Bespoke facilities to aid teaching and research Bespoke facilities to aid teaching and research

Microsoft Surface TabletThe Clinical Anatomy Department can be found in the Queen's Building. It comprises a  teaching laboratory which can accommodate up to 90 students, a walk-in fridge, large freezer units, a model storage room, an embalming suite and a well-stocked technical preparation area.

Resources and teaching facilities include:

  • 11 bespoke ventilated cadaveric tables

  • 12 embalmed cadavers for demonstrating or dissecting

  • Up to 12 fresh-frozen cadavers for post graduate courses

  • A vast collection of expertly dissected cadaveric prosections

  • A live and recordable camera feed projected over 8 large HD television monitors

  • More than 200 high-quality anatomical models

  • 10 Microsoft Surface tablets with 3D anatomy software

  • A large collection of anatomy and embryology textbooks and atlases

  • 10 x-ray display boxes

  • A large selection of plain film x-rays displaying pathological and normal anatomy

  • Plastic bones and skeleton models

  • A large collection of high quality anatomical models

  • A variety of real bones and historical anatomical models

The facillity is licensed by the Human Tissue Authority under the Human Tissue Act (2004), overseen by experienced anatomy staff.