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David Howard, MD

Assistant Professor, Department of Cell Biology

Assistant Professor, Department of Ophthalmology

David Howard
Summary

Two colleagues and I have developed what we feel is a novel and very efficient way of teaching Gross Anatomy Dissection that really optimizes allotted curriculum laboratory time, specialized lab faculty, available cadaver material, and student sharing of information. Our method concentrates on allowing students to explore pre-exposed and pre-sectioned cadavers following a unique system of body layers, reducing the needs for a detailed dissection manual and intensive rote memorization. We have written a paper detailing this technique that we plan to have published in the near future.

Phone

212-263-5424

Academic office

550 First Avenue

Ground Floor

New York, NY 10016

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Assistant Professor, Department of Cell Biology

Assistant Professor, Department of Ophthalmology

Instructor-Anatomy

MD from New York University

Residency, Bellevue, NYU, and NYVA Hospitals, Ophthalmology

Patel, Payal; Belinsky, Irina; Howard, David; Palu, Richard N

Orbit. 2013 Oct; 32(5):275-7

Strauss, Danielle Savitsky; Baharestani, Samuel; Nemiroff, Julia; Amesur, Kiran; Howard, David

Clinical ophthalmology (Auckland, N.Z.). 2011 Apr; 5:287-90