Graduate Program in Clinical Anatomy


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  • Courses

    • ANAT. 700 - FUNDAMENTALS OF GROSS ANATOMY. A study of the human body with an emphasis on the head, neck and trunk. This course incorporates lectures and a dissection laboratory. Although listed as a Spring Semester course, a component is taught at the start of the Fall Semester. (9 semester hours)
    • ANAT. 701 - FUNDAMENTAL MICROSCOPIC AND DEVELOPMENTAL ANATOMY. A study of the microscopic structure and function of cells, tissues and organs. (6 semester hours)
    • ANAT. 711 - GROSS ANATOMY. A study of the human body utilizing dissection. (12 semester hours)
    • ANAT. 713 - HISTOLOGY AND CELL BIOLOGY. A study of the structure and function of cells, tissues and organs. (6 semester hours, 3‐3)
    • ANAT. 715 - NEUROBlOLOGY. A study of the human nervous system. (6 semester hours).
    • ANAT. 716 - DEVELOPMENTAL ANATOMY. A study of the embryonic development of the human body. (2 semester hours)
    • ANAT. 722 - TOPICS IN CONTEMPORARY ANATOMY (1 semester hour)
    • ANAT. 730 - TEACHING PRACTICUM IN GROSS ANATOMY. Students will gain experience in teaching gross anatomy to medical students and will learn the mechanics of designing questions for written and practical examinations. Prerequisite: ANAT 700 or 711 or equivalent. (6 semester hours)
    • ANAT. 731 - TEACHING PRACTICUM IN HISTOLOGY AND CELL BIOLOGY. Detailed study of particular cells, tissues or organs. Prerequisite: ANAT 701 or 713 or equivalent. (3 semester hours)
    • ANAT. 733 - TEACHING PRACTICUM IN NEUROBIOLOGY. Detailed study of particular areas, or of specific functional systems, within the nervous system. Prerequisite: ANAT 715 or equivalent. (3 semester hours)
    • ANAT. 740 - READINGS IN CONTEMPORARY ANATOMY. A program of reading or reading and research assigned by a faculty advisor according to specific interests of the student. A written report of the work may be required of the student during or at the end of the semester. (hours and credit to be arranged)
    • ANAT 742 - INTRODUCTION TO PROBLEMS IN CLINICAL ANATOMY. A seminar course that will introduce students to the teaching of anatomy in a clinical context, and to laboratories in the Medical Center in which research in clinical anatomy is performed. (2 semester hours)
    • ANAT 743 - SKILLS DEVELOPMENT IN CLINICAL ANATOMY I. A continuation of ANAT 742, in which students will read, discuss and give presentations about papers on the teaching of clinical anatomy. Students will also prepare a lecture on a topic in anatomy and will have a supervised lecturing experience in front of a large audience. (1 semester hour)
    • ANAT 744 - SKILLS DEVELOPMENT IN CLINICAL ANATOMY II. A seminar course that is a continuation of ANAT 743. Students will read and present papers on the teaching of clinical anatomy. In addition, as a capstone experience for their research/scholarship project (ANAT 745 Clinical Anatomy Research Project), they will present a half–hour seminar describing their work to all students and participating faculty in the Program. (1 semester hour)
    • ANAT 745 - CLINICAL ANATOMY RESEARCH PROJECT. A research/scholarship project focused in an area of clinical anatomy or anatomical education with a participating program faculty member as a mentor. (1 – 8 semester hours)
    • ANAT. 760 - DISSERTATION RESEARCH PROPOSAL. An advanced course in which doctoral students prepare and defend a research proposal for their dissertation research project. (1 semester hour)
    • ANAT. 798 - DISSERTATION AND DISSERTATION RESEARCH. (1 semester hour)