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Transform your courses with real anatomy visualized in 3D!

 

For on and off campus learning

 

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Expand Access to Real Human Anatomy
Engage Your Anatomy Lab and Classroom
Boost Student Comprehension and Retention

 

We Simplify Anatomy Education for Students and Instructors with Our Easy-to-Use 3D Anatomy Learning Platform

 


Do you and your students struggle with...

  • Gaining access to anatomical resources?
  • Low classroom engagement and test scores?
  • Restrictive funding to acquire new resources?
  • Comprehending and retaining course material?
  • Outdated or ineffective classroom technology?
  • The cost and difficulty of running a cadaver lab?
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BodyViz was a better fit for us because it isn’t confined to a table, like many of the other virtual anatomy solutions, and can adapt to all of our anatomy courses in any environment.

Blue Mountain College

BodyViz is 100% interactive. You do your best learning through active learning, where you are interacting with and you are engaging in the material.

University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio 

Not only is BodyViz important for our current class, it is key to preparing our students for what they will see in their clinicals and rotations.

Creighton University School of Medicine

Expand Access
Provide students with unlimited access to 3D anatomical resources using computers and tablets.
Increase Comprehension

Virtually dissect, explore, and study from thousands of examples of real human and animal anatomy visualized in 3D.

Transfer Skill

Prepare students for post-academic success by familiarizing them with pathology, injury, variants and more.

BodyViz Revolutionizes Anatomy Education

for All Academic Levels

 

Real Human and Veterinary Anatomy Visualized in 3D

 

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Hair and Alopecia

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In this Brain Builder, we will introduce the integumentary system and discuss the anatomy of hair. We will follow this with a discussion of alopecia (which is the medical term for hair loss), some of the types of alopecia, their possible causes, and a variety of treatments for alopecia.

Transforming Anatomy Education at the New College of Florida

February 20, 2024

In the realm of anatomy education, innovative technology is reshaping the way students engage with complex subjects. We sat down with Amy Bohan, Instructor of Biology, to explore the game-changing role of BodyViz within her anatomy curriculum and why she believes BodyViz is the future of anatomy education.