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Saturday, January 10, 2015

Medical Doctor program with Dads…

Basia with Dad, January 2015
…at the BODY WORLDS: PULSE, the Discovery Times Square, New York;
Joining NYC Dads and Kids Meet up GroupWe are very thankful to all Dads for organizing an exclusive Meet up.
Basia with Dad, January 2015
On January 10th, 2015 BODY WORLDS: Pulse and Discovery Times Square introduced an exciting Kid MD program for young, future doctors/children eight-years old and up, to explore the functions of the human body. 
Basia with Dad, January 2015
The educational workshop taught kids health basics, preventive medicine and introduced them to the idea of health and medical careers. 
Basia, January 2015
Children contributing in the program dressed in lab coats and stethoscopes and were led through activities on the sensory system, brain, heart, lungs, and bones. 
Basia, January 2015
The event concluded with a distinct graduation ceremony. 
We highly recommend the exceedingly educational workshop to the older kids and their parents.
Basia, January 2015
Sloka Iyengar, PhD, served as Director of Education, leading young, aspiring MD’s through the program. Dr. Iyengar, has graduated from the University of South Carolina-Columbia and been working as a neuroscientist.
 was invented by Dr. von Hagens in 1977, the Plastination process replaces the natural fluids in anatomical specimens with liquid reactive plastics that are hardened and cured with gas, light, or heat. 
Before hardening the plastic in the specimens, they are dissected and arranged into extraordinary, life-like poses, illustrating how our bodies internally respond to everyday movements and activities. 
Plastination provides the flexibility and strength needed to display and preserve anatomical specimens in their true-to-life form, without the use of glass barriers or formaldehyde. 
Gunther von Hagens’ BODY WORLDS exhibitions stem from an established body donation program that relies on donor consent. 
Basia, January 2015
The specimens on display, excluding a small number of acquisitions from anatomical collections and anatomy programs, stem from a body donation program that was begun in 1983 by Dr. von Hagens."
Discovery Times Square is located at 226 West 44th Street (between Broadway and 8th Avenue). 
For more information on the exhibit please visit 
Kid MD sessions are scheduled on January 10, January 24, February 7, February 21, March 14 or March 28, 2015 from 10:00AM to 12:00PM. Tickets for the program are available at $20.00 for child and $27.00 for adult. For tickets and hours, visit

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