PhD Anthropology, Southern Methodist University, 2013
30 years in the pharmaceutical industry as a director of medical affairs/coordinator of clinical trials. Primary area of research: U.S. Biomedicine -- the role of clinical traditions in biomedical epistemological development.
Current position: Adjunct professor of anthropology, Lone Star College, Montgomery Campus.
Courses taught: Physical Anthropology; Cultural Anthropology; Introduction to Anthropology
Title of Dissertation: " Osler and the iPad: An Anthropological Examination of the Evolution of American Biomedical Epistemology from its Colonial Beginnings to its Technologically-Driven Present"
Entered program in 1994
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