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My early teaching experience was at Florida International University where I taught courses in the Department of Psychology for seven years as an assistant professor (1994-2001). There, I taught a wide range of courses ranging from introductory courses with enrollments of 300 students to upper-division undergraduate courses and graduate-level courses. FIU is the prototype of a diverse multicultural urban university, and I found the experience of teaching there to be exhilirating.

From 2002-2007, I took time off from teaching to retrain in neurobiology. During the summer of 2004, though, I couldn't pass up the opportunity to help teach the Neural Systems and Behavior course at the Marine Biological Laboratory.

In 2008 I returned to the classroom, teaching the Neurobiology Laboratory at the University of Texas from 2008 until 2011.

After moving to the University of Oklahoma in August 2011, I now teach the undergraduate/graduate class Introduction to Neurobiology for the OU Biology Department.


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