‘I profess to learn and to teach anatomy not from books but from dissections, not from the tenets of Philosophers but from the fabric of Nature'.

 

William Harvey, 1628 (first described the circulation of blood)

Frog Dissection (with Mr Isaacs)

 

Tuesday 1st February 2022

 

Room B1, Time: 1.10-1.45pm (approx.)

Join us for a particularly intricate dissection, where you will learn about the gross anatomy of the frog. Frogs make up 90% of all amphibian species known today.

UPCOMING DISSECTION SESSION 1
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UPCOMING DISSECTION SESSION 2

Eyeball Dissection (with Mr Isaacs)

 

Thursday 3rd February 2022

 

Room B1, Time: 1.10-1.45pm (approx.)

 

Discover all about the intricate anatomy of the eyeball - locate the lens, being held in place by the suspensory ligaments and feel the innermost layer where the photoreceptors are found - the retina. 

 

 

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