Doc Dissections

Get in touch with your inner scientist and dissect an organ (a heart, an eye, or a brain) individually, in a pair, or as a group of four. Get guidance from a doctor and one of The Health Museum’s science educators and learn about the organ’s anatomy and how to keep a healthy body.

Pricing varies depending on the size of the dissection group.

Dates & Tickets

March 2BrainDr. Uribe
March 16BrainDr. Dimino
April 6KidneyDr. Wood
April 13HeartDr. Wood
April 27KidneyDr. Wood
May 4EyeDr. Dimino
May 18EyeDr. Dimino
Click on the date of the dissection to get your tickets

Meet Our Doctors

Rakhi Dimino, MD

Medical Director of Operations
Ob Hospitalist Group

Dr. Dimino is passionate about reducing maternal mortality and morbidity by increasing access to superior health care for all women and their unborn babies. Dr. Dimino has had an active role with the Texas Medical Association for more than a decade and currently serves on their Committee on Reproductive, Women’s and Perinatal Health.

Dr. Varsha Podduturi

Deputy Medical Examiner,
Fort Bend County Medical Examiner’s Office

Dr. Podduturi attended Texas Tech University where she received both her undergraduate degree in Finance and her Medical degree. She completed a residency in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology at the Baylor University Medical Center and a Forensic Pathology fellowship at the Southwestern Institute of Forensic Science.

Dr. Paul Uribe

Deputy Chief Medical Examiner,
Fort Bend County Medical Examiner’s Office

Dr. Uribe graduated from the Army Medical Department’s Intermediate Level Education and Medical Management of Biological and Chemical Casualties Course. He retired from active duty with nearly 24 years of service. He is board certified in anatomic, clinical, and forensic pathology and carries medical licensure in eight states. He has multiple publications and numerous presentations at international conferences.

Dr. Jonathan Zalamea

Family Medicine, Primary Care & Sports Medicine
Houston Methodist

Dr. Zalamea is a team doctor for Prairie View A&M, Langham Creek High School, and Waller High School. He is passionate about education, and involvement with the Houston Methodist Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship and Texas A&M College of Medicine. He founded Future Doctors, an educational program aimed at inspiring underserved high school students to pursue a career in medicine.

I really enjoyed being able to get up-close with an organ in a very interactive way. There’s always something new and exciting to learn.

Doc Dissections participant
When Saturday – Saturday March 2 – May 18 Where The Health Museum
1515 Hermann Drive
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