Original 1666 edition of William Harvey’s book Exercitationes de Generatione Animalium (first edition published in 1651). In this book Harvey set the stage for modern embryology including conception, embryogenesis, and spontaneous generation. I recently purchased this in a book store near the University of Padua, where Harvey attended medical school. ... See MoreSee Less
“Anatomia Italiana: where anatomy and art intersect How taking a trip to Italy to experience the Renaissance's intersecting worlds of art and anatomy can reinvigorate your anatomy research and teach...
The History of Medicine Museum, Paris Descartes University, containing some of Europe’s oldest surgical and anatomical specimens, including the tools used for the autopsy of Napoleon! @ Paris, France ... See MoreSee Less
Honored to co-teach a cadaver based anatomy workshop with these fine anatomists at the Annual Conference of the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society at Ohio State University! Christine Eckel (front), Tony Weinhaus, Kevin Petti (me!), Jon Jackson, and Bill Perrotti (left to right in back). ... See MoreSee Less
Presented a poster Connecting Art and Anatomy in Leonardo da Vinci’s brain drawings with my dear friend and colleague Ron Philo at the American Association of Anatomists meeting yesterday! ... See MoreSee Less