The Center for Functional Anatomy and Evolution offers a five year PhD program in evolutionary and organismal biology, with a strong emphasis on function. The Center delivers the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Human Gross Anatomy curriculum.
The Center for Functional Anatomy and Evolution at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
Our research focus is the exploration of relationships among functional anatomy, behavior and evolutionary biology of extant and extinct vertebrates. The Center provides an exceptional opportunity for graduate students to study and conduct original research in evolutionary organismal biology, both in laboratory settings and in the field.
Our teaching focus is primarily directed at human anatomy. The Center is responsible for delivering the School of Medicine Gross Anatomy curriculum, an essential part of the requirements for the MD degree. We also offer a Summer Institute in Anatomy, offered to students both in and outside of the Johns Hopkins community. Additionally, our faculty offer courses in organismal biology to Johns Hopkins undergraduates.
The department also houses a large collection of fossil vertebrates and various research facilities.
Latest news from the Center
Congratulations to Ken and Dave on their retirement!
Many congratulations to our esteemed Professors Dave Weishampel and Ken Rose who retired this summer after more than 30 years at FAE each.
We hope you enjoy that emeritus status!
Posted October 2016