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Dr. Dale Ritter
The Spring semester of 2011 will mark 10 years that Dale Ritter has served as the course director for Human Anatomy, which is part of the first-semester curriculum in the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University. He is a member of the curriculum committee of the medical school, was a member of the working group that redesigned the pre-clinical curriculum in 2004, and is a faculty reader for applicants to the medical school’s Program in Liberal Medical Education (PLME). Dr. Ritter is part of a research team that is using a new imaging technique (XROMM) to study iguana rib movements during respiration: http://www.xromm.org/projects/iguana-breathing.
Dr. Ritter also teaches Anatomy in the popular online course, “So you want to be a doctor?”.
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