Craig Kuehn, PhD
Interim Chair / Professor of Anatomy
College of Osteopathic Medicine of the Pacific
Join year: July, 1985
1987 Ph.D., Anatomy and Cell Biology, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
Dissertation: A morphological examination of the hamster intestinal tract and its endogenous microflora. 1976 B. S., Biology, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, CA
Courses taught at Western University:
Gross Anatomy; Embryology; Neuroanatomy; Histology; PA Structure and Function I & II; Pharmacy Anatomy of the Heart; Course Director of WesternU's Intensive Summer Anatomy Course (ISAC)
COMP - Gross Anatomy, Embryology, Neuroanatomy and Histology in the courses ISOM, FOM 1, FOM 2, FOM 3 and FOM 4.
CO - Optometry basic gross anatomy. Primary content expert in embryology and histology, consulting content expert in Medical Gross Anatomy.
1996 - "New Designs for Learning Anatomy," in AHC: Association of Academic Health Center, special issue, "Transition to a University: Opportunities to Create a New Educational Environment."