Journey into the body in real time to watch the heartbeat! Using a handheld ultrasound probe and an ultrasound unit the size of a laptop, you will learn to scan the body in the same labs and with the same doctors as our medical students at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine.
Ultrasound allows physicians to determine what is going on inside the body in a non-invasive way. Using sound waves, it gives images of the inner workings of the body so that emergency room docs can make quick, lifesaving decisions and Orthopedists can decide where the proper injection in the joint should be.
Practice on our real-life simulator and on real patients! You will be certain to learn
some anatomy and physiology along the way. Welcome to the technology of the future,
the stethoscope of the future, ultrasound.
Program Dates and Audience
- This adventure has reached capacity and is on a waitlist.
- July 18-23, 2021
- Rising 9-12 grade students
- Commuting Scholar - $575
- Commuting Scholar Plus Evening - $665
- Residential Scholar - $975
Meet Your Instructor
Robert Haddad, RDCS, RVT
Dr. Haddad is a registered cardiovascular sonographer and director of Ultrasound Education at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine. He is also the clinical coordinator and lead instructor of the cardiovascular ultrasound programs at Midlands Technical College and the Palmetto School of Ultrasound. In addition, Dr. Haddad has been a part of the Cardiac Diagnostics lab at Prisma Health for the past 13 years.