Anatomy is the study of the parts and systems of the human body, their structure and their function.
Hosted in the School of Medical Science’s Department of Anatomy and Medical Imaging, students studying anatomy will have access to state-of-the-art facilities, including:
- Biomedical Imaging Research Unit
- Human brain bank for neuroscience research
- A fully integrated facility that underpins anatomy, radiology and pathology teaching on the human body
- AMRF Medical Sciences Learning Centre - Whakaaro Pai
- Histology Laboratory
Where can Anatomy take you?
A comprehensive knowledge of human anatomy is foundational for most careers in the medical and health sciences. Further study in this field also opens up opportunities for students to work in teaching and research, educating the next generation in this ever-developing field.