Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification
Study human anatomy and forensic science with active practitioners working and researching at the very top of their field
Students from around the world choose to study at the world-renowned Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification (CAHID), part of the School of Science and Engineering. The teaching of human anatomy is a fundamental part of our courses. We are one of only a handful of universities in the UK using Thiel embalming methods to produce near life like cadavers. You will gain invaluable practical experience.
You will learn from case-active practitioners and become part of a community contributing to ground-breaking changes in forensic anthropology, anatomical knowledge exchange, imaging, and improved surgical procedures.
A forensic artist and facial anthropologist who is best known for his work on the tsantsa or shrunken heads, Dr Tobias Houlton has begun a new role at the University of Dundee,
Student, Eszti Somjai, has organised a virtual panel event, "Human vs Creature - An Evening of Comparative Anatomy".
Facial reconstructions reveal what people living in Leith up to seven hundred years ago might have looked like, thanks to the work of two University of Dundee graduates.
The University of Dundee will resume accepting body donations for the purposes of anatomical teaching, research and training, ten months after the programme was put on hold.
A graduate from MSc Forensic Art & Facial Identification (now MSc Forensic Art & Facial Imaging) is using DNA to create virtual facial reconstructions in a bid to identify hundreds of human skeletal remains
Work by dozens of students from some of the UK's most innovative and exciting postgraduate courses will be exhibited online when the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design Masters Showcase 2020 opens next month.