2500 State St #408,
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
A unique facility specializing in the utilization of human cadavers as instruments for advanced anatomical education, training and testing.
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This course is designed for students and professionals where knowledge of facial anatomy is paramount to their profession. This course will give students one of the most unique learning opportunities in anatomical education through the actual participation in dissection.
Students will learn basic dissection techniques and will dissect cadaver specimens in order to gain an in-depth understanding of the topographical relationships of relevant anatomical structures of the face.
Jonathan found his love for teaching 12 years ago during his pre-medical coursework while taking an anatomy course. He immediately fell in love with teaching and learning about the human body. Over the years Jonathan has taught Anatomy and Physiology, Kinesiology, and Pathology at many different schools and workshops, including his cadaver lab the Institute of Human Anatomy.
Jennifer is a highly experienced nurse injector specializing in facial aesthetic injection techniques. Her extensive medical training and well-honed injection skills provide her patients with an exceptional experience through their facial rejuvenation journey.
In this course you will dissect and identify structures of the face: skin, muscles of facial expression, relevant neurovasculature while accomplishing the following:
The course is designed to provide a unique opportunity for individuals that use the knowledge of human facial anatomy as part of their profession, and although this course was designed with the medical aesthetics professional in mind, other professionals and students where facial anatomy is important to their profession are welcome to enroll in this course.
Previous dissection experience is not a requirement for this course. Most anyone can learn how to dissect with proper guidance; however, dissection must be done with care and respect for the donated bodies, so students must dissect with the purpose of furthering their understanding of the human body.