Welcome


Announcements:

Winter 2016 Bake Sale
The Biomedical Science Society will be having a bake sale on Tuesday, March 15 from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. Please bring donations to the South Foundation Hall Fishbowl from 7:30 am - 8:00 am. Members will be awarded one point for each unique donation (Cookies would be one point, brownies would be another point) and one point for every hour you volunteer. A donation and volunteer sign up sheet will be available at our meetings. Anyone who is interested in donating or volunteering for the event, but cannot attend the first meeting, can email us at ou.bdts@gmail.com to sign up. 

Human Health Day Volunteer Event 
Undergraduate Admissions Office, the School of Health Sciences and the School of Nursing are putting on the Human Health Day event. This event is to familiarize health-profession-bound high school and transfer students with what Oakland University has to offer them.  There will be breakfast, welcome speeches from the Deans, academic showcases for each school, tours, and a resource fair. 

The date of Human Health Day is Saturday, April 16, 2016.  It runs from approximately 8:30 a.m. until 12 noon. You will be awarded 1 point for every hour that you volunteer. The resource fair will be in the Oakland Center.  Breakfast is FREE and will be provided for volunteers starting at 8:30 a.m. in the Oakland Center Banquet Rooms A and B.  Biomedical Science Society will be setting up our table in the Food Court by 9:15 am. As students come by they will be asking questions about potential career paths and extracurricular involvement opportunities. It will be our job as volunteers to talk about how awesome our program and student society is! 

If you are interested in volunteering, please email ou.bdts@gmail.com with your name. We are going to be wearing our society t-shirts. If you do not have one, the School of Health Sciences will give you one of their blue tie dye ones for free. If you need a School of Health Sciences t-shirt please email us your size as well. 


Next Meeting:

Wednesday February 17, 2016 from 12:00 pm-1:00 pm in the Heritage Room

We will have a guest speaker who is the Clinical Coordinator for the Radiation Technology program here at Oakland!  He will be discussing program requirements and giving insight about what to expect during your clinical experience. Seniors in the Radiation Technology program will also be there to discuss their journey. There will be FREE food, and you are more than welcome to bring friends who are interested. Our meeting will take place in the Heritage Room located on the main level of the Oakland Center, across from the Gold Rooms. Looking forward to seeing you all there!

                                                     *Meeting will be catered by Chartwells*
                                          **Free and open to all Oakland University students** 
 

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 four specializations of the Biomedical Diagnostic and Therapeutic Science program within the School of Health Sciences.

 

BIOMEDICAL DIAGNOSTIC AND THERAPEUTIC SCIENCES PROGRAM

 

MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE * HISTOTECHNOLOGY

NUCLEAR MEDICINE * RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY

PRE-PROFESSIONAL STUDIES