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Anatomy in Clay® Learning System Podcast

The Anatomy in Clay® Learning System podcast includes interviews with anatomy students and anatomy teachers who are part of the Anatomy in Clay family far and wide. For more information visit


Dec 15, 2020

Kevin Dines attended Ball State University and graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Biology. After graduation, he started substitute teaching at Milan High School in Indiana as a long term substitute after that school's biology teacher fell ill.

When the teacher ultimately decided to retire, Kevin took over biology...

Dec 6, 2020

Mitch Fittro is the education and workforce manager for Central Colorado Area Health Education Center. Mitch has a bachelor's degree in psychology from Bowling Green State University in Ohio. He previously worked as a program director for before-and-after school programs in Jefferson County Schools (in Colorado) and...

Nov 20, 2020

Kathleen Beesley developed a love of horses beginning at age 8 in the United Kingdom, where she was born.

Beesley, who earned a degree in politics and German at the University of Kent, has taught English to children and adults in Barcelona and Portugal and later completed a Masters in Linguistics at the University of...

Nov 11, 2020

Courtney Molino founded Hands on Horses in 2004 to promote the overall wellness of companion and competitive animals.

A registered veterinary nurse, Courtney completed the equine rehabilitation program through the University of Tennessee and is trained in the skills necessary to design and implement a comprehensive...

Nov 6, 2020

Debranne Pattillo sees equine anatomy with the eyes of both a body worker and an artist.

Her teaching is infused with her basic delight in both the anatomical precision that excellent bodywork requires and the dynamic variation that teaching anatomy on horses often presents!

Debranne's book, Anatomy of Equine Bodywork;...