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Navigating the human body with digital technology

Founding Dean and CEO Mark Schuster and Biomedical Science Chair Jose Barral on how virtual cadavers change the way students learn.

November 25, 2019

Rather than teaching anatomy through slicing into medical cadavers, the Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine will have large touchscreens displaying body parts in 3D, ready for digital dissections. Students will also learn to navigate the human body through virtual reality headsets and mannequin bodies. With the flick of a sonogram wand, students can pull back muscle and tissue, or inspect cross sections of organs.

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