ASL is a disease that reduces muscle mass until death. Many fundraisers toward the treatments are useless. The ice bucket challenge raised $100 million during 2014 toward this deadly disease. However, "The search for a treatment for this deadly degenerative disease is a rife with studies so poorly designed that they offered nothing more than... Continue Reading →
Brainy Bunch DAP Update -Karla.Ru & Ash.P
Hello! My name is Karla R. and My partner is Ashwara P. Here is our project update. Hope you enjoy Project Update Video Part 1 A diagram of our prop Part 2
Mental – Pattie A.
I’ve seen and read many articles about the benefits of hospital births, but never have I been so upset as to why parents decide to have a child at the hospital. As I was reading part two of Get Me Out by Randi Hutter Epstein, I learned how the mid 1850’s-1900’s was a time... Continue Reading →
Out With The Old, In With The New -Karla Ru
Hi everyone! My name is Karla Ru,I am a freshman just like all of ya'll, and I am really excited for the next year of biomed! This topic is a whole different concept than freshman years biomed and I am siked. The whole idea of the evolution of birth is really new to me and... Continue Reading →
Sick Baby or Real Baby? -Pattie A.
As I was reading the introduction and part one from Get Me Out by Randi Hutter Epstein, I realized how blessed yet wicked this generation truly is. Today, we see ourselves as the all mighty when it comes to viewing the medical field, which is true seeing the progress and changes that have happened... Continue Reading →
Evolution, Get Me Out. -Pattie A.
Hi! My name is Pattie and honestly, I couldn't be any less excited for this up following biomed year! As a current freshman and experiencing my first year of the biomed pathway here at my school, one could say that I have been fully drawn to the science field. As challenging as this past year... Continue Reading →
When All is Said and Done… – Emily G.
Dear class of 2019, congratulations on finishing your first semester of your Sophomore year! I know that WHAP is probably already stressing you out (not to scare you, but it does indeed get worse), and you're running on about six hours of sleep, but I'm here to let you know that it's okay, because your... Continue Reading →
We Made It, Sorta. – Sarahi V.
Not too long until we finally get to the end of this journey, it feels like yesterday we really had no idea how we were going to actually come up with a joint protection device. To say we’ve come a long way would be understatement. We have started our final product which has two layers... Continue Reading →
This is the end- Julia Mendoza
Let me catch you up on a few things that have been happening throughout the weeks. But first let's talk about those “What's up in Biomed this week?’’ Emails we all get from the lovely Ms. Miesner. This last one we just got stating specifically that we only have “Just three weeks left before the... Continue Reading →
Stopping wrist injuries with the use of “Rolly Polly” -Brianna P.
My team, Titans have come a long way from our original design and we are on our way to make a successful design of a wrist protection device; however we have faced a couple of challenges along the way. One of the challenges me and another teammate are currently working on is making sure that... Continue Reading →