Release of Rigor in Research – Mia C.

The first chapter of Richard Harris' book, Rigor Mortis, uses many shocking statistics, anecdotes and examples to ultimately support one idea: scientists are wasting money and time on poorly executed experiments. After reading the introduction, I chose to research the term rigor mortis. In an article it is described as "the stiffening of the body after... Continue Reading →

Expanding Knowledge -Morgan G.

HI! My name is Morgan G. and I am going into sophomore year. I chose Biomed because my passion is animals. Ever since I was little I’ve always wanted to be a veterinarian and study animal science. I essentially chose my school because of it’s Biomed Pathway so I could achieve my dream. I enjoy... Continue Reading →

Dr. James Marison Sims-Ashwara Pillai

Hello, My name is Ashwara Pillai and I am currently reading Get Me Out  by Randi Epstein. This book discusses the history and the importance of pregnancy. There are many concepts that the author includes in this book, but I'm here to discuss the question: How did Dr. James Marison Sims contribute to the history of... Continue Reading →

Come on In! – Ms

Hello Class of 2019!  Welcome to Biomedical Innovations.  This summer you will be reading “Get Me Out: A History of Childbirth from the Garden of Eden to the Sperm Bank.”  This book will help provide cultural and sociological background to give you context for our guiding question for 2016-2017 “How can we use technology innovations... Continue Reading →

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