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Dr Mutahira Lone newly appointed Director of the MSc in Human Anatomy congratulates MSc graduates at recent College of Medicine and Health conferring ceremony

3 Nov 2023
MSc in Human Anatomy graduates (from back l-r): Rachel Daly, Mark Cronin, Julia Devlin and Ayesha Saeed Khan. Front l-r: Ashley Durfee, Dr Ernesto Pearson, Dr Mutahira Lone Director MSc Human Anatomy, Professor Aideen Sullivan Head of Department of Anatomy and Neuroscience, Katie Mill and Emily Horgan.

Dr Mutahira Lone, the newly appointed Director of the MSc in Human Anatomy programme in UCC, congratulated the class of 2023 on their conferring at the UCC College of Medicine and Health Conferrings on 31st October 2023.

Dr Mutahira Lone, said that 'she was delighted to welcome back the graduates to UCC to celebrate their conferring ceremony together', and along with Professor Aideen Sullivan Head of Department of Anatomy and Neuroscience congratulated the graduates on the successful completion of their MSc in Human Anatomy degrees.

The very popular MSc in Human Anatomy is a well-established programme within the Department of Anatomy and Neuroscience, it plays a very important role in postgraduate Anatomy education nationally and internationally, and it continues to receive extremely positive feedback from its graduates.  The MSc in Human Anatomy is full time 12-month student centred course, with a large dissection component, lectures, practicals, tutorials, seminars, and technology enhanced learning. 

Dr Lone commented that 'many of this year's graduating class have come from diverse educational paths and have found the course challenging and very rewarding', adding that 'she is delighted to see the different career paths which the graduates are undertaking and wishes them continued success'. 

The MSc in Human Anatomy will be of interest to graduates of medicine, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, nursing, science, engineering, and other fields, interested in combining a postgraduate qualification in human anatomy with their skills base.  The course has a large dissection component which will provide participants with an exceptional opportunity to develop their dissection and anatomical knowledge in the FLAME laboratory, the Department's newly constructed state of the art human anatomy research laboratory.

If you wish to find out more about the course, please contact Dr Mutahira Lone, Department of Anatomy & Neuroscience, University College Cork email:  


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