Peek Inside The Online Veterinary Anatomy Museum

Take a virtual look inside OVAM with Mark Evans in this video of the week


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Mark Evans, veterinarian-turned-television-presenter, gives viewers a virtual tour of the Online Veterinary Anatomy Museum (OVAM), a collaborative project led by the Royal Veterinary College in the United Kingdom. OVAM provides free online veterinary resources as a supplement to veterinary students' traditional classes, without students having to search for the content on multiple websites.

This one-stop shop contains peer-reviewed material, including a horse's foot designed by Per Karlsson, which is demonstrated in the video above. Other resources include online lectures, a 3D dog skeleton, interactive pig anatomy and more.

Veterinary students, under the direction of academic experts, are curators of OVAM's collection. To view the Online Veterinary Anatomy Museum in its entirety, go here.

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