Academic Initiatives


BayOpen_NarrowThe Medical Simulation Center doors first opened in early 2007, but the wide array of innovative academic and research pursuits belies the Center’s short history.  Indeed, it is the Center’s vision to become a leader in the advancement of medical education with simulation technology through research, quality improvement, and creative innovations.


Doctoral Dissertation

Incorporating human patient simulation in medical education: Efficacy of a student-centered approach in teaching the treatment of venomous snakebites in a medical toxicology rotation by Kell, Sue Oliver, Ph.D., University of Virginia, 2007, 155 pages; AAT 3260673

Abstracts and Presentations

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Posters and Publications

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Professional Development

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