Practical Anatomy and Surgical Education
Saint Louis University's Practical Anatomy and Surgical Education program sets the standard for continuing medical education (CME). PASE advances the technical expertise of surgeons, thereby improving the overall quality of health care for people around the world.
Recognized as one of the finest hands-on educational facilities for continuing medical education, PASE offers a wide range of in-depth surgical workshops designed to provide realistic learning experiences for health care professionals and the community.
- Medical Education & Research - PASE offers CME and advanced surgical training in our practical, hands-on bio labs. Our partnership with Saint Louis University's Gift Body program gives participants access to cadavers preserved using a special embalming technique pioneered in St. Louis that maintains lifelike character and structure. Click here to view upcoming Workshops
Our CME for surgeons is provided through the Saint Louis University School of Medicine, which is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME).
- Community Outreach - More than 10,000 students participate in PASE's Adventures in Medicine and Science programs each year, gaining exposure to anatomical education through 3-D presentations, hands-on cadaver demonstrations, animal dissections and distance learning presentations.
- Facility Rental - New surgical techniques and products are often demonstrated in our labs by medical corporations conducting trainings for surgeons, health care professionals and sales representatives. The PASE facility offers a 3-D auditorium ideal for workshops, extensive laboratory space and a convenient Midwest location.
Our Mission: Practical Anatomy and Surgical Education at Saint Louis University is dedicated to the development and presentation of innovative medical, health and science workshops. PASE promotes the concept of lifelong learning by utilizing the latest technology to connect young people, residents, health care professionals, and surgeons to world-class experts and faculty.