BioMedical STEM Camp

Last week the World Health Organization declared the current Ebola
outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo a public health emergency. More than 1,600 people have died since August in the second-deadliest Ebola outbreak in history.

What is Ebola? How does it spread? What about vaccines? Are they all effective?

As part of our continuing commitment to STEM education, St Louis School is running a Biomedical STEM Camp this week for students in grades 5 through 8. Attendees are participating in presentations, challenges and hands-on activities to learn how to identify, treat and prevent infectious diseases. Called “From Lab Bench to Bedside…and Beyond,” the five-day camp is led by parent professionals in the biomedical field.

A huge thank you to our camp sponsors Dr. Mary Anne Baysac, Benavent Dental, McCarl Dental, Chesapeake Pediatric Dental, Calvert Hall Colle High School and Kaiser Permanente, we truly appreciate your support.