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Biomed Students Take a Look Into The Heart

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Biomed Students Take a Look Into The Heart

Sheep's heart lies in tray for educational purposes.

Sheep's heart lies in tray for educational purposes.

Patrick Hanlon

Sheep's heart lies in tray for educational purposes.

Patrick Hanlon

Patrick Hanlon

Sheep's heart lies in tray for educational purposes.

Biomed teacher Juli Bachman’s class takes learning to a whole new level. By dissecting a preserved sheep’s heart, she taught her class about the structure of the body’s natural pump, highlighting the purpose of the valves and chambers. In a hands-on learning environment, students had the opportunity to take a peek into what being a heart surgeon would be like.

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Biomed Students Take a Look Into The Heart