This lab supports anatomy instruction with 32 dissection tables and onsite specimen storage. Its adjacent lecture hall permits anatomical demonstrations for large groups.
The main lab is divided into four smaller areas, each with eight dissection tables. A separate area provides space for small group study, instruction and special programs. All anatomical materials and equipment used in the lab are stored in a dedicated facility within the lab, promoting a learning environment that’s both adaptable and orderly without time wasted waiting for materials.
Two computer terminals contain instructional software and offer Internet access so students can use online gross anatomy resources in the lab.
Our gross anatomy lab also serves as a training facility for MD
students, residents or others who want to refresh their knowledge
of human anatomy or practice surgical techniques. We loan out
anatomical models for educational and legal uses as well.
Raymond P. Dannenhofer, PhD
Associate Dean For Support Services
Pathology and Anatomical Sciences
221F Farber Hall, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, N.Y. 14214
Phone: (716) 829-2540; Fax: (716) 829-2462