314.977.7379Kim Dondanville, Program Coordinator
$6.00 per student.
$5.00 per student if a dissection or cadaver demonstration is scheduled after the auditorium presentation.
Middle School to High School Students
Auditorium Participatory Presentation
1 hour and 45 minutes
AIMS auditorium presentations take place in a 400-seat theatre with a seventeen-foot high definition screen at Paul A. Young Hall on the Saint Louis University campus. Students are able to view human specimens in a "larger-than-life" setting as they develop an understanding of the structure and function of vital organs. All programs are presented by local health care professionals from different medical specialties.
Program Topics Include:
To register for an auditorium program listed below, click here.
Often, schools will elect to view one of our auditorium presentations and then schedule a hands-on demonstration or dissection directly after to maximize on their opportunity to visit our facilities. If you want to maximize your time here at AIMS, please fill out the auditorium presentation registration form, and indicate which hands-on program you would like to participate in, following the lecture.
You have the option to schedule a cadaver demonstration OR a dissection of the day following any of the following auditorium presentations.
2015 - 2016 Auditorium Schedule
Monday, October 26 - How the Body Works: A Study of Human Organs & Systems* (recommended for middle school ages)
Tuesday, February 16 - The Human Brain/ Central Nervous System