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Dry Anatomy Lab

Our dry anatomy laboratory can be used as a classroom for both students and also for training sessions for standardized patients. The room houses dozens of anatomy models that students can use for a deeper understanding of human anatomy.

There is also an anatomage table that looks like a human-sized iPad. Several human models are represented on the table. Using this tool, students can explore and manipulate different layers of anatomy with the swipe of a finger.

The Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine is also on the cutting-edge of ultrasound curriculum, using high tech portable ultrasound machines as another way to learn about and visualize human anatomy. 

Classroom shot of the dry lab with students wearing masks and physically distancing.
Our dry anatomy lab can be used as a classroom for both students and also for training sessions for standardized patients.
Harvey, our medical simulation mannekin
The room houses dozens of anatomy models that students can use for a deeper understanding of human anatomy.
anatomage table showing the skeletal form
There is also an anatomage table that looks like a human-sized iPad.
closeup of a hand shown on the anatomage table
Students can explore and manipulate different layers of anatomy with the swipe of a finger.