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5 Ways Artificial Intelligence Is Influencing Medicine

Artificial intelligence and machine learning are making their way into medicine. These powerful computing tools, which allow for a computer to be ...
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Making Anatomy & Physiology Fun: Some Studying Tips for Students

Here at Visible Body, our goal is to provide apps to students that allow them to better understand human anatomy and physiology with stunning visuals ...
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How Interactive Technology Helps Students Succeed: A Webinar With Prof. Cindy Harley

Cindy Harley is an Associate Professor at Metropolitan State University in St. Paul, Minnesota. You might remember her from this interview last ...
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Inside the Cadaver Lab Part 2: An Interview with Chad Howland, PT, DPT, CMPT

For the second installment in our Inside the Cadaver Lab series, we interviewed Chad Howland, PT, DPT, CMPT, a professor at Husson University’s ...
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EMT School and Certification: Using Human Anatomy Atlas to Learn and Study

Hey anatomy aficionados, you might remember me from my Surviving College as a Pre-Med blog post, but if you’re new here, I’m Madison, Visible Body’s ...
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Constantly Learning: How Med Students Use 3D Technology to Study Anytime, Anywhere

“I was sitting at a coffee shop in Harvard Square and needed to transfer my Human Anatomy Atlas app from an old Surface Pro to a new one. The ...
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How to Integrate Anatomy and Pathology Content Using Courseware

Today, I’m going to show you how to use Courseware to integrate content from across Visible Body’s suite of apps in a series of lessons about ...
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Meet the VB Team: The Masterminds of Medical Visualization

The biomedical visualization team at Visible Body creates highly visual and interactive 3D models and animations used by students in high school, ...
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Going to med school? The president of Northeastern University's American Medical Women's Association has some advice for you

Recently I had the opportunity to interview Kayla Meyer, a graduating senior at Northeastern University. She's a candidate for a Bachelor's of ...
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5 Fascinating AR & VR Applications in Medicine

Move over, video games. AR, VR, and MR (mixed reality) are now being used not just for entertainment, but also to aid surgeons in the operating room, ...
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