One-Week Summer Medicine Program
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Whether you’re looking for a one-week follow-up to Introduction to Surgery or a stand-alone program, Reconstructive Surgery is for every student. For those looking to continue their surgical education following Introduction to Surgery, this is the perfect option. Tap Van Geel, who holds an MD, will cover topics that students who took Intro to Surgery haven’t already seen. However, for students who have not yet taken a surgical program, this material is still introductory and doesn’t require a prerequisite course.
Would you like to give someone a second chance at a normal life? This is what plastic and reconstructive surgeons do every day. From infants born with a cleft palate and lip, to survivors of car accidents suffering severe craniofacial trauma, to burn victims with disfiguring scars, reconstructive surgeons make the transformations that can allow individuals to carry on with everyday life. Reconstructive surgeons find themselves at the interface of other surgical specialties. They may address disfigurements left by cancer treatment or reduce scars left by surgical procedures. Appearance augmentation procedures such as liposuction, face lifts, and body contouring also fall under the purview of cosmetic surgeons.
This one-week summer program is designed for teens interested in pre-med.
Date: June 22-26
Dana Hall – Wellesley, MA
Students will go to the critically-acclaimed Body Worlds and the Cycle of Life exhibit at Boston’s Museum of Science. The theme of the Body Worlds exhibitions changes every few years. They are the world’s most popular touring attraction, having been seen by 47 million people globally. This expansive 10,000 square foot exhibition has only two US stops before moving on to Canada and various European cities. Students will also be able to see the world-famous Museum of Science on their visit.
Tap Van Geel
Tap Van Geel earned his MD from SUNY Upstate Medical School. Tap currently teaches at top-ranked Wellesley High School and has co-taught Biomedical & Surgical Research for many years.
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