An Anatomy Event Designed for High School Students

Well-engrained in 3D virtualization technology, Anatomage leverages its technology to create a fun and exciting academic platform for students to learn anatomy. Called Anatomy Tournament, the event gathers hundreds of students each year to compete with each other on anatomical terminologies.

At the Anatomy Tournament, students are encouraged to utilize virtual technology – in the form of our Anatomage Table – to identify complicated anatomical structures. Not only does the event celebrates teamwork and collaborations among students, but it also signifies the importance of technology in science education.

Collaborating with other big medical competition organizations, Anatomage is committed to transforming the traditional anatomy learning, while helping the America’s future medical students to achieve their academic goals.

Anatomage The Competition

The first ever European Competition of Virtual Anatomy for Students will occur on September 23, 2019 at the SIAI Congress in Naples, Italy. With 8 Italian medical faculties participating at the event, the Competition brings together medical industry experts to take part in a fun and exciting academic event.

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Anatomy Tournaments in the News


The Anatomage Anatomy Challenge was definitely the highlight of my day at the Sports Medicine Competition at CSUN this year! It was an absolute adrenaline rush to watch our team of five students compete and test their knowledge of the anatomical structures on this powerful learning tool. I'm extremely proud of my team and grateful for those who sponsored and hosted this wonderful educational event for high school students.- Kim Crosby at La Cañada (The Anatomy Tournament 2018's winner)
I am so thankful for Anatomage for stepping in and sponsoring the AACI event and helping us educate the future healthcare professionals of America.- Eli Hallak, Organizer of AACI
Definitely in the next two years, we will find a way to get the funding to happen and incorporate an Anatomage Table into our high school and our kids will be more prepared because of it.- Gary Clinton at Yelm High School
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