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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


Mar 30, 2022

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...

Mar 28, 2022

David Benedict has been teaching at Vista PEAK High School in Aurora, Colorado for seven years, and he’s taught the Biomedical Science Pathway for six years. David Benedict is certified to teach Principals of Biomedical Science, Human Body Systems and Biomedical Innovation courses as a part of Project Lead the Way.

Mar 24, 2022

This time on the Anatomy in Clay Learning System podcast, two guests from the National Anti-Vivisection Society.

Pam Osenkowski has been a Science Advisor for the National Anti-Vivisection Society since 2011 and is also a Science Advisor for their affiliate organization, the International Foundation for Ethical...

Mar 16, 2022

This time on the podcast, we have the audio from the webinar led by Tara Hamilton-Fay on March 15 — the timeless topic of Engaging College Students in Human Anatomy in Education. 

This webinar was presented in proud collaboration with the American Association for Anatomy.

Tara Hamilton-Fay, from the University of...

Mar 5, 2022

Danielle Doherty-Koch is a Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Biomedical Science and Honors Marine Science teacher at Crystal River High School in Crystal River, FL. After graduating from Florida Gulf Coast University with a degree in Marine Science, Danielle recognized the importance and power of education when spreading the...