Lynn Bostrom

Assistant Professor
Degrees
Ph.D.-Neuroscience, Brandeis University (2010); BA–Biology, DePauw University (1998)
Year Appointed
2016
Courses
Fall 2017
  • Human Anatomy
  • Human Anatomy Lab
Courses
Spring 2018
  • Advanced Human Anatomy

Biography

Dr. Bostrom began her career teaching in the field as a teaching assistant in physiology at Brandeis University, where she found it not only rewarding to help students grasp the intricacies of the human body, but also beneficial in preparing her for graduate work in neuroscience.

After completing her degree, she began teaching anatomy and physiology at the University of Cincinnati, Blue Ash campus. This then led to teaching anatomy and physiology at Sinclair Community College in Dayton and Cincinnati State in Middletown, Ohio.

Since 2013, Dr. Bostrom has had the pleasure of teaching the undergraduate anatomy and physiology courses at Marietta College. Wanting to expand her skillset to cadaver dissection, she audited the Physician Assistant gross anatomy class during the summer of 2014, and then acting as a TA for the class in the summer of 2015. Dr. Bostrom acted as an adjunct faculty member for the PA program’s Advanced Physiology class in the spring of 2016, before accepting a full-time position teaching for the PA program.