- An·dre·as [ahn-dre-ahs] /ɑnˈdrɛ ɑs/, 1514–64, Flemish anatomist.
- Andreas (anˈdreːas). 1514–64, Flemish anatomist, whose De Humani Corporis fabrica (1543) formed the basis of modern anatomical research and medicine
- Flemish anatomist and surgeon who is considered the founder of modern anatomy and who wrote On the Structure of the Human Body (1543).
- Flemish anatomist and surgeon who is considered the father of modern anatomy. His rigorous descriptions of the structure of the human body, based on his own personal dissections of cadavers, established a new level of clarity and accuracy in the study of human anatomy.