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Each June, UNR Med first-year medical students honor those who gift their bodies to the School of Medicine's anatomical donation program for medical research and education. On Friday, June 14, UNR Med students hosted relatives, loved ones and friends of deceased donors at Walton's Sierra Chapel to express deep gratitude and pay respects for body donations of the 2018-19 academic year's donors. Photo by Brin Reynolds/UNR Med

Teaching anatomy through tech and touchBy Thomas L. Schwenk, M.D.

Studying the structure of the human body is one of the most important courses for health care professionals.All physicians remember their first day in the anatomy lab. We enter the laboratory with anxiety, fear, wonder and awe.


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