Saint Louis University’s Adventures in Science and Medicine (AIMS) Program offers
students an opportunity to participate in an interactive human cadaver demonstration
at the University’s practical anatomy facility.
- Cadaver Demonstrations : The demonstration exposes students to the physiological and
anatomic relationships of the major organ systems of the human body and describes
how those systems can be affected by disease. Cadaver Demonstrations are open to high
school juniors and above. Students have a chance to put on gloves and explore the
anatomy with the guidance of the presenters. Presenters have a wealth of information
in anatomy and medicine and questions are welcome.
- Pig Heart, Sheep Brain or Pig Eye Dissections: guided student dissections are perfect
for schools that are not equipped to perform such demonstrations within their own
facilities. These dissections are suited for students in sixth grade and above.
All hands-on programs last an hour and available dates are noted on the registration page.
- $16 per student
- $27 per student if doing two hands-on programs on the same day ($5 discount per student)
A large dining hall is available on the third floor where students can eat lunch if