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Evie Donald

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Lecturer in Anatomy

I am an anatomy lecturer in the Faculty of Health Sciences and Wellbeing.

I hold an undergraduate degree in Anatomy and Human Biology from the University of Liverpool, and a Master's in Human Anatomy and Evolution from Hull York Medical School.

I am truly passionate about anatomy and anatomical teaching and will always aim to make my love for the subject as infectious as possible.

Teaching and supervision

I am part of the Anatomy Team, and so teach anatomy to students throughout the Faculty of Health Sciences and Wellbeing. However, I teach primarily to first year Medical Students.

Throughout my time at University, I gained valuable experience working with human tissues, both through examination of prosections and dissection projects.


My academic research interests primarily relate to human evolutionary and comparative anatomy. I am keen to understand the selective pressures and processes behind the evolution of the human form from our primate ancestors.

I am a member of The Anatomical Society.

Last updated 01 October 2021