PhD in Medical Anatomy
The program, PhD in Medical Anatomy with Lincoln University College (LUC) offers training for individuals pursuing a career in teaching and study at medical school or university level in clinical human anatomy and independent research.
The program, PhD in Medical Anatomy with Lincoln University College (LUC) offers training for individuals pursuing a career in teaching and study at medical school or university level in clinical human anatomy and independent research. The program aims to establish a set of doctoral-level anatomy educators who can teach undergraduate, graduate, or advanced students all the anatomical disciplines and who can deliver the high-quality instructional research and other academic work required for promotion and tenure. The research based program provides students exposure to pursue an academic career in Medical Anatomy.
The program of PhD in Medical Anatomy will produce researchers and educationist who can:
- Demonstrate critical understanding of the most advanced knowledge and independently competent to conduct research.
- Utilize the analytical and problem-solving skills to evaluate and make decisions critically and creatively based on research evidence and experiences.
- Convey information, insights, ideas, problems, and present solutions coherently to peers, scholarly community, and society in the relevant field of expertise.
- Produce research outputs to promote lifelong learning and benefit the human health.
- Lead and manage advanced research ethically and professionally which contributes to societal advancement and responsibilities.
The degree prepares the student for a career in planning and regulatory agencies in education, governmental or industrial research, science education, and service.
- Clinical Research Associate
- Research Scientist
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