Students in #NSLCHEAL spent their Saturday evening in surgery.

In three “surgical rounds,” students had the opportunity to dissect a cow’s eye, explore a sheep’s heart, and practice their suturing skills on a pig’s foot. Team Advisors worked with students to perfect their technique and recognize various parts of the respective organs, and Dr. Richard Marfuggi led the suture section of the evening.

To see a video and hear what a few of the students thought about their experience, click here. To see the full Flickr album of photos, click here.

Session 1 HEAL Surgical Rounds

Session 1 HEAL Surgical Rounds

Session 1 HEAL Surgical Rounds

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