Anatomy Themed Pictionary

Our second freshers’ event of the year offers members to meet the new committee and play a game of anatomy-themed Pictionary!

About this Event

After a brief introduction from our committee members, we will dive right into the online Pictionary with smaller breakout rooms. Although this is anatomy-themed, don’t despair if you haven’t studied anatomy before – all the prompts consist of easy-to-understand terms any Pictionary enthusiast can enjoy.

We recommend having a solid WiFi connection before joining and advise that it might be easier played on a laptop or an iPad (if available!) rather than a phone. The whole event will happen over Zoom Whiteboard, so make sure to sign up with your university email address (if possible!).

Please note that this event will require free remote membership to access and we will be checking prior to the event!

Topic: Anatomy-themed Pictionary with the Committee!
Time: Oct 12, 2020 05:45 PM London

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Meeting ID: 969 7214 9567

Digital Welcome Fair

Come along to our digital welcome fair on the 30th Sept 12 – 4PM and on Saturday the 3rd of October from 10am – 2 pm. We are filled to the brim with information about our society, the events we are having and ways to get involved. We can also answer any questions you have about the society. We hope to see you there.

Also we are having a £15 prize draw for the first 100 members to sign up for the £4.50 membership – worth mentioning! Please click on the url below:

Anatomy Society Yoga Session

We at anatomy society are holding an anatomy themed yoga session with a yoga expert from Russia. It’ll only be an hour and will be a great opportunity to relax, meet new people and have a fun time. We will also be discussing mental health, physical body health and yoga techniques to help adapt our bodies, especially surrounding the anatomy of yoga. It will be interactive so everyone can ask questions at any time. Anyway all you need is a mat and a floor so please come along on the 2nd of October and we all hope to see you there!
Meeting ID: 485 640 4038

Anatomy Society AGM 2020

***AGM*** It’s that time of the year again!

Looking to build valuable leadership, organisation, teamwork and teaching skills?

Wanting to add something impressive to your CV and show how well-rounded you are?

This is your chance to do so as UCL Anatomy Society holds its Annual General Meeting!

Come along and run for a position on the committee to be a part of the future of the society and ensure that it continues the good work for its members.

No prior experience of being in the society is needed and students from any subject area are welcome to apply, and as long as you have bought society membership you can attend and run for any position.



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Date: Friday, 28 February 2020
Time: 17:30-19:30
Location: Drayton House Jevons LT

Anatomy and Art for Lonely Hearts


Got those Valentine’s Day blues?

Well fear not- UCL Anatomy Society is delighted to host the Anatomy and Art for Lonely Hearts event for a second year running. The event will consist of a life drawing session of anatomical models and anatomical specimens of the heart. It is guaranteed to be a fun evening so give yourself a well-deserved break from work and come along for a couple of hours of drawing and socialising!
All degrees welcome!

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Date: Thursday, 13 February 2020
Time: 18:00-20:00
Location: Grant Museum of Zoology, University College London, 21 University Street, WC1E 6DE L

Anatomy Cup 2020

This years anatomy cup 2020 held in collaboration with UCL, Barts, KCL and ICSM. Hosted at SGUL, teams representing each London Medical School will compete in Rounds 2 and 3. With the last team standing lifting the cup as winner of the Anatomy Cup competition 2020!

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Date: Wednesday, 12 February 2020
Time: 13:00-17:00
Location: St George’s Surgical Society, University of London, SW17 0RE London,

BRCA and Art: A Transformative Journey

Anatomy Society are please to present a talk from Jill Mueller, on her art, her BRCA patient experience, and the long-term collaborative project that explores the intersection of the two.

In 2012, artist Jill Mueller tested positive for a hereditary genetic mutation that is associated with a high risk for developing breast and ovarian cancers. When doctors recommended that she could significantly decrease that risk by removing her breasts and ovaries in preventive surgeries, Jill determined to embark on a creative journey alongside the medical one. She needed to reach beyond her traditional painting practice, so asked photographer Maja Daniels to join her in exploring the physical and less visible aspects of an emotionally charged process. Over the next several years, Jill engaged her medical experience as both patient and artist, through collaborative documentary and studio-based photography, personal artwork, creative writing, and research—transforming her art practice alongside her body.

Students from all courses welcome!

Date: Tuesday, 11 February 2020
Time: 17:30-18:30
Location: 1-19 Torrington Place, WC1E 7HB London

Anatomical Art Exhibition 2020: Mirrored Anatomies

A reminder that the annual Anatomical Art Exhibition takes place

  • This Sunday 02/02/20
  • 1200 – 1800
  • Jeremy Bentham Room, University College London Gower Street, WC1E 6BT London

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The Anatomy of Monsters with Professor Alan Bates

Come to our first talk of 2020!


Have you ever wondered about the anatomy of a monster? Come along on Thursday 30th January for an insight into the medical aspects of classic universal studios monsters, including Dracula, Frankenstein, the Mummy and Wolf-man!

We have Prof Alan Bates – a fantastic speaker. Dr Bates taught anatomy and pathology at Queen Mary College London before joining the Royal Free in 2003. His interests include paediatric gastroenterology, teaching and training, and medical museums.

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Anatomy Tutorials Make a Comeback!

Surgical society x Anatomy society are pleased to announce their preclinical anatomy tutorials are back again!


With small group teaching from older years these tutorials cover high-yield information, example SBAs and give you an opportunity to ask any questions you have around one of the biggest topics in 2nd year.

Thursday 23 January: Head and Neck

Click the link below to sign up for any/all of the upcoming tutorials.

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