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Historic Overview of Anatomy Department - general files
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1937 - 2007 (Accumulation)
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2 folders of textual records.
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The department of anatomy was established in 1883 and in 1996 changed its name to the department of human anatomy and cell science.
The Department of Human Anatomy and Cell Science is an essential component for the teaching of educational programs in (but not limited to) the Faculties of Medicine, Dentistry, Pharmacy and Medical Rehabilitation. Human Anatomy is complementary to the basic medical sciences providing a full spectrum of medical knowledge to future generations of medical health professionals using accredited research and teaching techniques.
Human Anatomy provides expertise in many disciplines and sub-disciplines; Human Anatomy is a foundation of medical training and encourages young individuals to pursue a career in Human Anatomy research and teaching. The Human Anatomy Department recognizes teaching and research as equally important, and encourages and supports the introduction of innovative educational programs delivered to the faculties and the University in a collaborative, multi-disciplinary format.
The Department consists of faculty members, and cross-appointed faculty members each of which are experts in one or more sub-disciplines of anatomy. Quality teaching programs are enriched by scholarly pursuits of our department members who are engaged in research of the highest quality in the following areas: cardiovascular science, cancer biology and neurosciences. Graduate students are provided with the opportunity to use a variety of contemporary techniques such as: autoradiography, light and electron microscopy. 3D imaging, morphometrics, tissue culture and transplantation. immunocytochemistry, in situ hybridization, radioimmunoassay, electrophoresis , transgenics, molecular biology, magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy.
Series was consolidated from a number of partially organized and miscellaneous records transferred to, and accumulated by, the Faculty of Medicine Archives between 1974 and 2007.
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Series consists of two folders of textual records realting to:
(1) Anatomy Act misc records incl papers by IM Thompson on the supply of anatomical material 1949;
on the Anatomy Act 1958; by WJ Condo on Service after Death 1975 pub photos of graveside ceremony and monument
(2) incl lists of Anatomy staff 1884-1919;
copy of RB Mitchell's Manitoba Anatomists, Moore's "The anatomy depart" MMR Feb 1967 material on KL Moore and the sex of newborns, Persaud's Early Man anatomists Man Med 62: 160165 1992;
Persaud's "brief history of anatomy at UM" Anat Anz 1983: 153 3-31 with bios & photos;
procedures and notes from JA Paterson re Histology Prep Lab (198)
Med I Practical Exams (1982)
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Department of Human Anatomy and Cell Science.
Arranged chronologically by year.
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File items in this series are being access examined as of 2011.
The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (Manitoba) ("FIPPA")
The Personal Health Information Act (Manitoba) ("PHIA")
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Further accruals to this series are expected.
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ISAD(G): General International Standard Archival Description, International Council on Archives (2nd edition, 2000).
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Created by Jordan Bass, August 2010.