Annual summer programs led by GA-PCOM students and faculty acquaint high schoolers with careers in science and medicine.
The historical exhibit will be on display through June.
Students, faculty and staff remembered body donors and thanked their families for contributing to medical education.
GA-PCOM Student Organizations Council recognized students, groups and staff for community work and accolades at annual ceremony.
Various Gwinnett health professions students collaborated to provide emergency care during simulated exercises.
Aisha DeBerry, JD will also develop community partnerships for GA-PCOM and PCOM South Georgia.
GA-PCOM was the presenting sponsor of the Feb. 23 event held at the Infinite Energy Center in Duluth.
The Office of Diversity and Community Relations hosted an event with life coach Christopher Coleman on Jan. 31.
Family honors body donor's contribution to medical education.