Teaching

I currently teach dissection-based gross anatomy to students at various levels through the Center for Anatomical Science and Education (CASE) at Saint Louis University. 

Disection-based Medical Anatomy

I currently teach dissection-based gross anatomy to medical, and allied health students at Saint Louis University. Previously, I taught:

  • Clinically Oriented Human Anatomy, (including neuroanatomy) for first-year medical students at the University of Missouri School of Medicine

  • Gross Anatomy for first-year students of podiatry at the Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine

  • Anatomy of the Lower Extremity for students at the KSU College of Podiatric Medicine

Undergraduate Anatomy

I currently teach a model- and prosection- based undergraduate laboratory for undergraduate students at the University of Missouri:

  • Human Gross Anatomy Laboratory for undergrads at Mizzou

Biological Anthropology

I taught two undergraduate courses at Kent State University:

  • Introduction to Human Evolution, a broad survey course in genetics, primatology, and human origins for undergraduates    

  • Issues in Human Evolution, an undergraduate lab course in biological anthropology

Other Teaching Experiences

  • 2012-2013 Coordinator (Kent State University Department of Anthropology). Issues in Human Evolution. Syllabus Fall 2015

  • 2012 Content Creator (Kent State University Department of Anthropology). Issues in Human Evolution Distance Learning Lab.