MS in Applied Anatomy
The Applied Anatomy program is geared toward students seeking a comprehensive education in the anatomical sciences, primarily those wishing to pursue a career in healthcare or education. The rigorous core curriculum integrates traditional aspects of anatomical structure, function, and nomenclature with cell and developmental biology, biochemistry, and cell, tissue, and organ physiology.
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Anatomy faculty oversee or participate in many aspects of the innovative WR2 curriculum of the CWRU School of Medicine, particularly Block 7, a longitudinal block during the first two years that focuses on anatomy, histopathology, and radiology.
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Paleontology and Paleobiology
The CWRU Department of Anatomy has a long history of research in comparative anatomy and paleontology that includes strong links to the nearby Cleveland Museum of Natural History.