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August Meeting Recap: Organs!

August’s meeting of the Ladder centered on organs and organ systems. Some special guests dropped in to provide hands-on anatomy & physiology learning for our medical scholars: 291 more words

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Eight years of PDXPUG

I updated our speaker and topic tag clouds for our 8th anniversary.


August 10th Meeting

Assalamu alaikum!

Today we experienced an interactive discussion led by Br. Zeshan and Br. Sayeed, both college students. They talked about everyday difficulties faced by young Muslims in public schools, such as self-confidence, praying in school, dealing with peer pressure, and more. 79 more words

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Ramadan 2014

Alhamdulillah, this Ramadan saw the beginning of our youth group. We had weekly Sunday iftars comprising of Qur’an reading, a halaqa run by the youth, games, and Taraweeh prayers. 81 more words

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July Meeting Recap: Infectious Disease!

July’s meeting of The Ladder brought together medical scholars of all ages to the UROC in North Minneapolis to learn about infectious disease. In addition to learning about different varieties and causes of infectious disease, we learned about those folks in medicine & healthcare who play roles in helping prevent and treat infectious disease, and conduct research that informs everything we know about infectious diseases. 253 more words

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Invitation to Presentation Pros Toastmasters August 11, 2014 Meeting

The theme of the meeting is “Lazy Days of Summer”  Bring a guest, or here is your invitation to come as a guest (no need to RSVP, just show up).

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June Meeting Recap: ENT Medicine & Physiology

At June’s meeting of the Ladder, medical scholars gathered for food, fun and learning about ENT (ears/nose/throat) medicine and physiology!

First, while sharing lunch in small groups, medical scholars introduced themselves to one another and spent some time sharing perspectives on a couple of particularly relevant thoughts from Maya Angelou and Martin Luther King, Jr. 306 more words

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