I’ve taken links to the best anatomy resources on the Internet, categorized them, reviewed them, and put them all in one place— Think Anatomy. This has been a lengthy side project of mine and was inspired by my own experience taking gross human anatomy.
I found that reading an anatomy textbook, sitting in lecture, and dissecting in lab weren’t enough to really master anatomy. So I turned to the Internet to find resources like dissection videos, interactives, games, quizzes, etc., to supplement my study material. It took a lot of time to sift through the results and put together a list of valuable online anatomy resources. That’s where the inspiration to make Think Anatomy started. I wanted to make a site that anatomy students could use to find study aids without having to use a major search engine like Google. So after many many hours spent searching, reviewing, and categorizing anatomy sites, Think Anatomy is finally ready.
Go ahead and take a look through Think Anatomy. And if you’re an anatomy student I hope you can find the site useful. Feel free to rank and review any of the sites or submit your own favorite anatomy site—I know I haven’t covered every single anatomy site out there! The goal is to make Think Anatomy the number one portal to anatomy study aids on the Internet.
Here’s a sample of the type of sites you’ll find on Think Anatomy: