Minority Association of Pre-Health Students (M.A.P.S.)

M.A.P.S. is an undergraduate organization that represents the interests of underserved and underrepresented minority pre-health students. Please email us at maps.slu@gmail.com for more information or to be put onto our mailing list!  Read More...

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Posted by Patrice Vallot, Minority Association of Pre-Health Students, February 23, 2012
J&J AIDS Vaccine Protects Monkeys in Study as Testing in Humans Begins
Posted by Patrice Vallot, Minority Association of Pre-Health Students, February 23, 2012
Many scientists think that autoimmune diseases are on the rise because humans aren't being exposed to the same bugs that we used to have contact with. One potential new treatment uses the eggs of a pig parasite.
Posted by Patrice Vallot, Minority Association of Pre-Health Students, February 23, 2012
On Nov. 22, 2011, Jaya Maharaj was 15 minutes old when Stanford surgeons implanted a pacemaker, saving her life and making the newborn the youngest person in known medicine to receive the heart-pumping device.
Posted by Patrice Vallot, Minority Association of Pre-Health Students, February 23, 2012
The excised tumor weighed 180 pounds (82 kilos), according to the hospital, a bit less than the 200 pounds (90 kilos) estimated before surgery.

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20 N Grand
#1394
St. Louis, MO 63103
United States
maps.slu@gmail.com
P: (816) 462-7464
Primary Contact
Naandie Wright