We are very proud of our student body for the amazing effort they put into learning anatomy and preparing themselves for a career in the medical field. Here are just a few of our students’ accomplishments in recent months:
Ashley Simons, 2019 graduate, PhD thesis, “A Relational Investigation: Board-Certified Physical Therapists and Their Knowledge of Anatomy”
Kollin Korth, 2019 graduate and medical school student, master’s thesis, “Biomechanical Alterations in Athletes with Femoroacetabular Impingement Syndrome During Sport-Related Tasks”
Cody Magnuson, 2019 graduate and medical student, master’s thesis, “Pharmacologic Treatment of Ascending Aortic Aneurysms in the Notch1+/- Mouse Model”
Claudia Mosley, Ohio State graduate, PhD thesis, “Fatemapping of Urothelial Cell Lineages During Normal Kidney Development and Renal Pathogenesis”
Leah Hunter, Ohio State graduate, PhD thesis, “Three-Dimensional Analysis of the Renal Fornix in Normal and Obstructed Mice”
Sid Srivastava, completed the master’s comprehensive exam and will be attending medical school in Fall 2019.
Lauren Leiby, completed the master’s comprehensive exam and will be attending medical school in Fall 2019.
Mark Boyce, completed the master’s comprehensive exam and will be attending dental school in Fall 2019.
Matthew Whalen, completed the master’s comprehensive exam.
Dr. Melissa Quinn, elected as the central regional director of the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society.
Dr. Claudia Mosley, joined the anatomy faculty in January 2019 as the anatomy undergraduate course coordinator on the regional campuses.
Dr. Joy Balta, joined the anatomy faculty in December 2018, his research interests center around finding the best possible ways to benefit from the generous gift of human body donors.