News from Anatomy@Edinburgh

Progress in tissue engineered bone production: new publication from the Paxton Lab

Paxton Lab PhD researcher, Vinothini Prabhakaran, and colleagues have published a new study focussed on the production of tissue-engineered bone macro-tissues.

Anatomical Museum Open Days 2024

Dates for the January, February and March Anatomical Museum open days 2024 have been released.

Anatomy for Physiotherapists - NHS Lanarkshire & Anatomy@Edinburgh

Anatomy@Edinburgh recently collaborated with NHS Lanarkshire to deliver an anatomy training day for physiotherapists working in NHS Scotland.

Repatriation of Four Tribal Warriors to Ancestral Home

The remains of four tribal warriors of the Mudan community killed nearly 150 years ago have been formally repatriated by the University of Edinburgh.

Dr John Verrall launches the Anatomy@Edinburgh Seminar Series!

On Tuesday 7th November, Anatomy@Edinburgh successfully launched the new series of anatomy-inspired research seminars.

Professor Tom Gillingwater Elected Honorary Fellow of the Anatomical Society

Congratulations to Tom on this high award from the Anatomical Society!

Anatomy and Physiology for Paramedical Practice Book Released

We are pleased to announce the release of Dr Abduelmenem Alashkham's new book Anatomy and Physiology for Paramedical Practice.

NHS Scotland Deanery – Anatomy for Core Surgical Training – 5th Anniversary

Anatomy@Edinburgh is delighted to announce that the Regional Anatomy Programme for Core Surgical Training, delivered in collaboration with the NHS Scotland Deanery, has just entered its 5th year.

Promotion News for Two Anatomy@Edinburgh Staff

A huge congratulations to Mr Sameer Dhumale and Ms Alethea Kelsey on their promotions.

New 'Athletic Anatomy' Workshop Launch a Knockout Success!

On Saturday 8th July, Mr Sameer Dhumale and Ms Olivia Murray successfully delivered the first of the Athletic Anatomy sessions in our new public workshop series.

ATLAS Event: Medical students use new 3D printed models to help learn anatomy

The ATLAS Facility recently held two student events focussed on innovative anatomy education through 3D printing and arts-based learning.

The Successful Return of Anatomical Museum Open Days

After a Covid 19-induced absence of three years, the Anatomical Museum Open Days returned in 2023 with monthly openings in February, March, April and May.

Visit of Fairview International School

Anatomy@Edinburgh was delighted to host a taster day for 80 sixteen-year-old students from Fairview International School recently, as part of their annual tour of UK universities.

Successful Launch of Brand New Public Workshop: Building Body Parts

On Saturday 22nd April 2023, Dr Jennifer Paxton and Ms Victoria McCulloch, successfully ran the first of a series of brand new public workshops; Building Body Parts!

Dr Abduelmenem Alashkham Shortlisted for Teacher of the Year Award 2023

Each year students have the opportunity to thank staff for their hard work and celebrate the very best of teaching and support at the University of Edinburgh.

ATLAS Facility: Colourful 3D printed bones used in local primary school

Last week we launched the first of several studies that are aiming to use our new collection of 3D printed bones from the ATLAS Facility to teach anatomy in primary schools.

Art Wednesdays at the Anatomical Museum

Art Wednesday is an afternoon to spend time drawing from the historic collections in the Anatomical Museum.

Visit from Donald Jamieson, Great Nephew of E.B. Jamieson

We were delighted to welcome Donald Jamieson, great nephew of Edinburgh Anatomist Professor E.B. Jamieson to Anatomy@Edinburgh today.

National University of Singapore Visit to Anatomy@Edinburgh

We were delighted to welcome Anatomy staff from the National University of Singapore today to Anatomy@Edinburgh.

Anatomical Museum Public Open Days Return!

The Anatomical Museum public Open Days started again on Saturday 25th February after a three year absence.

Anatomy Teaching Week for Brazilian Medical Conference Translators

We're excited to finally be welcoming back our group of medical conference translators from Brazil!


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