Tuesday, March 19, 2019

EPI 1.1 Disease Detectives

What did John Snow discover?
How did he do it?
What was the first Public Health POLICY? soooo simple yet so crafty!

Friday, March 15, 2019

EPI 1.0 1.1

Dear Epidemiology Students, Please make sure that you have completed: Act 0.5 Conclusion Questions and turned them in. Act 1.0 Concept Map and turned in. Act 1.0 Notes and Conclusion Questions and turned in. When done please start Act 1.1 Disease Detectives. Please read the introduction. If you have time you may begin the Disease Detectives Data #1 of 6. The sheet you may print off using the PDF found in the lesson. I also photocopied them for you and they are by the teacher computer station in Williams B406. Thank you and have a great day and weekend. If any questions please ask the guest teacher or email me. Regards Mr. Bradley

Thursday, March 14, 2019

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

EPI 0.5 Public Health Issue When does a Public Health Phenomenon become a Public Health Issue?

Social Media

 Activity 0.5 What Makes an Issue A “Public Health Issue”?
Social Phenomenon becomes Public Health 

PURPOSE; To examine what this course is about.  To understand how a social phenomenon or disease can become a public health issue, an epidemic and pandemic.  To understand how a social phenomenon or disease can change and have far reaching, longterm affects.  

Monday, March 11, 2019

Sunday, March 10, 2019

Monday, March 4, 2019

Friday, March 1, 2019

HBS 6.0 Putting It All Together

EOC Review Quizzes available Friday. Please make sure you have login information. Thank you.

In the Human Body Systems course, you have explored the anatomy and physiology of most body systems. You have also investigated the way in which these systems work together to provide identity, facilitate communication inside and outside of the body, power movement of substance around the body and of the body as a whole, and protect the body from harm. In this activity, you will compile all of the information on your system graphic organizers onto new organizers that are broken down by function. This exercise will help you review what you have learned over the year and visualize the connections between systems. With your team, you will also brainstorm how the body systems work together to perform another function we have yet to discuss this year. 


Thursday, February 28, 2019

HBS 5.3.3 Seating Chart Groups


Good Day.  Colors don't matter.  Teams matter.

Please find your team of 5/4 and get together for today's Immune Response activity.

link 



HBS Humoral Immune Response

Video1Long
  Video2 short

PBS 6.0 Final Autopsy due Tuesday


Wednesday, February 27, 2019

PBS 5 Seating Chart

Skytime Wednesday 2/27

Link for Skytime ............Link





Monday, February 25, 2019

PBS 5.0 Grams Stain

link








Anna Garcia Gram Stain resultant

Saturday, February 23, 2019

Test Available

Dear Mr. Bradley Students,
Your test is now available. No secret word.   Please turn in your packet Monday.
Regards,
Mr. Bradley

PS I fixed the one broken link for the crossword puzzle.  Refresh your page for download

Thursday, February 21, 2019

Thursday, February 14, 2019

HBS 4.3.4 CO, 4.3.5 ABI Worksheet IV

HBS

Today we will combine work
Please finish up and get assessment of Go With The Flow vessels on Manikins

 Please complete 4.3.4 Cardiac Output Please read through 4.3.5 Smoking Costs Arm &A Leg part I (skip II, III) complete worksheet on part IV






 Next time we meet is a quiz on Heart Anatomy, Vessels, CO and ABI. We will then begin our last unit 5 called Protection.


Monday, February 11, 2019

PBS HEART QUIZ


University of Minnesota Quiz
External 1
Internal 4
Click here.

Thursday, February 7, 2019

PBS Test

Secret Word = karyotype

Dear PBS Students
Please remember to take test that closes at 11:45 pm.
Please remember to turn in your packet tomorrow as well as have your cardiac coloring and EKG sheets ready!!
Thanks
Mr. Bradley

PS. Good luck, I believe in you!

Community and Careers Night

Come to the Community and Careers Night at Skyline Thursday, February 28th 3-5:30pm. Career professionals from a number of areas will be there to share their experience. Please sign up at bit.ly/CommunityandCareers.



Monday, February 4, 2019

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Research position for H&M seniors

Please see the below message about research experience at University of Michigan:

I hope you are doing well! You may not remember me but my name is Johanna Buschhaus, and I graduated from Skyline in 2013. I am currently pursuing my PhD in biomedical engineering at a breast cancer research lab. In high school, I volunteered at a research lab which highly influenced my decision to pursue a PhD. We are looking for a student to help out with general lab maintenance. Students must be reliable, able to commit 8-10 hours a week for at least one year, and interested in breast cancer research. Would you be willing to forward this information to any students/teachers (i.e. AP Bio/Chem) that may be interested in the position? High school seniors intending to study at U of M are especially encouraged to apply. I have pasted the ad below and would appreciate if you could send the information out.
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Interdisciplinary  research opportunities are available in the Luker lab in the Center for Molecular Imaging (CMI).  We are seeking motivated, team-oriented, and dynamic individuals planning a career in research or medicine to join our team of researchers. Responsibilities include: lab organization and maintenance, ordering, and cell culture. Students seeking summer employment are encouraged to apply. Students interested in cancer biology, cell biology, biochemistry, biomedical engineering, chemical engineering, and/or optical imaging are encouraged to apply. Students work directly with senior members of the lab, including the PI, and our collaborators in a robust team environment. A commitment of 8-10 hours per week for 1 year or more to the lab is recommended. We especially encourage applications from high school seniors interested in summer research who are planning to study at U of M.
Apply through our web form at  https://goo.gl/forms/b3kA9AJOXqzAnzgd2--
Thank you!
Best,
Johanna Buschhaus
jbuschha@umich.eduW: (734) 763-5476
Gary and Kathy Luker Lab
University of Michigan


Saturday, January 26, 2019

Opportunity: Health Summit, Mara M thank you

Dear, Mr. Bradley


 I would like to inform you about a unique opportunity for students in the magnet: the 2019 Health Equity High School Summit hosted by the University of Michigan School of Public Health and The Health Equity Leadership Pipeline Collaborative in the Health Management and Policy Department. I attended this event last year and it was a very eye opening experience to the field of public health!

Taking place on February 23rd, 2019 at the U-M School of Public Health, the summit’s mission is to introduce high school students to the discipline of public health and health disparities. To expose high school students to the complexities of addressing health disparities, they will engage in a team case study competition, have the opportunity to interact with health professionals and students, listen to a renown public health professional present a keynote speech, and participate in a series of mini workshops on broad health disparity topics. The summit will be an all-day event, free of charge, and food will be provided. That said, this is when YOU become essential to the success of the summit! We are seeking support in spreading the word about this opportunity and I was wondering if you could post the flyer as well as the link to register on your blog?

Students can register today at https://goo.gl/nRgqix

Please let me know if you have any questions, I have attached the flyer below.

Thank you!

Mara

PBS Act 3.4.1, 3.4,2 SCD Pedigree



Extra Credit. Post here, what is wrong with this pedigree. I will look at it Monday and give you points.
Thanks
Mr. Bradley


PS right click the "post" button if it doesn't work.