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Anatomy and Cell Biology is the study of the structure, function and development of organisms at the molecular, subcellular, cellular, tissue and organ levels. 

A Stepping Stone... The Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology offers challenging courses that better prepare students to succeed in their subsequent studies in professional school programs in various health sciences: Medicine, Dentistry, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speach Therapy, Chiropractic, Veterinary Medicine, Optometry, Graduate Studies and Research.  Professional students at the University of Saskatchewan, and elsewhere, attest to the value of their earlier training in our Department.

The Department is actively involved in teaching and research with diverse interests ranging from classical anatomical sciences to medical imaging anatomy, neurobiology, cellular, developmental, and molecular biology.

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Nerve Knowledge

Jan 20, 2015

A research team led by Valerie Verge at the University of Saskatchewan has discovered an important molecular worker in the repair shop of the body’s nervous system, a finding that brings them a step closer to new treatments for debilitating nerve injuries.

ACBC Annual Games Night

Jan 14, 2015

Join us for a night of food and fun along with your classmates, graduate students, and professors!...
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Teaching Fellowships in Anatomy

Jan 05, 2015

Medical graduates are invited to apply for appointment as Teaching Fellows in the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, University of Saskatchewan. Four Fellowships, starting July 1, 2015 and tenable for one year only, are intended for recent graduates whose career development would benefit from a...
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