Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s Science for Seniors program, led by ​Dr. Paul A. Brown encourages healthy living, conservation

science-for-seniors-2017-dr-brown-webLoggerhead Marinelife Center is excited to announce the return of its annual Science for Seniors lecture series for the fifth year in a row, featuring brand new weekly topics about health, wellness and a little sea turtle science.

Each week covers a unique topic in a four-part series, which runs Tuesday afternoons from 2-3 p.m. now through May. The free program is hosted by Dr. Paul Brown, a Harvard/Tufts educated pathologist who trained at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital and transformed the field of laboratory medicine by founding MetPath, now known as Quest Diagnostics.

science-for-seniors-2017-webFor the first time this year, guests who attend all four sessions will receive a graduation gift and enjoy a complimentary, exclusive tour of our sea turtle hospital led by an LMC staff member. In conjunction with Florida Atlantic University, guests who “graduate” from all four sessions will also receive a certificate for free attendance to one Lifelong Learning class at FAU. Additionally, LMC’s gift store will offer a 10 percent discount to seniors on Tuesdays.

Community members, groups and clubs are invited to visit LMC for this unique program. LMC can accommodate large groups or work with activity directors and program coordinators to offer Science for Seniors to their members or residents.

For more information on Science for Seniors, please contact Hannah Campbell, LMC programs coordinator, at hcampbell@marinelife.org or call (561) 627-8280 ext. 105. Please RSVP as space is limited.