University of Aberdeen, Anatomy Museum

University of Aberdeen, Anatomy Museum
The Suttie Centre for Teaching & Learning in Healthcare,
Foresterhill,
Aberdeen
Aberdeenshire
AB25 2ZD
Scotland

Website

www.abdn.ac.uk/museums

E-mail

museums@abdn.ac.uk

Telephone

Department Office

01224 274320

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Anatomy model of a human head
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Housed in the new Suttie Centre for Teaching & Learning in Healthcare at the University building at Foresterhill, Aberdeen,the Anatomy Museum collection comprises specimens and objects that provide a comprehensive reference for normal anatomical conditions, which covers the range of functional body systems.

The collection has over 2000 specimans and objects, including human tissue, osteological material, historical anatomical models and information relating to 19th century grave robbing.

Venue Type:

Museum, Archive, Science centre

Opening hours

Due to legal constraints, access to the collection is restricted. By written appointment only.

Admission charges

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The Anatomy Museum provides a key source for the study of medicine and along with the Pathology and Forensic Medicine Collection, forms the core of the University’s medicine and health resources. The University’s medical collections are of national importance.

Our anatomy collection comprises specimens and objects that provide a comprehensive reference for normal anatomical conditions, which covers the range of functional body systems.

The collection totals around 2000 specimens and objects. This includes fluid-preserved specimens of human tissue.

Collection details

Science and Technology, Medicine, Archives

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