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Medical and healthcare simulation is the imitation or practice of clinical situations in an artificially created environment. Students who enroll in the unique, two-year, part-time Master of Science in Medical and Healthcare Simulation (MSMS) program can expect to learn effective simulation and evaluation techniques, curriculum design and how the use of technology can enhance the clinical learning experience. There is much that goes into developing clinical scenarios that will have the most impact on the learner.


Summer 2014 is upon us, and that means it’s time for the thirteenth annual Manuel Stamatakis Golf Classic. The July 14 event, at the Philadelphia Cricket Club, raises scholarship funds for Drexel University College of Medicine students with proven academic ability and financial need.


The new Master of Science in Medical and Healthcare Simulation (MSMS) degree program, through Drexel University College of Medicine's Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and Professional Studies, is accepting applications. MSMS provides students with a core, detailed focus on the many facets of simulation-based medical education while simultaneously providing them with multiple career options to pursue upon graduation.


Drexel University College of Medicine is once again pleased to host some of the world's top research scientists during the 2014 International Symposium on Molecular Medicine and Infectious Disease. The symposium will take place June 16 – 20 in the New College Building, Geary Auditorium B (15th & Race Streets).


A study from the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at Drexel University College of Medicine offers a potential new therapy for difficult-to-treat breast cancers. A team of investigators discovered that targeting a specific enzyme can kill triple-negative breast cancer cells, but spare non-tumor cells as well. The study appears in the June 5, 2014, edition of Molecular Cell.


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