Undergraduate Courses Brown University, Providence, RI USA
Biological Design: Structural Architecture of Organisms (co-instructor, 2013) Undergraduate course introducing first-year, non-major, students to the principles of biomechanics and bio-inspired design.
Worked with faculty instructor to jointly design syllabus.
Designed new, interdisciplinary assignments and projects for students.
Created and presented lectures.
Comparative Biology of the Vertebrates (graduate teaching assistant, 2010) Undergraduate course for upper-level biology majors, presenting vertebrate evolution and comparative anatomy through lectures and dissection-based laboratories.
Led laboratory sessions and presented prosections, using skeletal and preserved speciments.
Contributed to creating lectures and exams, and leading review sessions.
Medical School Course Brown University, Providence, RI USA
Human Gross Anatomy (graduate teaching assistant, 2010-1013) Course for first-year medical students combining lectures and dissection-based cadaver laboratories
Wrote and delivered lectures and presented workshops on prosection materials.
Worked with teaching team to guide students through labs and design course materials.
Undergraduate Mentoring Brown University, Providence, RI USA
I co-advised the following undergraduate research and thesis projects:
"Kinematics of skeletal linkages during mouth expansion in fish" (2014-2015, research project for Biology concentration)
"Morphology and kinematics of lateral mouth expansion during fish suction feeding" (2012-2013, senior thesis for Marine Biology and Animation concentration)
"Measuring flow velocity during suction feeding with radio-opaque markers" (2011, research project for Physics concentration)