Located on the sixth floor of Evans Hall, PCOM's Anatomy Laboratory can accommodate an entire class of students (250-260). The teaching lab is geared toward small-group learning, with approximately five students per cadaver. The lab features a central stage and computerized and digitalized monitors every three tables to show the dissections. Online tutorials for clinical case studies are also available to students in the lab as is a display room with plastinated anatomical specimens.
Tage Kvist, PhD, professor and chair, anatomy, was among the earliest educators to begin plastinating biological specimens for teaching purposes, and for more than a decade, PCOM students have been the beneficiaries of his work. PCOM is among a small number of medical colleges that plastinate specimens; additional specimens are obtained from the University of Pennsylvania and the Franklin Institute.
- Welcome to PCOM's Virtual Tour
- Evans Hall
- Donor Garden
- Levin Administration Building
- Rowland Hall
- Activities Center
- Parking Garage
- Thank You!