This year's theme is Visualization in Anatomy. Join us in Toronto for 3 full days of sessions and workshops featuring over 100 speakers, exhibitors, and 480 poster presentations.

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Apply today to host an AAA regional meeting at your institution! Proposals are now being accepted for future meetings in 2024, 2025 (and beyond). 

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The Nominating Committee announces the two new members of the Board of Directors for the AAA. They'll begin their new terms following the Anatomy Connected meeting in March.

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Anatomy is everywhere, and so are anatomical scientists:

  • Cell Biologists study the structure, function and behavior of cells
  • Neuroscientists use a wide range of techniques to study the nervous system and its functions
  • Computational Biologists use mathematical modeling to understand the properties of the body
  • Developmental Biologists investigate the processes that guide the formation of biological structures
  • Evolutionary Biologists study the forces that lead to the diversification of life
  • Biological Anthropologists study the behavior and physiology of humans and our ancestors
  • Paleontologists use cutting-edge technology to discover the ancient world.
“The annual meeting is a great opportunity to stay engaged with new research and methods in one’s subdiscipline, be it basic science research and/or education research.”
Habiba Chirchir, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Marshall University

 

  



Our global membership is comprised of scientists and educators who research and study everything from humans to fossils to fish. We are that “one place” you can turn to, time and time again, to grow your career, keep informed, build relationships, and challenge your perceptions.


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Our scientific journals – Anatomical Sciences Education, Developmental Dynamics, and The Anatomical Record – serve as the hub of anatomy research. All three are published and hosted online by Wiley.

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