ADM recently celebrated 11 third year Biomedical Science students by holding a white coat ceremony.  Traditionally, the ceremony is given to students in medical school programs to signify their entrance to the program and the start of their journey to receiving their long white coat when they become physicians. 

We are incredibly proud of these students for their hard work in the program, which includes successfully completing the first two courses, Principles of Biomedical Sciences and Human Body Systems, before taking their final course, Medical Interventions. During these courses, students are tasked with thinking critically, diagnosing patients, and trying real-world medical practices that they would encounter in any biomedical profession. 

The students will be able to use their white coats the remainder of the school year in their Medical Interventions class as well as in their future after high school if they pursue a medical course of study.  All of these students have worked so hard for this accomplishment over the past three years, and we all look forward to them continuing their curiosity and efforts in their post-secondary endeavors in the near future.  The following students earned their white coat this year:

  • Ella Austin
  • Chloe Bond
  • Ella Goodrich
  • Julionna Lessmann
  • Noelle McDonald
  • Charlie Meller
  • Calli Seehase
  • Payton Taylor
  • Ellah Townsley
  • London Warmuth
  • Aubrey Winter