Gross Anatomy Team
Research and Teaching:
Members of the Gross Anatomy teaching team are involved in educational programs throughout the University and are active in externally-funded research.
Many of the faculty members teaching in Gross Anatomy are also faculty in the Department of Evolutionary Anthropology (http://evolutionaryanthropology.duke.edu/).
Many of the faculty do research on human evolution, comparative anatomy, biomechanics, and/or human health in the:
Animal Locomotion Laboratory (http://animallocomotionlab-duke.blogspot.com/p/people.html or http://evolutionaryanthropology.duke.edu/research/animal-locomotion-lab)
The Coach K Human Performance Laboratory (klab.surgery.duke.edu/modules/klab_proj/index.php?id=8)
The Center for Neuroengineering (http://www.duke.edu/~ch/Neuroeng/Neuro.htm)
Primate Genomics Initiative (http://evolutionaryanthropology.duke.edu/research/primate-genomics-initiative)
Some of the faculty are involved in educational research here at Duke in Durham (and at Duke-NUS)
In addition to teaching in Gross Anatomy some of our faculty teach in other aspects of the first and second years of medical education, Arts and Sciences, the Physical Therapy Program, and advanced courses including resident-training in anatomy for radiation oncology (http://radonc.duke.edu/modules/radoncprograms/index.php?id=22).
Sara Doyle, Instructor
Kirk Johnson, Instructor
Roxanne Larsen, Instructor
Judit Marigo Cortes, Instructor
Karyne Rabey, Instructor
Daniel Schmitt, Gross Anatomy Course Director
Matt Velkey, Embryology Component Director
Angel Zeininger, Instructor
Michael Granatosky, Teaching Assistant
Jackson Spradley, Teaching Assistant
Christopher Walker, Teaching Assistant