The International Federation of Association of Anatomists (IFAA) is nearly 100 years old. It established several specific Committees dealing with matters suchas Terminology, Publishing or Education. It held its last meeting in Romein September 1999.
The American Association of Anatomists (AAA) is the largest of its kind in the world. Its philosophy towards Morphology is similar to that of EFEM.
The English page of the Japanese Association of Anatomists.
The International Society for Plastination provides a technical platform for many professionals in Gross Anatomy.
From São Paulo, the Sociedade Brasileira de Anatomia posts an interesting and rapidly growing Website (in Portuguese). A nice way to stimulate exchanges...
TEPARG (The Trans-European Pedagogic Anatomical Research Group) aims to foster evidence-based teaching in anatomical sciences.
Ronja Struck regularly writes about her journey as PhD student in anatomical sciences on her neuroblastoma biology blog.
Don't be mistaken: in spite of its name, GlobalAnatomy is "only" the very interesting site of the Department of Anatomy of the University of Wisconsin Medical School.