The Anatomy Museum is located on the 3rd floor of the Pre-clinical Building, next to the faculty's Pre-clinical library. The museum is shared with the Pathology Museum. The museum was established as one of the department's efforts to diversify its teaching methods while fostering self-learning. Among the collections of specimens on display are a collection of plastic and jar specimens. To facilitate learning, specimens are displayed according to the body system starting from the whole body system, hands, feet, respiratory system, urinary system, endocrine system, reproductive system, cardiovascular system, thorax, abdomen and others. Some of the jar specimens were also painted and labeled to facilitate students to identify the structure.
Generally, this museum is used by:
- Medical students
- Dental students
- Nursing Students
- Students of the Faculty of Health Sciences
- Postgraduate Anatomy students
- Postgraduate Master students
- Postgraduate Surgery students
In addition, the museum is open for academic tour. Please refer to the Anatomy Museum Tour Package section under the Services menu.
Among the visitors to the Anatomy Museum:
Student of Sport & Recreation, Faculty of Education, SME
Medical Assistant Trainee, Training Institute of Ministry of Health Malaysia (ILKKM), Seremban
Students from SMA Negeri 1, Dumai Riau, Indonesia