Double T Health Service Corps Simulates “Contagion”
WHAT: Double T Health Service Corps students and experts in investigations, infectious disease and forensics, will try to find a cure for a simulated lethal pandemic.
WHEN: 12:30 to 1:50 p.m. Saturday (Oct. 29)
WHERE: Paul L. Foster School of Medicine Medical Education Building Lobby, on the corner of 200 N. Concepcion and Alberta Ave.
EVENT: The Double T Health Service Corps provides a fun and interactive way for high
school students to meet with medical students, physicians, pharmacists, nurses and
forensic scientists and tour educational institutions so they can successfully pursue
careers in the health care field of their choice.
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