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Karen Clark

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EDUCATION
National University of Health Sciences Chiropractic DC 2000
National University of Health Sciences Human Biology BS 1997
Michigan Technological University Clinical Laboratory Science BS 1996

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2012 - Present Assistant Professor, Science, College of Arts and Sciences,
2006 - 2007 Science Division Chair, Davenport University
2003 - 2006 Instructor, School of Health Professions, Davenport University
2002 - 2004 Adjunct Faculty, Health Sciences, Baker College
2000 - 2002 Ada Chiropractic, Owner and practicing

COURSES TAUGHT
BIOL 115 Anatomy & Physiology with Human Disease I
BIOL 116 Anatomy & Physiology with Human Disease II
BIOL 221 Anatomy & Physiology I
BIOL 221L Anatomy & Physiology I Lab
BIOL 222 Anatomy & Physiology II
BIOL 222L Anatomy & Physiology II Lab
BIOL 312 Pathophysiology
BIOL 621 Functional Human Anatomy I
BIOL 622 Functional Human Anatomy II

PRESENTATIONS
1. Clark, K.R. (2014) Are you Ready to Flip? Human Anatomy and Physiology National Annual Conference, Jacksonville, FL.
2. Harrel, L.A., Clark, K.R., VanderMolen J.A., (2013) Flipped Classroom for the Sciences. Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning, Detroit, MI.

AWARDS
Excellence in Teaching Award (2012) Davenport University

SELECT HONORS PROJECTS
Papers
Colonization of the Newborn Gut: A Review of how it is Effected by Mode of Delivery and Feeding Method
The association between Barrett’s esophagus and environmental or lifestyle conditions: A review.
Lab
The Effects of Distraction on Muscle Fatigue

STUDENT LIFE
Faculty Advisor. Students for Life. W.A. Lettinga Campus