Hello and welcome! Over the last couple of years of studying I've been fortunate enough, through knowledgeable colleagues and my own searches, to have come across a variety of websites that I have found to be useful study aids for simplifying or elaborating on concepts learned in lectures and labs.
Finding useful websites through Google can be time consuming and inefficient. The aim of this site is to bring together useful, freely accessible medical/health science related websites and study tools, to make it easier to access different options for augmenting understanding of your coursework, and solidifying concepts. I've used these sites to help with my medical course, but they are equally useful for pre-med students, or anyone in other health-related courses.
I'll keep adding bits and pieces as I come across them, let me know through the contact page if you have/find a website that you think should be added. I hope you find this collection as useful as I have!
The above image is by Dwayne Reed. It is a parasagittal MRI of the head in a patient with benign familial macrocephaly. CC-BY-SA-3.0. Released under the GNU Free documentation license, via wikimedia commons.