Scientists have developed a molecular “clock” that could reshape how pediatricians measure and monitor childhood growth and potentially allow for an earlier diagnosis of life-altering development disorders. The research, published this week in PNAS, describes how the addition of chemical tags to DNA over time can potentially be used to screen for developmental differences and health problems in children.
Interested in attending but not a high school student? The Mini Med School curriculum is designed for students in grades 10-12, but a limited number of seats are reserved for the public.
Registration is accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. As space is limited, registration does not guarantee a seat.
Mini Med School Kamloops is now full. Additional nominations will not be accepted at this time.
Are you a high school student in attending Mini Med School? Students must be nominated by a teacher to attend this event and cannot register themselves. Students who register as a member of the public will not be given a seat for the series.