Wound-Healing Project

Students in Sally Murphy's Anatomy classes engaged in a practical project focusing on histology and the wound-healing process. The assignment required them to create a realistic wound, accompanied by a backstory explaining how the wound occurred. Students produced special effects videos to present their work that not only displayed the simulated wounds but also served as a tool for students to explain the scientific aspects of wound healing. This project provided a hands-on learning experience, merging creativity with scientific inquiry to enhance their understanding of the integumentary system and its healing capabilities.
Click the links below to witness how a few of the students brought their unique backstories to life and explained the science behind it all!
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