The Body donor Program at the Department of Human Anatomy is now active. The fourth body was donated on 30th June 2015. The Program accepts donations of human bodies for use by various individuals and institutions in connection with education and research. In doing so, the Program’s goals are:
Dr. James Kigera, a lecturer at the department presented his PhD proposal at the departmental level. In his study, he will explore the effects of analgesics on healing of bone fractures. Present during the presentation were members of faculty and students.
Dr. Paul Odula recieving a certificate of participation from the faculty
Dr. Kirsteen Awori (Left), attending the Nairobi Foot and Ankle Symposium at Kenyatta National Hospital on 21st May 2015.
The Department of Human Anatomy, College of Health Sciences University of Nairobi is in the process of broadening high level training opportunities in the field of basics sciences, in particular Human anatomy. Towards achieving this objective, the Department presented three new training curricula and one revised curricula in Human Anatomy.
Members of the preclinical departments during the dinner
Dr. Hemedi (in a Chic} weds in a Malindi Wedding
Mr. Acleus Murunga gives a speech before commencement of the dinner