GARY | The International Human Cadaver Prosection Program, a unique medical program held at the Indiana University School of Medicine – Northwest located in Gary, Ind., will take place July 30 through Aug. 1.
Apply now for 2013 International Human Cadaver Prosection Program at IU School of Medicine - Northwest
GARY | The International Human Cadaver Prosection Program at Indiana University School of Medicine – Northwest is now accepting applications for the 2013 session scheduled for July 31 through Aug. 2.
Students and professors take part in the international human cadaver prosection program at the Indiana University School of Medicine-Northwest. School officials hope to create another unique experience with a curriculum that focuses on urban health care disparities.
Radiology students Samantha Holmes of Griffith, left, Andrea Sanchez, of Hammond, and Aya Abdalaziz, of Merrillville, use a computer interface to X-ray a cadaver Friday as part of the International Human Cadaver Prosection Program at Indiana University Northwest.
Prosection students Pete Zack, of Hammond, Jarad Markley, of Plainfield, Ind., and Kaleigh Fetcko, of Crown Point, view X-rays of a human cadaver Friday.
Visiting students and professors participating in the International Human Cadaver Prosecution Program at the Indiana University School of Medicine - Northwest Thursday read tributes to cadaver donors, and place roses on a memorial during a service to honor the donors.
GARY Andrea Albajar Bobes, center, from the University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain holds a rose Thursday afternoon that she placed on a memorial to cadaver donors at the Indiana University during a memorial service. Most of the students are participating in the International Human Cadaver Prose…
Ernest Talarico, Assistant Director for Medical Education at the Indiana University Northwest School of Medicine Thursday displays a rose with a tribute to a cadaver donor attached while instructing visiting students and professors during a memorial service honoring cadaver st the universit…
Students and professors at the Indiana University Northwest School of Medicine Thursday afternoon begin dissecting some of the 6 cadavers donated to the university following a memorial service for all cadaver donors to the university.
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