New York Medical College


Frontiers in Physiology


Whoever said classroom learning is for just for kids, or that classrooms are the only places to learn? In the American Physiological Society's (APS) "Frontiers in Physiology" program, which New York Medical College hosts each summer, the setting is the laboratory, and the students are middle and high school life sciences teachers who work under that tutelage of APS research mentors from participating laboratories, like those at the College's Graduate School for Basic Medical Sciences.

Read more about Frontiers in Physiology from the pages of InTouch.

November 2003 - GSBMS helps create a fellowship to teach teachers

September 2004 - Science teacher spends summer in physiology lab

September 2005 - High school science teacher is schooled in laboratory techniques

September 2006 - High School science teacher spends summer in brain research laboratory

Visit the APS Frontiers in Physiology website.