Robert S. Crissman, Ph.D.
|Office: 120A Block Health Science Building|
|Fax: 419-383- 3008|
1967 B.S. Biology - Baldwin-Wallace College, Berea, OH
In the past my bench research has focused on bone development, fine structure of myocardial
infarction, elastic component of blood vessels and skin. My last research was in developmental
neurobiology for 14 years.
|Teaching Interest :|
In addition to teaching first year medical students gross, microscopic and developmental
anatomy in lectures and labs of the integrated courses of Molecular & Cellular Biology
(Block I), and Human Structure & Development (Block II), I facilitate in the problem-based
pathophysiology course throughout the year, participate in the Med START program for
incoming medical students during the summer and lecture in the graduate school course
of Molecular & cellular Biology.