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Division Anatomy and Developmental Biology

Teaching

While the overall medical knowledge is on exponential increase, medical curricula have transformed into integrated, competence-oriented curricula. In particular in medicine, beyond traditional post-secondary academic education, sound comprehensive concepts for pregradute teaching, postgraduate training, and life-long-learning become imperative in order to meet the ever changing demands.

In the Health Sciences bachelor programme, the Division of Anatomy and Developmental Biology is responsible for the first-year module B02-Somatology and the third-year morphology-track of modules BM1-BM6. All modules integrate basic and clinical morphological sciences, i.e. anatomy, histology, embryology, diagnostic imaging, and pathology. In the third year, accompanying dissection classes form a continous teaching LINE perfectly completing the theoretical classes of BM1-BM6.

To students, who are not proficient in Latin, blended-learning classes in Medical Terminology are offered by the Division of Anatomy.

Scientific education is accomplished by offering and supervising bachelor-thesis and master-thesis projects.

In support of international student mobility and networking, the division is engaged in the bologna-process by coordinating the ERASMUS+ at the KL.

Medical Terminology

B02 Somatology

BM1-BM6, morphology-track

Dissection-Classes

Thesis-Projects

ERASMUS+

Events

  1. 15 Dec

    KL Lunchtime Seminar: Towards Natural Killer Cell-Based Immune Therapy in Leukemia

    15. December 2021, 12:00 - 13:00
    Karl Landsteiner University, 3500 Krems/Donau, Wing Y, KL Auditorium
  2. 19 Jan

    KL Lunchtime Seminar: Extramedullary hematopoiesis as part of the innate immune defence against infections

    19. January 2022, 12:00 - 13:00
    Karl Landsteiner University, 3500 Krems/Donau, Wing Y, KL Auditorium
  3. 26 Jan

    KL Lunchtime Seminar: Mechanisms of solute transport through cellular membranes

    26. January 2022, 12:00 - 13:00
    Karl Landsteiner University, 3500 Krems/Donau, Wing Y, KL Auditorium