The IAS Journal
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The IAS Journal
This is a unique journal specialising in the communication of excellence in technical practices. Papers published in this journal primarily concern innovative techniques in anatomical sciences, however we are also willing to accept original anatomical research and papers written by undergraduate students.
The journal is free to download for IAS members
Writing for the Journal
We understand that experience of academic writing may be daunting if you have no experience in this. However please don’t let that dissuade you from writing for the Journal. A template that you can use that will guide your writing along with some information can be downloaded below.
The IAS is also planning workshops for academic writing. Please email Sarah Gosling for information on the next workshop.
In order to provide the IAS membership with a valuable set of technical reports, we have designed this easy-to-use form. Fill in the boxes (using the guidelines provided) and we will do the paper formatting for you.
Purchasing the journal
Hard copies of the journal are available to purchase at £15 per copy + postage. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to order this.
The use of Fresh Frozen Human Cadaveric Material in the UK:
A questionnaire study.
From cadaver to museum plinth:
A novel method of articulating an ostrich skeleton.
Sarah Nicoll & Andrew Cook
Student perceptions of the value of potted anatomical specimens in relation to dissection and other anatomical teaching resources.
Natalie Harper & Wendy Birch
A prosection of the superficial muscles of mastication for use in medical teaching
The value of dissection and human tissue in teaching anatomy to pre-clinical medical students: A review.
Natalie Harper & Wendy Birth
The Human Body in Cross-section: Creation of a teaching aid to present an entire human female cadaver transversely sectioned and displayed in Perspex pots.
Tom Cornwall, Charlie Tanner & Rob Harraway
Creating a Teaching Aid for Ferret Reproductive and Adrenal Anatomy.
Rebecca Norman & Sarah Nicoll
Osteological Preparation of a California Sea Lion.
S. Macdonald and K. Kroll
A systematic guide to prosection of the superficial structures of the head.
Osteological Preparation of the White Rhinoceros, Ceratotherium simum.
Anthony Wilkes and Rachel Norris
The Preparation of Vertebrate Skeletons.