All faculty members in the Department of Cellular Biology and Anatomy are engaged in our educational mission.
We are involved in the continuum of teaching from didactic sessions in large group settings to one-on-one teaching in laboratories. Some faculty members deliver lectures and oversee laboratory activities in the anatomical sciences (human gross anatomy, medical histology, development, neuroanatomy) for medical students, medical illustration students, allied health science students (physician assistant, occupational therapy, physical therapy), and students in the respiratory therapy and nursing anesthesia programs.
Other faculty direct and deliver lectures in the graduate Molecular Cell Biology course offered as part of the core curriculum to all PhD Biomedical Sciences Program students; we teach many of the other graduate courses offered through the College of Graduate Studies.
Our teaching also extends to laboratory rotations for graduate students interested in pursuing research in the dynamic field of cell biology. We welcome you to our PhD Program in Cellular Biology and Anatomy.