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Master in Human Anatomy


Human anatomy program is a multi-modal, multi-disciplinary听program that implements traditional approaches and modern innovative educational approaches to teach the structure of the human body and the relationship of organs and tissues at a gross and microscopic level, as well as to train the next generation of anatomy educators and healthcare professionals.

Knowledge of anatomy is fundamental for students of medical, dental, nursing, physiotherapy and all other allied health sciences. At a time when knowledge of anatomy is increasingly imperative, medical and dental schools as well as allied health schools across Palestine are facing a deepening shortage of qualified faculty to teach gross anatomy. Gross anatomy is ranked as the most important basic science by residents and is extremely important to mastery for a safe medical practice. Some medical students have had inadequate exposure to anatomy during their clinical training and are worried about their anatomical competence when entering clerkships and residency programs.


  1. Provide students with a broad-based, clinically-oriented knowledge in human gross anatomy, human microscopic anatomy, and human development.
  2. Develop the student鈥檚 ability to adopt a multimodal approach to better understand the microscopic and gross anatomical structure and function.
  3. Strengthen the student鈥檚 ability to integrate the disciplines of biomedical sciences to improve critical听thinking听skills required for听problem solving听in clinical and research conditions.
  4. Provide students with the necessary tools and skills to teach clinically-oriented anatomy and to effectively deliver innovative anatomical pedagogical methods.
  5. Strengthen the student鈥檚 ability to apply experimental design, analytical approaches, problem solving skills, and critical evaluation of scientific literature to the rigorous scientific investigation of a new question in the biomedical sciences.
  6. Enhance the student鈥檚听laboratory skills required for graduate programs and听career听prospects in health science programs.
  7. Promote the student鈥檚 awareness on legal principles, professional guidelines and ethical commitment in research and teaching in the field of biomedical sciences.


  • Identify key anatomical features of clinical relevance from a range of anatomical specimens and radiographs, and locate various surface landmarks on living subjects.
  • Appraise the contribution and integration of important branches of human anatomy in providing a framework for understanding the complexity of human body structure and function.
  • Discuss basic clinical and pathological scenarios in relation to anatomical, physiological and developmental basis.
  • Integrate essential concepts in cell and molecular biology to enhance understanding of human body function in health and disease.
  • Apply current innovative technologies for anatomy education, and propose pedagogical strategies and theories to foster and develop the core anatomical knowledge.
  • Review the scientific literature to empirically identity the basic medical and clinical literature relevant to the field of biomedical sciences.
  • Utilize scientific laboratory equipment and the theoretical knowledge to conduct, analyze and interpret a research project in the field of biomedical sciences and formulate conclusions.
  • Demonstrate ethical standards for all intellectual and professional activities surrounding the use of human material for research and education.

Careers of Graduates

  1. Researcher in biomedical research in topics that join academics
  2. Academic clinicians, and clinical researcher in health teaching positions in academia.
  3. Clinical and health related fields including medicine, pharmacy, critical care nursing, laboratory technicians, physiotherapy, and occupational therapy can benefit from the solid knowledge in human system physiology.
  4. Consultancy in companies, hospitals, clinical centers in the community, and patient support groups.
  5. Joint research projects with outstanding local and international collaborators
  6. Ph.D. opportunities.