Clinical Applications of Biomedical Sciences
Clinical Applications of Biomedical Sciences, or CABS, runs from January through June of the second year as students transition from basic sciences to clinical rotations. The course consists of four components: Clinical Radiology, Clinical Nutrition, Clinical Pathology/Pharmacology and Evidence-Based Medicine.
The radiology course is taught in both large group lectures by faculty and small discussion groups led by radiology residents, where students will hone their skills at identifying normal and abnormal structures on radiographs. MS2 students enrolled in CABS should refer to the Radiology Teaching Files to review for the exam administered by the department.