FMHS Morgue

The morgue is one of the most important departments in FMHS. It has been supplied with educational Plastinated Cadavers. These are real corpus that were injected with preservatives and were processed by specialized labs in Germany for more than 18 months at very high cost. These corpus mark a key step forward in medical education so that students will be able to identify various components of the human body in a clear, precious and tangible manner. Additionally, the morgue was equipped with visual equipment such as screens and data show projectors to make it easy for the student to understand scientific courses.


The Medical Education Development Centre (MEDC) was established by the decision of the Sana’a University Rector No. 672 of 2002. It marks an important event at FMHS since it is competent to review FMHS curricula and train FMHS teachers on the development of educational programs and on modern methods in the teaching and learning processes. Its duties include promoting the development and implementation of the Continuing Education Plan. This center oversees the Quality Assurance & Academic Accreditation Unit and the Sana’a University Journal of Medical Sciences.