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The Centre for Applied Anatomy hold a Showcase Event to highlight our activities and innovations

11 September 2017

On the 11th September, The Centre for Applied Anatomy held a Showcase Event to showcase our activities and celebrate recent successes and highlight innovations.

Our agenda included:

Kate Healy - How to get the Perfect Body

Carys Davies - Your Outstanding Technical Team

Sarah Gosling - Outreach and WP in Applied Anatomy

Sarah Allsop – Anatomy in MB21

Julie Townsend and Imogen Richens – Our approach to Teaching Clinically Relevant Anatomy in the BVSc Programme

Liz Gaze and Lucy Watson – Dental Anatomy Teaching

Allison Fulford – Making Clinical Courses More Inclusive: The Bristol Gateway Programme

Nobue Itasaki - Research on Embryogenesis, Developmental Defects and Cancer

Domingo Tortonese - Mechanisms Regulating Angiogenesis Underlie Pituitary Control of Seasonal Adaptation to the Environment

Kate Healy – The Vesalius Clinical Training Unit

Michelle Spear - Introduction to Applied Anatomy

Jenny McNamara - First Year Applied Anatomy – A New Approach

Scott Paterson and Maeve Ryan - Visualising Anatomy through Imaging – Equipping the Modern Anatomist

Sarah Gosling - The Evolving Human

Michelle Spear and Maeve Ryan - Functional and Clinical Anatomy

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