One who specializes in the study of Anatomy.

Anatomists almost always have boosted intelligence and memory capabilities. They are experts on dissection techniques, gross anatomy, neuroanatomy, physiology, histology, cytology, and bionano augmentation and bioborgization. They are highly knowledgeable about the organization and function of the various organs, tissues, and bodily parts, as well as how they can be augmented. Most anatomists have extensive implants and databases that give them an encyclopedic knowledge of the internal structure and composition of millions of different species; the understanding of their evolutionary pathways; the affect of and compatibility or incompatibility with various biotech, bionano, and bioborg components; the ability to interface with cells, organs and tissues via their own bionano and bioborg augments; and so on. They can often identify a rare or unfamiliar phenotype from a single microscopic tissue sample, and are in demand in medical institutions, hospitals, forensic departments, biomedical teams, research teams, and so on.
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Text by M. Alan Kazlev, modified from the original write-up by Robert J. Hall
Initially published on 16 September 2001.