Anatomical Society PhD Research Studentships

 
 Best image Prize Winner October 2014 James Turbett - more details

 

The Anatomical Society offers from 2 to 4 well-funded, high quality, PhD Prize Research Studentships to be held in departments undertaking research in anatomical sciences in the United Kingdom and Ireland.  Funding is provided for three years to cover the stipend of the student, tuition fees, generous contribution toward project running costs, and a travel allowance for attendance at Anatomical Society meetings and to one international meeting.  Applications are currently being invited from prospective supervisors for Studentships to commence in October 2016.  For further information click here

What's New

MBE for Emeritus Professor Susan Standring - 22 June 2015
In the Birthday Honours List, published on 12th June, Professor Susan Standring, (President of the Anatomical Society 2008-2010), was made a Member of the Order of the British Empire in recognition of her services to Anatomical Education. Current President of the Anatomical Society Professor Clive Lee commented "This is richly deserved and, on behalf of all in the Anatomical Society,  I congratulate Susan on her MBE."
 
Human evolution: brain, birthweight and the immune system - 26 June 2015

Royal Society Publishing has recently published a special issue of Philosophical Transactions B entitled Human evolution: brain, birthweight and the immune system, organized and edited by Graham J Burton, Ashley Moffett and Barry Keverne. This content can be accessed here and the  introduction (freely available) and articles here


 
Grant of Arms - 07 April 2015
On the 5th February 2015 at 3.30pm at the Royal Astronomical Society, Mr William Hunt, Windsor Herald, presented Professor Clive Lee, President of the Anatomical Society, with Letters Patent. more details