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Coloring Concepts - Edward Alcamo, Ph.D.

Edward Alcamo, Ph.D.

Edward Alcamo, Ph.D., was one of the two authors of the Microbiology Coloring Book. He was a Professor of Microbiology at State University of New York at Farmingdale, he taught medical microbiology to medical, premedical and allied health science students. Dr. Alcamo was the author of Fundamental of Microbiology, Aids: The Biological Basis, DNA Technology …

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Coloring Concepts - Marian Cleeves Diamond, Ph.D.

Marian Cleeves Diamond, Ph.D.

Marian Diamond (née Cleeves; November 11, 1926 – July 25, 2017) was a pioneering scientist and educator who is considered one of the founders of modern neuroscience. She and her team were the first to publish evidence that the brain can change with experience and improve with enrichment, what is now called neuroplasticity. Her research on the …

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Coloring Concepts - Ellyn Elson

Ellyn Elson, RD

Ellyn Elson, RD, is an author and a nationally recognized public speaker in the area of employee motivation, leadership, communication and management.  She has served on numerous national and state Boards of Directors and has received many industry awards including IFSEA’s Food Service Industry Award of Excellence, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Medallion Award, Jack …

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Coloring Concepts - Lawrence M. Elson, Ph.D.

Lawrence M. Elson, Ph.D.

Lawrence M. Elson, Ph.D. received his BA in Zoology/pre-med curriculum at the University of California at Berkeley and continued there to receive his Ph.D. in human anatomy.  Dr. Elson was an assistant professor of anatomy at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston (1968-72).   He lectured and taught dissection at the University of California School Of …

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Coloring Concepts - Robert D. Griffin, M.A.

Robert D. Griffin, M.A.

Robert D. Griffin, M.A. taught biology for over 30 years and served on the faculty of City College of San Francisco, where he taught biology courses. Previously he had extensive experience teaching in junior and senior high schools and in special science programs for gifted elementary school students. Mr. Griffin was a well-liked, gifted, and …

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Coloring Concepts - Tom Neisen

Tom Niesen, Ph.D.

Tom Niesen received his Ph.D. in biology from the University of Oregon in 1973, specializing in the ecology of marine invertebrates.  He has taught at San Francisco State University since 1973, where he is currently Professor of Marine Biology.  In addition to a career-long fascination with the ecology of the rocky intertidal zone, Dr. Niesen’s …

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Coloring Concepts - Arnold B. Scheibel, MD

Arnold B. Scheibel, MD

Arnold B. Scheibel, MD, (January 18, 1923 – April 3, 2017) was a Professor of Anatomy and Psychiatry at the University of California Medical School at Los Angeles and a member of the Brain Research Institute. Dr. Scheibel taught courses in neurosciences and psychiatry. He published numerous articles on his investigations into the parts of …

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Coloring Concepts - Paul G. Young

Paul G. Young

Paul G. Young, a biologist and botanist, has been a lecturer at the City College of San Francisco and botanist for the William Joseph McInnes Memorial Botanical Garden at Mills College, Oakland, California. His deep interest in botany is well reflected in his fine Botany Coloring Book.

Coloring Concepts - Adrienne Zihlman, Ph.D.

Adrienne Zihlman, Ph.D.

Adrienne Zihlman, Ph.D., Emerita Professor of Anthropology, University of California, Santa Cruz leads the field of anthropology through her perspective-shifting publications on the role of women in evolution and on the place of pygmy chimpanzees (Pan paniscus) as the best living model for our early ancestors. Through decades of primate anatomical research and study of …

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