Integrative Anatomy University of Missouri


Considerable resources exist within the Department of Pathology and Anatomical Sciences and across campus. IA graduate students have the opportunity to master a broad diversity of research methods and analytical procedures:
  • 2D and 3D image analysis systems
  • Clinical CT and MR imaging
  • Micro-SPECT/CT, MR and PET imaging
  • Research-dedicated structural and functional neural imaging center
  • MU Comparative Orthopaedic Laboratory
  • Macro- and nano-mechanical testing
  • Bone-strain and EMG recording
  • Museum of Anthropology
  • Skeletal ID and forensic laboratories
  • Fossil primate cast collections
  • Comparative mammal anatomical specimens
  • Dissection facilities
  • Histology and immunohistochemistry
  • Cell and tissue culture
  • Quantitative digital imaging microscope
  • Scanning electron microscope
  • Atomic force microscope
  • Confocal microscope
  • Nuclear reactor for radiolabelling
  • Animal research facilities
  • Machine shop