Founded in November 2016, the Liverpool Veterinary Anatomy Society (LVAS) is the first student-led educational anatomy society for a UK vet school.
Its aim is to think 'outside the box' when it comes to learning veterinary anatomy, making it more varied, interactive and creative.
With continued support from teaching staff, this innovative society strived to develop appealing learning resources for the students alongside creating opportunities for anatomy to be revised through less traditional methods.
LVAS has developed rapidly within a matter of months, and is now comprised of four dedicated committee members alongside supporting student members. Society concepts have been contributed by staff, the committee and from the student body, with the general mission to diversify anatomy education.