Track in Anatomical Imaging and Modeling


The latest advancements in medical imaging technology have accelerated the acquisition of high-resolution, 3D anatomical data. Tools such as 3D printers, surface scanners, and virtual/augmented reality headsets have propelled the creation and use of 3D graphics in the research and education of the anatomical sciences. These developments have created a demand for individuals with strong spatial skills, proficient in both human anatomy and in 3D technology. The Anatomical Imaging and Modeling (AIM) track aims to weave traditional teachings in anatomical sciences with cutting-edge, 3D technology through AIM specific coursework, mentorship, project-based learning, and teaching opportunities.

Animation by 2nd Year Student, Kate Gustilo

Anatomical Imaging and Modeling (AIM) Track Course Requirements

Rawan Jarrar Using Virtual Realty
Jessica Bryant Cranial Nerve Model

Master of Science in Modern Human Anatomy

CU Anschutz

Fitzsimons Building

13001 East 17th Place


Aurora, CO 80045

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