Instructor - Clinical


Professor Cynthia (Cindy) Wingert joined the Division of Anatomy as full-time faculty in July of 2019 to serve as the course director for Anatomy 3300 (Advanced Human Anatomy) and the Co- Director for Anatomy 4300 (human Anatomy with Dissection). She comes to The Ohio State with over 15 years of teaching experience at Cedarville University, where she taught courses in human cadaver dissection, anatomy and physiology, and pathophysiology. As an experienced educator, Professor Wingert’s continues to refine her pedagogy so that students learn how to conceptualize and apply their knowledge of human anatomy. Professor Wingert is also an active member of the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS) where she currently serves as the Cadaver Use Committee Chair.

Research Interest

HSV-1 latency in the TG and the role of microglia in an M2 anti-inflammatory state, and Anatomy Education & Curriculum Design 

Education and Training

MS Human Anatomy Wright State University

BA Anatomy, Cedarville University