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Next Meeting:

Monday April 9, 2012

2:00 - 4:00pm

Lake Superior B - Oakland Center

*Meeting will be catered by Chartwells*

**Free and open to all Oakland University students** 

 

***Announcements can also be found on the Biomedical Science Society bulletin board***

Located on the 3rd floor of Hannah Hall

 

About Us


The Biomedical Science Society exists to provide the students of Oakland University with an opportunity to be active members of the campus community by networking with students that share common goals and interests related to laboratory professions.

               Throughout the school year we plan activities and attend events such as:

  • Professional Conferences
  • Laboratory tours
  • Guest Speakers
  • Community Service and Outreach
  • Fundraising
  • Social Events

 

Membership


Membership is free and open to all students of Oakland University regardless of their field of study however, most members come from the six specializations of the Biomedical Diagnostic and Therapeutic Science program within the School of Health Sciences.

 

BIOMEDICAL DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC SCIENCES PROGRAM

 

MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE * CYTOTECHNOLOGY * HISTOTECHNOLOGY

NUCLEAR MEDICINE * RADIATION THERAPY * RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY

PRE-PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

 

Meetings Minutes


Meeting Minutes (9/14/2011)

Meeting Minutes (10/5/2011)

Meeting Minutes (11/16/2011)

Meeting Minutes (1/23/2012)

Meeting Minutes (2/13/2012)

Meeting Minutes (3/5/2012)

 



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Did You Know...

1.) Laboratory science is a critical healthcare field that impacts the health of every individual or entire communities.

2.) Laboratory professionals are in fact detectives who conduct and analyze tests that help uncover information physicians need to make decisions related to patient diagnosis, treatment, prevention and monitoring.

3.) The information generated by laboratory professionals is essential for detecting diseases, such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and infections caused by bacteria and viruses.



If You...

…enjoy hands-on laboratory work.

…are analytical.

…enjoy problem solving.

…are interested in healthcare

    professions.

Then...

now is the perfect time to pursue a career in laboratory science because there are many opportunities available that offer good salaries, room for advancement within the profession, or a great training ground for other healthcare fields.



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