Anatomy & Embryology (A&E)
During gross anatomy courses, students study the human body using models and formalin-fixed, partially dissected, human specimens. During so-called “in vivo” or surface anatomy courses, students are trained to detect the topography of anatomical structures in the living human. Recognition of landmarks is achieved through mutual inspection and palpation and subsequent drawing of these landmarks on the body surface.
- Focused on teaching in anatomy, embryology and histology.
- Led by Leo Koehler