A special Twin Cities Preview of Gustavus Adolphus College's 53rd Nobel Conference, “Reproductive Technologies: How Far Do We Go?”
Colleen Casey, MD, reproductive endocrinologist and fertility specialist, Center for Reproductive Medicine
Katy Kozhimannil, PhD, MPA, Division of Health Policy and Management, University of Minnesota School of Public Health
The Theater of Public Policy is talking and improvising about making babies. In a scientific way!
To Fertility and Beyond will begin with a live and lively interview with two local experts on the personal, practitioner, and policy issues related to fertility. Then The Theater of Public Policy, will bring the conversation to life on stage.
Don’t miss this free, fun and thought-provoking night for Gustavus alumni, parents, friends, and anyone who has ever known or been an infant before. For more information on this event or the Nobel Conference, visit gustavus.edu/nobelconference.