M1 Foundations of Anatomy
Foundations of Anatomy provides first year medical students with the content and context they need to be successful as future clinicians. Lectures, small groups, and dissection laboratory sessions support M1 curricular blocks, and provide students with a carefully integrated exploration of regional gross anatomy. Offered Fall-Winter semesters. Team taught. Course directors: Drs. B. Kathleen Alsup & Glenn M. Fox.
The Anatomy week of the second year Surgery & Applied Science clerkship focuses on regional and applied clinical anatomy of the head and neck. Students complete podcast lectures at their own pace, and work through dissection laboratory sessions to achieve an understanding of the high yield clinical regions of the head and neck. Offered year-round. Course director: Dr. David Brzezinski.
M4 RPCs & Bootcamps
Anatomy faculty participate as lecturers and laboratory consultants to support the various residency prep courses (RPCs) and bootcamps, which provide fourth year medical students an immersive preview of their chosen specialties. Offered Winter semester. Coordinator: Dr. Kelli Sullivan.