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Part of the Mission: Baylor Balance Research Study

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8:45 AM, Saturday 6 Feb 2021 CST (1 hour 30 minutes)
Space Center Houston (Hosting of all events take place on-line-virtually) - Virtual Classroom 9   Virtual session
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Expert/ EducatorGrades K-12
In the microgravity environment of space, changes to the human body can affect muscles, bones and balance. To test how gravitational environments may affect balance and stability, astronauts go through a variety of tests before and after space travel. To understand how to counter the effects of space on balance, we need to know more about balance on Earth and how it changes with age. Join us and learn about the vestibular system and how you can contribute to the understanding of how balance changes with age through the research collaboration between Baylor College of Medicine and Space Center Houston.


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Jean Streepey
Highland Park ISD
Shelly Grandell
G/T Science Educator
Jeffco Public Schools
Phyllis Friello
Education Manager
Space Center Houston
Mrs. Jo Dodds
Idaho Digital Learning Alliance
Sarah Raymond
Flight Director
The Challenger Learning Center of Maine
Miss Lindsey Hewitt
Science Teacher
Paris High School
Beverly Berekian
Ball Junior High School SEEC Crew
Brandi Jakola
Katy ISD
Elizabeth Henrikson
6th STEM/Science Teacher
Fruita Middle School
Delinda Mock
Curriculum Specialist
Cypress Fairbanks ISD
Mark Shelhamer
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Sharon Rigsby
Murry J Frank Planetarium, Beaumont ISD
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