The Pathology & Toxicology Museum

This museum contains various pathological samples of different parts of the human body. These are samples of inflammations, necrosis and tumors; as well as samples of various body tissues. All these samples are held in glass containers, so that they can remain and be maintained for longer periods of time. Additionally, there are sample embryos of different ages.
The main purpose of this museum is to help FMHS students to study the shape of tumors and inflammations and will be able to identify the pathological case through its visible shape. An electronic presentations system has been introduced to present pathology slides via modern networked computers so that they are affordable and accessible by students in a simplified manner.


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.