The first week of classes is Tuesday, January 17 through 19.
There is no class on Monday, January 16 th (Martin Luther King Day)
Lab sections are meeting the first week of classes - Orientation only.
For lab sections that meet on Mondays, Orientation will be included in the first meeting - which is week 2 - Cells, Tissues, Fascia and Skin.
Welcome to Human Anatomy lab.
I would appreciate your comments/ suggestions on the course or this website.
Please address them to me (Dr Weinhaus) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are interested in finding a lab partner or being part of a study group for Human Anatomy lab, reply to this blog. Include your prefered contact information.
The laboratory manual is accompanied with a CD.
The CD contains:
color figures of those in the manual
Cadaver dissection figures
If you did not recieve a CD with your manual, please contact Dr Weinhaus here
You may find many helpful things in the CD that accompanies the Human Anatomy Lab Manual.
For example, there is a good deal of histology to practice recognizing the tissue types.
In addition, there are many radiographs that you might recognize on the practical exam.
2. Do not forget that prework assignments are due upon entering lab . The prework assignments are found in the lab course packet (Weinhaus) or here
There are errors on page 5 of the laboratory manual.
The letters assigned to the structures of the Self-test quiz were mis-assigned by the soft-ware program.
The answers to the self-test quiz are at the bottom of the page. These will be correct if the letters to the structures are re-assigned. From start to end, begin by assigning the letter "a" to "An Organelle", and end by assigning the letter "i" to "Cytosol".
I apologize for this error. This is the first edition of the manual, and there are bound to be some problems.
Thank you for your patience.