TeachMeAnatomy seeks to create the most comprehensive anatomy resource; covering all aspects of anatomy as well as many related topics in medicine and surgery. To do this, TeachMeAnatomy relies on the knowledge and expertise of our contributors and reviewers.
This review team was created in January 2018 – and it is important to note that not all content on the site has been reviewed by them. As such, any errors or omissions should in no way be attributed to our reviewers.
With thanks to:
Kostis Gyftopoulos MD, PhD – Urologic Surgeon, Associate Professor in Clinical and Surgical Anatomy, University of Patras Medical School, Rion, Patras, Greece
Joyce El-Haddad, B.Med.Sc – Joyce holds a medical science degree and is currently completing a Masters of Research in anatomy at Macquarie University, Australia. Joyce is also involved in dissection and teaching anatomy and physiology at Macquarie University.
Lynn Copes, PhD – Lynn studied evolutionary anthropology at Columbia University (BA, 2005) and Arizona State University (MA, 2006; PhD, 2012). Her research interests focus on the evolution and development of the cranial vault in human ancestors and the building and maintenance of a competent skeleton in modern humans. She currently teaches gross anatomy to medical, physician assistant, anesthesia assistant, and nursing students through the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University in North Haven, Connecticut.
Daniel Mercer, B.Sc (Hons) – Daniel is an anatomist with specialist interests in medical education, comparative anatomy and neuroscience. He has numerous years dissection experience, and works as an NHS neuro-ophthalmology clinical practitioner, where he combines clinic time with lecturing undergraduate, postgraduate and medical students.
Sam Marsden, BM BS BMed Sci – After completing surgically focused foundation years at St Georges’ and St Peter’s, Sam is now enjoying an F3 year. So far, this has included Expedition Medicine, an Anatomy Demonstrator role and Emergency Medicine. Outside of medicine, Sam has recently trained as a Mountain Leader, and will be leading an expedition to Ghana later this year.
Laurence Hodierne, BSc BMBS FHEA – Laurence studied biomedical science at Keele University before completing his medical degree at the University of Nottingham. After a thoroughly enjoyable time teaching anatomy at the University of Leicester, he has returned to clinical medicine as an anaesthetic trainee in the East Midlands.
Harriet Bell BSc. MBChB – Harriet is a junior doctor working in the West Midlands. She graduated with first-class honours in Biomedical Science with anatomy specialism from the University of Sheffield before completing her medical degree at Keele University. She has a keen interest in anatomy and medical education.