Basic Biomedical Sciences
Phone: (605) 677-5130
Assistant Professor, Basic Biomedical Sciences, Sanford School of Medicine; Director, Human Anatomical Laboratories, University of South Dakota
Human Anatomy, Histology, Embryology, Neuroanatomy
Gross Anatomical Variations in Human Cadavers, Skeletal Muscle Tissue Morphology
- MS, Kinesiology, University of Western Ontario, 2001
- Bachelor of Kinesiology, Kinesiology, McMaster University, 1999
- Ph D, Biological Sciences, Ohio University,
- Graduate Student Senate Original Work Grant Recipient, Ohio University. Grant Role: Principal. (2005 - 2005)
Citations listed below are presented in a standardized, modified format for display purposes only. They do not necessarily reflect the preferred style and conventions of the faculty member or discipline.
- Yuan, Sharleen, Mushitz, Natalie, and Inglis, Stuart. Pulmonary vein abnormalities into the human left atrium, 29-33. Vol. 2. Edorium Journal of Anatomy and Embryology, 2015.
- Inglis, Stuart. Pedagogical Perspectives: The Flipped Classroom Approach. PECOP, 2015.
- Mottola, Michelle F., Inglis, Stuart, Brun, Chantelle R., and Hammond, Joanne A.. Physiological and metabolic responses of late pregnant women to 40 min of steady-state exercise followed by an oral glucose tolerance perturbation., 597-604. Vol. 115, Iss. 5. Baltimore, MD: Journal of Applied Physiology, 2013. (DOI: 10.1152)
Awards and Honors:
- Recognition of Service, USD Dept. of Occupational Therapy, 2015
- Keynote Speaker: PT white coat ceremony, PT class of 2016, 2014
- Poster Prize (2nd place); Osteopathic Medicine Category, Ohio University Student Research Fair, 2005
- Poster Prize (1st place); Case Study, Ohio Osteopathic Medical Convention, 2003
- Graduate Teaching Excellence Award, University of Western Ontario, 2001
- Keith Leppmann Teaching Award, McMaster University, 1999
- Undergraduate TA Excellence Award (honourable mention), McMaster University, 1999
- Inglis, Stuart. Flipping the Classroom. Presented at the faculty development seminar, Rocky Vista University. (October 20, 2014)