Noticias

INTERNATIONAL HUMAN CADAVER PROSECTION PROGRAM SUMMER 2016 

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The International Human Cadaver Prosection Program (IHCPP) at the Indiana University School of Medicine – Northwest (IUSM-NW) is the only program in the country that allows non-physician and non-medical-student volunteers to become active participants in the gross anatomy laboratory. 

Though many of our student and professional volunteers each year are involved in medicine or healthcare at the educational or professional levels, applicants need not have a background in medicine to be eligible for consideration. Participants come to IHCPP from across the United States and overseas to gain detailed knowledge of human anatomy, radiology, prosthetics and orthotics, orthopedics, and other topics in this one-of-a-kind, hands-on learning program. 

iusm-nw.medicine.iu.edu

Decargar convocatoria en formato doc

La elección se realizará entre las candidaturas presentadas por escrito, en el plazo de 15 días naturales desde la publicación de esta convocatoria, ante la Junta Electoral a través de la Secretaria (Arán Pascual Font, Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo., Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Departamento de Anatomía y Embriología Humanas, Facultad de Medicina, Ciudad Universitaria / Avenida Complutense, 28040 Madrid).

José Carretero González. Presidente SAE

En diciembre impartiremos la XXIedición (¡casi bodas de plata!) del curso de Estereología.
Adjunto aquí el documento PDF en que se informa sobre el curso y el procedimiento de pre-inscripción.
 
 
Dr. C. Avendaño
Dept. Anatomy, Histology & Neuroscience
Medical School, Autonoma Univ.of Madrid
c/ Arzobispo Morcillo 2
28029 Madrid (Spain)
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Masive Open On-line Course (MOOC) The Basics of Silicone Plastination (S10 Technique)

http://www.um.es/anatvet/curso-plastinacion.php

(Please, enroll the course now and keep in mind the 7th of September as the starting date). 

In recent years plastination has begun to revolutionize the way in which human and veterinary gross anatomy can be presented to students around the world. The plastination methodology consists of slowly replacing tissue fluid with a polymer, under vacuum. The results are clean, dry, odorless, and durable real biological specimens that can be handled without gloves and do not require any special storage conditions or care. It keeps thoroughly dissected specimens from deteriorating, thus providing time to prepare new specimens to be added to the anatomical collection. Since its introduction, it has gained wide acceptance throughout the world. In particular, the major use of this technique is in the production of a wide range of anatomical specimens for teaching, and it has been considered an important tool in recent proposals for teaching anatomy.

The more popular plastination technique is based on a very common polymer, silicone. This MOOC is aimed at introducing those who are interested in plastination into the S10 plastination technique. The basic principles of the S10 protocol are presented in this course using videos.

 

Rafael Latorre DVM, PhD

Veterinary Anatomy

University of Murcia

30100 Murcia

SPAIN

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http://www.um.es/anatvet/

Vicepresident International Society for Plastination

http://isp.plastination.org/

Office: 34-868 884697;

Plastination lab: 34- 868- 884692