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This page collects representative news stories featuring the Association, members, and anatomical research.

Selected Articles

2020 Title Source
Sep 9 Gross Anatomy During the Pandemic: Prioritizing Cadaveric Dissection (Report) AAA
Aug 6 2021 meeting goes virtual AAA/Experimental Biology
Jun 1 2,400-Member American Association for Anatomy Decries Racism AAA
Apr 27 3D tissue models provide unprecedented insight into human brain function and disease Experimental Biology
Apr 27 Is it safe to vape while breastfeeding? Experimental Biology
Apr 27 Reducing early brain inflammation could slow Alzheimer's progression Experimental Biology
Apr 27 Researchers weave human tissue into new blood vessels Experimental Biology
2019 Title Source
Dec 18 Three American Association for Anatomy Members Named AAAS Fellows
Oct 21 Behold, the strangest six-fingered primates on the planet (also the only ones) The Washington Post
Sep 19 Did a common childhood illness take down the Neanderthals? Science Daily
Sep 4 New discovery shows how T. rex kept its brain cool National Geographic
Aug 9 American Association of Anatomists Gets Refresh as American Association for Anatomy AAA
Jun 21 Puppy Eyes: Dogs’ Secret People Manipulation Weapon Science Friday
Jun 19 Award Honors Dr. W.M. Cobb, Recognizes Promising Anatomy Researchers AAA
Jun 10 Fossils of oddball crocodile relative found in Texas Suburb National Geographic
Jun Is there a shortage of anatomists? Anatomy Education Podcast
Apr 24 Lab-grown patch of heart muscle and other cells could fix ailing hearts Science Magazine
Apr 9 Virtual reality reduced Parkinson’s symptoms for 10 people Daily Mail
Apr 9 Oregon woman lived to 99 with most organs on wrong side of body NBC News
Apr 9 Study suggests ‘rest is best for carpal tunnel and similar injuries Science Daily
Apr 8 Gum Disease Shows Possible Link to Alzheimer’s U.S. News
Mar 27 Meet Scotty, the Largest and Longest-Lived T. Rex Ever Found Smithsonian Magazine
Feb 11 AAA Members Vote to Change Name AAA

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