Gregory Smith

Gregory R.

Overview

Department: 
School of Science » Biology
SMC Email Address: 
Contact Information: 

Office
Brousseau Hall - 236

Contact:
Phone: 4448
Fax: 376-4027
Email: gsmith@stmarys-ca.edu
Mail: P.O. Box 4507

Education

  • M.S. Anatomy, California Polytechnic State University at San Luis Obispo, 1979
  • B.A. Zoology, University of California at Davis, 1977

Professional Experience

Teaching Experience:

  • Professor, Department of Biology - Saint Mary's College of California (1981 - Present)
  • Life Chiropractic College (1979 - 1985)

Professional Experience:

  • Consulting work - A.D.A.M. and Benjamin-Cummings Publishing Company

Courses Taught

Recently Taught:

  • BIOLOGY 15: Human Anatomy
  • BIOLOGY 16: Human Anatomy Laboratory
  • BIOLOGY 25: Human Physiology
  • BIOLOGY 26: Human Physiology Laboratory
  • BIOLOGY 7: Biological Anthropology

Service

College and Community Service:

  • Department Chair, Department of Biological Sciences
    (1995 - 1998)

Professional Organizations:

  • American Association of Clinical Anatomists (AACA)

Presentations

  • ADAM and Athletic Injuries, a Computerized Interactive Approach. Smith, Gregory
    Far West Athletic Trainers Association, San Diego, CA
    (1996)
  • The Use of A.D.A.M. in the Human Anatomy Laboratory Setting. Smith, Gregory
    Syllabus Conference, Sonoma State University
    (July 1995)
  • An Extreme Example of Pectus Excavatum in a Cadaveric Case: a Review of Pectus Excavatum. Smith, Gregory
    American Association of Clinical Anatomists Mayo Foundation, Rochester, Minnesota
    (July 1995)
  • Is L-glumate the Neurotransmitter for the White Bass Bipolar Cell?. Smith, Gregory
    Brother Alfred Brousseau Colloquim, Saint Mary's College
    (1993)
  • Is Three-Dimensional Visualization Necessary to Comprehend Anatomy. Smith, Gregory and Olson of Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY, Todd R.
    American Association of Clinical Anatomists University of Massachusetts, Medical School, Worcester, Massachusetts
    (June 1992)

Topic of Presentations

  • Multimedia applications in the science classroom. Smith, Gregory

Interests

Scholarly Interests: 

Interests

  • Research, Scholarly, Creative Interests
    • Consultant for A.D.A.M. (Animated Dissection of Anatomy for Medicine) software
    • Review of Pectus Excavatum - Anthropometric study of severe cadaveric case
    • Plastination of preserved human cadaveric tissue
    • Correlation between three dimensional visualization and gross anatomy comprehension.