The Liberato DiDio & Peter Goldblatt Interactive Museum of Anatomy and Pathology (IMAP) of the University of Toledo offers a unique insight into the human body and includes real, normal and pathological human tissue specimens.
The main objective of the museum is to provide valuable educational resources for the University of Toledo students in the medical and related anatomical disciplines. Located in the College of Medicine on the Health Science Campus at the University of Toledo, the museum provides a dynamic study and teaching space. Tours of the museum are also available for external student groups.
The anatomy collection includes prosections demonstrating human anatomy arranged according to the regions of the body. Each of the following regions is extensively covered:
- Cranial cavity and brain
- Head and Neck
- Thorax and Thoracic Viscera
- Abdominal and Abdominal Viscera
- Spinal Cord and Vertebral Column
- Upper Limb
- Lower Limb
The collection includes specimens which are important in supporting the learning and teaching of pathology. The pathological specimens are arranged corresponding to the regional anatomical display.
While the museum is not normally open to the general public, there are opportunities to explore the collection by appointment. Click here for a copy of the brochure