What's Up, Doc? dinner offers interaction with health experts

Woodruff Health Sciences Center | Feb. 14, 2013

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Holly Korschun
404-727-3990
hkorsch@emory.edu

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What's Up, Doc?
Thursday, Feb. 21
Atlanta History Center
5:30: Lectures
6:30: Reception
7:30: Dinner, discussion

A unique Atlanta dinner event offers an opportunity to learn about the latest in health sciences topics from renowned Emory experts at the forefront of health care.

"What's Up, Doc?"  includes two lectures—one on sleep and the other on Alzheimer's disease—a reception, and an intimate dinner at a table of 10 with two experts in their fields. Guests pre-register to select their areas of interest. Topics range from personalized medicine, cardiovascular disease, and regenerative medicine to cancer, arthritis, stroke, vision, depression and genetic screening, among many others. Two Emory experts will facilitate interactive discussions at each table of 10.

The event takes place Thursday, Feb. 21 at the Atlanta History Center. The evening begins with optional educational sessions (lectures) at 5:30 p.m., followed by a reception at 6:30 p.m., and intimate dinner and discussion at 7:30 p.m. The cost is $100 per person.

Emory professors, physicians, leaders, and researchers will answer questions and share insights, knowledge and recent developments regarding areas of medicine that matter most to you and your family. The evening offers the chance to participate in stimulating and informative dinner conversation with some of Emory's most knowledgeable and experienced experts.

For more information about topics and featured experts, or to RSVP, visit www.med.emory.edu/whatsupdoc or call 404-727-4878.