Division of Anatomical Sciences
Office of Medical Education
Courses in Anatomy
- Courses for Medical Students
- Medical Gross Anatomy
Gross anatomy for M1 medical students. The anatomy of the human body as studied by dissection, radiology, and other means. Integrated with the Normal Cell and Normal Organ sequences in the M1 year.
Fall & Winter: Brzezinski, Castelli, Cortright, Fisher, Gest , Hildebrandt, Raoof (Coordinator), Stribley, Sullivan, Zeller
- Applied Anatomy of the Head & Neck
Gross anatomy from a surgical perspective for students interested in the head and neck. An elective course for M4 medical students.
January M-F 9-4: Gest (Course director), Hildebrandt
- Applied Anatomy of the Musculoskeletal System
Gross anatomy from a surgical perspective for students interested in the musculoskeletal system. An elective course for M4 medical students.
February M-F 9-4: Craig, Zeller (Course director), Hildebrandt, Kuhns
- Clinical Anatomy & Women's Health
Interdisciplinary course in women's health integrating basic and clinical sciences. Advanced gynecologic anatomy with dissection combined with clinical-correlate sessions relevant to women's health. An elective course for M4 medical students.
February 8:30-4:30: Stein (Course director)
- Surgical Anatomy
Gross anatomy from a surgical perspective. An elective course for M4 medical students.
March M-F 9-4: Gest (Course director), Hildebrandt
- Prematriculation Program
Three-week program to introduce incoming medical students to the Medical School curriculum, faculty, and administration to enhance self-confidence as these students begin their medical careers
July 9-5: Stein (Program director)
- Courses for Dental Students
- Dental Gross Anatomy (Anatomy 505)
Gross anatomy for D1 dental students. Regional gross anatomy, exclusive of lower limbs, forearm but emphasis on the head and neck region.
Winter: Brzezinski, Cortright (Course director), Castelli, Fisher, Hamparian, Raoof, Stribley
- Advanced Applied Anatomy of the Head and Neck (Anatomy 807)
Head and neck anatomy for D4 dental students; clinical problem solving.
Summer W 1-5 (2): Brzezinski (Course director), Hamparian, Stribley
- Courses for Students in Other Health Sciences
- The Human Body (Anatomy 403)
Anatomy and physiology for advanced undergraduate students. A lecture oriented, multi-media course that highlights the basic fabric of the human body as a functioning biological organism. A blend of gross anatomy, histology, developmental anatomy and neuroanatomy that takes the human body from conception to death while dealing with organization at all levels from cells to systems, system interrelations, and key features of select anatomical regions.
Fall MWF 10-12 (5): Fisher, Hildebrandt, Raoof (Course director), Stribley
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