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Talarico Protocol for Human Gross Anatomy

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          Ernest F. Talarico, Jr., serves in the appointments of Visiting Professor of Anatomy and Radiology, Medical Student Academic Adviser, and Research Adviser at Tan Tao University School of Medicine (Long An, Vietnam), Adjunct Professor of Anatomy and Anatomy Consultant (North Park University, Chicago, IL, USA), and Adjunct Professor of  Anatomy and Physiology (Purdue University Northwest, Hammond, IN, USA).  He is a founding member of the medical advisory board and founder of the Center for Medical Education and Research at the new Nam Can Tho University Hospital (Can Tho, Việt Nam), and the Director of the Southeast Asia Anatomy Project.  Dr. Talarico is a consultant and lead prosector for the Anatomical Gift Association of Illinois (Chicago, IL, USA), and senior research consultant in the Cardiovascular Research Laboratories, Methodist Hospital (Merrillville, IN, USA).  Dr. Talarico served as Associate Director of Medical Education, Course Director for Human Structure, and a member of the graduate faculty at the Indiana University School of Medicine (Indianapolis, IN, USA). Dr. Talarico serves as editor and referee for leading anatomy and medical journals. He created and served as director for the International Human Cadaver Prosection Program, which in 2008 received the award for most outstanding and innovative program in undergraduate and continuing medical education from the AAMC Central Group on Educational Affairs. He is creator of the “Talarico Protocol for Human Gross Anatomy” and is the 2008 recipient of the Partnership Matters Award from the Northwest Indiana Area Health Education Center. In recognition of his work and innovations in anatomical education, in October 2010, Dr. Talarico was inducted as a fellow into the Northwest Indiana Society of Innovators.

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