The Division of Anatomy at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center hosts a series of continuing education units (CEU) in gross anatomy. This comes in response to the increasing need for educators who are able to teach a detailed level of gross anatomy in different academic settings. 

Gross Anatomy of the Back and Upper Limb

June 21 – June 25, 2021

The Division of Anatomy at The Ohio State University is continuing with its successful series of continuing education units (CEU) in gross anatomy. This comes in response to the increasing need for educators that are able to teach detailed level of gross anatomy in different academic settings.

This unique CEU will be delivered by Professors of Anatomy using lectures, labs and tutorials. Participants will also be given the opportunity to learn detailed anatomy by dissecting a human cadaver. This superior method of learning, wouldn’t have been available without the generous gift of our body donors.

Upon completion, participants will be awarded a Certificate of Completion from The Ohio State University, Office of Distance Education & eLearning covering 3 CEUs. The participation fee is $975 that will cover all lab materials, equipment and other expenses.

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For more information or to express interest, please contact Dr. Joy Balta on joy.balta@osumc.edu.

Translational Head and Neck Anatomy

This course, housed within the College of Dentristry, allows participants to learn by examining traditional and fresh-like embalmed specimens in order to figure out specific case scenarios. The goal of this CEU is to correlate relevant anatomy with patient examination and treatment optimization.

To learn more about this continuing education unit, visit the page.