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Mission-Based Management. Electronic CV System Users Group. January 2010. Graduate Student Committees. Continuing Education Courses Developed. Grand Rounds. Course and Curriculum Development. Peer Teaching Evaluation. Courses Directed. Continuing Education Attendee. Didactic Lectures.

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Mission-Based Management

Electronic CV System

Users Group

January 2010


Graduate Student Committees

Continuing Education Courses Developed

Grand Rounds

Course and Curriculum Development

Peer Teaching Evaluation

Courses Directed

Continuing Education Attendee

Didactic Lectures

Independent Study Supervised

Other Educational Activities

Clinical Teaching

Courses Taught

Small Group Teaching

Student Evaluation of Teaching

Trainee Supervision

Continuing Education Presentation

Department/Division Conference

Laboratory Teaching


Brooke

Pediatric Update at Sun Valley

"The Approach to Asthma Therapy"

Continuing Education Presentation


Organized curriculum for seven biochemistry medical student lectures

Course and Curriculum Development


Brooke lectures

Residents/Medical Students Projects, Lindy D., MD - CA3 - Research Elective, Pulmonary Mechano-transduction.

Independent Study Supervised


Brooke lectures

Machine Learning Algorithms and WEKA, BMI 6950 (Special Topics), PhD level, 1 student

Independent Study Supervised


Brooke lectures

Pathology 6810: Graduate Seminar. Guest lecturer for two sessions. (Powerful Presentations and Tips for Teaching Technical Skills).

Didactic Lectures


Brooke lectures

Presentation at weekly meeting of faculty, housestaff, and students

Grand Rounds


Developed Systems Neuroscience: Functioning of the Nervous System (NEUSC 6050) for the Neuroscience Program, University of Utah

Course and Curriculum Development


Brooke System (NEUSC 6050) for the Neuroscience Program, University of Utah

Does Well

Peer Teaching Evaluation


Brooke System (NEUSC 6050) for the Neuroscience Program, University of Utah

George Engelmayr

Dissertation: “Optimizing engineered heart valve tissue extracellular matrix”

Graduate Student Committees


International Summer University at Orebro, Sweden System (NEUSC 6050) for the Neuroscience Program, University of Utah

Other Educational Activities


Brooke System (NEUSC 6050) for the Neuroscience Program, University of Utah

Introductory lectures for visiting junior high school student

and laboratory demonstrations, March 2002-2004

Laboratory Teaching


Brooke System (NEUSC 6050) for the Neuroscience Program, University of Utah

Social Medicine, Discussion co-leader for 12 first-year medical students on HIV/AIDS

Small Group Teaching


Average 4.3 (1 to 5 scale) in quantitative evaluations of graduate courses

Student Evaluation Teaching


Brooke graduate courses

01-MAY-96 31-MAY-99 Pathology labs for Medical Students.

Louisiana State University Medical Center, Shreveport

Laboratory Teaching



Brooke School Class

Renal Pathology Service. Elective rotation for Fellows and Senior Residents. The University of Utah Health Sciences Center, Salt Lake City, Utah

Clinical Teaching


Brooke School Class

Social Science course. University of Utah Guest Lecturer, “Being a Muslim Professional"

Didactic Lectures


Brooke School Class

01-SEP-06 15-DEC-06 MDLB 4310:

Instructor, Hematology II (Advanced). 24 students

Courses Taught


Brooke School Class

Professor's Rounds, Ann Arbor Veterans Administration Hospital (Ann Arbor, MI)

Clinical Teaching


TAC Throws Camp, OTC, Colorado Springs, CO School Class

Other Educational Activities


Brooke School Class

Member, John Smith,

University of Utah,

Masters Committee Spring 2007

Graduate Student Committees


Brooke School Class

Pediatric Resident Noon Lecture Series Average 2 lectures/year, Topics: Asthma, Airway Abnormalities, Rare Pulmonary Cases

Department/Division Conference


Intermountain Pediatrics Group School Class

"A Care Process Model for Pediatric Asthma Management"

Continuing Education Courses Developed


Brooke School Class

Cell Biology Journal Club

(journal club co-organizer, 10 students)

Department/Division Conference


Brooke School Class

Per DFJ: My colleague has a strong delivery style and is consistent in engaging student participation.

Peer Teaching Evaluation


Brooke School Class

DFPM Medical Student Honors Program. Advisor and supervisor of senior honors research in recognition and management of anxiety

Trainee Supervision


Brooke School Class

Instructor 01-JUL-84 01-AUG-05 Presentations at Neurology Grand Rounds, University of Michigan

Grand Rounds


Brooke School Class

Medical Student Career Counselor, University of Michigan (GENERAL)

Trainee Supervision


Brooke School Class

Teaching Assistant in Chemistry, January 1975

Courses Taught



Attended 21st Annual North American Cystic Fibrosis Conference, Anaheim, CA

15 CME credits granted

Continuing Education Attendee


Developed Course Content: Conference, Anaheim, CA

"What to Remember About Alzheimer's", Snowbird Continuing Education Conference, sponsored by the Utah Nurse Practitioners and Utah Academy of Physician Assistants (Snowbird, Utah)

Continuing Education Courses Developed


Brooke Conference, Anaheim, CA

01-JUL-01 30-JUN-02

Mini-fellowship in gastrointestinal and hepatic pathology: Pathologists already in practice are

instructed in GI and liver pathology in an intensive week long course of 5 half day sessions.

Five pathologists scheduled.

Continuing Education Presentation


Brooke Conference, Anaheim, CA

Taught a weekly Journal Club on the Molecular Genetics of Life-Span Extension, to graduate students in the Molecular Biology Program, University of Utah

Small Group Teaching


Does well Conference, Anaheim, CA

Student Evaluation Teaching


The Power of Prevention: Emerging Clinical Strategies to Improve Adolescent Health, Greensboro, NC

Continuing Education Attendee


Upcoming Users Group Meetings Improve Adolescent Health, Greensboro, NC


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