Medical & Dental Courses
The Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy carries out much of the teaching of first- and second- year medical students, and first- year dental students, in the School of Medicine. Each of our courses is directed by an experienced senior faculty member, with the participation of two to three other faculty in lectures, laboratories and discussion. Graduate students act as teaching assistants for laboratory sessions in Human Gross Anatomy, Histology, and Medical Neuroanatomy.
Dental students are admitted through the Regional Dental Education Program.
|Name & Description||Number||Director|
|Survey of Neuroanatomy
Lecture format. Required course for dental students.
Microscopic and developmental anatomy of normal cells, tissues and organs of the oral cavity, with stress on the teeth and related tissues.
|ANAT 6070||Dr. R. O. Woodward|
Preparations of special dissections for demonstrations in gross anatomy.
|ANAT 6910||Dr. David Morton|
|Advanced Human Gross Anatomy||ANAT 7050||Dr. David Morton|