Upcoming Event

2015 AACA Regional Meeting

October 17, 2015
8:00 AM to 4:15 PM
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University of Utah School of Dentistry
Ray and Tye Noorda Oral Health Science Building, 530 Wakara Way
Salt Lake City, UT 84108

In addition to AACA's Annual Meeting, we are excited to announce that AACA will be holding it's first regional meeting in the fall of 2015! The meeting will be held on October 17th, 2015 at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City.

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Check out a pictorial retrospective of our first 24 annual meetings - as collected by Dr. Peter Abrahams.

The American Association of Clinical Anatomists advances the science and art of clinical anatomy.  It encourages research and publication in the field and maintaining high standards in the teaching of anatomy.  Clinical anatomy is defined as anatomy in all its aspects - gross, histologic, developmental and neurologic as applied to clinical practice, the application of anatomic principles to the solution of clinical problems and/or the application of clinical observations to expand anatomic knowledge.  

Typical membership, active or associate (student/intern) in the Association comprises individuals from various backgrounds who have produced a record of research, clinical practice, clinical research, teaching in accredited Colleges and Universities, administrative or other experience in the field.  

Click here to reach a Clinical Anatomy article chronicling the first 5 years of the history of AACA.

  • Want to know what days the various AACA Committee Teleconferences are held each month?  Click here
  • Watch this site for more information as it becomes available for our 32nd Annual Meeting in Henderson, Nevada, June 9 - 13, 2015.
  • We still have Acland Inguinal Region DVDs available for purchase.  See typical Bob Acland quality dissections and the clinically-relevant demonstration of this important area of the body.
  • Want to go to the new AACA Membership Database or pay your annual dues?  If so, click here and enter the site by filling in the fields in the middle of the screen.  


The Anatomical Services Committee of the AACA has put together a policy statement on body exhibits as well as a best practices document for running a body donor program.  Check them out on the ASC page of the website.


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