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Dr. Amy Way

44 Founders Hall, Clearfield Campus
(570) 484-3431 or (814) 768-3431

Courses Most Commonly Taught

  • HLTH 115 & HLTH 120 (Anatomy & Physiology I and II)
  • HLTH 225 (Comparative Healthcare)
  • HLTH 498 (Health Science Seminar)

Areas of Expertise

  • Physiology

Education

  • PhD in Physiology from Penn State University

Courses Developed

  • HLTH 108 (Medical Terminology for Health Professions)
  • HLTH 225 (Comparative Healthcare)
  • HLTH 498 (Health Science Seminar)

Programs Developed

  • Applied Health Studies Track in Health Science
  • International Service-Learning Program to Jamaica

Professional Publications

Way A, Bell J. Opportunities for collaboration, education and research: combining international service learning and research in the health sciences. Proceedings of the 2017 STEAM Education (Science, Technology, Education, Art and Math) Conference. https://huichawaii.org/2017-steam-education-science-technology-education-arts-and-math/

Hershey R, Way A. A preliminary understanding of healthcare needs in rural Jamaica. Keystone Journal of Undergraduate Research 4(1): 16-21 (2017). https://www.ship.edu/globalassets/keystone-journal/2016-04-hershey.pdf

George L, Way A. Experiencing rural Morocco through healthcare. Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences Volume 15. http://www.kon.org/urc/v15/george.html (2017).

Brehe J, Way AL. An endocrinology laboratory exercise demonstrating the effect of confinement stress on the immune system of mice. Advances in Physiology Education 32(2): 157-160 (2008).

Professional Presentations

2018: Human Anatomy and Physiology Society: “Small group classes in rural Jamaica: Lessons from a microbusiness”

2014: Human Anatomy and Physiology Society: “Those who can do: Teach! Recruiting the Next Generation of A&P Educators”

2012 Society for the Study of Reproduction: “Combining international service learning and reproductive biology: reproductive education to underserved populations”

2009 Society for the Study of Reproduction: “Using Quantum Dots and Flow Cytometry in an Attempt to Identify Adrenergic Receptors on Bovine Sperm”

2008 Society for the Study of Reproduction: “Evaluation of in vitro bovine sperm binding and fertilization after incubation with ouabain”

2008 Society for the Study of Reproduction: “A day devoted to the celebration of scholarship highlights student research”

Community/Professional Service

  • Human Anatomy & Physiology Grants and Scholarship Committee
  • DuBois Central Catholic School Board
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