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ResourcesOur project resources provide current medical and research information about diabetes, obesity and cardiovascular disease, education resources for teachers, and program evaluation resources for BMT: STEM.

Disclaimer: The medical information on this website is for educational purposes only and is not intended to provide medical advice. We recommend contacting a physician or medical professional for specific questions about diabetes, obesity, and cardiovascular disease as it relates to personal and family health.

DOC Info – Read the latest facts and figures about diabetes, obesity, and cardiovascular disease (DOC) to discover how these medical conditions impact health and wellness, quality of life, and economics in Northeast Ohio and beyond.

DOC Research – Learn about the broad spectrum of local research activities that are improving the medical understanding of diabetes, obesity, and cardiovascular disease. Laboratory, clinical, population, and community approaches are advancing treatments for these diseases.

DOC Links – Check out our recommended links to find medical information about diabetes, obesity, and cardiovascular disease.

BMT: STEM Llinks – Visit our recommended links to learn about biomedical technology concepts including biomedical engineering, genetics, and biomedical innovations in Ohio and beyond.

DOC Curricula – Use our free lesson plans and resources in classroom and informal education settings (i.e., camps, after-school programs, scouting, etc.).

Student Projects – See the presentations and projects created by MC2STEM Internship students, inspired by their medical research internships.

Evaluation – Explore our evaluation plan, instruments, and reports. Utilize and modify our resources to inform evaluation activities at other institutions.

Publications – A list of publications by GLSC staff and leading DOC researchers associated with the BioMedTech: STEM project at Great Lakes Science Center.

Past Programs – Learn about Great Lakes Science Center’s first SEPA (Science Education Partnership Award) project, Mapping the Future of Biomedical Engineering and Technology. Explore the archive of programs and resources from this project here.