On February 28, the twelfth grade chemistry and biology classes traveled to Mt. Sinai's Human Simulator Lab to meet and work with some anesthesiology residents. The students had the privilege of working with the hospital's high-tech human simulators — incredibly advanced robots that can be programmed to exhibit the vitals signs of a human being. The students also got hands-on experience with laryngoscopes, which gave them the opportunity to practice their intubation and CPR techniques. Overall, it was a great opportunity for the students to apply their knowledge of anatomy and medicines from their IB courses. The question and answer session afterwards was informative and interesting, especially for those considering a future in medicine.