Anatomy and Pathology Museum
The Anatomy and Pathology Museum (APM), supports medical and allied health trainees and professionals in their understanding of human anatomy and pathology
Open Monday-Friday 10am-5pm (not Bank Holidays)Museum Facilities
Over 1,500 specimens on open display for self-study and learning:
• Anatomical prosections - fluid preserved mounted preparations and plastinates
• Pathological specimens- dry and wet mounted preparations with case histories
• Corrosion casts
• Skeletons and disarticulated bones
• iPads provide supporting specimen information, including an interactive anatomical self-test resource
To book a visit email Hayley Kruger: firstname.lastname@example.org
Assist with MRCS candidate revision
We are recruiting surgeons from all specialties (SPR4-5 and above) in the London and South East to help MRCS candidates' revision by volunteering to provide specimen-based anatomy and pathology teaching at MRCS candidate study sessions.
Up-to-date experience with the structure of MRCS examinations is desirable but not essential.
The Anatomy Collection
The collection consists over 1,000 specimens preserved to demonstrate human anatomy.