#ExpertAnswers: Dee Silverthorn on Teaching Anatomy & Physiology
In this episode of #ExpertAnswers join Dr. Dee Silverthorn, a Distinguished Teaching Professor of Physiology at The University of Texas at Austin, as she answers questions from a recent webinar on how the sudden appearance of the global pandemic of COVID-19 provides a unique opportunity to show students science in action.
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Associated Webinar: Using SARS-CoV-2 to Teach Physiology and Science
Talking Real Science with Jared Oenick
Jared Oenick gives us a brief look at what his inspiration for science is, as well as where he plans to take his career in the future. He recounts how having a personalized experience with renal disease not only encouraged him, but gave him the clarity needed to find solutions to the problems facing many patients today.
Talking Real Science with Yelena Akelina
This episode of #ShareScience features Yelena Akelina, DVM, MS, a Research Scientist and the Co-Director/Instructor in Clinical Microsurgery at the Microsurgery Research and Training Lab at Columbia University.
#ExpertAnswers: Phil Griffiths on Telemetry Studies
Phil Griffiths draws from his experience as a telemetry user to discuss some important considerations for designing telemetry studies.
Engaging Students Online in a Clinical Pathophysiology Course
In this webinar, Assoc Prof. Patricia Halpin, (Chair of the APS Teaching Section) will discuss how she harnesses technology to engage her physiology students in an online clinical pathophysiology course.
It’s Time for Change! How to Promote Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Respect in your Chemistry Lab
In this webinar, we demonstrate our Rate Law Determination experiment that utilizes Vernier Science Education’s Go Direct SpectroVis Plus Spectrophotometer to study the kinetics of the reaction of crystal violet with sodium hydroxide.
The Journey From Pandemic Teaching Into The New Normal
Join Gethin Evans, PhD as he delves into his experience teaching in the life sciences pre-, during, and post-pandemic and how his department has invested in technology to enhance teaching content and delivery.