‘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)


Lamprey Dissection (with Mr Isaacs)


Tuesday 29th January - Session 1

Thursday 31st January - FULLY BOOKED


Room B1, Time: 1.15-1.40pm


The lamprey is a rather unique, jawless fish. This ancient organism has been around longer than the dinosaurs! Join us for a truly fascinating dissection session.



Join session 1 or waiting list for 2

Thank you - you will receive an email if you have been allocated one of the places.