Education and Training
The majority of IAA members have advanced academic degrees in medical, dental, and allied health fields. Many have an extensive art background in addition to the medical sciences. Individuals interested in a career in anaplastology should go to the Board for Certification in Clinical Anaplastology for specific coursework which can prepare an individual for entry level positions. Below you can pursue descriptions of academic programs and associations that offer either degree programs or coursework applicable to the field of anaplastology within the framework of their curricula. Please contact these programs directly for more information. While there is no dedicated college level degree program for the position and title of anaplastologist, there is course curricula that supply some but not all of the training required to be a Certified Clinical Anaplastologist and work professionally.
These programs lead to a degree or certificate in:
The following is a list of training opportunities (listed in alphabetical order):
*If you are aware of any other programs, please contact us.