Med School 101

High school students examining brain tissue at Stanford School of Medicine

High school students examine brain tissue samples at the School of Medicine under the guidance of Huong Ha (center), a doctoral student in the Stanford neurosciences program.

The students were among 140 local high schoolers who participated in Med School 101, an annual, daylong event designed to expose young minds to medicine and related fields. The hands-on, interactive sessions and lectures focus on diverse range of subjects, including biodesign, virtual anatomy, neurosciecne, cancer and sleep. The event is organzied by the medical school's Office of Communication & Public Affaris and is sponsored by Stanford Hospital & Clinics.


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