The Transplantation Science program is a FREE program for students in grades 6 through 12. It is meant to enhance any anatomy, health or biology program. The program introduces students to the world of organ, eye and tissue donation and transplantation. The curriculum was created by experts in the field of donation and transplantation. It promises to deliver a top-notch, hands-on educational experience for teachers and students. Providing an engaging exploration of transplantable organs and tissues, teachers and students alike rave about this program!
“Very informative, excellent hands-on and written resources – super job!”
~ High School teacher
Transplantation Science students have the chance to:
- Learn about each transplantable organ and how it functions.
- Examine real, plastinated organ and tissue specimens from the human body.
- Learn about the conditions leading to the need for a transplant.
- Learn how organ allocation works and complete exercises to match example donors and recipients.
- Experience the difficulty of trying to see with corneal blindness.
- Learn the facts of donation and transplantation and about Donate Life Colorado or Donate Life Wyoming.
- And much more!
Managed by Donor Alliance, this program is free for middle and high school students in Colorado and Wyoming.
Do you still have questions? We can help! We have compiled some educational resources and answered the most common FAQs to help you learn more about the Transplantation Science program: