Borderline Neuroscience Exhibition (Knowledge Centre)
A new optional course was introduced in the medical curriculum on the diverse aspects of anatomy. The topics include interesting anatomy-related topics with many different fields of anatomy/neuroanatomy. Although this knowledge is not necessarily required for the medical curriculum, it might help the student to learn anatomy with more interest and enthusiasm. The course gives an insight into topics like:
Anatomy of massage, yoga, sports, dinosaurs, art, body modifications, strange traditions, skull collections, body conservation, veterinary anatomy, anatomy on the battlefield, police or combat anatomy or historical aspects of body conservation and studying the brain and other body parts etc. Students are offered to collect and anatomy-related topic themselves and submit a presentation. This exhibition shows selected student works further popularizing anatomy for the public and increase awareness of the human body, neuroscience and biology. However, this collection offers interesting insights also for scientists.