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Dean Robert Haynie & Med Student Asha Talati Nominated for Red Cross Heroes Awards

Two people integral to the success of the Robbins Bridge/H3P Program have been nominated for the 2011 Red Cross Heroes Award. Everyone in the H3P League of Scholars, BE SURE TO VOTE BY SUNDAY OCTOBER 30th. You can vote for both of these H3P’ers. Go to this website and find Asha under the “Community” category, […]

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International Brain Bee 101 Comes to a Close

A small group of students at the Cleveland School of Science and Medicine (CSSM) worked together for the Spring 2011 semester to prepare to compete in the International Brain Bee (IBB) Competition.  The IBB was designed by Dr. Norbert Myslinski to motivate young students to learn about the brain and to pursue a career in […]

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H3P League of Scholars Inaugural Membership Celebration!

On May 12, 2011, the H3P League of Scholars celebrated their first induction of new members.  Fata Nyei, outgoing President of the organization, expressed her fondness for her fellow Scholars in a heartfelt opening remarks. The keynote speaker of the event was Brian McDonald, the Executive Director of the Joan C. Edwards Charitable Foundation.  He […]

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CSSM Biomedical Sciences Interns Meet Dr. Levi Watkins, Jr.

(L to R) Dr. David Katz, Brian McDonald, Arik London, Rayyan Laryea, Dr. Levi Watkins Jr., Khadijah Seay, Nichelle Ruffin, Ed Weber CSSM Students Meet Dr. Levi Watkins, Jr. Dr. Levi Watkins, Jr., MD Associate Dean of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and full Professor of Cardiac Surgery, visited with four students from […]

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CSSM Students Visit Case Western School of Medicine

This past Monday, April 25th, fifteen Cleveland School of Science and Medicine juniors were picked to begin 2011 CISS (Cardiovascular Inquiry Seminar Series) Immersion activities as part of the H3P program sponsored by the Joan C. Edwards Charitable Foundation. In addition to attending Cardiovascular IQ Sessions in the morning, med students delivered a CV anatomy […]

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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” […]

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Google Body

Interested in learning the human anatomy? Have you ever wanted to get a close, in depth view?  Well now you can with Google Body! Google Body is a fascinating tool that allows you to “peel off” layers of the human body to see different levels of complexity.  To start, you can choose a male or […]

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H3PCLE Advisor Zach Rubin Appears on WOIO 19 Action News

    Zach Rubin chimes in on his experience using Groupon.

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CISS Faculty Lecturer Dr. Sahil Parikh featured on MSNBC

University Hospital/Case Medical Center’s very own Dr. Sahil Parikh appeared on MSNBC to talk about a recent study regarding coffee consumption and heart health.

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H3p Educational Outreach

At our last meeting, the educational outreach committee talked about planning our college road trip, but we had problem. Everyone in the committee had different views on where we should go.  Some wanted to see the neoucom schools and others wanted to go to kenyon college. We need the input of the rest of the […]

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