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Med School 101 in pictures

Last Friday, 150 local high-school students visited campus to attend a series of hands-on interactive sessions and lectures on a diverse range of subjects including biodesign, stem cells and sleep medicine as part of Med School 101.

The day-long medical education program is designed to expose teens to ongoing research at the School of Medicine and get them excited about careers in medicine and science. In this Flickr photo set, students can be seen working with porcine hearts and rescuing simulated patients.

Previously: Teens interested in medicine encouraged to "think beyond the obvious" and High-school students get a taste of med school

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