Program Marks 30 Years of Medical Education for TeensJuly 18, 2018 |
by Julie Greicius
The categories were “muscles of the thorax,” “health disparities,” “lungs,” “bones of the thorax” and “research and college prep.”
Gathered in the living room of Roth House, on the Stanford University campus, on a recent Sunday evening, two-dozen high school juniors and seniors hit buzzers and threw their hands up in hopes of being chosen to answer. They were playing a quiz game that tested their knowledge from a week packed with medical lectures, labs, hospital internships and workshops on college admissions.