Anatomy forms the basis for the practice of medicine. It leads the physician towards an understanding of a patient's disease whether by physical examination or using imaging techniques. It is also important in health programs in aspects of patient management that begin with an analysis of clinical signs.Knowledge and skills in the field of macroscopic and microscopic Anatomy will enable medical graduates to practice medicine successfully and scientists to pursue a career in the discipline of Anatomy
To offer educational opportunities and convey emerging scientific knowledge to the students that contributes to improve personal development and professional fulfillment. • To maintain the highest standards of ethical and professional conduct. • To provide the students with a thorough introduction of the characteristics, structure, development, function and clinical significance of the human body. • To recognize anatomical structures, appreciate their developmental processes and apply their knowledge of anatomy to the cases that they will encounter during their clinical training and future careers as medical practitioners
Participation in Undergraduate Training Programmes:
The subject of Anatomy is one of the basic subjects of medical sciences which is taught in the first second and third year of MBBS program. The courses within the domain of Anatomy include General Anatomy, Histology or Microscopic Anatomy, Embryology or Developmental Anatomy, Regional or Gross Anatomy and Neuroanatomy. The department offers a modern integrated teaching system for students. The teaching hours are in accordance with the recommendations of collage Council. Our teaching methodology includes large group interactive sessions, dissection/ demonstrations and practical’s.
Participations in the other faculties programmes.
Participation in Postgraduate Training Programmes
The Anatomy Department of OIU-FMHS is comprised of:
A. DISSECTION HALL
A spacious and well lit dissection hall was established in 2nd of February 1992 to accommodate 100 students at a time with the coat 12 million pounds, 300m2 in space, having a mortuary with a capacity of 12 bodies, cadaveric specimens and multimedia to facilitate the students during demonstrations. The DR also contains body preservation and embalming areas.
B. ANATOMY MUSEUM
It is well equipped with models of Gross anatomy, Embryology, and Neuroanatomy. Articulated and disarticulated skeletons with a bone bank is also available and carefully selected x-ray, CT and MRI films which are available for student learning activities. About 130 m2 space adequate for 50 students.
C. HISTOLOGY LABORATORY
The department is equipped with a furnished, spacious and well ventilated histology laboratory with 15 microscopes for demonstration of histological slides to the students.
Staff members :
Permanent Academic Staff
|Omer Ahmed Alawad||Assistant Professor||Vice Dean|
|Dalya Ibrahim Ahmed||Assistant Professor||Head Department|
|Osama Jalal Salam||Lecturer||DR Manager|
|Algazali Abdulrahm Former||Assistant Professor||Head Department|
|Khalid Altib Hassan||Lecturer|
|Ammar Mohamed Ali||Assistant Professor||Grouth & Development course coordinator|
|Mohamed Abdulsalam||Assistant Professor||Coordinator of MSc Program|
|Khalid Mohamed Taha||Assistant Professor||Neuroscience's Course Coordinator|
|Abdulrahman Kamaleldin||Lecturer||Locomotor 's Course Coordinator|
Part-timer Academic Staff
|Mohamed Zain Mohamed||Assistant Professor|
|Omsalam Ismaiel||Teaching Assistant|
|Ibrahim Omer||Teaching Assistant|
|. Mamoon Taofeeg||Teaching Assistant|
|Ibrahim Al tahir||Teaching Assistant|
|Hassan Al shami||Teaching Assistant|
|Mohamed Motasim||Teaching Assistant|
|Islam Hamza||Teaching Assistant|
Permanent Non Academic Staff
|Noon Ibrahim||Museum Lieutenant|
|Hanan Issa||Museum Lieutenant|
|Farha Ibrahim||Museum Lieutenant|
|Tahani Saleem||Museum Lieutenant|
|Moneera Alamin||Museum Lieutenant|