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2021 A.C.E.S. Registration Now Open

Ignite a passion for science and natural medicine. The Anatomy Centered Education & Science (A.C.E.S.) Workshop invites area high school students and future college freshmen to experience learning at Logan University while exploring careers in health care. The one-week program is taught in small groups by physicians and professionals from various medical specialties. Students will study physical anatomy, body systems, health, wellness and prevention and gain hands-on experience in cadaver dissection, radiology and more. Registration for the Summer 2021 ACES Workshop, which will be held July 19-23, 2021, is now open. Learn more and register here.

Logan Hosts Record-Setting A.C.E.S. Workshop

High school students learn about suturing at Logan University's fourth annual Anatomy Centered Education and Science Workshop

Last week, Logan University hosted its fourth annual A.C.E.S. (Anatomy Centered Education and Science) Workshop for area high school students, organized by Dana Underkofler, DC, MS, professor and director of strategic partnerships for the College of Chiropractic. “The A.C.E.S. Workshop saw such great success this year,” Dr. Underkofler said. “This program came at the perfect time for these students. Their school years were cut short, and many of their summer activities were cancelled. A.C.E.S. provided them an opportunity to learn, and it was clear every student was eager to be in a classroom-like setting again.” Students were spread throughout the …