Mr Fraser Chisholm

Mr Fraser Chisholm
Prosector



Fraser Chisholm graduated with a BSc in Human Anatomy from the University of Dundee in 2007. Since then he has gained experience working both Veterinary and Human Anatomy Departments.

Fraser joined St Andrews University in September 2012 with the remit of updating the Anatomy department's prosection collection as well as assisting in technical duties. Since then Fraser has taken on increasing teaching responsabilities on both the BSc Medicine and ScotGEM courses

School Roles:

  • Teaching of Anatomy via Lectures and practicals
  • Creation of high quality Prosections for use in the teaching of Medical Undergraduates, Post graduates and Allied Health Professionals.
  • Overseeing technical activity in the Dissection Room
  • Maintenance and Preservation of Human Anatomical Material.
  • Maintenance of accurate records in accordance with Human Tissue (Scotland) Act 2006
data source: symbiosis

Research Overview from research@st-andrews

Recent publications listed in research@st-andrews
4  (of 4 published available) for fcc2. (source: University of St Andrews PURE)
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Identifying the emergence of the superficial peroneal nerve through deep fascia on ultrasound and by dissection James Simeon Bowness, Katie Turnbull, Alasdair Taylor, Jayne Halcrow, Fraser Chisholm, Calum Grant, Ourania Varsou
Clinical Anatomy  vol.Early View 
Identifying variant anatomy during ultrasound-guided regional anaesthesia James Simeon Bowness, Katie Turnbull, Alasdair Taylor, Jayne Halcrow, Pavan Raju, Ayman Mustafa, Fraser Chisholm, Ourania Varsou, Calum Grant
British Journal of Anaesthesia 2019 vol.122 pp.e75-e77
Sharps injuries during dissection Jakub Foytl, Fraser Chisholm, Ourania Varsou
Anatomical Sciences Education  vol.Early View 
Resin-embedded anatomical cross-sections as a teaching adjunct for medical curricula Fraser Chisholm, Ourania Varsou
Journal of Anatomy 2018 vol.233 pp.98-105