Monday Dec 09, 2013
The International Human Cadaver Prosection Program (IHCPP) at Indiana University School of Medicine – Northwest (IUSM-NW) is now accepting applications for the 2014 session, scheduled for July 29 – 31.
The hands-on medical education program, the only one of its kind in the country, affords students and working professionals the opportunity to learn about anatomy and radiology by working in the medical school’s gross anatomy laboratory.
The volunteers will work alongside medical students and faculty, practicing physicians and other professionals to prepare the body donors for the fall 2014 gross anatomy class. The physical process of prosection includes the removal of donors’ skin and body fat to expose organs, muscles and other anatomical structures.
Participants who are accepted into the IHCPP program will be asked to attend four preparatory classes in June. In July, volunteers will also have the opportunity to assist with the medical imaging of the medical donors.
Applicants for the IHCPP need not be medical professional or pre-medical students to participate.
Application materials must be received no later than March 30, 2014, to be considered. Participants will be informed on April 30, 2014.
For more information on the International Human Cadaver Prosection Program, please contact Ernest Talarico, Ph.D., at firstname.lastname@example.org or (219) 981-4356.
About Indiana University Northwest
As one of seven Indiana University campuses, IU Northwest leads the region as the premier, urban campus dedicated to serving the needs of more than 6,000 students from the state’s most diverse and industrialized region. Committed to helping its local Northwest Indiana communities thrive, IU Northwest is best-known for providing a personal, quality and affordable education close to home. IU Northwest positions its students to be leaders with more than 70 undergraduate, graduate and pre-professional degree options available from the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Health and Human Services, the School of Business and Economics, and the School of Education. The campus is also host to IU School of Medicine-Northwest, which actively involves students in research and local healthcare needs through its four-year medical doctorate program. For more information, please visit www.iun.edu.