One of the ways to learn enough to ask the right questions is to have an opportunity to interact with eminent physicians and scientists in an informal atmosphere that centers on specific diagnoses and treatments, delving beneath the surface and exploring the physiology of health and disease.

Fall 2005 was on The World’s Most Complex Computer: A Look Inside the Human Brain.

The weekly classes were:

– Why Is This Organ Different From All Others? An Introduction to the Workings of the Human Brain.

– Brain Cancer: State-of-the-Art Treatments

– Pinched Nerves and Other Pains in the Back

– Brain Attack: Causes, Prevention and Care of Stroke

– It Really Is Brain Surgery: A Look at Some of the Newest Approaches to Brain Surgery