STAMFORD — Students and others considering a career in medicine might want to sit in on a series of free public lectures that present basic information about a variety of medical specialties. The talks, collectively referred to as the Mini Medical School program, are being presented by Stamford Hospital and take place in its Tully Health Center Brace Auditorium, Wednesdays from 6:30 to 8 p.m. through May. The center is located at 32 Strawberry Hill Court. Structured in a similar way to medical school lectures, the presentations will be given by board-certified physicians. Upcoming talks will center on blood disorders and cancer (May 14), gynecology (May 21) and ear, nose and throat conditions (May 28). “The Mini Medical School program offers a unique learning opportunity, whether someone comes to one lecture or all six,” said program Director Henry Yoon in a release. “It is an excellent way for our physicians to connect with the community and offer a dynamic introduction to the world of medicine and health.” Seating is limited, and registration is required. To register or learn more, call 877-233-9355.