Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification

Wellwood Leslie Chartered Architects

The Centre for Anatomy and Human Identification at the University of Dundee has a worldwide reputation for its research and innovation in the field of anatomy and human identification. Led by Professor Sue Black, the Centre has developed innovative techniques for preservation of human cadavers for anatomical and surgical research. The proposed building is intended to provide research accommodation for the Centre in the form of a new mortuary and an associated surgical skills laboratory. The new facility will integrate with the existing Medical Sciences complex allowing opportunities for multi-disciplinary research.

Location

Medical Sciences Institute, University of Dundee
Dow Street
DUNDEE DD1 5EH
United Kingdom

Contact

Brian Thomson
Project Manager
b.r.thomson@dundee.ac.uk

Client

University of Dundee

Completed

tbc

Size

2220m2

Categories

  • Education
  • Health