Students competed at the annual North Carolina Ultrasound Society meeting in Concord.
Students from JCC’s sonography programs competed this month at the annual North Carolina Ultrasound Society meeting in Concord, NC. Four students won prizes for scientific exhibits they created.
From the cardiac and vascular sonography program, student Lauren Forsythe won first place for her project titled “Micra: The World’s Smallest Leadless Pacemaker,” and Bonnie Spencer won second place for her project titled “Drug Abuse & the Cardiovascular System.”
From the medical sonography program, student Holly Jones won first prize for her project titled “Breast Cancer,” while student Sarah Lambert won third prize for her project titled “Fetal Blood Sampling."
Cut line: Holly Jones is holding her first prize ribbon for her project titled "Breast Cancer."