At the Human anatomy department, located in building of Educational-Scientific Institute of Morphology there is one of the best Human anatomy museums in Ukraine.
The museum has been founded in 1959 by the chief of human anatomy department between 1958 -1971 years. First, it housed a small number of exhibits for training. But gradually their number increased, and over time this collection grew into a museum exhibit.
Chief of the Human antomy department
Ternopil Medical Institute (1958-1971),
Polyankin M.Ya. (1905-1986).
In 2009-2010, the anatomy department staff restored and updated the exhibits of the anatomical museum, all the preparations of the museum were organized in showcases according to the functional and anatomical principle and in accordance with the curricula and programs in human anatomy.
Students of Ternopil schools, students of other higher education institutions of Ternopil, entrants of medical university come here for excursions. In 2009-2010 at the department was restored and updated educational and scientific museum.
All exhibitions are grouped and according to human body systems:
- musculoskeletal system;
- digestive system;
- central nervous system;
- urinary system;
- cardiovascular system;
- respiratory system;
- the reproductive system;
Exhibition of the digestive system in the Museum at Human Anatomy Department .
Exhibition of the musculoskeletal system in the Museum at Human Anatomy Department.
Exhibition of the central nervous system in the Museum at Human Anatomy Department.
Exhibitions of the digestive (left side picture) and urinary (right side picture) systems in the Museum at Human Anatomy Department.
Exhibition of the mail and female genital systems in the Museum at Human Anatomy Department.
With use of modern technologies students can study anatomy on interactive sensory boards that are located in the Museum at Human Anatomy Department. On the left side photo, you can see Cadaver 3.0 application which give us a real picture of human body structures layer by layer in different projections.