Double T Health Service Corps Students Explore the Brain

WHAT: Double T Health Service Corps students along with experts in neurology and neuroscience will explore the brain and disorders of the nervous system such as the spinal cord and the nerves.

WHEN: 12:50 p.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 3

WHERE: 4th floor lab of Paul L. Foster School of Medicine Medical Education Building which is located on the corner of 200 N. Concepcion and Alberta Ave.

The Double T Health Service Corps was created to provide a fun and interactive way for high school students to meet with medical students, physicians, other health care professionals (pharmacists, nurses, forensic scientists, etc.), and tour educational institutions so that they can successfully pursue careers in the health care field of their choice.

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