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Anatomy Labs and Resources
The John J. Sheinin, MD, PhD, DSc, Gross Anatomy Laboratory supports the teaching mission of the university both through its use as a large active learning space and also through providing resources and administrative support to any area of the university that requires content related to anatomy.
It is equipped with 40 touchscreen workstations through which students can access their course notes and dissection videos. The center also supports a RFU-developed interactive web-based dissector to support learning. The air quality in the lab is continuously monitored and features not only engineering controls, but also supplemental VOC filtration.
The center also supports an Anatomy Resource Center which includes technologies and learning centers to support tutoring and small group learning.