Farshad Fani Marvasti (Dr. Shad), MD, MPH, will discuss the ways a nutritious diet can improve quality of life. Attendees will also take part in a healthy cooking demonstration and receive short, simple recipes they can cook at home.
Dr. Shad is a clinical associate professor at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Phoenix and director of the Public Health, Prevention and Population Health Theme. He is a Stanford-trained physician, medical educator, public speaker and aspiring author. Dr. Shad has said he believes teaching about prevention and nutrition is imperative to medical education. It is an issue that can only improve through public awareness and the proper education of future physicians.
CONTACT AND PARKING INFORMATION
For questions, please contact Jasmine Smyser(link sends e-mail), 602-827-2234.