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    I've applied to do biomedical science

    and I know some of the topics are anatomy
    and since this counts as a sort of medical based degree
    Do you do dissection ? ? or not

    At one uni I visited they did have a room for cadavers which I think they said you do work on etc

    Can anyone enlighten me ? ?

    Thanks
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    Sheffield Biomedical Science students do gross dissection on cadavers.
    It's compulsory in 2nd year, and optional in 3rd.

    2nd year:
    1. Anatomy of the Human Body
    2. Anatomy of the Human Head and Neck

    3rd year (optional):
    1. Development of the Limbs
    2. Aspects of Facial Development
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    Prosection at QMUL in first year.
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    (Original post by tx222)
    Sheffield Biomedical Science students do gross dissection on cadavers.
    It's compulsory in 2nd year, and optional in 3rd.

    2nd year:
    1. Anatomy of the Human Body
    2. Anatomy of the Human Head and Neck

    3rd year (optional):
    1. Development of the Limbs
    2. Aspects of Facial Development
    does that count for sheffield hallam students aswell ??
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    (Original post by Jacobdatz)
    does that count for sheffield hallam students aswell ??
    Ew no, Hallam don't do dissection. Sheffield University has the facility because they do Medicine and Dentistry.
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    Ah fair enough

    thanks
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    Hey guys How about King's College London? Do you have any information? And also, do you know if they are willing to transfer students into medicine in the 2nd year if you do really well? Thanks
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    It depends on the university. I have applied for Biomedical Science at Aberdeen and they do dissection of human cadaver in 2nd year.
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    Oxford Brookes and Westminster don't. But I kinda like dissection. It's fascinating to see how the human body works.
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    Is there human dissection at Durham?
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    Also is there human dissection at imperial college?
 
 
 
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