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I have been teaching anatomy for over 25 years at more than one University, and North Shore, L.I.J. Paramedic program with great results.
Teaching human Biology for 24 years.
I have been teaching physiology for over 25 years at multiple colleges including North Shore L.I.J. Paramedic program. I am still presently teaching this topic at Nassau Community College.