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Anatomy and Vertebrate Paleontology Track
The OSU School of Biomedical Sciences offers an Anatomy and Vertebrae Paleontology track for students interested in teaching human anatomy at the university, college or professional level. Students gain experience in vertebrate paleontology research under the guidance of a graduate faculty mentor.
Graduate Student Opportunities
Students in the anatomy and paleontology track receive structured training to equip them for careers teaching medical gross anatomy, development, histology, and neuroanatomy.
Degrees offered are in Biomedical Sciences. We offer Masters of Science (M.S.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degrees.
Paleontological research at the OSU Center for Health Sciences spans the Mississippian to the Recent, fossil bone microstructure to long-term patterns in paleobiodiversity and turtles to mice. Faculty research interests are currently concentrated in Mammalia and Archosauria.
OSU School of Biomedical Sciences
Anatomy and Vertebrae Paleontology
1111 W. 17th St.
Tulsa, OK 74107
Interested in learning more about vertebrate paleontology? Our volunteers assists on research projects and provides opportunities for student and faculty outreach.