Share firsthand in the exciting discoveries being made by northeast Ohio medical researchers. Learn how they find links between diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular disease. Choose from these program offerings:
BMT: STEM Speaker Series
Designed for local school groups and public audiences visiting Great Lakes Science Center
Promising advances in treatment and cures will change the way we manage diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular disease. Meet local researchers whose work aims to make better health available to everyone.
BMT: STEM Distance Learning
Designed for school groups and students in grade levels 7 through 12
Interactive media allows students to learn from and communicate with some of northeast Ohio’s leading medical researchers! Pose your questions to the experts. Study diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular disease via interactive video distance learning (IVDL) or web streaming programs.
Evening for Educators Open House
Designed for K-12 educators
Visit Great Lakes Science Center and participate in an evening of professional development through hands-on activities, inquiry-based science, and fascinating dialog with northeast Ohio health and research experts. Keep up with health issues that impact today’s students.
Biomedical Research and Communication Internships
Designed exclusively for Cleveland Metropolitan School District MC2 STEM High School students
An exciting internship program where MC2 STEM High School students will engage in research, collaborate with research mentors, improve science communication skills, and prepare for careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).