Special Topics in Anatomy (Vesalius 2)

GMS AN 804

The principal component of this special topic is teaching, and it includes the Vesalius Teaching Apprenticeship in which students teach in Medical and Graduate School courses as Teaching Fellows. In addition there is the opportunity for presentation of problems of current interest in teaching anatomical science offered to small groups of students at the instigation of either interested faculty or students. Examples of topics that might be discussed are: gross anatomical or neuroanatomical disciplines, differentiation; aging in specific areas of the brain; electron microscopy; fine structure of neurons; biology of the lung; and retinal biology. Var cr, Fall & Spring sem.

FALL 2017 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Luebke ARR TBD-TBD held in Room
L-1004
MED Campus

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