Annual MSc Osteoarchaeology Workshop a Success
The second instalment of MSc Osteoarchaeology sessions run in the Anatomy Teaching Laboratory were a joyful success.
The students of Doorway 4 enjoyed 2 days of laboratory practicals run by Mr Dhumale and Dr Alashkham. The topics of the days were head and neck anatomy, followed by upper and lower limb anatomy. The workshops are designed to provide the students with practical experience with soft tissue anatomy and knowledge of how soft tissue structures relate to human osteology. We wish the students success in their upcoming exams!