Pathology Museum Visit

43698416_972053386299380_9159286984449982464_nThanks  to everyone who came on Tuesday night! It was an exciting and spooky talk by Dr Birch and we hope you all enjoyed it!

We’re looking forward to welcoming you all to our next event – a visit and a private tour of  the UCL Pathology Museum at the Royal Free, on Monday 15th October!Forensics

***We have some information to give which is important for all of those coming to the event to read:

1) TICKETS: As with our last event, all of our free tickets have been taken which is great news, however it is REALLY IMPORTANT that everyone with a ticket needs to come to the event, and if you know you cannot make it, to cancel your ticket on EventBrite so that others can attend instead.

2) LOCATION: The Pathology museum can be found on the 2nd floor of the Royal Free hospital. If anyone has any trouble finding it on the day, please message the society on Facebook or by email (

3) PHOTOS: We will be taking a group photo, most likely at the beginning, if anyone does not want to be a part of this, please let us know on the day.

A reminder of the EventBrite link:


Remember, if you like what you saw, or if you missed out and want to come to more events like this, be sure to get your Anatomy Soc membership now for only £4.50:


Forensics: The Anatomy of a Crime

anatomy-of-a-crimeInterested in finding out more about a career in forensics? Want to see how anatomy can be applied in the real world? Fancy yourself to be in the next CSI?! UCL Anatomy Society welcomes you to the first event of the year, and it promises to be a great one!

Dr Wendy Birch will be taking you on a journey through the most fascinating forensic cases she has encountered from her work. Her talk will give you a brilliant insight into what a career in forensics is like.

Dr Birch, a very familiar face around the university, manages the anatomy lab and was voted ‘Anatomy Technician of the Year’ at a recent awards ceremony. She has special academic interests in forensic osteology and archaeology along with her work as a forensics consultant.

This is a free-to-attend event helping to showcase what we do at the society, so be sure not to miss out!

If you are going to the event, please make sure you get your free ticket from the EventBrite link below, so we have an idea of numbers:

Date: Tuesday 9th October

Time: 6-7pm

Place: Bentham House, Lecture Theatre LG11

To come to more great events like this throughout the year, be sure to buy your anatomy society membership for the year here:


Find us at the Freshers’ Fairs!

***Attention Fresher!***Poster pdf 1-page-001

Passionate about anatomy??? Whether you are a keen medical student, or curious historian, whether it is human anatomy you are interested in or otherwise, Anatomy Society will have something for you!

From getting an anatomically correct makeover on Halloween, to putting your anatomy to the test with an intense yoga session, to our excellent tutorials, Anatomy Society is a vibrant and friendly community!

We would love to meet you! Come to the Freshers Fairs on Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th September for a chance to find out more about us.

Or if we’ve already convinced you, ***buy membership now***, for exclusive access to all our events!

You can also find us on Facebook!


Neuroanatomy revision course: demystifying brain anatomy


Is the thought of revising neuroanatomy making you feel brain fried? Struggling to get your head around neuroanatomy?

Join UCL Anatomy Society’s neuroanatomy revision tutorials, ran by our very own neuroanatomy pro Ahmad Ali (final year medic & soon-to-be doctor).

Come along to learn/revise neuroanatomy & pick up some tips/tricks to commit neuroanatomy to memory and pass exams with flying colours.

Dates & venues:
Part 1: 27th April, 5-7:45 pm @ Cruciform Building B404 – LT2
Part 2: 8th May, 5-6pm @ Chadwick Building B05 LT
Part 3: 9th May, 6-7pm @ Cruciform Building B404 – LT2

UCL Anatomy Society membership required!!

***Ideal for pre-clinical & clinical medical students and students doing anatomy/neuroanatomy modules***

See you there!! Check out the FB event page to receive updates and vote on the poll to choose the topics to be covered!!

Radiological Anatomy Tutorials


Has exam fever started hitting you? 😬📅

You will have one less thing to worry about with UCL Anatomy Society’s radiological anatomy tutorials, tailored to UCL syllabus, run by radiology registrars 💀

Guaranteed to help you smash the radiology OSCE station and SBA questions 😊💀📝 Learn to interpret and present like a pro‼️

Tutorial dates & venues:

  • CT Head – 26th April, 6:30-7:30 pm @ Anatomy G04 Gavin de Beer LT
  • Chest X-ray – 15th May, 6-7pm @ Chadwick Building B05 LT
  • Abdominal X-ray – 22nd May, 6-7pm @ Anatomy G29 J Z Young LT
  • Musculoskeletal X-ray – TBC
  • OSCE focussed revision session – TBC

**Ideal for pre-clinical medical students (CT Head), clinical medical students (all sessions), medical physicists and people with an interest in radiology**

UCL Anatomy Society membership required:

Check out our FB event page to register your interest and receive updates!!

Get ’em scalpels out!!

Get 'em scalpels out!

Need some downtime before exam season kicks in? Want to take your mind off exams and de-stress? Want a certificate to show your dissection prowess? 💉📜

Join UCL Anatomy Society for a fun-filled, gory dissection session, at the Royal Veterinary College (RVC). Come prepared to get stuck in and get your hands dirty while appreciating the intricacies of anatomy 😊

#notforthefainthearted #preexamchill

Register your interest on our FB event page!!

UCL Anatomy Society AGM

When: 15th March, 6-8 pm

Where: Medical Sciences 131 A V Hill LT

Interested in anatomy – human or other? Sitting on the fence between a career in medicine and surgery?

Looking to be part of a society that allows the scope to organise events as varied as a workshop teaching anatomy through yoga to a Valentine’s day themed still-life drawing workshop to a walk-through London discovering the city’s anatomical history to a talk about the anatomy of facial reconstruction – UCL Anatomy Society needs YOU!

UCL Anatomy Society invites all our members (MEDICS & NON-MEDICS) to come along to the AGM to select/become part of next year’s committee; gift the society another fantastic year! No previous experience required and we look forward to representation from both MEDICS AND NON-MEDICS.

Come along prepared to give a 2 minute speech if you are standing for the roles of president/treasurer or 1 minute speech for all the other roles

15 positions up for grabs including:
1) President
2) Treasurer
3) Secretary
4) Publicity officer x 2
5) Events Director x 3
6) Workshop Directors

  • Anatomy workshop director
  • Neuroanatomy workshop director
  • Radiological anatomy workshop director

7) Anatomy-themed art exhibition director
8) Anatomy competition director
9) Welfare Officer
10) Webmaster

Check out our FB event page to register your interest and for more info on what each role entails!!