Visible Human Project is a detailed, three-dimensional representation of the normal male and female human bodies. It entails a collection of transverse CT, MR and cryosection images of representative male and female cadavers.
Bio-digital Human is a great resource for anatomy. It lets users view the human body in 3D, hide or remove layers, create custom views and many more.
The University of Pennsylvania Health System has a great website offering medical animations, explanation of several medical problems, resources on anatomy, physiology and the human body.
Inner Body is a website where students can learn human anatomy and physiology. It provides charts, diagrams, animations, graphics, descriptions and many more.
Zygote Body is the substitute of Google Body. After Google decided to shut down Google Lab and with it Google Body. Zygote, which is the company that developed it for Google has brought it back under Zygote Body. This website allows users to explore human body in details using 3D images.
Healthline Body Maps is an awesome website where students can learn about the different parts of the human body. Just mouse over any part to get additional information about it. You can also peel away layers of the body to look at different levels.
The Visible Body is an interactive 3D atlas of the human body. It allows students to add or subtract different systems, rotate, zoom in and out and many more. Also click over the link for the instructor manual which has a big pool of multiple choice Anatomy and Physiology questions; good for review.
Anatomy Arcade makes basic human anatomy come ALIVE through awesome free flash games, interactives and videos. It is perfect for the novice teenager in the classroom, right through to students and professionals of health care looking for a fun way to revise.
An awesome video collection resource available at Dr. Asim’s anatomy cafe FaceBook page. Private tutoring is also offered to health science students helping them excel in their assignments and exams. You can contact Dr. Muhammad Asim via FaceBook, LinkedIn or his online web page.
E – skeleton is a great website from the University of Texas at Austin that offers interactive skeletal anatomy of human and non-human primates.
Open Heart Surgery Simulation is a cool website. You can play the role of a surgeon performing a Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery. The process is very simple and in each step, you are provided instructions to help you work.
Sponge Lab Biology’s Build a Body students construct a human body system-by-system by dragging and dropping into place the organs and bones of a human body; with accompanying description. There is also a case study menu in which students can read about diseases, disorders, and and other concerns that affect the human body.
Get Body Smart has number of tutorials and quizzes divided into eight categories of anatomy and physiology. Each category is divided into subcategories where visitors will find quizzes for each topic. The tutorials and quizzes are best suited to use in advanced high school anatomy and physiology courses.
Anatomy Atlases offers the following multimedia textbooks to choose from: Atlas of Human Anatomy in Cross Section; Atlas of Microscopic Anatomy; Illustrated Encyclopedia of Anatomic Variation.
This website covers clinical topographic anatomy, musculoskeletal system and histology. The histology section offers access to the ‘Blue Histology website’ which has been created by the University of Western Australia.
The Bartleby.com edition of Gray’s Anatomy of the Human Body features 1,247 vibrant engravings-many in color-from the classic 1918 publication, as well as a subject index with 13,000 entries ranging from the Antrum of Highmore to the Zonule of Zinn.
The LUMEN Dissector is a website of the Loyola University. It has a wealth of collection of anatomical videos for medical students. You can go to the education resources section of the website. Some videos might require a login and password, however, most don’t.
University of Michigan offers medical gross anatomy learning resources including anatomy tables, atlas images, animations and surgical videos.
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health offers a collection of 65 gross anatomy dissection videos explaining different regions of the human body.
WinkingSkull.com is an amazing free, interactive medical resource organized by body region. It contains all the must-know concepts students usually encounter during their first year in medical school. Register first (for free) and then log in.
American Association of Anatomists. Check out the list of anatomy resources. The website offers a wealth of resources for advancement of anatomical sciences through research, education and and professional developmental activities.
Blue Histology is an amazing histology online web-resource which has been created by the University of Western Australia. The students will have access to 440 large images and MCQs.
MedlinePlus– Watch health videos on topics such as anatomy and body systems, surgical procedures and health news. Test your knowledge with interactive tutorials and games. Check your health with calculators and quizzes.
This is a companion website for the book entitled; Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology for Student Nurses. It contains a wealth of anatomy resources in the form of interactive multiple choice and true/false questions, flash cards and case studies – all for free!!!
The World of Anatomy is an amazing resource for Anatomy online learning, comprising of videos, podcasts, images, multiple choice questions, and many more. Enjoy !
Instant anatomy is a specialized web site for students to learn all about anatomy of the human body with diagrams, podcasts, revision questions, MCQs and iPhone and iPad apps.
Pocket Anatomy’s award-winning 3D visual software solution is the Google Earth of the Human Body, facilitating doctor-patient diagnoses communication and promoting patient well-being and personal healthcare understanding.
Some good lectures on anatomy and physiology by Khan Academy. These might however be a bit too basic for the medical students. Enjoy!
e-Anatomy is an interactive atlas of human anatomy. Login to the free IMAIOS account to explore the open access modules and experience all the functionalities of the interactive atlas.
Teach Me Anatomy is a comprehensive anatomy encyclopedia presented in a visually-appealing, easy-to-read format. Each topic combines anatomical knowledge with high-yield clinical pearls.
Anatomy and physiology website compliments a high school level anatomy class. It contains worksheets, images, study guides and practice quizzes.
Acland’s Video Atlas of Human Anatomy contains more than 300 video clips of real human anatomic specimens in their natural colors.
Anatomy zone is a fabulous free, online resource of anatomy videos on different systems of the human body. The 3D interactive atlas is a useful resource as well (only the musculoskeletal section has become operational yet).
4D Anatomy Online is an interactive dissection-simulation database and a state of the art education platform to study gross anatomy develop course syllabus and evaluate students’ knowledge.
KEN HUB – Everything you need to know about anatomy at one place. A very cool resource!