Continuous Professional Development Modules
Held within the Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification, University of Dundee, Scotland, UK
Choice of two-week long residential modules:
Modules delivered by some of the leading world experts in the field of human developmental osteology.
Offers current professionals and those in training an opportunity to enhance their continuous professional development.
To provide specialised training in cranial and postcranial juvenile osteology.
Concepts and principles of the developing human skeleton will be introduced, including the embryology, development and morphology of each individual bone within the human skeleton
Intensive series of lectures and a large practical component which will allow direct examination and assessment of juvenile skeletal remains.
Practical sessions based on the unique Scheuer Collection of Juvenile Remains - the Scheuer Collection is believed to be the only active repository for juvenile skeletal remains held anywhere in the world
(30th July– 3rd August 2012)
(6th– 10th August 2012)
“This was an outstandingexperience from beginning to end. The instruction was rich, detailed and well presented”
“The vivid explanation of embryology makes this difficult subject clear and understandable”
“I found the course extremely informative and excellently delivered”
“There are so many strengths – it has been an unparalleled opportunity and privilege to study under these instructors and work with the collections”
Dr C Cunningham, email@example.com
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