Lehrstuhl für makroskopische und klinische Anatomie

In our courses, students of medicine and dentistry receive intensive instruction in macroscopic and clinical anatomy through lectures, seminars and internships. Teaching is oriented to practice and clinical settings.

Anatomie Lehre

Interaction: Teaching and research

Anatomy is a living discipline. Knowledge about our discipline undergoes constant expansion and transformation, which represents the basis of medical practice. Although imparting knowledge of the structure of the healthy body is one of the principles of our discipline, pathological changes, injuries and healing mechanisms also play an important role in teaching and research. The understanding of differences between individuals is also essential. Our preclinical and clinical teaching and our research are closely connected—more closely than in any other medical discipline.

Aus- und Weiterbildung

Training and professional development

The postgraduate education and professional development program offered at the Division of Macroscopic and Clinical Anatomy at the Medical University of Graz was established decades ago and is continually being expanded.

Clinical experts have the opportunity to continue their professional development under expert guidance, to learn special interventions or to obtain practice in current techniques in a well-equipped environment.

We accommodate you by providing a variety of settings that can be adapted to meet your individual needs.

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Ansprechpartner*innen für die Lehre

Training for external universities and universities of applied sciences

Whether at universities of applied sciences, private universities or academies: Wherever anatomy is part of the educational curriculum, the best possible teaching media should be available for knowledge transfer. Macroscopic and Clinical Anatomy has extensive options for teaching and providing support for courses.

We provide:

  • Seminar rooms and lecture halls: from 10 to >500 participants
  • Dissection rooms for a variety of group sizes, from 2-250 course participants
  • Variety of permanent anatomical specimens and models of all regions of the body
  • Fixation methods adapted to different course requirements (Thiel, ThielE, ethanol-glycerin, ethanol-lysoformin, fresh tissue)
  • Comprehensive infrastructure for radiology and biomechanics
  • Easy access with public transportation

Inquiry: Course, workshop or demonstration