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 representing excellence in clinical anatomy

The next meeting is at The University of Leeds, Thursday 15th December 2016, hosted by Dr James Pickering. 

The British Association of Clinical Anatomists (BACA) was established on the 7th of July 1977 in the United Kingdom to advance the study and research into clinical anatomy for public benefit.

There are meetings twice a year.

Membership is open to those with a clinical or scientific interest in anatomy in its broadest sense, from microscopic anatomy, cadaveric dissection, education, through to clinical fields of surgery and radiology.

Please join the association and submit your work to one of our meetings. Support is offered to junior academic and clinical staff as well as students who would wish to gain experience in presentation of their work. Abstracts are published in a peer-reviewed journal. The meetings are great opportunities to network with academics and clinicians interested in anatomy from all over the UK, as well as to travel and visit institutions around the world, as meetings are co-hosted with the European and American societies also.

The society was originally a Registered Charity in the United Kingdom but most recently in 2014 has incorporated as a company but is non-profit and continues its charitable and public benefit activities.

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