As one of the products from the HEIF6 Project, our team has developed a wide collection of digital assets to represent human anatomy. The understanding of human anatomy is vital to the delivery of healthcare. For medical students, this necessary awareness of anatomy and 3D spatial orientation is traditionally learned through cadaveric dissection. This is expensive and has practical as well as ethical constraints to available teaching time. The digital models can be used as assets for interdisciplinary research between the fields of Arts, Science and Healthcare. We welcome ideas from the BU community for proposals of novel use cases, research, grant applications and availability as teaching tools or base models for complex animation techniques.
Learn more about the available assets and how to collaborate with the Neuravatar team by contacting Dr Xiaosong Yang (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Dr. Rupert Page (Rupert.Page@poole.nhs.uk).
👀 A glance at the 3D models available so far 👀