Business Briefs, Dec. 31
December 28, 2012 3:16PM
Updated: February 1, 2013 6:10AM
Hands-on training: The International Human Cadaver Prosection Program at Indiana University School of Medicine Northwest is accepting applications for the 2013 session, scheduled for July 31 through Aug. 2. Participants learn anatomy and radiology by working in the gross anatomy laboratory alongside medical students and faculty, practicing physicians and other professionals readying bodies for the fall 2013 gross anatomy class. There are three preparatory classes in June; volunteers have the opportunity in July to assist with the radiography of the bodies. Applicants need not be medical professionals or pre-medical students. Application materials must be received by March 30. Applications can be downloaded from iusm-nw.medicine.iu.edu.
Broadcast award winner: Radio One Communications won two awards in this year’s Indiana Broadcast Association Spectrum Awards. The awards banquet was held Nov. 10 in Indianapolis. The Indiana 105 Dawn Patrol with Steve Zana, Laura Waluszko and Scott Rosenberg won first place for Best Radio Station Broadcast Personality or Team. X-Rock 103.9 won first place in Special Interest and Cultural Programming for “The 219 — Crown Point Marriage Mill” written and produced by Scott Rosenberg.