On April 27, third-year College of Medicine students Nicholas Boniface and Yashu Hamija helped teach future generations of health care professionals at Hiram College Health Day. The college is a NEOMED partner institution. Students from local high schools, including Bio-Med Science Academy, had the opportunity to explore a mobile medical unit to view a real operating room setup and witness mock surgeries. The event was made possible in part by Mark Arredondo, M.D. (’07), clinical assistant professor of internal medicine and NEOMED alumni board member. Dr. Arredondo helped recruit students and professionals to share their insight and help others gain a better understanding of the medical fields.
Read more in the Akron Beacon Journal.