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Nicholas Maffetone of New Hope, a master of biomedical sciences (MBS) student at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine's Doylestown campus, recently served as a "medicine and health" judge at the Lehigh Valley Science and Engineering Research Fair (LVSF) held on the campus of Lehigh University in Bethlehem. The mission of LVSF is to increase awareness in the areas of mathematics, science, technology and engineering, while motivating students in grades 6 through 12 to pursue careers in these field. More than 100 middle school and high school students from various school districts in the Lehigh Valley region participated. Judges evaluated projects, provided guidance and feedback, and encouraged the students in their pursuit of scientific exploration.
Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine (GCSOM) will host the sixth annual NEPA Trans Health Conference on Tuesday, April 17. Student organizers include Alexa Bolock of Waverly; Brandon Bombar of Scranton; Angie Chang of Thousand Oaks, California; Sarah Heisey of Arlington, Virginia; Kailee Kerr of Tracy, California; Steven Lam of San Jose, California; and Tripti Soni of Boyds, Maryland.
A Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine faculty member and three fourth-year medical students recently completed a medical mission trip to Mandeville, Jamaica. The students examined patients, assisted with patient triage, recorded patient complaints, took vital signs, distributed medicines and helped with clinic logistics. Each student who accompanied Dr. Dawgert is a recipient of The Jennifer A. Sidari, M.D. '13 Global Health Award.