with Julie Stamm
About this Course: Would you like to learn about the human body? Are you interested in learning about how our anatomy relates to health, injury, and disease? In Human Anatomy (Kinesiology 328), students will learn about the anatomy of the human body with an emphasis on how our anatomy can influence our health and how our health can influence our anatomy. Students will be encouraged to think critically about how knowledge of anatomy could be used to inform about underlying health through the discussion of clinical correlations, including injuries to bones and ligaments and conditions such as stroke, heart disease, and types of cancer. While the course is a lecture format, each class will include interactive activities and discussion.The course will provide a strong foundation in anatomy for students interested in pursuing a career in a health-related field.
June 19 –
Meet Your Instructor
Julie Stamm, a native of Mosinee, Wisconsin, earned her undergraduate degree from UW-Madison’s Athletic Training program, which is housed in the Department of Kinesiology, in 2009. “The UW-Madison Athletic Training program was essential in putting me on a path that led me to where I am today,” says Stamm. “The classes I took and the clinical experiences I received really pushed me and led me to this intersection of anatomy and concussion research.” (source)