Anatomy education at Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine is greatly enhanced by a newly-renovated 2,225 sq. ft. gross anatomy lab, that features dissection tables, digital anatomy workstations, scrubs stations, and sizable storage space for instructional models and anatomical specimens. The incorporation of digital anatomy, which can encompass everything from sectional and radiological images through the microscopic anatomy of embryology and histology, makes the lab a versatile addition to the educational resources available to students. The infrastructure, plus the vista of the Mesilla Valley through the lab windows, makes the gross anatomy lab an inviting space for discovery and in which to learn human structure and function.
Jon Jackson, PhD
Associate Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology & Director of the Gross Anatomy Laboratories
BA, Luther College
MS, University of North Dakota
PhD, University of North Dakota
BS, New Mexico State University