Author’s Note

I would like to dedicate this section to all my undergraduate teaching assistants, past and present. Every semester, I pick the most gifted students from previous semesters to serve as teaching assistants. I appreciate your commitment, passion, and hard work, but most of all, the amazing times we have had together. Special thanks to Clint Hassell and Natalie Winter who have served as my teaching assistants for many semesters, and have been good friends ever since. You have always done more than what was expected, and have given so much of your time and effort to support students to really grow and surprise us.

Lead Author

Malgosia Wilk-Blaszczak, M.D., Ph.D. – Professor of Instruction, University of Texas at Arlington


Kevin A. Alford, B.S. – University of Texas at Arlington alumnus

Andrea Campo-Velez, B.S. – University of Texas at Arlington alumna

Victoria Dorch, B.S. – University of Texas at Arlington alumna

Additional Thanks to…

Michelle Reed and Thomas Perappadan of UTA Libraries for assisting in the publication of this resource.

Jodi Wiley, B.S, UTA alumna, for creating and formatting class handouts that became the foundation for this OER.

Bradford Dimos, UTA graduate student, and Collin Funkhouser, UTA alumnus, for class-testing the previous version of this resource.

About the Cover

Kyle Pinkos, UTA Libraries’ Marketing Coordinator, designed the cover for this OER. The images used are in the public domain. Featured images, from Ontleding Des Menschelyken Lichaams by Govard Bidloo, are available from the U.S. National Library of Medicine.


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