Churchill: Learning opportunities at Clayton

Students in an anatomy class looking at 3D printed models

 Medical students in class with Professor Paul McMenamin and staff at the Centre for Human Anatomy Education, Clayton Campus.

From 2015, Year A graduate-entry medical students will have increased opportunities to have regular teaching sessions at Monash's Clayton campus (up to 14 times per year).

The histology and gross anatomy classes will be conducted in the Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology at Clayton. The department's facilities include a 3D printer, a full service histology laboratory, and the Human Anatomical Sciences Learning Resource Centre. Year A students will also have access to the numerous prosected specimens available to students in the direct entry medicine program.

Year A students attending the Clayton campus will also study medical law and ethics.