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Anatomy Of Body Bones The Institute of Human Anatomy The Institute of Human Anatomy is a unique facility specializing in the utilization of human cadavers as instruments for advanced anatomical education, medical device training and prototype testing.We provide a state of the art education experience utilizing human cadavers for those engaged in or seeking a career that requires the study and understanding of human anatomy and physiology.

For more details on our products and services, please feel free to visit us at The anatomy of the human body, Human cadaver & Cadaver anatomy For 3rd party medical device trainings we provide lab capabilities of 1-5 stations, classroom(s) with all necessary audio/visual for up to 60, and an on-site cafeteria. We work directly with career and vocational colleges, accrediting agencies, medical device companies, and individual healthcare and wellness professionals to further advance education and medical understanding of the human body and its many systems. Jeremy Jones – Co-Founder/Executive Director Jeremy is a serial entrepreneur and thrives on new ventures and experiences. He has a BS from the University of Utah and an MBA from Brigham Young University. He has engaged in a wide variety of industries from restaurant, retail and manufacturing, to real estate, fitness and technology. He is passionate about learning and education and the opportunity to provide todays healthcare professionals access to this type of educational experience was something that he could not resist. Jeremy enjoys spending time with his family of four, camping and the great outdoors, and is an avid fan and player of soccer Mark T Nielsen – Education Advisor Mark Nielsen is a Professor in the Department of Biology at the University of Utah and for the past twenty-five years he has taught anatomy and its related subjects to over 20,000 students and has trained 1,000 young anatomists to be teaching assistants in his cadaver lab. In addition to teaching human anatomy in the Department of Biology, he also teaches neuroanatomy, embryology, a human dissection course, and a teaching human anatomy course. Jonathan Bennion – Co-Founder/Director of Education/Lead Dissector/Anatomist Jonathan found his love for teaching 5 years ago while attaining his degree in Health Promotion and Education at the University of Utah. During his pre-medical coursework he took an anatomy course from Professor Mark Nielsen.


Anatomy of body bones