Professor Anne Agur
B.Sc.O.T; M.Sc; Ph.D.
Medical Sciences Building, Room 1158
University of Toronto
Website: Musculoskeletal Anatomy Lab
Professor Agur completed her M.Sc. and later a PhD degree in anatomy at the University of Toronto. She teaches Anatomy, Histology, Neuroanatomy and Embryology. Anne is course director of the Physical and Occupational Therapy Gross Anatomy courses and also contributes to the anatomy course in the Structure and Function block and the Neuroanatomy course of the Brain and Behaviour block of first year medicine. She is the current editor of "Grant’s Atlas of Anatomy" and a co-author of "Essential Clinical Anatomy" with Professor Emeritus K.L. Moore. Her research interests include skeletal muscle form and function, clinically applied Neuroanatomy, and Anatomy education.
Gross Anatomy for Physical Therapy (Part of
Module 2: Cardiorespiratory and Exercise Physical Therapy and Module 3:
Musculoskeletal Physical Therapy)ANA120Y
Anatomy for Occupational Therapy (Part of Unit 2: Person and Environment)
Graduate Faculty Member
Institute of Medical Science (IMS)
Graduate Department Rehabilitation Sciences (GDRS)