Total average


Learning Materials ( 89.6 )
Learning Activities ( 85.8 )
Blackboard Management ( 87.8 )
Course Content ( 90.2 )
Course Structure ( 92.4 )
Contact Availability ( 84 )
Course Difficulty ( 89 )

Reviews (5)

BIOM3002 – Human Biomedical Anatomy 91.6

Fantastic course! Of course you need to be on top of the content however the dissections are so incredibly helpful and the course is really well set out. I enjoyed learning under Oliver (the course coordinator)! His exam questions are also pretty easy if you stay on top of content. The guest lectures and histology require a bit of memorisation so I'd recommend looking at that weekly. Really enjoyed the GAF. And the tutors were so incredibly helpful.

Semester taken

Semester 1 - 2022

Your program/major


Is lecture attendance necessary?

No but you have to watch them

Is the textbook necessary?

Yes. The exam is based on the atlas.

  • Fantastic Lecturers
  • Amazing opportunities
  • Memorisation
Posted on June 27, 2022 7:27 pm
BIOM3002 – Human Biomedical Anatomy 78.4


> New Coordinator: Lost the awesome Estifanos ---> Some Italian guy (tip: He wont follow through and get you the 'little canalino coffee' he promises if you answer a question in the lecture)
> Embryology in a separate lecture stream (Brian Key did really well w/ this). Only assessed in the spotter midterm and NOT in the final.
> Histology done well (Kristy)
> Histopathology was a curse! Really badly taught (heaps of content crammed into the lectures!) by Glenda. Hard exam questions in the final.
> Theory was hard. Final spotter easy.

Semester taken

Semester 1 - 2015

Your program/major

BSc (Biomed)

Is lecture attendance necessary?


Is the textbook necessary?


  • Histology (esp. final spotter)
  • Overlap from BIOM2020
  • Embryology only in midsem
  • Coordinator can be hard to understand
  • Histopathology
  • Theory exam.
Posted on July 14, 2015 11:12 pm
BIOM3002 – Human Biomedical Anatomy 99.7

One of the best courses at UQ!!!! Amazing lecturers (especially Estifanos!!!!) and super interesting content, pracs are awesome and well structured and tutors are also great! A must for any student hoping to pursue Medicine in the future. Content is taught a bit fast so it is imperative to keep on top of everything for success in this course. Overall, one of my absolute favourite courses at UQ.

PS. I feel sorry for all future BIOM3002 students as you won't have the awesome Estifanos as a lecturer since he's leaving UQ this year! He is/was definitely one of the best lecturers at UQ, nay, in the whole WORLD! :P

Semester taken

Semester 1 - 2014

Your program/major


  • Great lecturers
  • Interesting lecture content
  • Would be good if students got more notes/info on how to use the dissection kit/blades - half the time in pracs I and my other group mates had no idea which scalpel/blade was appropriate for dissections.
Posted on July 8, 2014 4:02 pm
BIOM3002 – Human Biomedical Anatomy 76.5

Epic course. Never studied and got great marks.
Perfect for cramming.

Semester taken

Semester 2 - 2012

  • good cramming subject
  • easy material
Negatives No negative points
Posted on February 27, 2014 9:03 pm
BIOM3002 – Human Biomedical Anatomy 96.7

This is the best undergraduate course i did at uq. The knowledge taught inside the lectures is reinforced with a two stage prac. One stage consists of your prac group (4-6 people) completing a quiz/prac booklet on the knowledge taught the week before. The other stage is performing a dissection within your group (on a human cadaver), which helps students learn and visualize human anatomy. Despite the content during lectures being taught at light speed, the course is quite easy to understand and pick up as long as you complete the work presented in the pracs, as they help to consolidate and clarify course content.

  • Amazing Prac tutors
  • Coordinators rapidly respond to emails
  • Easier final exam
  • Taught at a very fast pace
  • Hard spotter exams
Posted on February 16, 2014 10:11 am

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