Gallery: Human Body Systems dissection

Students in Laura Dziubinski’s Honors Human Body Systems class dissect cow eyeballs to learn more about how bodies function

Allie Everhart
Students in the PLTW Biomedical Sciences Pathway dissect cow eyeballs on November 17 in Laura Dziubinski’s Honors Human Body Systems class in room 370 at the Upper Campus.

Alayna Majkrzak, Features Editor

Honors Human Body Systems dissected cow eyeballs this on Nov. 17 at the Upper Campus. The students, who are part of the Project Lead the Way Biomedidcal Science Pathway, did this to investigate not only the complexity  how the eyeballs work, but how they are arranged. 

“The dissections are the highlights of the class,” states Laura Dziubinski, a biomedical science teacher. “Students love to investigate actual organs.”