The Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory provides first and second year students with interactive learning experiences. The lower-division lab classes offered in this space form the educational foundation for students pursuing careers in science and health care fields. Students deepen their understanding of complex physiological systems and processes by analyzing anatomical principles through hands-on activities such as dissection and experimentation. In this laboratory students interact with authentic human skeletal structures, preserved tissue/organs, and dozens of anatomical models. This high-tech teaching space includes digital microscopy and Olympus Cx31 dissection cameras with overhead projection capabilities. Courses taught in this space include Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory I and II (HHSC 156 & 256). This lab is located in the Life Science Building, Room 164.