Wyn Beasley

Andreas Vesalius: Wesel to Basel

Angela Belli

Andreas Vesalius’ audience speaks out

Peter H. Berczeller

Learning anatomy in medical school new

Elisabeth Brander

Bidloo and Ruysch: anatomy and art in the 17th century Netherlands

Richard Brown and Thalia Garvock-de Montbrun

Why did Darwin drop out of medical school? new

Tan Chen

Rembrandt – The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp

George Dunea

Antonio Scarpa, anatomist (1752-1832)

Gabriele Falloppio (Fallopius) 1523- 1562

Giovanni Batista Morgagni (1602-1771)

Marcello Malpighi (1628-1694)
Juan Valdeverde de Amusco (1525-1588)
Hieronymus Fabricius of Acquapendente (1537-1619)

F. Inge Faust

The Autopsy

The Autopsy II

Emmanuelle Godeau

Dissecting cadavers: learning anatomy or a rite of passage?

Frank Gonzalez-Crussi

The face of a very trivial death

Adéla Janíčková

Surgeon’s hands in Vesalius’s portraits and Rembrandt’s The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulp

Julia King

Leonardo’s anatomical studies: from ancient imaginations to meticulous observations

Anna Lantz

Mondino de’ Liuzzi

Andreas Vesalius: an anatomical pop-up

Giulio Casserio’s anatomical atlas

Aubrie Lee

Cadaver Palavers

Donatella Lippi & Luigi Padeletti

Vesalius: the true face of anatomy

Salvatore Mangione

Leonardo and the reinvention of anatomy

Catherine Mas

William Alcott and the cultural meaning of medical knowledge in the nineteenth century

John Massie

The curious tale of Leonardo Da Vinci and the spherical uterus

Alexandra Mavrodi & George Paraskevas

Bernardino Genga – the artistic nature of an anatomist

Gianfranco Natale, Rosalba Ciranni, & Paola Lenzi

Vesalius in Pisa

Allister Neher

Classicism and Sir Charles Bell’s Engravings of the Nerves

James Nie

As I lay dead

Charlene Ong

Neuroanatomy: a transition in understanding and observation

JMS Pearce

Vesalius: spirit of excellence and inquiry

Foundations of anatomy in Bologna

Mary V. Seeman

Cadavers for dissection

Stefania Spano

Laughing in the face of death: Ruysch, dark humor & subversion of the memento mori in anatomical art

Mauro Spicci

Anatomical ghosts in The Merchant of Venice

Harriet Squier

Against anatomy lab new

Goran Štrkalj

Galen, macaques, and the growth of the discipline of human anatomy new

Goran Štrkalj and William Hunt 

Anatomical fugitive sheets revived: medical history as a stimulant for active learning and reflection

Jennifer Xu

The body vanished: Sebald’s view of dissection in Rembrandt’s “The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp”

Fabio Zampieri and Alberto Zanatta

The revolution of Andreas Vesalius

Larry Zaroff

Leonardo’s heart

Roseanne F. Zhao

In pursuit of a new anatomy


Leonardo da Vinci: anatomist

Anatomy before Vesalius
Anatomy plates: more shocking than useful new