By Saabira A. on 21. May 2021 for Connective Tissue
It really allowed me to understand the tricky areas in my book. Also, I prefer watching videos to reading, so this allowed me to keep on track with my revision. Lastly, I really like how the lecturer provides context and explanations for the things he mentions. It's not really something I get in school.
By Przemys?aw R. on 28. January 2021 for 3 Types of Cartilages
All of the lectures by prof. Meyer are absolute blast and great experience.
Great way of teaching
By Otaru O. on 17. November 2020 for Connective Tissue
A good way of showing us how connective tissue are classified and their function
By Mauricio S. on 30. October 2020 for 3 Types of Cartilages
Hola! No han solucionado el problema y se los avisaron hace 4 meses. 4 months ago Soe S. said you that the transcription has a problem of 1 minute of length.
Awesome Explanation,Little bit slow
By Раман Т. on 11. August 2020 for Connective Tissue
Awesome Explanation,Little bit slow And Less note But Hope For Improving...
By Bryson G. on 29. July 2020 for How Are Connective Tissues Classified?
Outstanding review of connective tissue! These videos are helping me get so much more out of my studies!
amazing histology lectures
By Hanka M. on 26. May 2020 for 3 Types of Cartilages
Everything was clearly explained, especially helpful in the times of the pandemic. Thank you very much professor!
Great deconstruction of connective tissue
By Eleonora M. on 05. March 2020 for Connective Tissue
best way to explain the mesenchyme, introducing stem cells and stressing most important points
Stem cells, Perycites, Epithelial cells or Smooth muscle cells.
By Eleonora M. on 02. March 2020 for Cells: Adult Stem Cell Niches, Lymphocyte and Plasma Cell
Really found this clear and I have learned that there are compartments of stem cells in our body (intestine and perycites)
By Emilio L. on 13. February 2020 for Connective Tissue
He explains slowly and with good examples. I can notice his expertise in this area. I really like his lectures!
By Stephanie B. on 02. August 2019 for Connective Tissue
I found Lecturio on Youtube and I enjoyed the way the information is presented in each video. This allows me to follow along.
Classification of connective tissue by function
By Togi S. on 09. June 2019 for How Are Connective Tissues Classified?
CT proper: mesenchyme, lax fibrillary, dense fibrillary, reticular, elastic, adipose and pigment.
Supporting CT: cartilage and bone.
Trophic CT: blood and lymph.
By Victoria W. on 10. March 2019 for Connective Tissue
Dr. Meyer has really interesting lectures and makes Histology fun! I think his pacing works well, and he has a natural and straightforward way of explaining concepts.
Great course but title organization is weird
By Ben N. on 16. November 2018 for Connective Tissue
Very good course and explanations.
I am just wondering why lecturio organizes epithelial tissue videos under the subtopic connective tissue, that is a bit confusing.
By shukri h. on 11. August 2018 for Introduction to the Connective Tissue
very good lecture i thoroughly enjoyed watching and learning the content.
By Marco A. on 06. August 2018 for Connective Tissue
I really like the lecturer, and I cannot understand those for think it is too fast. One can pause and ponder and a lecture cannot replace textbook work. He speaks clearly and unbelievable structured.
By kseniya v. on 16. June 2018 for 3 Types of Cartilages
Solid review and helpful information in regards to histology. The slides are helpful
Not bad but can be better
By sabri aykut H. on 27. March 2018 for Connective Tissue
Not bad but can be better. And also more inclusive
Easy to understand
By Saif K. on 17. December 2017 for Connective Tissue
Lecturer was great and explained histology in a fantastically simple way
By may z. on 04. December 2017 for Connective Tissue
i like these lectures, because it saved me at the exam that i had last week, i got 8, so it's perfect, i didn't like the book i didn't understand anything.
By Abolfazl G. on 03. October 2017 for Connective Tissue
Hi. I got to know your training program via YouTube and I became very interested.
By Selina M. on 27. September 2017 for Connective Tissue
Excellent overall! Superior to my histology presentation in medical school.
A great Aussie lecturer!
By Nguyen Thanh T. on 23. September 2017 for Connective Tissue
I like the way he associates and repeats the information and knowledge. It is very clear, easy for the students to understand. I also like his Aussie accent!
Your histo lectures are awesome
By Laura P. on 16. June 2017 for Connective Tissue
I really enjoy to listen your lectures.
Are awesome because you can understand everything.
In my opinion sometimes are missing few things but nothing to compare with the whole lecture!!!
THanks dr. Geoffrey Meyer
By Denise C. on 02. May 2017 for Connective Tissue
I didn't like because (comparing to microbiology) he speaks faster and the resources are poor. To much information without a satisfactory resource. I did graduated in 2009, so it was a long time ago to remember histology. I need to check every detail so it was hard to follow.
Good and I think it's from a great lecturer
By tobias m. on 24. April 2017 for Connective Tissue
It's very good and I think I have learnt a lot and I will like to watch the other videos.
The most clear and concise Histology lecture that I've ever seen.
By Napas W. on 09. March 2017 for Connective Tissue
Very beautiful picture and nice identify the cell.
I really like this lecture .
By Darian S. on 22. February 2017 for Connective Tissue
simple to understand and straight to the point......loved it
By Ivan P. on 20. February 2017 for Connective Tissue
It was very simple, the explanation is ideal for those who are starting on the subject and the images are awesome