LMP2211H: Advanced Anatomy Dissection

For Pathologists' Assistant students in the MHsc in Laboratory Medicine program.

In this half-term course, you will learn about the human body by completing a series of anatomical dissections and utilizing prosected cadaveric specimens.

We will discuss dissection of the human body, complications of surgery and other relevant issues (e.g. pathological conditions like cancer).

This advanced anatomy course will provide you with fundamental key content prior to your practicum courses.

This course will be offered to advanced fourth-year undergraduate students (ANA400H1) who have taken a full year full gross anatomy course with a laboratory and a strong track record of academic success (a minimum B+ in ANA300 or ANA126).

Course instructors

Dr. Kristina Lisk (Department of Surgery, Temerty Medicine)

Kristina.lisk@utoronto.ca

Dr. Michael Cabanero

Michael.Cabanero@uhn.ca