OsteoCHAMPS returns in-person Saturday after COVID forced the Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine program to go remote. The eight-day summer program opens doors and provides an opportunity for high schoolers to learn more about osteopathic medicine.
Students attend the residential OsteoCHAMPS where the academic curriculum includes anatomy, biochemistry, Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine (OMM), a research project, writing, nursing simulation and clinical skills. In addition, they get to have fun – ice skating, participating in a scavenger hunt, visiting the MSU Dairy Store and attending “Dinner with the DOcs.”
Students from 35 Michigan cities will attend this summer’s program - July 9-16 – joining the ranks of the 700-plus students from across the U.S. who successfully completed the program as of 2021: the majority from the state of Michigan.
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