Mini Medical School: Anatomy and Physiology

This weekend program is designed for students interested in building a foundation in the fundamentals of human anatomy and physiology. In this program, you will learn the ways to correlate scientific aspects of various organ systems of the human body (nervous, cardiovascular, digestive, etc.) with some clinical manifestations of related diseases that can occur with them. You will study the various systems through a combination of short lectures, hands-on activities, and discussions on selected disease processes.

Ages: 14-17

Course Number:

93418

Course Date:
Saturday, October 3, 2020 to Sunday, October 4, 2020
Course Date Info:

9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Students will be using UGA’s eLearning Common and Collaborate Ultra for this course. Students will be e-mailed their access information one week before the program and will be able to log-in to their program each day at 8:45 a.m.

Cost:

$179

Prerequisites:
None. This course is designed for students with a high interest in medicine or life sciences.

Instructor: 

Adonias Lemma is a second year medical student and a member of the Class of 2023 attending Morehouse School of Medicine. Growing up in a single parent, low income household with an immigrant background, he vividly remembers visiting free clinics and hospitals such as Grady Memorial with his family to receive healthcare and recalls the long wait times due to the facilities being under-staffed with physicians. It was this, along with several other events in his life that served as a compass in his pursuit of science that directed him towards pursuing a medical degree. Before attending medical school, he completed his undergraduate education at Emory University and obtained a B.S. in Chemistry. As a medical student he devotes time once or twice a month to engaging with refugee clinics such as Grace Village Medical Clinic in Clarkston, the Lion House Eye Clinic, and the Morehouse School of Medicine H.E.AL. Clinic. Adonias is committed to pursuing a career in Emergency Medicine and working within an urban hospital setting such as Grady Memorial. This is Adonias’s first year as a Summer Academy Instructor.

What you need for camp/program: 

Students must have a computer or tablet that has Internet access and one of the following browsers installed: Google® Chrome™, Apple® Safari®, Mozilla® Firefox®, and Microsoft® Edge. Please visit Brightspace Browser Support in the Community for further details about the Browser Support Lifecycle. Starting January 1, 2020, eLC will no longer be supported on Microsoft® Internet Explorer®.

Please look for the camp outline for required program supplies in your parent information e-mail sent three weeks before your program.