Anatomage Webinars

We are excited to introduce the Anatomage Webinars for 2024 beginning with a 4-part series offering valuable insights into the field of medicine by an esteemed guest, Dr. Hooman Mir, who is both a Podiatric Physician and an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley.

Webinar Series: Transforming Clinical Practice with Anatomage Table with Dr. Hooman Mir

First session: Heart Medicine Revisited by Anatomage

March 15, 2024 at 10:00 am (PT)

Dr. Hooman Mir will provide a detailed exploration of both the external and internal features of the heart, utilizing Anatomage’s real human bodies and our extensive prosection scan library.

Second session: Understanding Ankle Joint Management & Treatment Through 3D Visualization

March 19, 2024 10:00 am (PT)

Dr. Hooman Mir will perform a live demonstration focusing on ankle joint anatomy, including the medial and lateral ankle ligaments, utilizing the learning tools of the Anatomage Table. The presentation will also demonstrate the synovial ankle joint space and ankle arthroplasty using the Anatomage platform’s virtual scalpel.

Third session: Managing Patient Cases with Anatomage Table

April 4, 2024 10:00 am (PT)

Dr. Hooman Mir will delve into the Anatomage Table’s case library and demonstrate how medical professionals can seamlessly integrate their real patient cases into the Table for comprehensive 3D analysis and review.

Fourth session: Live Demonstration of Knee Joint Management & Treatment with Anatomage Table

April 25, 2024 10:00 am (PT)

Dr. Hooman Mir will conduct a comprehensive exploration of Anatomage’s knee anatomy. This will include a live demonstration of knee joint anatomy, as well as a detailed look at the medial and lateral collateral knee ligaments using the learning tools on the Anatomage Table.

Past Webinars

Raising the FLEX in Medical Imaging Education with Anatomage

Dr. Laura P. Vasquez
December 12, 2023

To address the severe supply and demand mismatch of medical imaging professionals, UT Health San Antonio offers a unique medical imaging program which builds upon a bachelor’s degree to prepare entry-to-the-profession imaging sciences master-level graduates with multimodality registry-eligibilities in three medical imaging modalities: Radiography, Computed Tomography (CT) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).

The incorporation of Anatomage into the Anatomy FLEX Lab of the School of Health Professions serves as catalysts for diagnostic medical imaging reasoning and reinforcement as it relates to anatomical structures. There is a paradigm shift in medical imaging education to provide robust academic curriculum and an engaging environment while studying medical images rather than observing in the clinical field as “spectators.” The incorporation of high-affinity technology, such as Anatomage, increases the impact of medical imaging education, and supports the mastery of the standards of proficiency, making those of us in medical imaging better educators.

Assessments with Anatomage: Using the Anatomage Table for formative and summative assessments in the high school classroom

Becky Salonen
December 7, 2023

In this webinar, you will learn how to integrate the Anatomage Table into a high school Human Anatomy & Physiology course and see examples of how the table can be used to enhance student engagement through formative and summative assessments.

Science Table Lessons: How to flip your biology, chemistry, or physics course

Carlos Rojo
December 5, 2023

The flipped classroom model stands as an excellent strategy to amplify student engagement and hands-on experience during learning sessions. In this webinar, Anatomage’s Content Manager, Carlos Rojo, will guide us through the practical functionalities of Science Table Lessons – a digital alternative to traditional science textbooks. He will offer insights into how to transform your science class by integrating on-demand biology, chemistry, and physics video lessons.

Science Table by Anatomage: Introducing interactive virtual science experiments to your classroom

David Skoff
November 30, 2023

Join David Skoff, Anatomage’s Director of Science Table, to reimagine science labs. Get ready to discover the Science Table by Anatomage, where we bring to life an extensive library of over 60 virtual experiments in biology, chemistry, and physics, offering an immersive and interactive cinematic educational experience.

Anatomage Table 10: Ways to enhance medical learning with digital anatomy

Dr. Kevin Ardon
November 14, 2023

Discover exciting ways to elevate your Anatomage Table experience with its latest software, Table 10. In this webinar, Dr. Kevin Ardon will walk us through an overview of the software, its key features, and how its applications can be well integrated into a medical classroom.

Anatomage Tournaments: Turning anatomy study into an exciting competition

Jake Lehman
November 20, 2023

Anatomage Tournaments reinvent a new kind of academic competition that makes students excited about medical learning. Since its launch in 2019, the Anatomy Tournaments have been attracting enormous attention from teachers, parents, and students, leading to its national expansion in more than 35 states in the United States.

In this webinar, Jake will walk through how to participate in the Anatomage Tournament and he will share methods for how to prepare your students for the Tournament. The Tournament is an excellent way for your school to establish itself as a STEM leader within your district.

Using the Anatomage Table in Physician Assistant Education for Surgical Anatomy

Dr. Matthew Kesic
October 4, 2023

Dr. Matthew Kesic will present how the Anatomage Table plays a crucial role in helping anatomy students who may struggle to meet required benchmarks in the Physician Assistant programs. He will share his experience in using this innovative tool for remediation purposes, ensuring students receive the support they need to excel in surgical anatomy.

Explore the Practical Side of the Anatomage Table’s Clinical Cases

Dr. Kevin Ardon
September 5, 2023

Kevin Ardon will provide a practical demonstration of Anatomage’s clinical anatomy content. Specifically, he will showcase a variety of real-patient cases sourced from the Anatomage Table’s extensive clinical library.

By attending this session, you will gain valuable knowledge on how to leverage these cases effectively for learning and practical applications in a clinical setting.

Anatomage eBook: A Transformative Classroom Experience

Cassi Crowell
August 29, 2023

Join us for an insightful session featuring Cassi Crowell, a PLTW Biomedical Science and Chemistry Instructor from the Caddo Kiowa Technology Center.

Whether you’re an experienced educator or just starting your teaching journey, this event promises to equip you with innovative approaches to enhance student learning through the use of Anatomage’s web-based learning solution for application-based lessons.

Integration of Anatomage Table Into the Medical Education Curriculum

Dr. Adejoke Memudu
May 25, 2023

Explore different strategies for integrating the Anatomage Table into medical curriculum with Dr. Adejoke E. Memudu. Through this webinar, attendees will be informed with insights into a variety of tactics for leveraging the Table’s capabilities in medical classrooms.

For background, Dr. Adejoke Memudu holds academic degrees in Anatomy and specializes in teaching anatomy to medical and allied medical students. She has authored peer-reviewed articles, given presentations, and is a member of scientific organizations including SONA, ASN, and SECAN. Her research interests include neuroscience and innovative methods of teaching anatomy.

Virtual Patient Grand Rounds in Podiatry Medicine & Surgery with Application of Anatomage

Dr. Hooman Mir
May 24, 2023

In this webinar, we invite Dr. Hooman Mir from The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley to present how the Anatomage Table can be used as a tool to transform traditional Grand Rounds into a virtual and accessible training session for Physician Residents.

Correction: During the webinar, one of our cadavers Carl was mentioned as a professor at Stanford. This statement is verified to be inaccurate.

Using Anatomage Table for Teaching, Research, and Outreach

Dr. Chaya Gopalan
April 25, 2023

The 2023 webinar series kicked off with a presentation on the applications of the Anatomage Table in teaching, research, and outreach. The webinar was hosted by Dr. Chaya Gopalan, a professor from the Departments of Applied Health, Primary Care, and Health Systems at Southern Illinois University.

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