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How can the Anatomy and Cell Biology degree programs help you forge a path to your career goals?Career paths

Study the exciting fields of human anatomy, cell biology, neurobiology, skeletal biology, embryonic development, histology, and anatomical imaging (click here to see our image gallery) in order to advance medical science with clinical relevance to osteoarthritis, Alzheimer's disease, peripheral nerve damage and repair, multiple sclerosis, aging, cancer, and pain.

Where do I start? I am a Current Student
Careers - What can I do with a degree in Anatomy and Cell Biology? Academic Advising-Where to I get advice and ask about permissions?
Degrees offered-What are my degree choices? Program requirements-What do I need to take to finish my degree?
Advantage of the BMSC Core-I'm not sure where to start. I don't want to decide right now. Courses offered-What courses can I take, when do they run, who teaches them?
ACB Club-Join up, socialize, get to know your faculty and fellow students

For further information, please contact:

Dr. William Kulyk, Professor
Chair of Undergraduate B.Sc. Programs
Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology
College of Medicine
107 Wiggins Rd.
Saskatoon, SK
S7N 5E5
Phone:306-966-4075
Email:william.kulyk@usask.ca