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Rhonda Rackley

High School Teacher
Science Department
Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science & Technology
Lawrenceville, Georgia 30044
Rhonda_Rackley@gwinnett.k12.ga.us
Subject: Biology

I'm teaching AP Environmental Science for the first time this year (at a new school). I would like the students to be able to think critically about issues, draw conclusions and even make decisions about the best course of action using case studies.

Beth Radefeld

High School Teacher
Science Department
Thunder Ridge High School
Highlands Ranch, Colorado 80129
beth.radefeld@dcsdk12.org
Subject: Ecology / Environment

Stacie Rafter

Associate Professor
Science and Forestry
Allegany College of Maryland
Cumberland MD 21502
srafter@allegany.edu
Subject: Biology

Subjects Taught: Environmental Science, Physical Science/Earth/Space Science for teachers, Physical Geology

Myra Rainey

High School Teacher
Science
Douglas County High
Douglasville Georgia, 30134
myra.rainey@douglas.k12.ga.us
Subject: Science Education

Vaidehi Rallapalli

High School Teacher
Science
Mill Springs Academy
Alpharetta, Georgia 30004
vrallapalli@millsprings.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

Cheryl Ralph

High School Teacher
Riverdale High School
Riverdale, Georgia 30274
cheryl.ralph@clayton.k12.ga.us
Subject: Biology

I would like to use case studies to help reinforce how science applies to real life settings and also to teach and reinforce content.

Prakash Ramakrishnan

Associate Professor
Agricultural Extension
Kerala Agricultural University
Kerala, India PIN 695 522
prakashr55@yahoo.co.in
Subject: Agricultural Science/Forestry

I use the case method in my graduate course, "Entrepreneurship Development Programme in Agriculture" using cases of successful entrepreneurs for the students to analyze.

Ranjith  Ramanathan

Assistant Professor
Animal Science
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, OK 74078
ranjith.ramanathan@okstate.edu
Subject: Food Science

Courses Taught: Fundamentals of Food Science, Food Chemistry, Advanced Food Chemistry, Food Analysis, Advanced Meat Science

Alma D. Ramirez

High School Teacher
Science
Samar National School
Catbalogan, Phillippines
alma_ramirez45@yahoo.com
Subject: Ecology / Environment / Environmental Science

Angela Ramirez

High School Teacher
Science Department
Union City High School
Union City, New Jersey 07087
aramirez@union-city.k12.nj.us
Subject: Biology

We discuss genetic disorders and usage of biotechnology and would like to apply what students are learning in class to different case studies.

Mary Anne Ramirez

Dean
Stratford University
Glen Allen, Virginia 23060
mramirez@stratford.edu
Subject: Science / Nursing / Health Sciences / Clinical Laboratory Science / General Science Education

I have used case studies in science education and nursing courses for over 15 years. With a background in cognitive science and research in conceptual change and model based reasoning, I find that case based learning provides the greatest opportunity for students to take control of their learning and to construct complex mental models of topics that are applicable to their field. While my background is in science, nursing, and instructional technology, in my position as campus dean, I teach faculty in all areas such as business, IT, health science to use cases to enrich the learning experiences in their classes.

Brandy T. Ramos

High School Teacher
Science Department / Biology
Manor High School
Manor, Texas 78653
brandy.ramos@manorisd.net
Subject: Biology

I believe this method of teaching delivers relevant and rigorous lessons. I use them to engage my students in my AP bio and Pre-AP (PAP) bio classes.

Roger A. Ramsammy

Associate Dean
Professor of Microbiology
Palm Beach Community College
Lake Worth, Florida 33464
ramsammr@pbcc.edu
Subject: Microbiology

Mark Randa

Assistant Professor
Biology
Cumberland County College
Vineland, NJ 08362
mranda@cccnj.edu
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: Intro Biology 1, Intro Biology 2, Microbiology, Infectious Disease, Human Biology.

Shannon G. Rapp

Lab Prep Coordinator / Adjunct Professor
Biological and Physical Sciences
Fontbonne University
Clayton, Missouri 63105
srapp@fontbonne.edu
Subject: Ecology / Environment

Melanie K. Rathburn

Faculty of Teaching and Learning
Department of General Education
Mount Royal University
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
mrathburn@mtroyal.ca
Subject: Science Education

Alanoud Rawdhan

Lecturer
Biology Department
Newcastle University
Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7RU England
alanoud.rawdhan@gmail.com
Subject: Microbiology

I would like to use case studies as an active learning tool for microbiology.

Fiona E. Rawle

Associate Professor, Teaching Stream
Department of Biology
University of Toronto at Mississauga
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L5L 1C6
fiona.rawle@utoronto.ca

Michele Rawls

Instructor
Business Technologies
Delaware Technical Community College
Wilmington, Delaware 19802
mrawls@dtcc.edu
Subject: Business / Management Science

I am teaching an online class in business ethics and case studies which will assist in facilitating my students' learning on this topic.

Elizabeth Raynor

High School Teacher
Science Department
Manchester High School
Manchester, Connecticut 06040
eraynor@manchesterct.gov
Subject: Biology

I am interested in using the case studies within my classroom as a method of increasing student inquiry and higher order thinking.

Liz Redd

High School Teacher
Special Education / Science and Math
George Washington High School
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19116
eredd@philasd.org
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I don't have much experience in this area, but think it would be helpful for my student population.

Miranda D. Redmond

PhD Candidate
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
University of Colorado
Boulder, Colorado 80309
MirandaRedmond@gmail.com
Subject: Ecology / Environment

Brandy C. Ree

Assistant Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
University of Arkansas at Fort Smith
Fort Smith, Arkansas 72913-3649
brandy.ree@uafs.edu

Mary Celeste Reese

Instructor
Department of Biological Sciences
Mississippi State University
Mississippi State, Mississippi 39762
mcr4@biology.msstate.edu
Subject: Biology

Deirdre Reeves

High School Teacher
Science Department
Westosha Central High School
Salem, Wisconsin 53168
reeves@westosha.k12.wi.us
Subject: Chemistry

I am interested in any botanical or chemical case studies.

Laura B. Regassa

Professor
Department of Biology
Georgia Southern University
Statesboro, Georgia 30460
lregassa@georgiasouthern.edu
Subject: Biology

Jennifer Rehg

Assistant Professor
Deparrtment of Anthropology
Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville
Edwardsville, Illinois 62026
jrehg@siue.edu
Subject: Anthropology

Jonathan Reichard

Lecturer
Biology
Simmons College
Boston, Massachusetts 02115
reichard@simmons.edu
Subject: Biology

Jeremy Reichel

Middle School Teacher / High School Teacher
Science
Hopkins North Junior High School
Minnetonka, Minnesota 55305
Jeremy_reichel@hopkinsschools.org
Subject: Biology

LuAnn M. Reif

Associate Professor
Nursing
College of St. Benedict / St. John's University
St. Joseph, Minnesota 56374
lreif@csbsju.edu
Subject: Nursing

I have just begun to incorporate more case studies as a pedagogy in my nursing courses. I am interested in finding more cases with some teaching strategy support.

Christian Reilly

High School Teacher
Science Department
The Santa Catalina School
Monterey, California 93940
christian.reilly@santacatalina.org
Subject: Biology

I'm trying to move away from a lecture based course to a more inquiry based method, and I think case studies may be a good way to supplement increasing lab work with a real focus on the thinking skills.

Kathleen S. Rein

Professor
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Florida International University
Miami, Florida 33199
reink@fiu.edu

Kathleen S. Rein

Professor
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Florida International University
Miami, Florida 33199
reink@fiu.edu

Jeffrey C. Reist

Clinical Assistant Professor
College of Pharmacy
University of Iowa
Iowa City, Iowa 52242
jeffrey-reist@uiowa.edu
Subject: Pharmacy

Matt Reiten

Engineer
Technical Staff
GMA Industries
Annapolis, Maryland 21403
mtreiten@gmail.com

Karol P. Rejman

Research Assistant Professor
School of Nursing
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14214
rejman@buffalo.edu
Subject: Nursing

I have found that my students learn best using case studies. I am also actively involved in the education of medical students and residents and would like to help them more effectively.

Mary Jo Renear

High School Teacher
Science
East Longmeadow High School
East Longmeadow, MA 01028
maryjo.renear@eastlongmeadowma.gov
Subject: Biology

Subjects Taught: Biology and AP Biology

Leo Reynoso

High School Teacher
Biology
Alisal High School
Salinas, CA
leo.reynoso@salinasuhsd.org
Subject: Ecology/Environment

Courses Taught: Biology

Cheri Reznicek

High School Teacher
Science Department
Heritage High School
Maryville, Tennessee 37804
cheri.reznicek@blountk12.org
Subject: Biology

Ashley E. Rhodes

Teaching Associate Professor
Division of Biology
Kansas State University
Manhattan, Kansas 66506
aek6613@ksu.edu

Bill Rhodes

Department of Horticulture
Clemson University
Clemson, North Carolina
brhodes@clemson.edu
Subject: Horticultural Science

Eric Ribbens

Professor
Department of Biological Sciences
Western Illinois University
Macomb, Illinois 61455
E-Ribbens@wiu.edu
Subject: Biology

I have found that using a variety of teaching techniques enables more students to grasp the material and retain it. Case studies are especially useful for enabling students to practice analytical thinking in a context which they find relevant to their lives. I use at least eight cases a semester in my introductory biology courses.

Laura Riboni

Professor of of Medical Chemistry, Biochemistry and Biotechnology
Faculty of Medicine and Surgery
University of Milan
Milan, Italy
laura.riboni@unimi.it
Subject: Medicine

Next year I will include PBL in my course on biochemistry for medical students. It will be my first experience teaching with PBL.

Nancy A. Rice

Associate Professor
Department of Biology
Western Kentucky University
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101
nancy.rice@wku.edu
Subject: Biology

William J. Rice

Senior Scientist
Simons Electron Microscopy Center
New York Structural Biology Center
New York, New York 10027
rice@nysbc.org

Morgan Rich

High School Teacher
Science Department
Olympian High School
Chula Vista, California 91913
morgan.rich@sweetwaterschools.org
Subject: Biology

I have used only used a case study once in class to help my students fully comprehend a concept and I found it to be useful. I need my students to understand the application of the content and concepts I am teaching and the case studies are the best avenue.

Gigi Richard

Associate Professor
Physical and Environmental Sciences
Mesa State College
Grand Junction, Colorado 81501
grichard@mesastate.edu
Subject: Earth Sciences

I like to incorporate group discussion and problem solving into my lectures. A colleague just forwarded your site to me and I am very interested in trying out a case study or two in my classes this spring.

Alison Richards

Middle School Teacher
Science
Scenic Middle School
Central Point, Oregon 97502
Alison.richards@district6.org

Mark M. Richter

Professor
Department of Chemistry
Missouri State University
Springfield, Missouri 65897
markrichter@missouristate.edu
Subject: Chemistry

Rebecca Rideout

High School Teacher
Science
McDowell High School
Marion, North Carolina 28752
rebecca.rideout@mcdowell.k12.nc.us
Subject: Ecology / Environment / Environmental Science

I have never used the case study method. I came across the collection while developing an assignment related to world biomes. I looked at several of the case studies and would like to incorporate a case study into my AP Environmental Science class.

Lori Ridgway

High School Teacher
Science Department
Jenks High School
Jenks, Oklahoma 74037
lori.ridgway@jenksps.org
Subject: Animal Science

Victoria Rigney

High School Teacher
Science Department
Ellsworth Community School District
rigneyv@ellsworth.k12.wi.us
Subject: Biology

This is my first experience with using the case study method. I will be collaborating with the department chair to use these materials in a general biology course for freshman and sophomores. I feel it will help improve critical thinking skills.

Melissa Riley


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Sarah Rines

High School Teacher
Math and Science
San Diego Jewish Academy
San Diego, California 92130
sarah.rines@gmail.com
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I have found that when teaching science giving students any real life applications to use their knowledge of a topic is extremely valuable. It prepares them for continued learning and application of new information as they grow into adulthood.

Krystal Rios

High School Teacher
Science Department
Ronald Reagan High School
San Antonio, Texas 78258
kios@neisd.net
Subject: Earth Sciences

I teach both biology and AP environmental science and I would like to expose my students to case studies.

John T. Ripple

Undergraduate Student
Department of Biology
Villanova University
Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085

Brenda Rippon

High School Teacher
Science Department
California High School
Whittier, California 90604
brendarippon@mac.com
Subject: Earth Sciences

Billie Rippy

High School Teacher
Science Department
Sunset High School
Dallas, Texas 75208
BRippy@dallasisd.org
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I apply case studies as part of my lab series in physiology and find these appeal to the students. I have researched this area and find that many college level courses are using case studies and the data seems to back up the idea that students retain what they learn from cases.

Lauren Rismiller

High School Teacher
Science Department
Sickles High School
Tampa, Florida 33626
lauren.rismiller@sdhc.k12.fl.us
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I would like to use case studies in both my honors biology and anatomy classes to challenge my students and allow them to apply their scientific knowledge to a case study.

Lisa Rittenhouse

High School Teacher
Health Professions
COSSA Regional Technology & Education Center
Wilder, Idaho 83676
RITTENHOUSEL@COSSASCHOOLS.ORG
Subject: Health Professions

I am very interested in using your case studies to engage my students more during class, rather than "lecture, test, lecture, test."

Kate Rittenhouse-Olson

Professor
Department of Biotechnical and Clinical Laboratory Sciences
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14214
krolson@buffalo.edu
Subject: Clinical Laboratory Science

I use case studies in my immunology course and in my tumor immunology course. I feel that case studies enhance long term memory of the subject.

Edda I. Rivera

High School Teacher
Science
John A Ferguson Senior High School
Miami, Florida 33185
Edda-Rivera@dadeschools.net
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I have been using these case studies in my class for the past four years. I use them in my honors class as an opener for a chapter or as a closing activity. My students enjoy the challenge of solving the case studies.

Julio C. Rivera, Jr.

Associate Professor and Chair
Department of Geography and Earth Science
Carthage College
Kenosha, Wisconsin 53140
julio@carthage.edu
Subject: Geography

Donald C. Rizzo

Professor of Biology
Biology Department
Marygrove College
Detroit, Michigan 48221
drizzo@marygrove.edu
Subject: Biology

I was introduced to the case method by colleagues. I will use it as an assignment to be discussed in class as one piece of my grading in addition to my regular exams. It engages students and encourages them to think critically and interdisciplinarily.

Gina Roberts

High School Teacher
Science / Biology
North Dallas High School
Dallas, Texas 75204
giroberts@dallasisd.org
Subject: Biology

I am interested in the case studies to expose my students to life outside of a book where they can hear cases and process them as an exercise in the nature of science, helping them to tie abstract topics together in a critical and relevant way.

John Robinson

High School Teacher
Science Department
Coppell High School
Coppell, Texas 75019
jrobinson@coppellisd.com
Subject: Physics

I am just getting started in PBL.

Saul Robles

High School Teacher
Science Department
Methodist High School
San Jose, Costa Rica
secundaria@metodista.ed.cr

Maryuri Roca

Teaching Professor of Chemistry
Chemistry Department
Skidmore College
Saratoga Springs, New York 12866
mroca@skidmore.edu

Eduardo Rocha J├║nior

Adjunct Professor
Department of Earth, Physics and Environment
Federal University of Bahia
Campos Universitário de Ondina, Salvador - BA, Brasil
eduardo.junior@ufba.br
Subject: Earth Sciences

Elizabeth Rochon

Associate Professor
Department of Speech-Language Pathology
University of Toronto
Toronto, Ontario Canada M5G 1V7
elizabeth.rochon@utoronto.ca
Subject: Communication Sciences

Allison Rodden

Middle School Teacher
Middle School Science
Kamehameha School Kapalama
Honolulu, Hawaii 96817
alrodden@ksbe.edu
Subject: Chemistry

I've tried a couple cases with high school and middle school kids and I enjoy the real world applications that case studies provide. I'm looking to modify cases for my 8th graders when possible.

Tammy Rodela

Science Teaching and Learning Fellow
Department of Zoology
University of British Columbia
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4
trodela@zoology.ubc.ca
Subject: Biology

Courses Taught: Comparative Endocrinology

Hugo Rodriguez

Assistant Professor
Biomedical Sciences and Health Professions
The University of Texas at Brownsville and Texas Southmost College
Brownsville, Texas 78520
hugo.rodriguez@utb.edu
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

We are now focusing on Problem-based Learning and I believe that case studies are essential for our purposes.

Jen Roe

High School Teacher
Science
Western School of Technology
Baltimore, Maryland 21228
jroe@bcps.org
Subject: Ecology / Environment

Keely Roen

Instructor
Department of Wildlife Technology
Penn State DuBois
Du Bois, Pennsylvania 15801
kat175@psu.edu
Subject: Ecology / Environment

William D. Rogers

Professor
Department of Biology
Ball State University
Muncie, Indiana 47306
wrogers@bsu.edu
Subject: Biology

Mary Anne Rokitka

Clinical Associate Professor of Physiology Emeritus
School of Medicine
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14214
pgyrokit@buffalo.edu
Subject: Anatomy/Physiology

Chris Romero

Professor
Biology
Front Range Community College/Larimer Campus
Fort Collins, Colorado 80526
chris.romero@frontrange.edu
Subject: Biology

I have been given some of these case studies by a colleague and would like to start using them in my general biology classes.

Troy Rook

High School Teacher
Science Department (Biology)
Harrison High School
Harrison, Arkansas 72601
trook@gobs.k12.ar.us
Subject: Biology

I am a new teacher. I have never used case studies, but I am very interested in using them.

Christian Root

High School Teacher
Science
Morgantown High School
Morgantown, West Virginia 26501
croot@access.k12.wv.us
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology

I would like to incorporate these case studies into my Advanced Human Anatomy class as a supplement to my teaching approach. I believe they would allow students to reinforce, analyze, and evaluate the material already covered in the course.

Astrid Rosario

Associate Professor
Division of Natural Sciences and Engineering
University of South Carolina Upstate
Spartanburg, South Carolina 29306
arosario@uscupstate.edu
Subject: Chemistry

I have no experience with case studies but am very interested in this method. I am currently teaching Chemistry and Society and I think this would be a wonderful addition to the course.

Glenda Kay Rose

High School Teacher
Science Department
Glenda Dawson High School
Pearland, Texas 77581
roseg@pearlandisd.org
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I am a first year AP Environmental Science Teacher looking for resources to raise the rigor of the course. I want to insure the success of my students on the end-of-year AP exam. I was given this link as a possible source.

Scott Rosecrans

High School Teacher
Science Department
Earl of March Secondary School
Kanata, Ontario K2K 2B6, Canada
scott.rosecrans@ocdsb.ca
Subject: Biology

I am interested in inquiry based and project based learning. I have yet to use case studies for my students, but I wish to explore how case studies are used to incite and deepen learning.

Martina Rosenberg

Assistant Professor
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87131
mrosenberg@salud.unm.edu
Subject: Science Education

I have used mini case studies in a neurobiology class for pre-med undergrads. Currently I am redesigning an intro biochemistry course, modeled after the flipped classroom approach. I believe that application is the key!

Deborah Rosenthal

Professor
Physical Science
Bakersfield College
Bakersfield CA 93308
deborah.rosenthal@bakersfieldcollege.edu
Subject: Chemistry

Courses Taught: Chemistry

Frank Rosenthal

Associate Professor
School of Health Sciences
Purdue University
West Lafayette, Indiana 47907
frank@purdue.edu
Subject: Environmental Health / Epidemiology

I am interested in case studies for use in teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in environmental health, occupational health public health, and epidemiology -- especially those involving complex ethical and societal problems.

Anne G. Rosenwald

Professor
Department of Biology
Georgetown University
Washington, DC 20057
rosenwaa@georgetown.edu

Cate Rosier

High School Teacher
ACT Dept of Education, Australia
Narrabundah College
Narabundah, ACT, 2604 Australia
cate.rosier@ed.act.edu.au
Subject: Ecology / Environment

I am interested in using the case studies as a teaching tool as they allow students to analyze and interpret data, make informed decisions, and own their work.

Katie Rosner

High School Teacher
Science
Emil Holt High School
Wentzville, Missouri 63385
katierosner@wentzville.k12.mo.us
Subject: Biology

We are supposed to be incorporating more "science reading" into our curriculum. Using case studies seems like a natural, logical and real-world way to do it.

Amanda Rothermal

High School Teacher
Science Department
Mesa Ridge High School
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80911
rothermala@gmail.com
Subject: Biology

Kathryn L. Rowberg

Associate Professor of Chemistry
Department of Chemistry and Physics
Purdue University - Calumet
Hammond, Indiana 46323
rowberg@calumet.purdue.edu
Subject: Chemistry

I use cases in both my major and non-majors environmental chemistry courses. They often incorporate societal issues (cost-benefit analysis, risk analysis, economic considerations, environmental racism, etc.) along with scientific data. The non-majors' cases are short cases that are completed in class. The majors' cases probe deeper into issues and science concepts, and require students to search for appropriate data and information.

Matthew P. Rowe

Professor
Department of Biology
University of Oklahoma
Norman, OK 73019
Matthew.Rowe-1@ou.edu
Subject: Biology / Zoology

Pritha G. Roy

Middle School Teacher
Chemistry
Merryhill School
Milpitas, California 95035
pritha.roy@nlcinc.com
Subject: Chemistry

I am interested in using the Avogadro Goes to Court case by Frank Dinan to teach the students. I like to teach the students in an interactive way. I am planning on celebrating the Mole Day this year.

Timothy G. Rozell

Professor
Animal Sciences and Industry
Kansas State University
Manhattan, Kansas 66506-0200
trozell@k-state.edu

Lisa Marie Rubin

Clinical Pharmacist
Formulary Management
VA Western New York Healthcare System
Buffalo, New York 14215
Lexpress1982@yahoo.com; Lisa.Rubin@va.gov
Subject: Pharmacy

I was introduced to the case method in an honors seminar taught by Dr. Herreid. The approach sustains students' attention much better than the lecture method. An important way of learning is listening to and interacting with others. Cases allow for this.

Lynne Ruetz

Elementary School Teacher
Science
Immaculate Conception Catholic School
Port Perry, Ontario, Canada
lynne.ruetz@dcdsb.ca
Subject: General Science Education

I learned about this at a workshop.

Nancu Ruggeri

Doctoral Candidate, Department of Curriculum & Instruction
Research Assistant, Department of Geoscience
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Madison, Wisconsin 53706
nruggeri@wisc.edu
Subject: Biology

I am interested in using case studies in both the lab and discussion settings of a large introductory biology course. Despite this challenge, I have found it to be effective in engaging students in difficult course material.

Michael I. Rule

Wildlife Biologist
National Wildlife Refuge System
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Cheney, Washington 99004
mike_rule@fws.gov

Christopher Rump

Associate Professor
Department of Applied Statistics and Operations Research
Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, Ohio 43403
cmrump@bgsu.edu
Subject: Statistics / Operations Research

Hannah L. Rusch

Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology
University of Minnesota
St. Paul, Minnesota 55108
rusch051@umn.edu

Alexandra Rush

Instructor
Psychology Department
Dover Business College
Clifton, New Jersey 07011
arush@dover.edu
Subject: Psychology

Allison Russo

Department of Biology
Villanova University
Villanova, Pennsylvania 19085

Lynne B. Ruth

High School Teacher
Science Department
Shelby-Rising City Public Schools
Shelby, Nebraska 68662
lruth@esu7.org
Subject: Biology

I teach a senior high level anatomy/physiology class and would like to enrich the experience for the students in the class.

Aimee Ryan

Associate Professor
Human Genetics
McGill University
aimee.ryan@mcgill.ca
Subject: Anatomy / Physiology / Developmental Genetics

I am creating material for a new upper level Human Genetics case-based course. I came across "Tazswana's Story" by S. Catherine Silver a few years ago at a Society for Developmental Biology (SDB) Annual Meeting and found it inspiring as a teaching method.

Michael E. Ryan

Director of University Accreditation
Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
University at Buffalo
Buffalo, New York 14260
meryan@buffalo.edu

Brian Rybarczyk

Director of Academic & Professional Development
Graduate School
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27599-3280
brybar@unc.edu
Subject: Biology

I have successfully used case studies in a general biology course for majors and non-majors. For an upper-level course on the molecular basis of disease, I am developing cases that will focus on how diseases are manifested at a genetic and cellular level.

Angela Ryter

High School Teacher
Science
South Saint Paul High School
South St. Paul, Minnesota 55075
aryter@sspps.org
Subject: Biology

My colleague introduced me to this site and I'm finding the use of case studies enhances the discussion my students have in class.