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High schoolers performing cutting edge research… WHAT?!? It might sound crazy, but that’s just what rising seniors Peter Hundley, Jackson Petroll, Connor Thomas, and Nicholas Wilson did over the summer. UT Southwestern’s STARS program brought over 50 metroplex high schoolers together for an eight week paid research program. “Rising Seniors apply to the program during their Junior year,” began Mrs. Boyle. “The...
Whether it's cat dissections, clinical rotations, providing medicinal supplies for the needy, or learning about organic chemistry or microbiology, 2017 has been a busy year for the ever-expanding Jesuit Dallas Medical Society. To celebrate the year’s success, the Medical Society gathered to award some of the club’s hardest workers and to honor a major contributor to the Medical Society’s...
Medical Society. It’s one of those clubs that every Jesuit student has heard about. Whether it be the desire to become a doctor, or just curiosity about living things, the Medical Society has attracted a number of students and is one of Jesuit’s biggest, most prestigious extracurricular activities. But, what has Medical Society been up to this semester? Traditionally, freshmen...
The trip where students are forced to carry 49 pounds of (medical) drugs through foreign airports. Where students spend hours driving up and down one-lane roads on the sides of mountains, fearing each bump as if the truck is going to tip over. Where each day is spent with 6-10 hours in a clinic, tending to the needs of...
This 2016-2017 school year is a big one for the Jesuit Medical Society. So far, they’ve introduced two new courses this year on top of the pre-existing cat dissection and structure function classes. The two new courses which were introduced this year are the organic chemistry class and the microbiology and infectious disease class. On top of that, the Medical...
When one envisions a traditional summer job, activities such as observing genetic mutations in mice, identifying how certain pathogens use virulence effectors to infect eukaryotic cells, and quantifying the functional activation of the dysplastic cortex of the brain don’t often come to mind. But for three Jesuit seniors, Erik Sanchez- Perez, Noah Sherer, and Joe Carver, these activities are...
Whenever you sneeze or cough intensely, you could be very sick, or you could be having an allergic reaction. When this happens, you would probably go to the doctor to get it checked out, because it is very important to figure out which of the two it is so you can be treated properly. But who is entrusted with such a...
From the streets of Guatemala, to the streets outside of UT Southwestern Medical Center, Medical Society has led many students to vastly different environments. Known for its informative and hands-on experiences, the Medical Society offers many informational opportunities, from dissecting a cat to listening to guest speakers talk about delivering anesthesia to patients, the Medical Society has it all. Existing...

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