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We connect every component of anatomy and related fields, including:
  • Anatomists
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  • Physical anthropologists
  • Veterinarians
  • And many others working in the anatomical sciences
“How do we – as scientists and educators – promote diversity in the field? It begins with becoming the catalyst for that change. In order to further drive diversity for future professors in sciences, we need to inspire students by giving them role model teachers of diverse backgrounds to show them that their dreams are possible.”
Diana Rigueur, Ph.D.
Faculty, UCLA



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