Mike Pascoe PhD
Mike is an Associate Professor of anatomy at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus.
Dr. Pascoe studied the neurophysiology of movement at the University of Colorado Boulder and defended his doctoral dissertation in 2010. He then joined the faculty at Anschutz in 2011 where he develops and delivers gross anatomy curricula to physical therapy, physician assistant, and medical doctor students.
His primary research interest is the investigation of constructivist approaches in technology-enabled learning environments (e.g., wiki usage, interactive modules, Snapchat, etc) to improve learning outcomes and student satisfaction. Of secondary interest is the determination of “need-to-know” anatomy content for physical therapy students.
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