Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Kosice - Faculty of Medicine


Department of Anatomy

Šrobárova 2, 041 80 Košice Slovenská verzia

The Department of Anatomy has an incremental role in teaching and training of future doctors and dentists at the Faculty of Medicine of the Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice. The Department is involved in several award-winning educational projects to enhance the quality of our academic staff and teaching methods. With an increasing number of collaborations and partnerships with other universities of which some are abroad, the Department belongs one of the best at the Faculty.

Research activities held at this Department are no less important and we are currently focusing on the study of mechanisms of drug resistance under the physiological and pathological conditions in human tumours and tumours of experimental animals. Apart from that, academic personnel at the Department is conducting the study of participation of MAO in the reproductive process of experimental animals and the study of NO-dependent morphological structures in CNS under physiological conditions and after prenatal affecting by the vitamin A.

Working hours

doc. MUDr. Ingrid Hodorová, PhD.
Head of the Department of Anatomy

Monday from 13:30 – 15:00 h

The appointment is to be arranged with secretary of the department. N° 055/234 3215


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How to access the Department of Anatomy

  • from the Kostlivého Street, or
  • through a separate entrance from the Šrobárova street, or
  • through the entrance of the UPJŠ Rectorate building.

Sections of the Department of Anatomy

  • on the ground floor – section A, there are dissection rooms, training rooms, the osteology study room 1, laboratory for research, and cleaner´s room
  • on the first floor – section C, there is the Secretariat of the Department of Anatomy, office of the Head of the Department and teaching staff offices; in section D – research laboratories, seminar rooms 1 and 2, and osteology study room 2 (in seminar room 2).


Last update: 11.11.2019