Anatomy Students Explore Wound Healing

Students in Sally Murphy's Anatomy classes explored the wound healing process and integumentary system features through a lab activity in which students created "Monster Wounds" using simple household products. The assignment involved creating a backstory to set the scene (students were tasked with creating a special effects scene for a new Halloween/thriller movie) and then preparing the wound. Videos of the scene were filmed, depicting the gruesome visuals of the scenario, and then students investigated the science behind the wound healing process.
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