School of Allied Health Professions

Custer and Vas show off Anatomage table on “adventure tour”

“The table gives students a sharper tool with which to practice identifying particular body systems and how they are affected by disease,” said Tanya Custer. “The idea is to prepare medical professionals more thoroughly and more quickly than before.”

Tanya, assistant professor in radiation science technology education, and Stephanie Vas, MRI program director, demonstrated the Anatomage table to 20 Nebraskans, most from places outside of the state’s major population centers, who participated in the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce’s Reverse Ag Adventure Tour. Read more in the Omaha World Herald>>

 

 

 

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