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The Anatomical Education Program was created in 1903 by the Indiana General Assembly to ensure the quality of education for medical, dental, and allied health students across the State of Indiana. This program is administered by Indiana University School of Medicine and is authorized to provide for the acquisition and distribution of donated human remains as well as the formulation of standards for the use of donated human remains.
Indiana University School of Medicine Anatomical Education Program is a body donation organization based in Indianapolis, Indiana.Donating your body to science for medical research, training, or special needs like forensic testing is one of the most meaningful and cost-effective after-death funeral options a person can choose. You should take care in evaluating all of your body donation options, and when possible, pre-enrolling in one. Always make a back-up plan, though, since sometimes bodies aren't accepted and you and your family will need to know how to proceed with your death-care.