JMed Anatomy is a dynamic online course which provides a low-cost and comprehensive exploration of the human body and all of its parts. This course is taught with audiovisual powerpoint recordings, virtual dissections, and clinical lectures. The course is a perfect compliment to review books and classical textbooks which are currently taught in North American medical schools.
This course is organized into six major sections, each with multiple lectures and quizzes included. Students can begin and end the sections in any order, as well as repeat sections, making this ideal for learners of any level. Once students complete all the course materials, they are awarded a certificate of completion! Please note that at this time, JMed Anatomy cannot be used as credit for degree granting university lectures. The six major sections of the course include:
A comprehensive anatomy course like this has hardly ever been taught online. I'm excited to be one of the first instructors, and I hope you'll join me in exploring the wonders of anatomy.
After this lecture, you should understand the skeletal anatomy of the upper limbs
After this lecture, you should understand the musculature of the upper limbs
This lecture discusses the thoracic cavity and organs contained within it, including the heart and lungs
Dissection provided by 3D4Medical's Essential Anatomy 5 software
This lecture explores the abdominal wall, the organs of digestion, excretion, the kidneys, spleen, pancreas, liver, and gallbladder
This lecture goes over the skeletal anatomy of the lower limbs and feet
This lecture goes over the musculature of the lower limbs and feet
This lecture discusses the brain, deep brain, cranial nerves and spinal cord
Pinak graduated from the University of Wisconsin - Madison in 2012 with a Bachelors of Science in Molecular Biology, and a minor in Global Health. In 2014, he completed a Masters of Science in Medical Sciences from the University of South Florida, Morsani College of Medicine. While earning his Masters, he also earned a minor in College Teaching from USF's Academy for Teaching and Learning Excellence. Pinak is now a medical (MD) student at SGU School of Medicine.
Pinak has over 4 years of research experience in Prostate Cancer, Bone Engineering, and Public Policy. In his free time, Pinak enjoys trail and distance running.