Gross Anatomy Laboratory
The traditional study of human anatomy by dissection takes place in the Gross Anatomy Lab (“Gross” is the German word for large, referring to anatomy that does not need a microscope to be seen).
ISU is committed to providing students with the priceless opportunity to learn anatomy from the best teachers possible – the altruistic individuals who donate their bodies for education.
14 dissection stations feature:
- Fourteen clamshell dissection tables with downdraft ventilation and
- Two surgical lights at each station
- Mounted HD video camera at each station
- Mac Mini with 55” display at each station
Other laboratory features:
- Four mounted room video cameras
- Integrated audio system
- Multiple atlases and online tools
- High quality skeletons and models
- Distance learning capable
- User friendly teaching station
The Treasure Valley Anatomy & Physiology Laboratories encourages students to apply to the After School Anatomy Club. Application information becomes available in early July for the Spring Semester. For more information click here: After School Anatomy Club