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Human Anatomy Lab Session

Watch our Medical Sciences students experience a hands on laboratory practical looking at donated human tissue specimens to enhance their understanding of anatomy.

MBBCh Medicine: North Wales

Bangor University is delivering the C21 north Wales Graduate entry to medicine 4 year programme (MBBCh) in collaboration with Cardiff University’s School of Medicine. Find out more from Staff and Students about what makes studying medicine at Bangor such a great experience.

Student Profiles

Harri Tatnell, BSc Medical Sciences

Harri has graduated with a First Class Honours degree in Medical Sciences. Here's what he has to say about his course and life at Bangor.

Alexandru Radu Banu

Alexandru is from Romania and is studying Medial Sciences. He tells us about his course and and what he gets up to in his spare time.

Student videos

These videos were produced by first year undergraduate students studying Biomedical Science and Medical Biology as part of the Cadarn Project.

Students Fredrick Clues, Spyridoula Trakaki, Audrey Lai, Simone Eubanks and Isatou Sheriff, with Teaching Associate Jessica Fletcher, produced these videos as part of an extracurricular project to create Open Education Resources (OER) for use by A-level and undergraduate students studying similar courses.

Blood Grouping

Giving the correct blood type is lifesaving. This video explains the biology underpinning the human ABO blood groups.

The Lungs - the ins and outs of breathing

No human life exists without oxygen. This video shows the anatomy and functions of the respiratory system.

Alzheimer’s disease - Molecular Pathways and Research

In 2015 there were around 850,000 people with dementia in the UK. In this video Dr Virender Sahota discusses how fruit flies help to understand Alzheimer`s disease.

How to produce an educational video

Interested in shooting your own video? This short summary explains how to produce an educational video for outreach activities or within a module as an assignment.

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We would like to Thank Mr Trefor Roberts (Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board) and Dr Virender Sahota (School of Biological Sciences) and postgraduate media students Christian Plamenov, Caryl Burke and Subash Arumugam for participating in these videos.

If you are interested in producing your own Open Education Resource, please contact Sian Edwardson, Learning Technology Team.