general mission is the efficient and essential education of medical anatomy
science courses as one of the basic courses for different medical disciplines
so as to equip professional and undergraduate students, after entering the
clinical course and postgraduate students after graduation, with anatomical and
This entails theoretical and practical
training of research methods in various fields of anatomical sciences including
anatomy and histology and medical embryology as one of the basic disciplines in
medical sciences and conducting human and animal research in various fields of
anatomical sciences including anatomy, tissue embryology and embryology based
on regional and national priorities.
entails providing and training specialized and efficient personnel including
faculty members, research experts and support forces to achieve the goals and
missions of the Department of Anatomy Sciences.
Sciences Department will work with continuous efforts to purposefully develop
anatomical science knowledge by considering national-regional and university
policies and using advanced technologies and new educational and research
methods to improve the quantity and quality of the department's educational and
research level. It aims at becoming one of the leading departments in the field
of anatomy in the country within the framework of the schedule.
this regard, the perspective is defined in the following areas:
Number of faculty members.
Educational-research facilities of the department.
Non-faculty human resources.
Establishing new disciplines.
5. Setting up
Increasing the number of students and improving the quality of education at the
existing and projected levels.
Setting up knowledge-based companies.
Receiving extracurricular assistance for educational and research affairs.
Holding workshops and retraining courses.
in public health education.
Promotion of the faculty members of the department.
Upgrading the rank and educational-research position of the Anatomy Sciences Department
Having committed, efficient and specialized faculty members with various
2. Having capable faculty members with
a variety of work experiences.
Enjoying extensive research fields.
Having specialized postgraduate degrees.
interested and talented students.
Enjoying participatory management.
Enjoying empathy and high spirit of interaction and cooperation within the department
and outside the department.
Having a strategic plan.
Proper benefit of intra-department and extra-department cooperation.
10. High number of
articles published in prestigious national and international scientific and research
Having the ability to accept tuition-paying and non-Iranian students.
Having the spirit of interaction with industries and knowledge-based centers.
Having interested and hard-working non-faculty personnel in the department.
Inadequacy of laboratory spaces.
2. Limitation of physical space.
Inadequacy of existing facilities with the capabilities of faculty members.
Limitation of research facilities.
5. Lack of an
efficient system for educational and research support.
Disproportion between competencies and department support policies.
Uncertainty of educational and research credits of the department.
Lack of educational and research expert in the department.
communication with industrial centers and knowledge base.
Insufficient communication with other universities inside and outside the
Positive attitude and view of the officials of the school and the university
and the relevant ministry towards the goals of educational and research
development of the department.
Material and spiritual support of the school and university officials for the
educational and research priorities of the department.
Continuous call-for-service for faculty members at the university.
coordination with school and university management.
Existence of basic sciences faculty members in the top management levels of the
Possibility of communication with foreign universities.
7. Existence of
numerous research and knowledge-based centers in the country.
Predicting the quantitative and qualitative development of higher education and
research in national development programs and macro documents.
Insufficient material and spiritual support of the school and university
officials for the educational and research priorities of the department.
Inadequate management in allocating funds, purchasing and distributing
equipment and educational and research facilities.
Lack of proper stability in macro policies regarding educational and research
Impossibility of development planning.