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Module code:ANAT3038(Add to my personalised list)
Title:Advanced Anatomy
Credit value:.5
Division:Division of Biosciences
Module organiser:Dr Wendy Birch
Organiser's location:Anatomy Laboratory
Available for students in Year(s):3,
Module prerequisites:This module is open to BSc students who have completed the full unit ANAT 2050, on first entry, with a high 2:1 or first class mark. It is also open to MBBS IBSc students in Anatomy, Cell & Developmental Biology, provided they have passed the relevant courses, again on first entry, with marks of 65% or better. However, course numbers are capped. When there are more candidates than places, as there generally are, then year 2 grades (final marks and spot marks) will be taken into consideration. 
Module outline:This module offers students the opportunity to continue their studies of human anatomy through dissection, comparison, and reading related literature. Each student will focus on a specific dissection project, chosen by them in consultation with the course tutors. This will be complemented by a coursework portfolio. 
Module aims:This module aims to consolidate and deepen the students’ knowledge of human limb anatomy, and to provide an introduction to a more scientific approach to the study of morphology through an individual dissection project and a review of relevant literature. 
Module objectives:Each student will produce a detailed dissection of a specific area. This will be complimented by a course work portfolio including dissection plan, objectives, and report, and two short essays relating to the anatomy of the region, one on a topic of clinical or developmental relevance, and the other on a topic of comparative anatomical interest. 
Key skills provided by module:Each student will gain experience in fine dissection, writing and presentation skills. Moreover, each student will learn to plan and organize their final presentation independently. 
Module timetable: 
Module assessment:Dissection Viva 70.00%.
Project Report 30.00%.
Notes:Student numbers on this module are capped at 20. Priority given to: (1) iBSc Anatomy, Cell and Developmental Biology Students(with 65% or better in Anatomy). (2) Bioscience students who completed ANAT2050 (with 65% or better). There are a total of 20 places on the module, so students may be selected according to the module prerequisites. 
Taking this module as an option?:Check with organiser that places are available.  
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