Cameron Students posing for a picture on Campus


The McMahon Gross Anatomy Lab was constructed in the Sciences Complex with funding provided by a generous gift from the McMahon Foundation of Lawton, OK. The lab provides undergraduate students who are studying human anatomy the opportunity to learn human anatomy through cadaver dissection and the study of prosected bodies. This modern, state of the art, environmentally-friendly facility includes technology to maintain a safe working environment and to access dissection videos for guidance and review. The availability of multiple bodies means students will also observe the range of variation present in human structure. The McMahon Gross Anatomy Lab is operated with the approval of the Anatomical Board of the State of Oklahoma and in full accord with their regulations.