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Thursday, September 06, 2007
Audience members are drawn to Dr. Anderson's display of lungs, hearts and other body parts.
A record number of participants attended the opening night of the seventh annual
The five-week program, which began September 5th, is designed to help
Dean E. Albert Reece, MD, PhD, MBA, said
In celebration of the
Participants were equally fascinated and impressed by the anatomy lesson provided by Larry Anderson, PhD, who showed a documentary clip that realistically demonstrated what med students see in the anatomy lab. Even more popular was Dr. Anderson's display of actual hearts, lungs, knees, hips and other body parts that have been preserved by a process that makes them look and feel like plastic.
University of Maryland School of Medicine
Dr. Anderson takes the time to explain what "students" are seeing, giving them a unique lesson on how the body works.
Participants take notes during lectures to make sure they don't miss any important facts.
The illustrious history of the school is showcased before the doctors' presentations.