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The Medical College of Wisconsin

MCW/MW Summer Programs

Mini Medical School

instruct.mcw.edu/cse
The Clinical Science Years: Come experience some of the 3rd and 4th years of Medical School without all of the stress of studying and exams.  On Tuesday evenings, hear MCW doctors and scientists speak on selected topics from required rotations in surgery, pediatrics, medicine, psychology, neurology and clinical procedures.  Follow-up the lectures with a laboratory designed to complement knowledge gained during the lecture.  Increase your basic knowledge and have fun in the process.

Please see our website for additional summer programs.


Program Cost: $195.00 until 6/7/05

Contact: angda@mcw.edu
Phone: 414-456-8191

Deadline: 06/20/05

Forensics Laboratory Week

instruct.mcw.edu/cse
Glued to the TV whenever a forensic program comes on?  Join us for a laboratory series on the use of science to solve crimes.  Participants will use a variety of forensic science tools to investigate a simulated crime scene.  Enhance your laboratory skills through analysis of fingerprints, documents, DNA fingerprinting, blood types and spatters.

This knowledge will further prepare you for high school laboratory courses, and help you understand some of the techniques used in forensic research today.  Maximum 24 students.

Please see our website for additional summer programs. 
Program Cost: $150.00 until 7/10/05

Contact: angda@mcw.edu
Phone: 414-456-8191

Deadline: 07/22/05

Lab Skills 100

instruct.mcw.edu/cse
Are you preparing for your first high school science laboratory?  Have you felt uncomfortable and nervous in lab classes because you didn’t know simple techniques?  Build basic laboratory skills in measurement, purifications, identification, and data analysis while using standard lab equipment like balances, centrifuges, pipettes, and microscopes.

This knowledge will prepare you for high school laboratory courses, and introduce you to some of the basic techniques used in research today.  Maximum 24 students.

Please see our website for additional summer programs. 
Program Cost: $120.00 until 6/21/05

Contact: angda@mcw.edu
Phone: 414-456-8191

Deadline: 07/01/05

Lab Skills 101

instruct.mcw.edu
Are you entering grades 10, 11, 12, (or a recent high school graduate) and interested in a career in science or medicine?  In Lab Skills 101, you will acquire significant training in lab techniques while deducing the underlying cause of a patient’s illness.  Learn the basics of solutions and reagents, measurement and assay, bacteriological media, sterile technique, and chromatography.

This knowledge will help you succeed in high school and college laboratory courses, and will help prepare you for future work in a research lab.  Enroll now.  Maximum 24 students.

Please see our website for additional summer programs. 
Program Cost: $295.00 until 6/27/05

Contact: angda@mcw.edu
Phone: 414-456-8191

Deadline: 07/08/05

Lab Skills 102

instruct.mcw.edu
Do you enjoy the challenges of laboratory work?  Build your laboratory skills further and enhance your understanding of current biomedical research in Lab Skills 102.  Explore additional uses of the techniques of chromatography, measurement and assay, electrophoresis, immunological tests, and bacteriology.

This knowledge will further prepare you for high school and college laboratory courses, and help you understand some of the techniques used in research today.  Maximum 24 students.

Please see our website for additional summer programs. 
Program Cost: $150.00 until 7/18/05

Contact: angda@mcw.edu
Phone: 414-456-8191

Deadline: 07/29/05

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