Human Gross Anatomy is taught in a state-of-the-art laboratory in RIT’s Center for Bioscience Education and Technology, using cadavers provided by the University of Rochester School of Medicine. Students continue to have access to this facility throughout the program. The program also has affiliation agreements with three local hospitals where students observe live surgery.
Students have access to more than 250 computer workstations in 12 different labs through RIT’s College of Imaging Arts & Sciences. Several of these labs are specialized for 3D graphics, interactive media, scanning, and high-end color output. http://cias-info.cias.rit.edu/labs
With over 17,000 students, RIT is one of the nation’s largest private universities. This provides students with rich opportunities to collaborate with faculty and fellow students in a variety of disciplines including biology, chemistry, medical sciences, engineering, computer science, information technology, psychology, and archeology.