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Miller Presents at American Association of Anatomists Meeting

By Sue Ann Miller, Biology
Posted May 15, 2010
Tags Biology Faculty
Sue Ann Miller, professor of biology, presented a paper at the annual meeting of the American Association of Anatomists held with the Federation of American Societies of Experimental Biology [FASEB] April 24-28 in Anaheim, Calif. Her presentation, "Exercises to encourage analytical skills and enrich understanding in a pre-baccalaureate anatomy course” shared some of the exercises she has created while teaching Vertebrate Organization, Hamilton’s “anatomy” course over three decades at the college. An abstract is published in the FASEB Journal.

This multidisciplinary meeting was attended by more than 11,000 international scientists.

Miller featured exercises that help students develop analytical and oral presentation skills to demonstrate that professors who teach pre-medical students teach more than anatomy that is cut-name-memorize-and-remove. She was also an invited participant in teaching round table discussions. Participants included professors who teach in the first two years of medical school basic sciences curriculum and many who serve on medical school admissions committees.

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