Tuesday, November 24, 2020

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All the cool things that you think you did this past summer pale in comparison to what seniors Zachary Bishkin, Dylan Roberts, and Evan Loriot got to experience at Dallas' UT Southwestern Medical Center. For eight weeks, each of these three students performed research alongside a medical professional in UT Southwestern's labs as part of a paid summer internship,...
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...
On August 29, 2019, the first Medical Society meeting was held in Hughes Hall, along with an ice cream social. If you couldn't make it, we'll be going through the details in this article. At The Meeting: Will Nickols '20, the club president, first introduced himself to returning members, followed by Vice President Jack Walker '20, Secretary Ermias Belay '20, and...
Read With Caution, Graphic With the beginning of the new year, the medical society looks to introduce wide-eyed freshman, sophomores, and juniors alike, to the physical wonders of the feline body through a five-week dissection of a domestic cat. The students were given their first glimpse into the upcoming weeks from the moment they walked into the room.  Immediately, their...
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...
Have you ever dreamed of assisting biomedical professionals conduct research in a lab? Have you ever wanted to test the waters of your future careers by helping real doctors perform vital tasks? This summer, three lucky Jesuit students will be able to live that dream through the UT Southwestern STARS summer research program. On Thursday, March 27, UT Southwestern accepted...
The Jesuit Medical Mission team—comprised of Jesuit faculty Mrs. Jan Jones and Mr. Ben Kirby; students Spencer Adamson ‘11, Peter Chung ‘11, Synyoung Li ‘11, Philip Morton ‘12, Jimmy Nawalaniec ‘11, John Simion ‘12, and Vinay Srinivasan ‘12; social worker Ms. Kathy Bennett; and Dr. Rana Pasco, Dr. Rhonda Walton, and Dr. Yolanda Brady--are now two months away from the Medical Society’s medical mission...
Eight Jesuit students walk out through the glass doors of the airport and emerge into the heart of the city. Surprised, each looks left, then right, attempting to orient themselves with their new surroundings. Their new surroundings are drastically different from life at home, as they see how life can be in other parts of the world. This was the...

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