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Allison A. Macerollo

Clinical Assistant Professor
Family Medicine
The Ohio State University College of Medicine
Columbus, Ohio 43205
Allison.macerollo@osumc.edu
Subject: Medicine

Benjamin Mack

High School Teacher
Science Department
Manitou Springs High School
Manitou Springs, Colorado 80829
bmack@mssd14.org
Subject: Biology

I use case studies in my advanced biology II course. I find it especially useful at engaging my students and providing examples of real-world applications of difficult subjects like epigenetics.

Sarah MacLaughlin

High School Teacher
Science
Cedar Cliff High School
Camphill, Pennsylvania 17011
smaclaughlin@wssd.k12.pa.us
Subject: Biology

I would like to use the case studies to emphasize how the real world relates to topics discussed in science.

Collin MacLeod

High School Teacher
Science - Biology
Hillside High School
Durham, North Carolina 27707
macleod183@gmail.com
Subject: Biology

Case studies are good to use as an interest grabber, or also as a method of integrating ideas at the end of a unit.

Dylan P. Macuk

Undergraduate Student
Department of Biology
Bradley University
Peoria, Illinois 61625

Subject: Biology

Padma Maddi

Adjunct Professor
Biology
Bergen Community College
Paramus, New Jersey 07652
pmaddi@bergen.edu
Subject: Biology

I have started using case studies to teach general botany to non-majors. They absolutely love them and are better able to grasp the subject than from my just lecturing endlessly. Thanks for providing them.

Ashley L. Madern

Department of Biology
Villanova University
Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085

Rosanne Magarelli

Faculty Developer / Adjunct Professor
Life Sciences Department
Mesa Community College
Mesa, Arizona 85202
rmagarelli@mesacc.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology / Biology

I am interested in student undergraduate research; flipped classroom discussions; case studies to support the academic and ethical curriculum; and faculty development workshops to introduce to all disciplines.

Janet Magee

Lecturer
Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences
University of Ulster
Coleraine BT52 1SA United Kingdom
jm.magee@ulster.ac.uk
Subject: Pharmacy / Pharmacology / Health Professions

I am a lecturer in Clinical Pharmacy teaching undergraduate pharmacy students how to apply clinical and therapeutic knowledge in the care of patients. I believe that students need problem based learning to be central to their teaching and learning.

Ed Maggart

High School Teacher
Science Department
Asheville School
Asheville, North Carolina 28806
maggarte@ashevilleschool.org
Subject: Chemistry

I plan to use these to help students explore issues related to chemistry. I plan to start with the ethanol/bio-diesel case study to go with our unit in organic chemistry!

Nicole F. Magill

Undergraduate Student
Life Sciences
Quest University Canada
Squamish, BC, Canada, V8B 0N8

Stacey Maguire

High School Teacher
Science (Chemistry)
Franklin Academy High School
Malone, New York 12953
maguires@capital.net
Subject: Chemistry

Ahmed Mahgoub

Adjunct Professor
Biology & Life Science
Metropolitan College of New York
New York, New York 10013
amahgoub@mcny.edu
Subject: Biology

I think case studies add a new dimension to learning by mixing knowledge with physical cases, and that helps students draw an emotional view of the topic in their brains which, in turn, will enhance their understanding and their long term memory of that subject.

Allison Mahler

High School Teacher
Science Department
La Serna
Whittier, California 90605
allison.mahler@wuhsd.com
Subject: Biology

Erik Mahler

High School Teacher
Science Department
Lake Stevens High School
erik_mahler@lkstevens.wednet.edu
Subject: Biology / Chemistry

Mohammad Mahroof-Tahir

Professor
Department of Chemistry
St. Cloud State University
Saint Cloud, Minnesota 56301-4498
mmahroof@stcloudstate.edu
Subject: Chemistry

Anastasia P. Maines

Graduate Student
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
University of Colorado at Boulder
Boulder, Colorado 80309
anastasia.maines@colorado.edu
Subject: Ecology / Environment

Daniel Mainville

High School Teacher
Science Department
G. Ray Bodley Fulton High School
dmainvil@fulton.cnyric.org
Subject: Biology

I teach an environmental class that I would like to see the students work with real life examples after we learn the concepts/theories. Its one thing to describe biomagnification; it is another to see it happen in real life.

Khadijah I. Makky

Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Biomedical Sciences
Marquette University
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53233
khadijah.makky@marquette.edu

Renee Malaki

Middle School Teacher
Science
Holy Spirit Parish School
Sacramento, Ca 95822
rmalaki@hs-ps.com
Subject: Chemistry

Courses Taught: 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th grade science

Glenna M. Malcolm

Lecturer
Department of Biology
Pennsylvania State University
University Park, Pennsylvania 16802
gmm193@psu.edu
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I teach an introductory ecology course in the Biology Department at Penn State (under Dr. Carla Hass). I do a weekly activity or case study with my students during lecture so they can apply what they're learning to relevant planetary issues.

Hafeez Malik

Instructor
Management Sciences
Bahria University Karachi Campus
hafeezkarachi@gmail.com
Subject: Business / Management Science

I teach part time in a few business universities at Karachi Pakistan particularly Bahria University, Karachi Campus. I try to teach through Problem Based Learning Method and have written case studies on project management.

Ellen Malka

High School Teacher
Health Science
Osbourn Park High School
Manassas, Virginia 20111
malkaem@pwcs.edu
Subject: Health Professions

I would like to offer this resource to challenge the students to apply what we have learned over the course of the year.

Laura Mallett

Instructor
Nursing
Neosho County Community College
Chanute, Kansas 66720
lmallett@neosho.edu
Subject: Nursing

I enjoy teaching with case studies. I believe that it engages the students and assists them in applying information to develop their critical thinking.

Laura Gray Malloy

Professor
Biology Department
Hartwick College
Oneonta, New York 13820
malloyl@hartwick.edu
Subject: Biology

Since 1991, I have been developing teaching strategies for improving the climate of the science classroom for women and minorities that enhance the learning environment for all students. These efforts have focused on teaching students to actively participate in the practice of science and on representing the human qualities of science and scientists.

Andrea Manfrin

Assistant Professor
Pharmacy Practice
Medway School of Pharmacy
Chatham Maritime Kent ME4 4TB, United Kingdom
a.manfrin@kent.ac.uk
Subject: Pharmacy / Pharmacology

I am interested in case studies in pharmacy practice, applied therapeutics, cognitive pharmacy services, and pharmaceutical care.

James O. Manning

Professor
Mathematics and Physics
University of the Cumberlands
Williamsburg, Kentucky 40769
james.manning@ucumberlands.edu
Subject: Physics

I use short cases in problems, but would like to incorporate longer and more involved cases in teaching physical science and introductory physics.

Patricia Manning

High School Teacher
Career Technical Education - Medical Occupations
Redlands High School
Redlands, California 92373
pat_manning@cry-rop.org
Subject: Health Professions

This will be my first year teaching case studies. In my opinion, using case studies is an excellent method to reinforce and apply previously acquired knowledge while teaching students critical thinking skills.

Tooba Mansoor

High School Teacher
Science
Dearborn Center for Math, Science, and Technology
Dearborn Heights, Michigan 48127
mansoot@dearbornschools.org
Subject: Biology

Subjects Taught: Honors Earth Science and Honors Biology

Stephen E. Marcaccio

Undergraduate Student
Department of Biology
Villanova University
Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085

Ralph Marchand

High School Teacher
Science Department
Pompano Beach High School
Pompano Beach, Florida 33060
Ralph.marchand@browardschools.com
Subject: Physics

I am interested in project or literacy based learning for the science department.

Ann Marchewka

Lecturer
Nursing Department
Norwich University
Northfield, Vermont 05663-1035
amarchew@norwich.edu
Subject: Nursing

My interests are in leadership, bioethics, medical, legal topics. I am teaching senior level courses in these content areas, including health policy and economics. Critical now to involve students more directly in active learning.

Sara Marchlewicz

Adjunct Professor
Liberal Arts (Chemistry)
School of the Art Institute at Chicago
Chicago, Illinois 60603
smarch2@saic.edu
Subject: Chemistry

I would like to start using case studies in my courses to teach about environmental issues and how chemistry is involved within these cases.

Melissa Marcucci

Associate Professor
Biology
Uiversioty of Saint Joseph
West Hartford, CT
mmarcucci@usj.edu
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: Anatomy & Physiology, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology

Beth Anne Marcure

High School Teacher
Chemistry / Physics / Biology
Black Hawk High School
South Wayne, Wisconsin 53587
marbet@blackhawk.k12.wi.us
Subject: Science Education

I am a teacher of physics, chemistry, and anatomy and physiology. I am interested in using case studies in my classroom.

Cindy L. Marek

Associate Professor
Department of Oral Pathology
The University of Iowa
Iowa City, Iowa 52242
cindy-marek@uiowa.edu
Subject: Dental Medicine

I attended the Case Studies in Science Workshop in May 2004 and will be using a combination of methods to teach pharmacotherapeutics to pharmacy and dental students.

Joshua M. Mares

Student
Colorado College
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903

Susan Marino

High School Teacher
Science
Chartiers Valley High School
Bridgeville, Pennsylvania 15017
smarino@cvsd.net
Subject: Physics

We are being encouraged to provide our students with a variety of project-based learning experiences. One of my colleagues has used some biology and environmental case studies from your website.

Patrick S. Market

Associate Professor of Atmospheric Science
Department of Soil, Environment, and Atmospheric Sciences
University of Missouri–Columbia
Columbia, Missouri 65211
marketp@missouri.edu
Subject: Atmospheric Science

Dina Markowitz

Professor of Environmental Medicine
Director of Center for Science Education & Outreach
School of Medicine & Dentistry
University of Rochester
Rochester, New York 14642
dina_markowitz@urmc.rochester.edu
Subject: Science Education

I use case studies and problem based learning for several of our science education outreach programs for middle and high school students.

Linda Markowitz

Professor
Sociology Department
Southern Illinois University
Edwardsville, Illinois 62026
lmarkow@siue.edu
Subject: Sociology

Kathryn M. Marks

High School Teacher
Biology Department
Plymouth South High School
Plymouth, Massachusetts 02360
kmarks@plymouth.k12.ma.us
Subject: Biology

This website was suggested by teacher in Belmont, MA. I look forward to utilizing some of what I have already explored at this site.

Sara Marlatt

Adjunct Professor
Biology and Environmental Science
University of New Haven
West Haven, Connecticut 06516
smarlatt@newhaven.edu
Subject: Biology

I will be teaching an introductory biology course and plan to use case studies to provide real-life examples of the topics discussed in the textbook, either as in-class examples for discussion or out-of-class assessments to evaluate critical thinking.

Nigel Marriner

Associate Regisrar
Office of the Registrar
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14260
nmarrine@buffalo.edu

Marlee B. Marsh

Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
Columbia College
Columbia, South Carolina 29203
mmarsh@columbiasc.edu

Ryan A. Marsh

PhD Student
Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California 94720

Subject: Ecology / Environment

Beth Marshall

High School Teacher
Science Department
Clear Lake High School
Beth.Marshall.Bio@gmail.com
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Gail H. Marshall

Lecturer
Leadership and Applied Instruction
University of West Georgia
Carrollton, Georgia 30118
gmarshal@westga.edu
Subject: Science Education

I use this approach in my teaching. Currently, I teach undergraduate and graduate science methods, work with teachers in grant, and with school systems desiring to improve teachers' instructional approaches.

Carl E. Martikean

High School Teacher
Science
Proviso Mathematics and Science Academy
Forest Park, Illinois 60130
cmartikean@pths209.org
Subject: Chemistry

Medical schools, law schools, and business schools all use this method, so why not start in high school? Ten years ago I discovered the Harvard Project physics course. This is a humanistic approach to teaching science. It allows me to integrate science across the curriculum, which is how I see case studies. The approach allows students to see the application of what they are learning and that science and society are intimately enmeshed.

Paul Martin

High School Teacher
Science Department
Auckland Girls' Grammar School
Newton, Auckland 1145 New Zealand
pawelmartin@yahoo.co.uk
Subject: Biology

I find that this approach is an excellent way to conduct group work activity.

Rosemary Martin

Professor
School of Medicine / Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
The Australian National Univerity
Canberra ACT 0200 Australia
rosemary.martin@anu.edu.au
Subject: Biology

G. Martinez

High School Teacher
Science Department
Foothill High School
Pleasanton, California 94588
gmartinez@pleasanton.k12.ca.us
Subject: Biology

To help students understand the relevancy of the topics studied in class.

Thomas Martinez

High School Teacher
Science
Glenbard East High School
Lombard, Illinois 60148
Thomas_Martinez@glenbard.org
Subject: Biology

I look to case studies to help my teaching of AP biology by having students apply understandings to actual issues.

Caroline Martinez Mijares

Professor
Medicine
Universidad Vasco De Quiroga
Morelia, Mich., Mexico
carolina.martinezmijares@gmail.com
Subject: Medicine

Courses Taught: Genetics, Immunology, Pediatrics, Parasitology

Ellen Martinsek

High School Teacher
Science
Morgan Park High School
Chicago, Illinois 60643
esmartinsek@cps.edu
Subject: Biology

Pamela Martyn-Nemeth

Assistant Professor
Dept. of Biobehavioral Health Science
University of Illinois
Chicago, Illinois 60612
pmartyn@uic.edu
Subject: Nursing

I like to use case studies to illustrate concepts underlying physiological processes and to help the students connect and apply their knowledge to a clinical situation.

April Maskiewicz

Associate Professor
Biology Department
Point Loma Nazarene University
San Diego, California 92106
Aprilmaskiewicz@pointloma.edu
Subject: Biology

Ann T. Massey

Clinical Assistant Professor
Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing
Emory University
Atlanta, Georgia 30322
ann.massey@emory.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Nicole Masters

Lecturer
University of the Sunshine Coast
Sippy Downs, Queensland 4556, Australia
nmasters@usc.edu.au
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Lori Mathews

High School Teacher
Science
Natchitoches Central High School
Natchitoches, Louisiana 71457
lmathews@nat.k12.la.us
Subject: Biology

I'm planning to use these case studies to open class discussion and pique student interest at the beginning of each AP Biology unit. I want students to take ownership and find meaning in their biological studies.

Martin Mathews

High School Teacher
Science Department
Pioneer High School
Whittier, California 90606
martin.mathews@wuhsd.org
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I am teaching AP Environmental Studies and will very much enjoy using these provocative case studies with my students.

Julie Mathieu

High School Teacher
Health Care Technology
St Patrick Catholic High School
Thunder Bay, Ontario P7E 1T9 Canada
jmathieu@tbcdsb.on.ca
Subject: Health Professions

I would like to use these in my class to give students a real-life application for the information they are learning.

Sandy Matsuda

Clinical Assistant Professor
Department of Health Psychology / School of Health Professions
University of Missouri-Columbia
Columbia, Missouri 65211
matsudas@missouri.edu
Subject: Health Professions

Philip Matthews

High School Teacher
Science Department
Kennesaw Mountain High School
Kennesaw, Georgia 30152
philip.matthews@cobbk12.org
Subject: Physics

Crystal Mattice

High School Teacher
Biology and Health
Yerington High School
Yerington, Nevada 89447
cmattice@lyon.k12.nv.us

Christopher Mattix

High School Teacher
Science Department
Westwood High School
Mesa, Arizona 85201
camattix@mpsaz.org
Subject: Biology

Case studies or mini cases are used in state testing. Students need to see and understand this type of questioning and inquiry to be successful.

Dani Maxwell

Instructor
Science
Pines Middle School
Pembroke Pines, Florida 33024
dani.maxwell@browardschools.com
Subject: Biology

I teach gifted and advanced life science. I use case studies to provide enrichment and give my students the chance to think critically using the information they learned. Providing real world examples through case studies helps make a connection.

Lindsey May

Biology Department
University of Wisconsin-Stout
Menomonie, Wisconsin 54751

Jacinth Maynard

Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Division of Physical and Computational Sciences
University of Pittsburgh at Bradford
Bradford Campus, Pennsylvania 16701
jmaynard@lhup.edu
Subject: Mathematics

Kimberlee Maynard

High School Teacher
Science
Niagara Falls High School
Niagara Falls, New York 14304
kmaynard@nfschools.net
Subject: Biology / Technology

Through case studies, students can explore and evaluate real scenarios and studies in the science fields. This gives meaning and relevance to the content.

Stephanie Maynard

High School Teacher
Environmental Science
Queen Creek High School
Quenn Creek, Arizona 85242
sciencerocks@qwest.net
Subject: Biology

I want my students to be engaged in learning about science. Cases bring science to life for them by using current events they can relate to. My usual approach is to introduce a topic and have a discussion about it or to have students get into groups and argue different viewpoints.

Robert Mazalewski

Program Coordinator
Department of Plant Sciences
University of California at Davis
Davis, California 95616
rlmazalewski@ucdavis.edu
Subject: Plant Science

Kamau W. Mbuthia

Instructor
Biological Sciences
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, Ohio 43403
Mbuthkw@bgsu.edu
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I have enjoyed using these case studies to make students appreciate how an understanding of environmental concepts are applied to formulations of solutions to familiar environmental problems.

W. McBean

Biology/Physics High School Teacher
Science Department
Winnipeg Adult Education Centre
Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 2N8 Canada
bmcbean@wsd1.org
Subject: Biology / Physics

I have just recently found out about this site from a colleague. I hope to incorporate some of the case studies into the topics section of my biology course to stimulate student interest.

Jennifer McCabe Reynolds

High School Teacher
Upper School Science
The Lovett School
Atlanta, Georgia 30327
jreynolds@lovett.org
Subject: Chemistry / Marine Biology / Ecology / Biology

Elizabeth R. McCain

Professor
Biology Department
Muhlenberg College
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18104
mccain@muhlenberg.edu
Subject: Biology

Jow McCall

High School Teacher
Science
William J Pete Knight High School
Palmdale, CA 93552
jmccall@avhsd.org
Subject: Forensic Science

Courses Taught: AP Biology, Forensic Science

Giselle A. McCallum

Undergraduate Student
Life Sciences
Quest University Canada
Squamish, British Columbia, Canada, V8B 0N8

Subject: Biology

Meggan McCarthy

Assistant Professor
Rush University
Chicago, Illinois 60612
Meggan_McCarthy@rush.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Will McCarthy

High School Teacher
Science Department
Fairmont Preparatory Academy
Anaheim, California 92801
wmccarthy@fairmontschools.com
Subject: Computer Science

Case studies are professionally written, and give real world examples of the applications of scientific content.

Valerie McCartney

Professor
Health Professions Nursing
Oklahoma City Community College
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73159
vmccartney@occc.edu
Subject: Nursing

Case studies are one way to facilitate application of theory to practice that also encompasses critical thinking, clinical judgment and problem solving. Activity based learning is the focus of our classroom time.

Linda McCausland

Clinical Associate Professor
School of Nursing
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14214
lmc@buffalo.edu
Subject: Nursing

I am interested in case studies in adult health nursing and the use of critical thinking in nursing.

Brian McClain

High School Teacher
Biology
Thomas Jefferson High School - West Jefferson Hills School District
Jefferson Hills, Pennsylvania 15025
bmcclain@wjhsd.net
Subject: Biology

I have used simple case studies in my Environmental Science course, but I will be teaching AP Biology next year and I want to incorporate the case study approach with the motivated and gifted students.

Richard L. McCombs

High School Teacher
Science Department
Statesboro High School
Statesboro, Georgia 30461
rmccombs@bulloch.k12.ga.us
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I would like to have students gain a better understanding of the application of environmental science.

Tangela McCorkle

High School Teacher
Science Department
Chattahoochee High School
Johns Creek, Georgia 30022
mccorklet@fultonschools.org
Subject: Ecology / Environment

Christian  McDonald

High School Teacher
Science
Miami Jakcson Senior High
Miami, Florida
cmcdo007@gmail.com
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught; Biology Research

James McDonald

Associate Professor of Science Education
Department of Teacher Education & Professional Development
Central Michigan University
Mt. Pleasant, Michigan 48859
mcdon1jt@cmich.edu
Subject: Science Education

I want to develop cases and PBL scenarios to use in my methods course for Elementary Ed majors that discuss issues faced by the elementary science educator: adoption of curriculum materials, assessment, inquiry-based teaching, and the nature of science.

Lisa McDonough

High School Teacher
Biology
BASIS Flagstaff
Flagstaff, Arizona 86001
lisa.mcdonough@basisflagstaff.org
Subject: Biology

I would like to expose students to real world examples, making biology relevant to their high school lives.

Crystal McDowell

High School Teacher
Science
Lafayette High School
Wildwood, Missouri 63011
mcdowellcrystal@rockwood.k12.mo.us
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Using case studies in anatomy will help my students connect to the material even more. I also want to design a project for which students create their own case study for a particular disease/disorder.

Courtney L. McGinnis

Assistant Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
Quinnipiac University
Hamden, Connecticut 06518
Courtney.McGinnis@quinnipiac.edu

Leslie A. McGinnis

PhD Student
Department of Environmental Science, Policy and Management
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California 94720

Subject: Ecology / Environment

Megan McGonagle

Laboratory Coordinator and Instructor
Biology Department
University of Saint Joseph
West Hartford, Connecticut 06117
mmcgonagle@usj.edu
Subject: Biology

We currently use case studies as a tool to introduce students to online research. Students present their findings and discuss the case study in oral presentation at the end of the semester.

Terrence McGregor

Fire Training Academy
City of Richmond Fire and Emergency Services
Sandston, Virginia 23150
Terrence.McGregor@Richmondgov.com
Subject: Medicine

Kevin S. McIver

Associate Professor
Department of Cell Biology & Molecular Genetics
University of Maryland
College Park, Maryland 20742
kmciver@umd.edu

Diane McKenzie

High School Teacher
Science Department
Martin Luther King, Jr. Senior High School
Detroit, Michigan 48207
diane.mckenzie@detroitk12.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Sandra McKool

High School Teacher
AP Biology
Thomas Jefferson High School
Dallas, Texas 75229
smckool@dallasisd.org
Subject: Biology

I teach AP Biology and I plan to supplement my instruction with the case studies. I will use the case studies in writing exercise practice.

Dana McLaughlin

High School Teacher
Science
East High School
dmclaughlin@eriesd.org
Subject: Biology

Dana McLaughlin

High School Teacher
Science
East High School
Buffalo, New York 14211
dmclaughlin@eriesd.org
Subject: Biology

Jaclyn E. McLean

Instructor of Biology
Natural and Social Sciences
Bowling Green State University, Firelands College
Huron, Ohio, 44839
jmclean@bgsu.edu

Janna R. McLean

Dean
College of Arts & Sciences
Olivert Nazarene University
Bourbonnais, Illinois 60914-2345
jmclean@olivet.edu
Subject: Biology

Mary Ann L. McLean

Associate Professor
Natural and Mathematical Sciences
St. Mary’s University
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
maryann.mclean@stmu.ca

Dena McMartin

Professor
Environmental Systems Engineering
University of Regina
Regina, Saskatchewan, S4S 0A2 Canada
dena.mcmartin@uregina.ca
Subject: Engineering

I have used case studies in my teaching and am currently reading the series of Ivey School of Business case learning guide books.

Bryce McMichael

Professor
Biology
Niagara County Community College
Sanborn, New York 14132
mcmichae@niagaracc.suny.edu
Subject: Biology

I am interested in cases in environmental issues and zoology.

Laurie McMillen

High School Teacher
Science Department
Port Jefferson High School
Port Jefferson, New York 11782

Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Jamie G. McMinn

Associate Professor
Psychology Department
Westminster College
New Wilmington, Pennsylvania 16172-0001
mcminnjg@westminster.edu
Subject: Psychology

Donnette McNabb

High School Teacher
Science Department
Morristown East High School
Morristown, Tennesse 37814
dmcnabb@hcboe.net
Subject: Chemistry

Gabriel D. McNett

Associate Professor
Department of Biology and Environmental Science
Westminster College
Fulton, Missouri 65251
gabe.mcnett@westminster-mo.edu

Camille McQuillan

Adjunct Profesor
Biology
Delaware Valley College
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
camille.mcquillan@delval.edu
Subject: Biology

I am designing and instructing for a 1st-time offering, a course in Bioethics in the spring 2012. I want to use case studies, traditional lecture material, as well as writing and debate to emphasize the interdisciplinary connections in this field.

Kerrie Medeiros

High School Teacher
Science
William M. Davies Jr. Career & Technical High School
Lincoln, Rhode Island 02865
kmedeiros@daviestech.org
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I have used your site for many years - the case studies help students better understand the content. Some of my favorites are: "Cancer Cure or Conservation" by Pauline Lizotte and Gretchen Knapp and the Mitosis court cases by Clyde Herreid.

David Meek

High School Teacher
Science Department
Marble Hill School for International Studies
Bronx, New York 10463
dmeek@schools.nyc.gov

Andre Meeks

Lecturer
Interdisciplinary Studies
Aurora University
Aurora, IL 60506
ameeks@aurora.edu
Subject: Physical Education/Athletic Training

Mehrnoosh Mehrdad

High School Teacher
Science / Chemistry
Morse High School
San Diego, California 92114-5999
mernooshm@gmail.com
Subject: Chemistry

Eric Meinnert

High School Teacher
Science
Northern Ozaukee School District
Fredonia, Wisconsin 53021
emeinnert@nosd.edu
Subject: Biology

I heard about the site, as well as how to use the cases at an Advanced Placement (AP) Conference that I went to. I am pretty excited to begin using them in a couple of my classes.

Elizabeth J. Meinz

Associate Professor
Department of Psychology
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Edwardsville, Illinois 62026
emeinz@siue.edu
Subject: Psychology

Kendra S. Mell

CLC and NA
University Medical Center
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, TX 79415
Kendra.mell@ttu.edu

Sandra Menezes

High School Teacher
Science
Lincoln Park High School
Chicago, Illinois 60614
smenezes@cps.edu
Subject: Chemistry

I try to use a case study prior to or in the middle of every unit to facilitate students making connections to prior knowledge and knowledge concerning their current unit.

Adrian Mercado

High School Teacher
Science
Miami Central Senior High School
Miami, Florida 33147
303831@dadeschools.net
Subject: Earth Sciences

I will use the case studies to push my students in their critical thinking skills and to enrich students in an inquiry-based learning style.

Cindy Mercer

Executive Director
Academic Achievement
Marymount Manhattan College
New York, New York 10021
cmercer@mmm.edu
Subject: Science Education

Mark Meredith

High School Teacher
Biology
Dover High School
Dover, Arkansas 72837
mark.meredith@doverschools.net
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Kari A. Mergenhagen

Clinical Pharmacy Specialist
Infectious Disease
James J. Peters Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Bronx, New York 10468
kari.mergenhagen2@va.gov
Subject: Pharmacy

Jennifer Merriam

Associate Professor
Biology Department
SUNY Orange
Middletown, New York 10940
jennifer.merriam@sunyorange.edu
Subject: Biology

Jody B. Mesches

Professor
Nursing
SUNY Ulster Community College
Stone Ridge, New York 12484
Meschesj@sunyulster.edu
Subject: Nursing

I am interested in using case studies in the classroom and sim lab. I have taught with unfolding case studies in the past and think the students retain information better when they see the real world application.

Judith Metcalf

Professional Assistant Professor
Life Science
Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi
Corpus Christi, Texas 78412
judy.metcalf@tamucc.edu
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: Anatomy & Physiology, Biology, Ecology

Meagan Metts

High School Teacher
Science
Dumas New Tech High School
Dumas, Arkansas 71639
meagan.metts@dumas.k12.ar.us
Subject: Ecology / Environment

Debra A. Meuler

Associate Professor
Biology Department
Cardinal Stritch University
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53217
dameuler@stritch.edu
Subject: Biology

Corrinne Meyer

Instructor
Anatomy & Physiology
Carrington College
Reno, Nevada 89511
cmeyer@cc.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I plan on using case studies in laboratory sessions to develop critical thinking skills in my students as they progress from recognition to application of course materials.

Karen Meyer

Instructor
Science
St. Johns River State College
Orange Park, Florida 32065
KarenMeyer@sjrstate.edu
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I would like to start using case studies in my environmental science class. This is only the second semester I have taught this subject and I think this would be an awesome method to use for this class.

Kimberly Meyer-Ramirez

Adjunct Professor
Science Division
Governors State University
University Park, Illinois 60484-0975
kmeyer-ramirez@govst.edu
Subject: Biology

Owen A. Meyers

Adjunct Lecturer
Department of Science
Borough of Manhattan Community College / City University of New York
New York, New York 10007
omeyers@bmcc.cuny.edu
Subject: Physics

Courtney E. Meyet

Department of Chemistry
University of California, Riverside
Riverside, California 92521
cmeye002@ucr.edu
Subject: Chemistry

Melissa Micheletti

High School Teacher
Science Department
Incarnate Word Academy
Houston, Texas 77002
mmicheletti@incarnateword.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I would like to use case studies to develop my high school students' abilities to read scientific text, as well as build their ability for inference. I teach both anatomy and physiology and health, and would love to incorporate the use of primary text.

Holly Michels

CTE Instructor
Health Careers
Wilson Tech
Dix Hills, New York 11746
hmichels@wsboces.org
Subject: Clinical Laboratory Science

I have used the "Two Peas in a Pod" as a case study activity for both a Living Environment Course as well as my Clinical Lab Assisting course. I have had great success using this module and the students really get into it.

Marion Michieka

High School Teacher
Science
RePublic High School
Nashville, TN
mmichieka@republiccharterschools.org
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: Biology

Angie Midthun-Hensen

High School Teacher
Science / Agriculture
Verona Area High School
Verona, Wisconsin 53593
midthuna@verona.k12.wi.us
Subject: Science Education

Using case studies with students gives them a tangible example of how the science they are studying is applied in real careers and in life. I have used the HHMI evolutionary case studies and accompanying labs and have found them to be valuable.

Sheella Mierson

President
Creative Learning Solutions, Inc.
Newark, Delaware 19711
CreativeLearning@mindspring.com
Subject: Anatomy/Physiology

I do training and consulting in problem based learning (PBL) in both academic and business settings. Formerly, I was a faculty member at the University of Delaware, where I was part of a group that introduced PBL on that campus.

Steve Mihalitsis

Assistant Principal
Science & Health Careers
New Utrecht High School
Brooklyn, NY 11214
smihalitsis@school.nyc.gov
Subject: Science Education

Courses Taught: Biology

Brandon Milam

High School Teacher
Science Department
B.B. Comer Memorial High School
Sylacauga, Alabama 35150
bmilam@tcboe.org
Subject: Science Education

I would like to use this resource in my classroom to encourage my students to think and explore new things.

Leslie Milby

High School Teacher
Science
Truman High School
Independence, Michigan 64055
lmilby@indep.k12.mo.us
Subject: Biology

I teach a number of different biology courses and thought I would like to try this method with some of my advanced students in microbiology, anatomy and physiology, or even botany.

Armida Bustamante Millan

Assistant Professor
Psychology
Rosemead School of Psychology, Biola University
La Mirada, California 90639
armida.bustamante@biola.edu
Subject: Psychology

Nickolas E. Millas

Undergraduate Student
Department of Biology
Villanova University
Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085

Amy Miller

High School Teacher
Science
Hawthorne High School
Hawthorne, New Jersey 07506
amym@hawthorne.k12.nj.us
Subject: Biology

Antoinette Miller

Professor
Psychology Department
Clayton State University
Morrow, Georgia 30260
antoinettemiller@clayton.edu
Subject: Psychology

Charlotte Miller

High School Teacher
Science Department
Westhill High School
Stamford, Connecticut 06902
cmiller2@ci.stamford.ct.us
Subject: Chemistry

My school is pushing for more literacy in science. I think your case studies would fit in perfectly.

Christopher  Miller

High School Teacher
Science
Eastern Camden County Regional High School
Voorhees, NJ 08043
cmiller@eccrsd.us
Subject: Ecology/Environment

Gillian Miller

Adjunct Instructor
Biology
Jefferson Community & Technical College
Louisville, Kentucky 40202
highlandlass0408@yahoo.com
Subject: Biology

I teach a non-majors intro course in biology. I am always looking for ways to make the material more meaningful to students. I ran across the case on your site on the genetics of skin color and plan using it in our study of multigenic characters.

Ian  Miller

High School Teacher
Science
King William Alternative Education
Hamilton, Ontario,Canada
imiller@hwdsb.on.ca

Courses Taught: Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science

Joseph Alexander Miller

Adjunct Professor
Science
West Creek High School
Clarksville, Tennessee 37042
joseph.miller@cmcss.net
Subject: Science Education

I was introduced to the case study method in 2000 when I was a TA for Dr. Herreid in the Evolutionary Biology lab course at the University at Buffalo. Later, as I moved into education I was introduced to inquiry education through the University of Missouri.

Leah Miller

High School Teacher
Biology
Forest Park High School
Ferdinand, Indiana 47532
leah.miller@sedubois.k12.in.us
Subject: Biology

As a recent college graduate, I found that I absorbed the most information through case studies. I found they sparked my interest as a student and allowed me to see how what I was learning pertained to life. I hope to bring this to my students!

Mary Miller

High School Teacher
Science
Bishop Heelan
Sioux City
millerm@bishopheelan.org
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: Anatomy Physiology, AP Biology, Physical Science

Roman J. Miller

Professor
Biology Department
Eastern Mennonite University
Harrisonburg, Virginia 22802
millerrj@emu.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I typically include case studies as part of my lecture presentation materials. Important for students to learn how to apply basic ideas (especially in physiology) to biomedicine.

Marie Milliner

High School Teacher
Science
Randolph Early College High School
Asheboro, North Carolina 27205
mmilliner@randolph.k12.nc.us
Subject: Biology

I would like to use real data and cases to help bring biology to life and to increase my students science literacy. I intend for my students to analyze one case study each month.

Shirlene Minge

High School Teacher
Science
Shoshoni, Wyoming 82649
sminge@fremont24.com
Subject: Biology

Wanda Minniecheske

Middle School Teacher
Science Department
Tigerton High/Junior School
Tigerton, Wisconsin 54486
wminniecheske@tigerton.k12.wi.us

I recently took a class on STEM and 21st century learning framework. This website was mentioned as a valuable teaching resource.

Kaye Minter

High School Teacher
Biology
Magnolia High School
Magnolia, Arkansas 71753
kminter@magnoliaschools.net
Subject: Biology

I am interested in using some of your case studies to help me with inquiry activities for my AP Biology students.

Ettore Minutillo

High School Teacher
Science Department
Gaither High School
Tampa, Florida 33618
ettore.minutillo@sdhc.k12.fl.us
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Dorene Miree

High School Teacher
Health Science
Dallas County Career Technical Center
Selma, Alabama 36701
mireed@dallask12.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology / Health Science

My experience with case studies is from nursing school. I have been looking for case studies to teach my health science students. I believe case studies provide students with opportunities to do critical thinking as well as reinforcing lessons.

Frank Miskevich

Assistant Professor
Biology Department
University of Michigan-Flint
Flint, Michigan 48502
frankmis@umflint.edu
Subject: Biology

Jennifer Miskowski

Associate Professor
Department of Biology
University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse
La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601
miskowsk.jenn@uwlax.edu
Subject: Biology

Lisa Mitchell

High School Teacher
Science Department
Overton High School
Memphis, Tennessee 38117
mitchelll1@scsk12.org
Subject: Chemistry

I am very interested in using case studies to incorporate project-based learning into my Honors and AP Chemistry classes. Access to your case studies would provide me with more resources with which to do this!

Tangi Mitchell

Biological Sciences
Central Connecticut State University
New Britain, Connecticut 06053

Darlene A. Mitrano

Assistant Professor
Molecular Biology
Christopher Newport University
Newport News, Virginia 23606
darlene.mitrano@cnu.edu
Subject: Biology

John Mizell

High School Teacher
Science Department
Freedom High School
Orlando, Florida 32837
john.mizell@ocps.net
Subject: Biology

Aurasch Moaven

High School Teacher
Science Department
St. Paul's School for Boys
Brooklandville, Maryland 21022-8100
amoaven@stpaulsschool.org
Subject: Biology

I will be using the case studies to practice the the scientific method with my biology classes. It gives them real world applications that they can critically think about.

Ree Mobley

Librarian
Museum of International Folk Art
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
ree.mobley@state.nm.us
Subject: Anthropology

The Museum of International Folk Art relies on research in the fields of art and anthropology. We would like to be able to recommend your site to New Mexico teachers.

Randy Mogg

Assistant Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
Columbus State Community College
Columbus, Ohio 43216
rmogg@cscc.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I incorporated a collection of "guided" case studies into a human physiology class. Along with the labs, they add critical thinking experiences. I find that forcing students to apply theory in a problem solving context greatly improves comprehension and retention.

Karobi Moitra

Assistant Professor
Department of Biology
Trinity Washington University
Washington, DC 20017
MoitraK@trinitydc.edu
Subject: Molecular Biology

Kristen Molina

High School Teacher
Science Department
Jack E. Singley Academy
Irving, Texas 75038
kmolina@irvingisd.net
Subject: Biology

Just entering the world of PBL so I'm looking for ideas.

Manette Monroe, MD

Assistant Professor
Pathology Department
University of Central Florida College of Medicine
Orlando, Florida 32827-7408
mamonroe@mail.ucf.edu
Subject: Medicine

Angela Montana

High School Teacher
Science Department
Newfield High School
Selden, New York 11784
amontana@mccsd.net
Subject: Biology

Adelle D. Monteblanco

PhD Candidate
Department of Sociology
University of Colorado
Boulder, Colorado 80309
adelle.monteblanco@colorado.edu

Frank Monteleone

Adjunct Faculty
Anthropology and Sociology
Houston Community College Southwest
Houston, Texas 77266
frank.monteleone@hccs.edu
Subject: Anthropology/Sociology

Jeannie Montgomery

High School Teacher
Bridgetown Regional High School
Bridgetown, NS Canada B0S 1C0
jeannie.montgomery@staff.ednet.ns.ca
Subject: Biology

I am always looking for ways to differentiate my instruction. I like to use materials that connect the information to real problems and get away from memorization types of work.

Matt Montgomery

High School Teacher
Science
Pepperell High School
Lindale, GA 30147
mmontgomery@floydboe.net
Subject: Biology

Subjects Taught: Biology

Colin Montpetit

Lecturer
Department of Biology
University of Ottawa
Ottawa, Ontario, K1N 6N5 Canada
colin.montpetit@uottawa.ca
Subject: Biology

I have already made changes to my curriculum to teach with cases. Not only have I enjoyed the experience, I am now planning on trying to incorporate such techniques in all my courses.

Alexandra Moore

High School Teacher
Science Department
Farmington High School
Farmington, Connecticut 06032
moorea@fpsct.org
Subject: Chemistry

I would like to use case studies in my teaching to give students a real life example of when they are going to use chemistry in their lives and how it impacts daily living.

Amy H. Moore

Assistant Professor
Biology Department
Carleton College
Northfield, Minnesota 55057
Amoore@carleton.edu
Subject: Biology

Patricia J. Moore

Professor
Department of Entomology
University of Georgia
Athens, Georgia 30602
pjmoore@uga.edu

Arthelia Moore Nelson

High School Teacher
Science Department
Adamson Middle School
Rex, Georgia 30273
arthelia.moore-nelson@clayton.k12.ga.us
Subject: Earth Sciences

I am interested in case studies because it will help me in the education arena.

Tsafrir Mor

Associate Professor
School of Life Sciences
Arizona State University
Tempe, Arizona 85287-4501
tsafrir.mor@asu.edu
Subject: Biology

Janet Morahan-Martin

Professor
Department of Applied Psychology
Bryant University
Smithfield, Rhode Island 02917
jmorahan@bryant.edu
Subject: Psychology

Nichole Morales

High School Teacher
Science Department
Skyline High School
Oakland, California 94619
nichole.morales@skylinehs.org
Subject: Biology

In OUSD, we are currently using claims, evidence and reasoning and inquiry-based work in order to get students thinking more on their own. I would like to see how I can incorporate the case studies in my freshmen biology classes.

Kimberly Moreno

High School Teacher
Science Department
Union City High School
Union City, New Jersey 07087
kmoreno@union-city.k12.nj.us
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Zarina Moreno

High School Teacher
Science Department
Temecula Preparatory School
Winchester, California 92596
zmoreno@temculaprep.com
Subject: Biology

A colleague shared the site with me as a means to introduce students to a new way of learning science content. I'm currently teaching two Anatomy/Physiology classes and I was looking for a means to make them more interactive and relevant.

Rosemary Morgan

High School Teacher
English Department
Choctaw Central High School
Choctaw, Mississippi 39350
rosemary.morgan@bie.edu
Subject: English

My goal is for my students to improve their ability to synthesize information, improve non-fiction reading comprehension, and develop their critical thinking and writing skills.

Sara E. Morgan

Undergraduate Student
College of Arts and Sciences
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, Texas 79409

William Morgan

Professor
Department of Biology
The College of Wooster
Wooster, Ohio 44691
wmorgan@wooster.edu
Subject: Biology

Hannah Moriarty

High School Teacher
Biology
Claremont Academy
HMoriarty@clarku.edu
Subject: Biology

I want to use case studies to get my students excited about starting new units and to strengthen their knowledge. I am a biology teacher and I believe our youth needed be educated about the world around them.

Angela Morris

High School Teacher
Science Department
Fort Collins High School
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
morrisa@psdschools.org
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I am teaching AP Environmental Science and would like to incorporate case studies into my classes. I think it is important for students to see real-life data and be able to evaluate it themselves.

Julie A. Morris

Assistant Teaching Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Denver
Denver, Colorado 80210
julie.a.morris@du.edu

Traci E. Morris

Department of Biological Sciences
Binghamton University
Binghamton, New York 13902-6000

Susan Morrison

High School Teacher
Science Department
James Island Charter High School
Charleston, South Charleston 29412
susan_morrison@charleston.k12.sc.us
Subject: Marine Science

I use current events on a weekly basis and would like to include case studies with some of my units in marine science classes. These will supplement long term projects and programs that we are already involved in with NOAA and the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources.

Susan Morrison

High School Teacher
Science
James Island Charter High School
Charleston, South Carolina 29412
susan_morrison@charleston.k12.sc.us
Subject: Chemistry

We are compiling case studies, etc., to help us implement Common Core objectives into our classrooms.

Alicia Morrissey

High School Teacher
Science Department
Ardrey Kell High School
Charlotte, North Carolina 28277
alicia1.morrissey@cms.k12.nc.us
Subject: Chemistry / Forensic Science

In addition to chemistry, I also teach forensic science. Many of your cases are wonderful exercises for the forensic science students, particularly since a major focus of the course is not only to integrate many of the sciences into one course but also to provide opportunities for problem solving for students.

Amanda Morsch

High School Teacher
Science Department
Westinghouse College Prep
Chicago, Illinois 60624
amorsch@cps.edu
Subject: Chemistry

Lisa Morshead

Assistant Professor
Psychology
Frostburg State University
Frostburg, Maryland 21532
llmorshead@frostburg.edu
Subject: Psychology

I am interested in case studies on addictive disorders, group and individual psychotherapy, family therapy, and clinician training.

Mark Mort

Professor
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
University of Kansas
Lawrence, KS 66045
memort@ku.edu
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: Introductory Biology

Rosa Moscarella

Lecturer
Biology
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Amherst, MA 01003
rmoscarella@umass.edu
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: Introductory Biology Cells & Molecules; Genetics

William J. Moser, Jr.

Undergraduate Student
Department of Biology
Bradley University
Peoria, Illinois 61625

Subject: Biology

Adam Moskowitz

High School Teacher
Science Department
Union County Magnet High School
Scotch Plains, New Jersey 07076
amoskowitz@ucvts.tec.nj.us
Subject: Biology

I am looking to use case studies to build the problem solving and reasoning skills of AP Biology students and freshmen science students. I believe case studies are a good vehicle for having students work with real world data and problems.

Effie Moten

Assistant Professor
Biology Department
River Parishes Community College
Sorrento, Louisiana 70778
emoten@rpcc.edu
Subject: Biology

Stephanie Mott

Lecturer
Department of Science and Technology
Bryant University
Smithfield, Rhode Island 02917
smott@bryant.edu

Ewa Mroz

High School Teacher
Carl Sandburg High School
emroz@d230.org
Subject: Biology

Kindra Mudd

High School Teacher
Jourdanton High School
Jourdanton, Texas 78026
kgmudd@jourdantonisd.net
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Joann Mudge

Senior Research Scientist
Bioinformatics
National Center for Genome Resources
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
jm@ncgr.org

Susan Bandoni Muench

Professor
Biology Department
SUNY Geneseo
Geneseo, New York 14454
bandoni@geneseo.edu
Subject: Biology

Mary Puterbaugh Mulcahy

Associate Professor of Biology
Division of Biological and Health Sciences
University of Pittsburgh at Bradford
Bradford Campus, Pennsylvania 16701
mnp1@exchange.upb.pitt.edu
Subject: Biology

Anna B. Mummert

Associate Professor
Department of Mathematics
Marshall University
Huntington, West Virginia 25755
mummerta@marshall.edu

Lisa Murad

High School Teacher
Science Department
West Orange High School
West Orange, New Jersey 07025
lmurad@woboe.org
Subject: Biology

I am a high school biology teacher and I would like to use case studies for students in lab analysis. My students are interested in using real-life situations in conjunction with topics being discussed in class.

Christine Murgel

High School Teacher
Initial Point High School
Kuna, Idaho 83634
cmurgel@kunaschools.org
Subject: Natural Sciences

Case studies would be beneficial as a supplement to increase knowledge of the subject area, as well as develop critical thinking skills in students.

Maria Murgia

Math Coach
LaSalle Prepatory School
Niagara Falls, New York 14304
mmurgia@nfschools.net
Subject: Mathematics

I am in charge of Professional Development for the science teachers in my building. In the upcoming months, we will be looking to create performance tasks on the topics of genetics and ecology and I thought your case study collections would be great inspiration for us!

Brian R. Murphy

Professor
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, Virginia 24061
murphybr@vt.edu
Subject: Ecology / Environment

Cases have become the central focus of my senior-level capstone course in natural resources management. In fact, I have eliminated tests in that course in favor of students writing about the cases and several other projects. Students like the real-life aspect of cases in that course, and say that they feel better prepared to tackle issues they will face in their professional careers.

Shannon M. Murphy

Associate Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Denver
Denver, Colorado 80208
shannon.m.murphy@du.edu

Gini Murray

Instructor
Practical Nursing
Withlacoochee Technical Institute
Inverness, Florida 34450
murrayv@citrus.k12.fl.us
Subject: Nursing

I am interested in using the case studies to reinforce anatomy and physiology concepts and critical thinking for practical nursing students.

Nancy Murray

Professor
Biology
Evergreen State College
Olympia, WA 98505
murrayn@evergreen.edu
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: General Biology, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Genetics, Neurobiology, Physiology

Ryan Murray

High School Teacher
Chemistry
Moorpark High School
Moorpark, California, 93021
rmurry@mrpk.org
Subject: Chemistry

Courses Taught: Chemistry

Nathalie Musey

Undergraduate Student
Department of Biology
Villanova University
Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085

Robin Musselman

Assistant Professor of Psychology
Department of Social Sciences
Lehigh Carbon Community College
Schnecksville, Pennsylvania 18078
rmusselman@lccc.edu
Subject: Psychology

I am interested in using cases in my courses to give students an opportunity to learn "group work." I am also interested in developing cases that can be used in both psychology and anatomy and physiology to encourage linkages between the two.

Tony Musumba

Assistant Professor
Science and Engineering
Bismarck State College
Bismarck, North Dakota 58506
tony.musumba.mwene@bismarckstate.edu
Subject: Physics / Astronomy / Engineering

I love teaching science. Primarily physics and astronomy. I teach pre-med, biology, and engineering students at a two-year college.

Kathleen Muzzin RDH, MS

Professor
Caruth School of Dental Hygiene
Texas A & M University, Baylor College of Dentistry, Texas A & M Health Science Center
Dallas, Texas 75246
kmuzzin@bcd.tamhsc.edu
Subject: Dental Medicine

I have the students analyze a case scenario and formulate a Critically Appraised Topic. The students formulate a PICO question, evaluate the the literature, summarize their appraisal as it relates to their PICO and discuss the clinical applicability.

Deborah Myers

Associate Nursing Program Director
Health Professions
Oklahoma City Community College
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73159
dkmyers@occc.edu
Subject: Nursing

Jessalyn A. Myers

School of Nursing
Quinnipiac University
Hamden, Connecticut 06518

Rik Myers

Lecturer
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
Miami, Florida 33101-6129
r.myers@miami.edu
Subject: Biochemistry / Molecular Biology

I teach case study modules in the PBL component of our MD/MPH program and am developing case studies for undergrad education as part of an HHMI funded multi-campus collaborative and on my own for my program.

Robert W. Myers

Adjunct Professor
Brown Mackie College
Greenville, South Carolina 29601
rwmyers@brownmackie.edu
Subject: Ecology / Environment

Experienced use of case study method in graduate school and found it valuable. Seeking to institute it locally.

Lauren Myrick

High School Teacher
Science/Biology
Westwood High School
Austin, Texas 78750
lauren_myrick@roundrockisd.org
Subject: Biology

I want to use the case studies within my AP Biology curriculum, specifically bacteria and antibiotic resistance.