This year, however, is different, with unprecedented situations in many areas of our daily lives. The Covid-19 pandemic we are experiencing prevailed and the Laboratory, realizing the dimensions and effects of the pandemic, reshaped the way of teaching its courses, fully respecting all the involved fields. Undoubtedly, all these issues raise a general feeling of insecurity in our society and the university community.
With this message I would first like to greet our students of the undergraduate, and postgraduate level, the PhD candidates in the Department of Anatomy – “Anatomeio” of the Medical School of NKUA.
Despite the fact that both last year’s courses and exams were transferred to the web, the entire teaching staff of the Laboratory worked hard to offer excellent academic lectures as well as to support new teaching methods and new platforms.
Finally, through a temporary crisis, a unique opportunity emerges with an ally of the excellent relationship between teachers and students, along with modern technology, the Laboratory is constantly upgraded and is now evolving into one of the most modern Laboratories in our country.
It is in the hands of all of us to seize the opportunity!
Theodore G. Troupis
Professor – Head of the Department of Anatomy – “Anatomeio” of the Medical School of NKUA.