Graduate Program in Clinical Anatomy

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Current Graduate Students

Students currently enrolled in the Graduate Program in Clinical Anatomy include:

williams,-sutton.jpgSutton R. Williams

  • Hometown: Holland, MI
  • Degree:  BA, Hope College
  • Year in program: Fourth year
  • Research project or dissertation research: Educational Outcomes Associated With Utilizing Prosections as Teaching Tools in the Medical Gross Anatomy Laboratory
  • Research mentor:Dr. Allan Sinning
  • Teaching assignment: Teaching assistant for master’s level Essentials of Anatomy course
  • Desired career: Faculty member at a teaching intensive university

meyer,-edgar12181701web.jpgEdgar R. Meyer

  • Hometown:  Merigold, MS
  • Degrees:  BS in Biology, BA in Classical Studies, Millsaps College; MAT, Delta State University
  • Year in program:  Third year
  • Research project or dissertation research: The Impact of 3D Stereoscopic Models on Medical Students' and Residents' Learning and Retention, with a focus on 3D models of the middle and inner ear and the construction of an evaluation instrument for measuring their validity
  • Research mentor:  Dr. Dongmei Cui
  • Teaching assignment:  Teaching assistant in dental gross anatomy
  • Desired caree: Assistant professor of clinical anatomy/anatomical sciences at an academic medical center in the Southeast

robertson,-ellen12181703web.jpgEllen M. Robertson

  • Hometown: Madison, MS
  • Degrees: BA, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; MSOT, Spalding University
  • Year in program: Third year
  • Dissertation research: The impact of prior anatomy experience on anatomy coursework in professional school
  • Research mentor: Dr. Andrew Notebaert
  • Teaching assignment: Medical histology
  • Desired career: Faculty position within occupational and physical therapy

klender,-sara12181703web.jpgSara M. Klender

  • Hometown: Fowlerville, MI
  • Degree: BS, Grand Valley State University
  • Year in program: Second year
  • Research project or dissertation research: I am investigating the value of traditional lecture by gathering information about students’ perception of traditional lecture and assessing knowledge retention of lecture content.
  • Research mentor: Dr. Andrew Notebaert
  • Teaching assignment: Teaching assistant for Medical Neuroscience and Behavior, Medical Histology and Cell Biology
  • Desired career: Undergraduate professor of anatomy

mueller,-caroline12181701web.jpgCaroline M. Mueller

  • Hometown: Cincinnati, OH
  • Degree: BS, Bellarmine University
  • Year in program: First year
  • Research project or dissertation research: Analysis of Anatomy Education-Based Job Openings
  • Research mentor:Dr. Andrew Notebaert
  • Teaching assignment: N/A
  • Desired career: Undergraduate professor