News Archive 2018
Advanced Anatomical Skills 2017-2018 – Another successful year!
In 2013, the Department of Anatomy and Neuroscience launched its AN3000 – Advanced Anatomical Skills module to complement its anatomy teaching to medical students. The course, offered as a student-selected module, allows students to appreciate Anatomy in a non-pressurised manner and is ideal for students with an interest in surgery, radiology or other anatomically-oriented disciplines of medicine.
The 2017-2018 delivery saw 6 students plan and prepare high quality teaching cadaveric specimens. In addition, to offering a consolidation of the students’ anatomical knowledge, the module provided them with a unique perspective in the tri-dimensional relationship of tissues and organs within the human body.
Picture: The teaching staff and students on completion of the module. Pictured from the left are Dr. André Toulouse (module coordinator), Ms Carrie O’Flynn (FLAME lab), students Ryan Flavin, Mercedes Lupo, Hillary Nepon, Fiona-Bridget O’Donovan, Avril Compton and Carolina Uribe, Dr Sue Grenham (FLAME lab) and Mr Michael Cronin (Technical Director of FLAME Lab).