Learning by doing.
Every year, more than 750 SDSU students are impacted by the Human Anatomy and Cadaver Laboratory. The laboratory currently impacts students in 16 undergraduate majors, 4 minors, and in addition, reaches over 1,500 high school students from the region.
Vision for the project:
This new, substantially larger space will allow for increased dry lab area and more favorable student-to-cadaver ratios in the cadaver lab, increasing the experiential dissection opportunities for each student.
Modern air quality control equipment will provide for a first-rate learning environment.
The SDSU Human Anatomy and Cadaver Laboratory Expansion will enhance undergraduate and graduate students’ opportunities for critical hands-on dissection and learning in multiple pre-professional and other medical-related disciplines. The enhanced laboratory environments will foster students’ abilities to develop important skillsets that will make them competitive regionally and nationally for careers and for graduate and professional programs.
“SDSU provides a phenomenal foundation for all pre-professional students which has played an integral part of medical education and my continued success.”
-George Ceremuga, 1st-year Medical Resident