This site is continuously updated, please keep your visit for new information.      We are also appreciated your feedback. Wish you now!? Designed by Prof. Dr. Ashraf El Sharaby, October 2011 1. General and comparative anatomy of the body systems and parts of the domestic animals (e.g. digestive system). 2. Developmental anatomy of gustatory and olfactory structures of the domestic animals. 3. Applied anatomy of the domestic animals specially the neuromuscular structures of equines, bovine and canines. Research programs Teaching philosophy Anatomy is a fundamental subject in veterinary medicine. It provides students the ability to learn and practice the profession with ease, and encourage them to go beyond paper and web resources and use case studies and independent dissection to relate the topic of anatomy to clinical situations. Thus, anatomy helps them to achieve the skills necessary for their ultimate profession. Graduate education 1. The general  and comparative anatomy of the domestic animals including birds and fish. We teach the body systems during the first and second semester of the first year (i.e. Anatomy I & II) and the first semester semester of the second year (i.e. Anatomy III). 2. General and special embryology and the basics of developmental biology, which is given in the second semester of the second year (i.e. Embryology). 3. Applied anatomy of equines is a two-semester course for the 4th year students. They are asked to learn the same topics in canines and ruminants by independent learning guided by staff.         Postgraduate studies  Wednesday, 12/10/2011: The department celebrated the graduation of the faculty first postgraduate candidates:                 1. Vet. Ahmed Rashwan 2. Vet Ahmed Galal Their oral presentations and evaluation of MVS dissertations were held at faculty council hall starting at 11:30 am and lasted for 3 hours. Follow up Mission and Vision  Our mission is to provide every student the ability to: 1. identify and describe gross morphological features of the body systems and parts of the domestic animals. 2. compare the different organs and tissues in several domestic animal species. 3. recognize the principles of development of the organs and structures of the animal. Anatomy of Egypt’s Revoultion Welcome to the homepage of the department of anatomy and embryology, faculty of veterinary medicine, Damanhour University. This site is established to support essentially the faculty undergraduate students for better learning. The available e-courses in our site implement the lectures and practical sessions at the department. In addition, we are going to provide on-line assessments for each student, and publish his semester presentations. Accordingly, the site will include secured pages that require each student to enter his user name and password to login. Quick links student works                  library                       forum login                    e@learning           on-line exams our news