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Biomedical Sciences Seminar Launches at Case Western School Of Medicine

Led by Dr. David Katz, PhD, Professor, Department of Neurosciences Case Western Reserve University, and Dr. Robert Haynie, MD/PhD, Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, the inaugural program, officially called the “Cleveland School of Science and Medicine Interns in Biomedical Sciences Program” launched Tuesday April 12th, 2011 at the school of medicine.

Inaugural students in the program are, seated, left to right in the image, Wesley Greiner (CSSM 2012), Nichelle Ruffin (CSSM 2012), Arik London (CSSM 2012), Rayyan Laryea (CSSM 2012) and Khadijah Seay (CSSM 2012). Standing in the image are, left to right, Brian McDonald, Executive Director the Joan C. Edwards Charitable Foundation, Dr. David Katz, Joy Williams, Administrator CWRU School of Medicine, Dr. Robert Haynie.
The program continues through the month of May and will lead the students on a self-directed curriculum in the neurosciences.

One Response to “Biomedical Sciences Seminar Launches at Case Western School Of Medicine”

  1. zrubin says:

    That sounds like a great opportunity for the CSSM students! What kinds of things are they learning about?

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