Faculty in the department teach and conduct research in functional anatomy, histology, cell biology, evolutionary morphology, neuroscience, pathobiology, and laboratory medicine, and practice medicine in anatomic pathology, forensic pathology, and clinical pathology (laboratory medicine).
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The Evolution of Human Anatomy and Locomotion was the topic of Dr. Carol Ward’s recent talk during the American Association of Anatomists Annual Meeting which was held in Boston, MA. For further information regarding her talk, click here
Gift of Body Commemoration is scheduled for March 20, 2013 from noon to 1:00PM. The department receives bodies donated by those who want to advance scientific investigation and education of students training to be doctors, nurses, and other health professionals. Bodies are also used by physicians and researchers who are involved in more specific anatomical studies in medical specialties such as orthopedic surgery, otolaryngology, and plastic surgery. This event will honor donors who have given their bodies to advance medicine at MU.
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