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Anatomy & Physiology: Research

Anatomy & Physiology


Complete Human Anatomy Modules

AccessMedicine includes a Multimedia section containingHuman Anatomy Tours

Human Anatomy Modules



web resources

The sites below offer quizzes, diagrams, and more. Click each logo to be taken to the site.

Get Body Smart has interactive guides and quizzes

Web Anatomy from the University of Minnesota lets you quiz yourself

Innerbody lets you explore the muscular, skeletal, nervous systems, and more

Anatomy Drill & Practice from Wiley allows you to quiz yourself with beginner and advanced levels

Lumen Learn Em allows you to quiz yourself with diagrams

University of Michigan Medical School provides practice questions and other resources for studying anatomy

Virtual Autopsy includes autopsy case studies and anatomy tutorials

"eSkeletons provides an interactive environment in which to examine and learn about skeletal anatomy through our osteology database"

With ZygoteBody you can view a virtual body, including organs and muscles

selected dvds

Click the DVD to be taken to its record in the catalog


Interested in sports medicine DVDs? Click this link to see our collection from the Cincinnati Sportsmedicine Research and Education Foundation

You can see videos of actual lab experiments in JoVE Neuroscience and JoVE Medicine.

selected books

Click the book to be taken to its record in the catalog.


images & videos

The sites below offer anatomical images or videos; click the logo to be taken to the site.

"The initial aim of the Visible Human Project is to create a digital image dataset of complete human male and female cadavers in MRI, CT, and anatomical modes."

The Human Brain Atlas from Michigan State University provides MRI images of living human brains.


MedlinePlus videos show anatomy, as well as how diseases affect the body

University of Michigan's Hypermuscle: Muscles in Action has videos of muscle movement including flexion, extension, and more.