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anatomist

an expert in anatomy
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The rare condition, which was presented this week to a conference of anatomists, was astounding - especially because Rose Marie Bentley had lived so long.
Anatomists will pay exorbitant sums for such specimens--dissecting and displaying them for the eager public.
After five conference presentations at the annual meetings of the Chicago Society for Neuroscience and the American Association of Anatomists, I have gained priceless exposure to the field and have only grown more and more firm in my desire to pursue both neuroscience and medicine as a career."
ATMS Research Committee member, Council member ANZACA (Australian and New Zealand Association of Clinical Anatomists)
Skaarup, Bjorn Okholm, Anatomy and Anatomists in Early Modern Spain (History of Medicine in Context), Farnham, Ashgate, 2015; hardback; pp.
A programme of special events, debates and lectures delivered in partnership with Northumbria and Newcastle universities, among others, runs alongside the exhibition, including: Meet the Scientist: From anatomists to academics studying movement and brain development, visitors to Body Worlds: Vital will have the opportunity to meet working scientists, find out about their day jobs and even help with their research projects.
Featuring artists, performers, anatomists, medics and thinkers, the season offers an interactive investigation into the inner workings of the body.
Like these authors, Buffon relied on other peoples' descriptions of Caribbean and African societies, as well as the claims of anatomists who dissected African cadavers looking for the physical essence of blackness.
As "yellow skin and bone" (84), Miss Havisham's body is an envelope hosting a skeleton, her lack of fleshliness pointing even more powerfully to her material body, as a corpse urging anatomists to investigate it before putrefaction sets in.
In mammals, turtles and birds, inflating the vascular region of a penis with saline enlarges it, allowing anatomists to see how the penis becomes erect.
anatomists, anthropologists, archaeologists and special effects gurus to teach us more about one of our closest ancestors.