Gabriel Venne

Gabriel Venne,DO, MSc, PhD is an Assistant Professor of Anatomical Sciences within the Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, Faculty of Medicine. He is involved in the teaching of human anatomy for undergraduate students in the Anatomy and Cell Biology program and for first and second year medicine and dentistry programs. He completed his graduate degrees at Queen’s University with a background in anatomy teaching and basic science research: mechanical strain influence on osteophyte development, role of the rectus capitis posterior minor on the dura mater in cervicogenic headaches, computer-guided arthroplasty, and embalming technique in surgical training. He does clinical practice has an osteopath. As a member of the Center for Medical Education, he is now exploring different embalmingtechniques to offerhigh-fidelity models toin vivoin Medical training and developing3D scanning and 3D printing method for the production of anatomicalmodels for teaching Anatomy.

Current Research Interests: exploring different embalmingtechniques to offerhigh-fidelity models toin vivoin Medical training and developing;3D scanning and 3D printing method for the production of anatomicalmodels for teaching Anatomy.

E: gabriel.venne [at] mcgill.ca
T:514-398-4455 ext 5669