Department of Anatomy & Regenerative Biology

The Department of Anatomy and Regenerative Biology is home to some of the University's leading educators and researchers.  As a traditional anatomy department, educational efforts are directed toward undergraduate courses in gross anatomy, microscopic anatomy, and neurobiology for medical, health sciences, physical therapy, and basic science students.  As a modern biomedical research department, faculty members direct NIH-funded projects, with a focus on molecular, cellular, developmental, and physiological aspects in the field of stem cell and regenerative biology. Research-active faculty belong to the University's interdisciplinary graduate program in biomedical sciences, which leads to Ph.D. degrees in Biochemistry and Systems Biology, Molecular Medicine, or Microbiology and Immunology.