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
I currently teach Basic Human Anatomy at St. Louis University.
In the past I taught a model- and prosection- based undergraduate laboratory for undergraduate students at the University of Missouri:
Human Gross Anatomy Laboratory for undergrads at Mizzou
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.