EB Education and Teaching Sessions

EB 2012  ~  EB 2011


AAA Annual Meeting/EB 2012

The Facts about Formaldehyde: What Every Anatomist Should Know
Rebecca Fisher, Ph.D.
University of Arizona

Occupational Formaldehyde Exposure and Cancer Risk
Laura Beane Freeman, Ph.D.
National Cancer Institute

Assessing Formaldehyde Exposure in your Gross Lab:  Occupational Exposure Limits and Best Practices Julia Rosen
University of Arizona

Bibliography of Articles on Formaldehyde compiled by Mr. Frank Demer and Dr. Rebecca Fisher

Engineering Controls to Reduce Formaldehyde Exposures: What works, what doesn’t, and why? |
Frank Demer
University of Arizona

Effectiveness, Adaptation, and Health Risks of Embalming Fluids: Just What is the Solution?
Kate Sparey, Ph.D.
Centre for Comparative and Clinical Anatomy
 


AAA Annual Meeting/EB 2011

Click here for summaries of the PowerPoint and PDF presentations from EB 2011

Master Class: The Neural Crest & Placodes

Darrell Evans, Ph.D. & Drew Noden, Ph.D.
Brighton & Sussex Medical School & Cornell University

Riding the Crest and Bringing Students With You
Darrell Evans, Ph.D.
Brighton & Sussex Medical School
D.Evans@bsms.ac.uk

Anatomy Education Research in the Undergraduate Setting

Valerie O'Loughlin, Ph.D. & Mark Terrell, Ed.D.
Indiana University-Bloomington & Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine

Developing Metacognative Skills Through the Use of Blogs in an Upper-level Undergraduate Anatomy Course
Valerie O'Loughlin, Ph.D.
Indiana University-Bloomington
vdean@indiana.edu

Collaborative Testing: An Opportunity for Student-centered Feedback and Peer Learning
Mark Terrell, Ed.D.
Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine
mterrell@lecom.edu

Evaluation of a Computer Assisted Learning Resource in an Undergraduate Anatomy Course
Allison Doubleday, Ph.D.
University of Illinois at Chicago
adouble@uic.edu

Refresher Course: From Neonate to Adolescent: Anatomy Grows Up

Anne Gilroy, Ph.D. & David Bolender, Ph.D.
University of Massachusetts Medical School & Medical College of Wisconsin

Good Things Come in Small Packages - Unique Neonatal Anatomic Features
Michael Hirsh, M.D.

Why Anatomy of the Growing Child Differs from the Adult
Peter Dangerfield, M.D.

American Association of Anatomists

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