Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery

  • Basic Science Course

    Anatomy Agenda

    Robert Morecraft, PhD of the University of South Dakota ably assisted by Sue-Ann Thompson, PhD, leads the charge for the first two weeks of the course.

    The head and neck is divided in to 14 distinct regions for dissection and a thorough lecture precedes each practical component. During dissection students are assigned approximately two to a cadaver for the practical, however they are welcome to dissect after hours as well.


    All lectures are held in the Otolaryngology Clinic, 21291 Pomerantz Family Pavilion, Elevator L, Level 2
    Alumni Conference room, 21271 PFP

    • Anatomy Schedule 2015   (6-3-15)
    • PLEASE NOTE: For those taking the entire course, there are a series of lectures which begin at 8am on Monday July 1st. For those taking anatomy ONLY, the anatomy lectures and lab will begin at 1:00pm on Monday July 1st.


    What to Bring

    • Anatomy textbook of your choice, textbooks used are Netter's Atlas of Human Anatomy or Clinically Oriented Anatomy
    • Laptop
    • Change of Shoes
    • Sweater or sweatshirt for the lecture room and a long sleeve t-shirt for lab


    Students sit two multiple-choice examinations during the two week course.