Upper School Biomedical Research Class Partners with Johns Hopkins Biomedical Engineering

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Check out this story from the Johns Hopkins Department of Biomedical Engineering about a recent visit from students in Park’s Biomedical Research Methods science class!

Taught by science teacher Carla Guarraia, the Upper School Biomedical Research science elective is centered on experimentation, reading, and writing scientific literature. Field trips offer students first hand observation of partner research labs, and essential opportunities to interact with researchers, reinforcing the patience and perseverance necessary to do interesting work both in this course, and outside of Park. 

Experiences such as this help prepare Park students for the rapidly changing climate of science.

Read the story here: https://www.bme.jhu.edu/news-events/news/bringing-textbook-life-high-school-students-spend-day-johns-hopkins-bme/

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