2018 ANATOMY BOOT CAMP - July 17-18 & July 24-25

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The Two Day Anatomy Boot Camp at the Seattle Science Foundation is an academic summer opportunity that uses hands-on learning for students with a strong interest in pre-med or medically related fields. It is strongly recommend that participants must be entering their junior or senior year in high-school. Current college or university students are also encouraged to attend.

Students will have the opportunity to dissect real human cadaveric specimens. The course is designed to provide a fun and relaxed environment for all participants while learning the intricacies of the human body.

Course Format:  Two Days ( 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. )

Day 1 – Spine and Back Anatomy, Thorax including Heart, Lungs, and Mediastinum
Day 2 – Abdomen, Head and Neck 

Delivery Format:  Lecture and Hands-On Learning

Instructors: Dr. R. Shane Tubbs and local physicians and surgeons

Course Fee: $800 (Space is limited) All fees include lab manual, lab supplies, all supplemental materials, snacks, and daily use of scrubs.  No refunds after July 7, 2017.

Questions - Please contact Kevin Tubbs, Director of Research and Development kevint@seattlesciencefoundation.org

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“I love how hands-on this course was!  There were no boundaries or questions that couldn’t be surpassed with knowledge.”

”A overall life changing experience”

”I honestly don’t know any way the course itself could be any better than it already is, other than, having longer days”

”Great instructors.  Enjoyed having actual doctors and anatomists at every table assisting with dissections”