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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


  • 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.

Hershey R, Way A. A preliminary understanding of healthcare needs in rural Jamaica. Keystone Journal of Undergraduate Research 4(1): 16-21 (2017).

George L, Way A. Experiencing rural Morocco through healthcare. Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences Volume 15. (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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