The anatomy models below are available for 2-hour checkout from the Columbus campus Library (Columbus Hall). You must have a Cougar ID or state-issued photo ID to check out the models at Circulation (first floor). Please call the Library at 614-287-2465 for more information.
We have not one, but two bone boxes available for students! How did we get so many bones? Best not to ask!
Pumpy Bill may not be able to explain the metaphorical mysteries of the human heart, but he can certainly help students learn about its mechanics.
This one's a little creepy. Let's move on.
That's right: rubber bands. You get taken apart by hundreds of inexpert hands every semester and see if you don't need help pulling yourself together!
Torso Joe never understood why his television career didn't pan out. Now he's found new meaning in his life by helping Columbus State students learn the ins and outs of human anatomy!
As you can see, our human eye model leaves nothing to the student's imagination!
Repro Jim is a hardworking anatomical model who just wants to be treated with the dignity he deserves.
Despite their differences, these two are inseparable.
As you can see, Skinless Bob is not only alert to basic safety concerns, but, like any good Ohioan, is a massive Devo fan.
Look, we've all got a job in life. It doesn't mean it's gonna be glamorous. Sometimes being a spine cross-section is the very best a person can do, you know?
Our model of the human digestive system explicates even the most obscure destinations for all we consume.
Although he's never appeared on the front of a Wheaties box, Captain America here knows where it's at when it comes to muscles.
Our bone pelvis models know all, reveal all. Want to know what the inside of the pelvic vertebrae look like? We can show you. Despite injuries, such as the broken coccyx pictured above, these models are always willing to go the extra mile to assist our students.
When asked if she had any inspiring messages for our
students, the kidney model replied only, "Drink water.
Lots and lots and lots of water."
I never realized it was so small. A lot of things make sense now.
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