Centre for Anatomical and Human Sciences
The Centre for Anatomical and Human Sciences brings together research and teaching in anatomical and human sciences and it is led by Professor Paul O’Higgins.
The Centre has strong working relationships with colleagues at the Universities of York and Hull. At Hull we engage in cutting edge research in musculoskeletal biomechanics with our collaborators in the Centre for Medical Engineering Technology (CMET), and at York we are founding members of the Centre for Human Palaeoecology and Evolutionary Origins, one of the largest groupings in the UK.
We offer a range of short courses aimed at practising healthcare professionals. Training is delivered at our state of the art facilities, under the direction and supervision of expert tutors.
Students starting Masters courses from September 2016 may be entitled to a UK government loan of up to £10,000. There are a number of scholarships for both Masters and PhD students available for overseas students coming to the University of York.