|Members of the "Pulmonary Resistors" team (from left) Edward Crockett, James Dean II, Joshua Deal and Kathleen McClinton pose for a photo after winning the 2015 University of South Alabama Center for Lung Biology Lung Bowl competition Aug. 28, 2015.|
The University of South Alabama Center for Lung Biology recently held its fourth Lung Bowl competition at the Active Learning Center.
The Lung Bowl is a biology game based on a jeopardy model, where teams come together to compete against one another for high scores. The teams are comprised of predoctoral students, postdoctoral fellows and clinical fellows in USA Center for Lung Biology training programs.
This year's winning team was “Pulmonary Resistors,” comprised of graduate students Joshua Deal, pulmonary fellow James Dean II, and doctoral candidates Edward Crockett and Kathleen McClinton.
Watch the video below to learn more.
Posted by Med School Watercooler September 17, 2015
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