Graduate Program in Clinical Anatomy

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Current Graduate Students

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

robertson,-ellen12181703web.jpgEllen M. Robertson

  • Hometown: Madison, MS
  • Degrees: BA, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; MSOT, Spalding University
  • Year in program: Fourth year
  • Dissertation research: The impact of prior anatomy experience on anatomy coursework in professional school
  • Research mentor: Dr. Andrew Notebaert
  • Teaching assignment: ANAT 611 - Medical Gross Anatomy; ANAT 743 - Pedagogy in the Health Sciences
  • 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: Third year
  • Research project or dissertation research: Professional Students' Fear of Death and Performance in a Cadavic Gross Anatomy Course
  • Research mentor: Dr. Erin Dehon
  • Teaching assignment: ANAT 615 - Medical Neuroscience and Behavior; ANAT 613 - Medical Histology and Cell Biology
  • Desired career: Anatomy faculty position

mueller,-caroline12181701web.jpgCaroline M. Mueller

  • Hometown: Cincinnati, OH
  • Degree: BS, Bellarmine University
  • Year in program: Second year
  • Research project or dissertation research: Analysis of Anatomy Education-Based Job Openings
  • Research mentor:  Dr. Andrew Notebaert
  • Teaching assignment: ANAT 611 - Gross Anatomy; ANAT 615 - Medical Neuroscience and Behavior
  • Desired career: Undergraduate professor

Alex RothAlex Roth

  • Hometown: Celina, OH
  • Degree: BS, Biology, Ohio Northern University; MS, Biology - HAS, Northern Illinois University
  • Year in program: First year
  • Research project or dissertation research: Effect of Mindset and Stress on Medical Student Performance
  • Research mentor: Dr. Audra Schaefer
  • Teaching assignment: N/A
  • Desired career: Graduate-level professor of gross and developmental anatomy

Andrew FerribyAndrew C. Ferriby

  • Hometown: Troy, MI
  • Degree: BS, Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, Ohio State University
  • Year in program: First year
  • Research project or dissertation research: Investigating disparities between first and second order question types on laboratory practical examinations in the medical gross anatomy course.
  • Research mentor: Dr. Allan Sinning
  • Teaching assignment: N/A
  • Desired career: Anatomy teaching faculty for medical and graduate students