GU – Sioux Falls Massage Therapy and Medical Assistant Students Visit Cadaver Lab

A group of 15 Globe University – Sioux Falls Massage Therapy and Medical Assistant students recently attended the USD Anatomy Lab in Vermilion, South Dakota. At the Anatomy Lab, students viewed and interacted with cadavers to learn more about their fields of study and how the human body works.

“We take our human anatomy students to the cadaver lab, at least, every other quarter. Stuart Ingalls is the anatomy professor in charge of the cadaver lab and tours.  He focused on showing us the muscles and bones in the back,” Medical Assistant Program Chair Amy Zobel said.  “He also had two of his students there to show us different aspects of the cadavers.  Students were interactive and able to touch and move the cadavers.  They held a human brain and saw the differences between a healthy brain and a one with a degenerative disease.  It was a good example of how brains can differ and affect health.  Students were also able to see how the body’s muscles move.”

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