Newswise — The partnership between AAA and ADInstruments supports the organization’s multi-year strategic plan to advance education and research in anatomy, biology, and health-related fields and connect the global community of anatomical scientists, educators, and students through virtual learning opportunities. As part of the partnership, ADInstruments will provide an Innovation Scholarship to an AAA member to attend the Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology (EB), April 27-30, 2021.

“AAA continues to evolve as an organization to better meet the needs of members and other scientific stakeholders in the anatomy community,” said Shawn Boynes, FASAE, CAE, Executive Director, AAA. “With a new name, brand identity, and Board-approved strategic plan, partnering with ADInstruments not only is a great way to be more inclusive by working with industry to provide quality content and resources, but to also support the mission and goals of the society. We look forward to building a long-term relationship with them”

"ADInstruments is proud to announce our new partnership with the AAA as part of our ongoing commitment to supporting anatomy educators and anatomical scientists,” said Alex Black, Chief Executive Officer, ADInstruments. “Everything we do at ADInstruments is all about making science easier and we hope that through this partnership we can assist the AAA with its mission to advance anatomical science through research, education, and professional development."

More details on AAA’s strategic partnership opportunities can be found here: https://anatomy.org/supporters

About AAA: The American Association for Anatomy is an international membership organization of biomedical researchers and educators specializing in the structural foundation of health and disease. AAA connects gross anatomists, neuroscientists, developmental biologists, physical anthropologists, cell biologists, physical therapists, and others to advance the anatomical sciences through research, education, and professional development. To join, visit anatomy.org.