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Clinical Neuroscience Society

Neuroanatomy Revision Session

E2.04 north • Wed 03 April 2019 14:30-15:30

Refresh your memory with prosections of whole and hemi-sectioned brains, potted brain slices (coronal, horizontal and mid-sagittal), brain base (cranial nerve) pots, skulls, a dissected complete mounted spinal cord, brain models etc

Neuroanatomy is incredibly complicated, and not taught enough within the anatomy centre in the Medicine course. There are neuroanatomy modules in the Bioscience course which are really useful in order to learn about one of the most interesting structurse in the world! So we want to bring an extra session forward for all those interested in revising their neuroanatomy, learning it from scratch, or are budding surgeons.

The session will involve prosections and in addition whole and hemi-sectioned brains, potted brain slices (coronal, horizontal and mid-sagittal), brain base (cranial nerve) pots, skulls, a dissected complete mounted spinal cord, brain models, and the 3D brain app on iPads.

This event is FREE and is a great opportunity to be in a small group, ask questions, and see real dissected brain pieces.

Please get a FREE ticket, just so we can keep an eye on numbers!

Any questions, message the CUCNS page :)