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Anatomy Lab Alumni

Where are "U" Now?

Among the thousands of undergraduate students Mark Nielsen taught over 37 years, approximately 1,600 of them returned as his teaching assistants. (A list of the TAs and mentors over the years can be found here.)

Mark’s students have gone on to become doctors, dentists, nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, physician assistants, and pharmacists throughout the state and the country, not to mention educators and researchers and other careers and enterprises far too varied to mention.

Are You One of Them?

Update your story of learning and working with Professor Mark Nielsen and other anatomy instructors in the SBS anatomy lab in the form below and consider making a donation to extend his legacy for future generations.

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Anatomy Lab Alumni
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Support Anatomy Education
Donate today in honor of Mark Nielsen to support Anatomy education at the School of Biological Sciences. Likely, your association with Mark has no price. But your gift to the U in honor of him and his extraordinary legacy will be appreciated by new students and TA's ready to hear from the hallowed halls of the Anatomy lab: "Anatomy is your new Religion!"
Fund the Legler Endowed Lectureship
Donate today to support the John Legler Endowed Lectureship in anatomy at the School of Biological Sciences. The lectureship will help find, and fund a replacement now that Mark Nielsen is retired. Dr. Legler founded the human anatomy program in the 1950s.