UAF is reviewing Clinical Procedures professor Sherry Wolf after she instructed students in her medical assistant class to practice repeatedly injecting each other with a solution that is not intended for human use.
Officials at UAF believe around 30 students received injections of simulated 0.9 percent sodim chlorde injection, according to the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner. Students experienced burning sensations and skin irritation after the injections. When students contacted the manufacturer, they were instructed to stop using the solution immediately.
According to student-teacher evaluations published on the ASUAF website, Wolf is a generally well-regarded professor at UAF.