Department of Anatomy and Histology
1.To present a concise but comprehensive knowledge on how the various organs, tissues and cells come together to form the functional and morphological human body. A general introduction on human development is mandatory followed by integration of Anatomical knowledge with other Basic Medical Sciences in a multidisciplinary system-based modular system. These, in addition to other disciplines, would form the foundations for human biological studies in health and disease i.e. "biological basis of medicine ".
2. To provide anatomical lab skills on cadavers, models, cross sections, radiological & MRI images as well as microscopic histological specimens.
3. To enhance communication skills through student-presented seminars.
Research: to carry out community-oriented research, especially regarding the effects of local environmental pollutants on the body, tissue, cell and molecule level, utilizing the available lab resources of histopathology, immunofluorescence, cell culture, and image analysis.
Services: to assists other medical schools in the region by preparing plastinated materials in the Plastination center.
1. Gross anatomy lab
2. Histology lab
3. Clinical-skills lab
4. Plastination center