The Center for Anatomical Science and Education offers education for medical students, graduate students and other health care students.
The Center for Anatomical Science and Education has strong faculty participation in the first year Human Anatomy and Cell Biology courses and in the second year Neuroscience module. Its faculty are also involved in the gross anatomy, histology and embryology parts of other second year organ-system modules.
In addition, research and advanced didactic electives are offered in all four years of the medical curriculum.
Ph.D. in Anatomy
M.S. (R) in Anatomy
M.S. (non-thesis) in Anatomy
|The Center for Anatomical Science and Education participates in the training of students in the School of Nursing and the School of Allied Health Professions.|
Please direct all questions regarding these programs to Patricia Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org.