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Anatomy professor receives top teaching award

March 01, 2016

Dr. Mary Tracy-Bee, Anatomy professor, is the winner of the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society’s Thieme Excellence in Teaching Award for top Anatomy Professor in North America for 2016.

Dr. Mary Tracy-BeeTracy-Bee teaches anatomy to graduate level physician assistant and nurse anesthesia students in the Biology department of the College of Engineering & Science.  Her teaching portfolio also includes undergraduate pre-physician assistant and non-major students.

Tracy-Bee is the author of three anatomy texts and workbooks as well as e-books and numerous journal articles.

Her book titles include Foundations of Human Anatomy as well as Bare Bones: Advanced Human Anatomy and Human Anatomy: A Workbook Approach, both of which are in their third edition and used internationally.

Tracy-Bee’s research involves engaging students in interactive anatomy education and investigating age related changes in the morphology of common carotid artery.

The Thieme Excellence in Teaching Award will be presented at the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society Annual meeting in Atlanta, Georgia this May.

Congratulations, Dr. Tracy-Bee!
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