Welcome to the School of Medicine and Health Sciences Gross Anatomy Lab. The Gross Anatomy Laboratory is located on the second floor of Ross Hall and is directed and operated by the School of Medicine and Health Sciences Office of the Dean. It is approximately 4800 square feet, with space to accommodate 200 people comfortably. The lab has an attached walk-in cold storage room and a newly installed 12-body locker for housing prosections.
The Gross laboratory is equipped with over forty iPads for student and faculty use, four video screens and multimedia projectors for viewing videos, presentations and images from the internet, an updated sound system with recess speakers in the ceiling and it is WiFi capable.
There are forty-one dissecting cadaver tanks, each with its own caddie cart for storing anatomical materials. The lab is equipped with ample surgical dissecting instruments, skeletons, virtual reality equipment, atlases, model, including 3-D orienting models, radiographs, X-ray light boxes and various dissecting equipment.
The gross lab is utilized primarily, in the fall and spring semesters by the medical, graduate, undergraduate, and physical therapy students. During the summer months the gross lab hosts various surgical and nursing courses, the physician assistant students, outreach programs and skill building training courses for emergency medical services in the metropolitan area.