My teaching career really began as a lab assistant in general biology labs at Wake
Forest University where I was a premed student. A teaching assistantship was available
at the University of South Carolina which led to research on brain enzymes while
working towards M. S. and Ph. D. degrees in Biology. I also earned money during
summers as a hospital orderly. It was during this period that I married Sarah, my wife.
After teaching biology for six years at Lander College, my wife, daughter and I left
Greenwood, South Carolina and came to Elon in 1977. My wife and I live in
Burlington with our poodle Snuggles. I enjoy outside activities such as biking, hiking,
Primary Teaching Responsibilities
Human Anatomy, Human Physiology, Senior Seminar.
Student research projects involve some aspect of human or animal physiology.
Currently students plan to study the dichrotic notch of the pulse wave and changes in R wave amplitude.
Come by and let's talk about medically related research or going into one of the many health professions.
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