Our focus is on our students and public engagement.
We catch up with former Anatomy and Advanced Forensic Anthropology student Yuvenya Kaeswaren after her research into identifying sex is published in Forensic Science International: Reports
A multidisciplinary, cross-school project to design and create innovative augmented reality apps for medical education and training.
To meet the increasing need for public engagement in anatomy education and the growing demand from students and external agencies for anatomical and forensic training, we are investing in additional high quality teaching and public engagement space.
We catch up with one of our current students and one of our former students after they presented their research at one of largest anatomy conferences in the world
The Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification celebrates the 130th anniversary of the establishment of the Cox Chair of Anatomy at the University of Dundee.
Dr Christopher Rynn reconstructs the face of a Neanderthal man for a major new BBC series.