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Anatomy Camp

A collaborative program with the School of Medicine Department of Anatomy and the Gelfand STEM Center, Anatomy Camp provides a hands-on introduction to human anatomy using real organs. The 2-hour camp meets once per month during the academic year and targets middle and high school urban youth to learn about human anatomy, healthy choices and cultivating interest in biomedical advances in health medicine. Contact Me’lani Joseph for more information (melani@case.edu; (216) 368-1651)

BME students with Anatomy Camp BME students at anatomy camp

Anatomy camp with life flight

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