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Study Medical Visualisation and Human Anatomy in Scotland

The Glasgow School of Art in collaboration with the Laboratory of Human Anatomy, University of Glasgow

MSc in Medical Visualisation and Human Anatomy

The Master of Science (MSc) in Medical Visualisation and Human Anatomy is a new one-year taught postgraduate programme offered by the Digital Design Studio at The Glasgow School of Art in collaboration with the Laboratory of Human Anatomy, University of Glasgow. The purpose of this programme is to create a unique opportunity to combine actual cadaveric dissection with digital reconstruction, interaction and visualisation using state of the art virtual reality facilities. It allows a unique opportunity to examine human anatomy, and to reconstruct it in a real-time 3D environment for use in education and training. With the demand from clinicians of anatomical knowledge of students increasing (as a result in changes to medical and dental curricula) this Masters programme provides an ideal opportunity for enhancement of research into human anatomy within the digital age.

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MPhil (DDS)

This research based programme of 60 weeks duration is open to students who have completed the MDes in Animation programme or who have similar qualifications from other institutions. This year is focused on the production of a significant piece of animation through a process of research. Students propose and self-direct an imaginative programme of study with supervision from staff.Please click

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PhD - Doctor of Philosophy

The DDS has a growing number of PhD students investigating various aspects of advanced 3D visualisation and interaction. Doctoral students work alongside staff and contribute to the growth of the Studio at all levels. They are encouraged to publish their work; attend and present at seminars and conferences; and contribute to ongoing and future DDS research projects.

PhD topics cover a variety of subjects in 3D visualisation and interaction. Current subjects of PhD study include: an anthropological study of cultural influences in Second Life, the development of animations aimed at resolving cultural conflicts (in Cyprus), the generation of 3D aural simulations of concert halls and other performance spaces, the use of animation to explore the representation of the face in Thai culture, the role of computer science in an arts school, the automation of traditional arts techniques and the processes involved in archaeological reconstruction using 3D computer models. Please click

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 CONTACT

For further information on any of these programmes, please contact:

Avril McAllister
Programmes Administrator
Digital Design Studio
Glasgow School of Art

a.mcallister@gsa.ac.uk

http: //www.gsa.ac.uk

Tel: 0044 141 353 4424

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The Glasgow School Of Art Digital Design Studio

THE GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART

167 Renfrew Street | Glasgow | G3 6RQ | Scotland | United Kingdom

+44 141 353 4500

 

http: //www.gsa.ac.uk

CONTACT

Avril McAllister

Programmes Administrator

Digital Design Studio

Glasgow School of Art

a.mcallister@gsa.ac.uk

http: //www.gsa.ac.uk

Tel: 0044 141 353 4424



6.  3D Building - achieved through joint project with School of Architecture

 

DDS student with digital car prototype

1.  The main teaching studio at the DDS

2.  A researcher working with AutoEval - custom 3D interaction software created at DDS

4.  M.Phil. 2D/3D Motion Graphics Students working at the DDS

9.  A researcher working with a 3D human skeletal structure