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Digital Embryology Consortium

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UNSW Australia
University of Göttingen
Museum für Naturkunde Berlin
Ruhr-University Bochum
School of Medical Sciences

Anatomy and Embryology

Embryological Collection

Department of Anatomy and Molecular Embryology

Dr. Mark Hill
Prof. Christoph Viebahn
Dr. Peter Giere
Prof. Beate Brand-Saberi
Australia
Germany
Germany
Germany

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Kyoto University
Charité Universitätsmedizin Berlin
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Graduate School of Medicine

Oral Structural Biology

Department of Anatomy and Embryology

Morphological Science Department

Prof. Shigehito Yamada
Prof. Ralf Radlanski
Prof. José F. Rodríguez-Vázquez
Prof. Rosa Mirapeix
Japan
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Institute of Genetic Medicine

Faculty of Dentistry

Human Developmental Anatomy Center

Amsterdam University
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University of British Columbia
National Museum of Health and Medicine
Prof. Maurice van den Hoff
Prof. Susan Lindsay
Prof. Virginia Diewert
Ms Elizabeth Lockett
Netherlands
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About the Consortium

21 Nov 2018

This resource, human-embryology.org is the website of the Digital Embryology Consortium, which was established in 2014. The official opening of the Consortium was held at the University of Göttingen on April 8th 2015.

The objective of this international partnership is to digitise, preserve, and make available for researchers the major embryology histological collections.

The collection curators will hold a complete digital copy of their collection and control all online copyright, citation and further reuse. The research project is not intended to alter or change any existing controls that are held over these invaluable collections. An internet name, human-embryology.org, was chosen to remove any re-association of the existing collections.This is a collaborative research website between contributing institutions and researchers.


News - October 2018 - The scanner is currently located in Berlin for digitisation of the Radlanski Collection.

The DEC scanner in 2017-18 completed the digitisation of the MfM Embryological Collection.
The DEC scanner between 2015-17 completed the Blechschmidt Collection and Hinrichsen Collection.


For further information please contact Dr Mark Hill.     User Help - DEC Log in  |  Image Server Log in


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