Young Scientist Roundtable is designed for K-12 students and their parents to learn about exciting ideas and developments presented by professors and prominent experts. All programs are always free and no registration is required. The main presentation begins at 7:00 p.m. and is generally followed by a "Roundtable Part 2" (formerly known as "Teen Roundtable") where students can participate in an in-depth discussion and question/answer session with the speaker.
2017-2018 Young Scientist Rountable Events
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – October 2, 2017
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a nerve compression syndrome caused by increased pressure to the median nerve at the wrist. Basically, the median nerve becomes pinched at the wrist. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is the most common nerve compression in the upper extremity. As a hand and upper extremity specialist, Dr. Mark Wilczynski, MD, Orthopedic Surgery/Hand Specialist at TRIA Orthopaedic Center, understands how disorders of the hand and upper extremity affect those of all ages and negatively impact their quality of life.
Main Presentation Roundtable Part 2
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