Anatomy/Physiology Molecular/Cellular Surgical Pathology Other
Understanding Histology Poster
Adobe Photoshop & Cinema4D
18" x 24"
It has been observed that students in undergraduate anatomy and physiology have difficulty understanding the 2D slices they see in the microscope and how they represent a 3D structure in space. This poster serves to demonstrate how various misunderstood 3D structures may appear when sliced and processed into what we seen in the scope. The poster can be displayed in anatomy lab for students and professors to reference anytime during lab or on their own time, any time of the year. The mix of 3D and 2D aids to connect the two, allowing the viewer to see the relationship of 3D to sectioned to 2D histology next to each other. The pink and purple palette mimics that of H & E stain, the most common stain used in undergraduate anatomy.