Graduate Gross Anatomy (ANAT 411)

6.1 Trigeminal Nerve Chart

Antique medical chart of the trigeminal nerve (CN V).

The graduate gross anatomy course (ANAT 411) is one of four core courses taken by M.S. in Applied Anatomy students in the Department of Anatomy. The M.S. in Applied Anatomy¬† is a non-thesis (Plan B) Master’s degree that can be pursued by itself or in conjunction with the M.D. at CWRU. Gross anatomy and the other core courses (histology, embryology, and neurological anatomy) can also be taken as electives by medical students who wish to study these subjects in greater depth, graduate students pursuing a thesis-based degree in another department (e.g., Biology), and select undergraduates.

ANAT 411 is taught in the spring semester and meets from 1-5 pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. I am the course director for this team-taught course and also teach the final section, anatomy of the head and neck. For additional details, you can review the syllabus for the entire course  and the syllabus for my section.