Drs. Sharon Brangman and Sipho Mbuqe will serve as presenters Feb. 22.
Register now (see button below) by Saturday, Feb. 20 for another important program in our “4th Mondays” Town Hall series, “Brain & Mental Health,” which will be presented live via Zoom at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 22. Our guest presenters, Dr. Sharon Brangman, chair of the geriatrics department at Upstate Medical University, and Dr. Sipho Mbuqe, senior counselor of Student Counseling Services and an assistant professor in SUNY Upstate Medical University’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, will present their views on the state of brain and mental health in our community and answer participants’ questions.
Although admission to this live, online event is free, you must register to participate. Log-in details will be emailed to you prior to the start of this Town Hall event. This program is funded through a 100 Black Men of America grant from the National Institutes of Health and the Morehouse School of Medicine.
After the program, be sure to let us know how we did by taking our 1-minute survey.
Save the remaining date in our Monday series:
- March 22, 2021: Cancer Awareness with presenters Dr. Leslie Kohman, Elizabeth Binder, Rachel Ryan
To replay videos of previous programs in our series, click here.
Event #2: Designed Specifically for High School Students
This fast-moving seminar is not about just producing stethoscopes, blood pressure monitors and electrocardiograms. 100 Black Men of Syracuse has teamed up with Hillrom, a world leader in medical device innovation, to walk a group of 40 high students through the ins and outs of the medical technology field. Registration is required. The first 40 students to register and complete the seminar will receive a bluetooth headset, swag in the form of a backpack made specifically for this event and a chance to win a new iPad.
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