Anatomy Bootcamps

Upcoming Sessions:

Location

Online with Zoom

When

Nov 7, 2020 - 9:30-3:00

Cost

$500 for 6 hours total

Questions?

Email anatomy@stanford.edu

 

Anatomy Bootcamp - An Introduction to the Clinical Anatomy of The Back

  • An amazon worker lifted a heavy box at work and suddenly felt severe pain in her low back and down her leg. She was diagnosed with a herniated disc in her lumbar spine. How did an injury to her back cause pain in her leg?
  • A star collegiate football player charged head first into his opponent’s gut and they both fell to the ground. When the trainer got to the side of the charging player, he was conscious but was unable to move. What caused his paralysis? 
  • These questions and many more will be answered in Anatomy Bootcamp - An Introduction to the Anatomy of The Back

Students will:

Learn the anatomy from Stanford faculty in a nonthreatening  way - no grades

Learn about a variety of conditions and diseases of the back

Learn about surgery from a Stanford Surgeon

Meet people living with spinal cord injury who will share their stories

Small class size and interactive sessions in small groups lead by facilitators

Sign up now! Class size is limited.

Clinical Anatomy reserves the right to cancel the workshop. If the workshop is canceled by the division, the course fee will be refunded to individuals.

Participants may cancel up to one week prior to class for a full refund. Cancellations after that will not be refunded.

Faculty

Beth Habelow

Lecturer

Beth has been working as a Physical therapist since 1991 and has been involved in teaching and volunteering in the local community and overseas throughout most of her career. 

Since 2012, she has been teaching a variety of students in the Division of Clinical Anatomy at Stanford, including Medical and Physician Assistant  students, undergraduates and rehabilitation professionals.

Additionally she enjoys teaching classes with students outside of the Stanford Community including those in high school, and Community college and overseas.

Julie-Ann Nguyen

Anatomy Scholar / Research Assistant

Julie-Ann Nguyen attended De Anza College and then graduated from UC Berkeley with a B.A. in Integrative Biology with a concentration in Human Biology.

During her undergraduate career, her interest in racial/cultural health disparities and social justice inspired her involvement in the American Medical Student Association (AMSA) as the Race, Ethnicity, and Culture in Health/ Gender and Sexuality Committee Chair, a participant in UC Berkeley School of Public Health’s Field Study Internship, and the mentor coordinator for the Southeast Asian Student Coalition.

Currently, Julie-Ann works as an Anatomy Scholar, assisting faculty with courses and administrative duties in the anatomy lab. In her free time, Julie-Ann volunteers at the Asian Law Alliance in the immigration clinic and likes to read, cook, and take care of her plants!

Rocio Angeles

Anatomy Scholar / Research Assistant

Rocio Angeles graduated from Saint Mary's College of California with a B.S. in Allied Health Sciences. 

She currently works as an Anatomy Scholar in the Division of Clinical Anatomy with a special interest in anatomical variations. ​

During her undergraduate career, her passion for anatomy education led her to serve as a teaching assistant. She has assisted with the Stanford Clinical Anatomy Summer Program for several years.

Additionally, she has had the opportunity to shadow surgeons in South America, learning about neurosurgery, general surgery and vascular surgery. Rocio plans to attend medical school in the future, with a special interest in surgical specialties. In her free time, she likes to draw, act, and sing. ​