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.